Peer-reviewed publications and theses
Ho-Tassone, E., Judge, A., Trant, A. J., and Courtenay, S. C. (2022). Collaborative watershed analysis: A ‘groupthink’ assessment of cumulative effects. Journal of Great Lakes Research.
Ho, E. (2021). Towards democratizing water quality monitoring processes for the lower Grand River and nearshore Lake Erie. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/17604. PhD dissertation.
Ho, E., Trant, A., Gray, M., and Courtenay, S. (2020). Comparison of freshwater monitoring approaches: strengths, opportunities, and recommendations. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, (2020) 192:614.
Ho, E. (2018). Criteria-based ranking (CBR): A comprehensive process for selecting and prioritizing monitoring indicators. MethodsX, 5: 1234-1329.
Ho, E., Eger, S., and Courtenay, S. (2018). Assessing current monitoring indicators and reporting for cumulative effects integration: A case study in Muskoka, Ontario, Canada. Ecological Indicators, 95: 862-876.
Ho, E., Clarke, A., and Dougherty, I. (2015). Youth-led social change: Topics, engagement types, organizational types, strategies, and impacts. Futures, 67: 52-62.
Ho, E. (2013). Mapping Youth-led Engagement: Impacts of Youth-led Engagement in English Canada over the Last 35 Years. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/7974. Masters thesis.
Ho, E. (2011). Conserving a species by accessing its host - Potential to expand the range of Simpsonaias ambigua into known Necturus maculosus habitats and range. Undergraduate thesis Part 2.
Ho, E. (2011). Monitoring mudpuppy behaviours in an artificial environment - Observations of mudpuppy denning activities and other behaviours. Undergraduate thesis Part 1.