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Erythronium oregonum, north-western Beacon Hill Park, Victoria, British Columbia 21 April, 2004

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Anderson, Jill E, Robert Azzarello, Gavin Brown, Katie Hogan, Gordon Brent Ingram, Michael J. Morris & Joshua Stephens – hosted by Jamie Heckert. 2012. Queer ecology: A roundtable discussion. European Journal of Ecopsychology 3: 82 – 103.

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2011. Cruising on the Margins: Photographing The Changing Worlds of Outdoor Sex Between Males. An essay in Chad States. 2011. Cruising: Photographs by Chad States. New York: powerHouse Books. 79 – 87.

Ingram, G. B. 2009. False Creek dichotomies: Public art, marketing, and memory. PubliCity (Vancouver) 2 (The Art of Space issue): 13 – 15.

Ingram & Lindsay Upshaw. 2004. Setting goals and priorities for restoration strategies in the context of disparate historical interpretations: An example from the Garry oak and Douglas fir mosaic of Mount Maxwell, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Proceedings of the16th International Conference, Society for Ecological Restoration, Victoria, Canada. Victoria: Society for Ecological Restoration and the University of Victoria.

Ingram, G. B. 2002. Thinking like a dynamic mosaic: Towards a strategy for conserving northern Garry oak ecosystems * part 1. Menziesia (Journal of the British Columbia Native Plant Society). 7 (1): 8 – 11.

Ingram, G. B. 2002. Thinking like a dynamic mosaic: Conservation planning for the plant species at risk in northern Garry oak landscapes in BC, * part 2. Menziesia 7 (2): 8 – 12.

Ingram, G. B. 2000. Conservation of biological diversity as landscape architecture. in Workingpaper Landskabsøkologiske Skrifter. The Management of Biodiversity from a Landscape Ecological Perspective. Roskilde, Denmark: Roskilde University. 119 – 134.

Ingram, G. B. 2000. The implications of landscape ecology for conserving the biological diversity of northern Garry oak, Quercus garryana, ecosystems. in Workingpaper Landskabsøkologiske Skrifter. The Management of Biodiversity from a Landscape Ecological Perspective. Roskilde, Denmark: Roskilde University. 135 – 176.

Ingram, G. B. 2000. (On the beach): Practising queerscape architecture. in Practice Practise Praxis: Serial Repetition, Organizational Behaviour and Strategic Action in Architecture. Scott Sorli (ed.). Toronto: YYZ Books. 108 – 123.

Ingram, G. B. 1998. Spreading the word. An incomplete history of West Coast queer print media. Xtra West 132 (September 3, 1998): 13, 16.

Ingram, G. B. 1998. It’s a time warp: Commercial Drive has transformed from women’s places to lesbian feminist spaces to a queer neighbourhood. Xtra West 138 (November 26, 1998): 20 -21.

Ingram, G. B. 1998. The importance of public sex: Defending the homoerotics of everyday life in Vancouver. Xtra West (Vancouver) 127 (June 25, 1998): 16 – 17.

nominated Visa-Versa Award for Lesbian and Gay Journalism, 1998.

Ingram, G. B. 1998. Walking tour: It’s a time warp. Xtra West (Pride Planner special section) 129 (July 23, 1998): 17.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Vancouver as porn noir: Constructing the racialized & homophobic city. Border / Lines (Toronto) 45: 30 – 34.

Ingram, G. B. 1996. Design for plant conservation: Techniques for setting boundaries of nature reserves. Plant Talk (London) 7: 26 – 29.

Bombardier, Sylvain; Anne-Marie Bouthillette, Michael Carroll, Trolley Bus, Michael Hoeschen, Jeff Gibson, Michael Howell, Gordon Brent Ingram, Bryan Langlands, Ian Pringle, Kathleen Morrissey. 1995. queers in space vancouver manifesto. UnderCurrents: Critical environmental studies 7: 56 – 57.

Ingram, G. B. 1994. The ecology of a conflict. in Clayoquot & Dissent. R. Hatch and L. Maingon (editors). Vancouver, Ronsdale Press. pages 9 – 71. ISBN 0-921870-29-9.


·Boyce Richardson. Reviews. The Silencing of Clayoquot Sound. The Canadian Forum (Toronto) December 1994, 3 pp.

·Marni Norys, Marni. Chainsaws roar where protest failed. The Comox Valley Record December 16, 1994: 20A.

·Jill Thomas. 1995. Undercurrents 7: 49 – 50.

·Michael Allen Fox. 1995. Clayoquot and Dissent. Dalhousie Review (1995): 105 – 106.

Heywood, V., G. B. Ingram, J. Black and L. Olivier. 1993. Managing protected areas to conserve genetic resources. Report of Workshop IV.6 In Parks for Life. Report on the IVth World Congress on National Parks and Protected Areas. Gland, Switzerland, The World Conservation Union. 175 – 176.

Ingram, G. B. 1992. Landscape indicators for conservation of biological diversity: An example from Haida Gwaii, British Columbia. in Landscape Approaches to Wildlife and Ecosystem Management. G. B. Ingram and M. R. Moss (editors). Morin Heights, Québec, Polyscience. 99 – 134.

World Conservation Monitoring Centre. 1992. In situ conservation of crops and wild relatives of crops. in Global Biodiversity: Status of the Earth’s Living Resources. B. Groombridge (editor). London, Chapman and Hall. ISBN 0-412-47240-6. 544 – 549.

Ingram, G. B. 1992. Fragmentation: Towards an expanded of the vulnerability of forest habitats on islands. Proceedings of the symposium, In Harmony with Nature, International Conference on the Conservation of Tropical Biodiversity. Kheong, Y. S. and L. S. Win (editors). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Malayan Nature Society. 94 – 121.

Ingram, G. B. 1993. A diversity of islands: Ecological assessment for conservation planning in Maluku and Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. SEASPAN: The Northwest Regional Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies (Seattle) VI(3): 5.

Ingram, G. B. 1991. A world of sea and islands. Faces (Seattle) VII(IX): 12 – 16.

Ingram, G. B. 1986. Sahel survey documents plant genetic resources. Nature and Resources (Paris) XXII (1 & 2): 45 – 49.

Ingram, G. B. 1984. In situ conservation of plant genetic resources: The scientific and technical basis. Rome, FAO.

Ingram, G. B. 1983. Parks in the 21st Century. Not Man Apart (San Francisco). February / March 1983: 7.

Ingram, G. B. 1981. Protecting what’s left: Prospects for managing ecological reserves in British Columbia. Park News (Toronto) 17 (4): 10 – 13.

Daily newspapers

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2009. Lives Lived: Wilma Valeda Brochu Ingram. Globe and Mail (Toronto and Vancouver) (27 October, 2009): L6.