Coming 2020 (Mitchell Press, Vancouver)
Martindale A., Armstrong CG. 2020. The vulnerability of archaeological logic in Aboriginal rights and title cases in Canada: theoretical and empirical implications. Collaborative Anthropologies. In Press.
Armstrong CG and Junqueira A. Historical ecology: Challenges and perspectives in a changing world. In Methods in historical ecology: Insights from Amazoniaedited by Odonne G and Molino J-F. Routledge, London. In Press..
Przelomska NAS, Armstrong CG, Kistler L.. 2020. Ancient plant DNA as a window into the cultural heritage and biodiversity of our food systems. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 25: Link Here
Armstrong CG, Anderson EN. 2020. Ecologies of the heart: People, land, and heritage management in the Pacific Northwest. In Archaeologies of the Heart, edited by Supernatant K, Lyons N, and Atalay S. pp. 39-58. Springer Press, ISBN 978-3-030-36350-5.
Stephens L . .Armstrong CG (8th author of 89). 2019. Archaeological assessment reveals Earth’s early transformation through land use. Science 365, 897-902. Link Here.
Armstrong CG. and Brown C. 2019. Frontiers are frontlines: An ethnobiology against ongoing colonialism. Journal of Ethnobiology 39(1): 14-31. Link Here.
Caron-Beaudoin É. and Armstrong CG. 2019. Community-based research partnerships: approaches to fill knowledge gaps in Indigenous public and environmental health. Journal of Ethnobiology 39(1): 50-64. Link Here.
Armstrong CG. 2018. Skookum root: Ethnobiology of Veretrum viride (Indian Hellebore) in the Pacific Northwest. Ethnobiology Letters 9(2):197-205. Link Here
Lepofsky D, Armstrong CG. 2018. Foraging new ground: Documenting ancient resource and environmental management in Canadian archaeology. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 42(1):57-73. Link Here
Armstrong CG, Dixon M, Turner NJ. 2018. Management and traditional production of beaked hazelnut (k'áp'xw-az', Corylus cornuta; Betulaceae) in British Columbia. Human Ecology 46(4):547-559. Link Here
Lepofsky D, Armstrong CG, Mathews D, Jackley J, Greening S, Carpenter J, Guernsey B, Turner NJ. 2017. Historical ecology of cultural keystone places of the Northwest Coast. American Anthropologist 119(3):448-463. Link Here.
Armstrong CG, Shoemaker AC et al. 2017. Anthropological contributions to historical ecology: 50 Questions, Infinite Prospects. PLOS ONE 12(2). Link Here
Lyons N, Ritchie M, Armstrong CG, Lepofsky D. 2016. A gift from the ancestors: The legacy of red elderberries in a Tsleil-Waututh plant processing area. The Midden 46 (3&4). Link Here
Armstrong CG, Veteto JR. 2015. Historical ecology and ethnobiology: Applied research for environmental conservation and social justice. Ethnobiology Letters 6(1). Link Here
PUBLICATIONS IN PROGRESS
Armstrong CG, Miller JED, McAlvay AC, Ritchie M, Lepofsky D. Ancient human land-use explains functional trait diversity in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Biogeography. Submitted.
McAlvay AC, Armstrong CG, Spalding P. Towards a united literature on traditional resource and environmental management in North America: Implications for resource sovereignty and human subsistence. Ecology and Society. Submitted.
Vamosi J, Armstrong CG, Bruneau A, Holy S, Zytaruk M. What is old is new again: Advances in historical-ecological approaches to accelerate assessment of endangered species. New Phytologist. In Review.
Turner NJ, Armstrong CG, Lepofsky D. “Adopting a root”: Indigenous Peoples’ influence on plant distributions in northwestern North America. In Prep.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS (REVIEWS, BOOK CHAPTERS, FIRST AUTHORED REPORTS)
Lepofsky D, Armstrong CG, Mathews D, and Greening S. 2019. Understanding the past for the future: Plants and First Nations’ land use and rights. In Indigenous Peoples’ Land Rights and the Roles of Ethnoecology and Ethnobotany: Strategies for Canada’s Future, edited by Turner NJ. In Press.
Armstrong CG. 2019. Book Review: Greg Mitman, Marco Armiero, Robert S. Emmett, editors. Future Remains: a Cabinet of Curiosities for the Anthropocene. Journal of Human Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10745-019-0050-2.
Armstrong CG, McAlvay AC. 2019. Introduction to Special Section on Action Ethnobiology. Journal of Ethnobiology 39(1):3-13. Link Here.
Sutherland-Wilson D, Spice A, Armstrong CG. 2019. Compliance archaeology fails Indigenous Peoples in British Columbia: An example from Unist'ot'en territory. The Midden 49(1):26-30.
Armstrong CG. 2018. Sts’ailes First Nation Perceptions of Climate Change and Baseline Metrics on the Harrison and Chehalis Rivers. Final report prepared for Sts’ailes First Nations, British Columbia.
Armstrong CG, Bolton D. 2018. Taking Stock: Wild Food Consumption in Kitselas First Nation. Report prepared for Kitselas Lands and Resources, and BC Marine Plan Partnership For the North Pacific Coast (MaPP).
Armstrong CG. 2017. Traditional plant use and conservation in Gitselasu (Tsm'syen) territories. Report prepared for Kitselas Lands and Natural Resources.
Armstrong CG. 2017. Soil Stratigraphy and the Adaawx: Changes to vegetation and forest cover an ancient village on the Kitsumkalum river. Final report prepared for Heritage Park Museum and Kitsumkalum First Nation
Armstrong CG. 2016. Forest Gardens of Sts’ailes: Ethnoecological Overview of Land-Use Legacies of Archaeological Sites on the Harrison River. Final Report Prepared for Sts’ailes First Nations, British Columbia.
Armstrong CG. 2016. Gitsegukla Traditional Health Plan: Tam Giist Ethnobotany and Mapping Program. Final Report prepared for Gitsegukla Health Office, Gitsegukla First Nations, British Columbia.
Armstrong CG. 2016. The Cultural Landscape of Dałk Gyilakyaw (Robin Town): Archaeological and Ethnobiological Overview. Interim Report prepared for Kitsumkalum First Nations.
Armstrong CG, Rabnett K. 2015. Luutkudziiwus Madii Lii Territory Assessment of Cultural Heritage & Archaeological Values: Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project. Report Prepared for House Luutkuudziiwus, Hazelton, British Columbia.
ORIGINAL ONLINE CONTRIBUTIONS
Armstrong, CG. 2015. Advent Botany: Sgan T'sek (Corylus cornuta, Hazelnut). Culham Research Group, edited by Allistair Culham. Link Here