A list of team publications. Please contact me for pre-print copies if not available below. The most up-to-date listing can be found on Google Scholar. Student contributions are in bold.
2017. Johnson, P.A., Models of direct editing of government spatial data: Challenges and constraints to the acceptance of contributed data. Cartography and Geographic Information Science. 44(2), 128-138.
2018. Minano, A., Johnson, P., and Wandel, J. How the Geoweb supports climate change adaptation in coastal communities in Nova Scotia. Geojournal.
2017. Johnson, P. A., Sieber, R., Scassa, T., Stephens, M., & Robinson, P. The Cost (s) of Geospatial Open Data. Transactions in GIS, 21(3), 434-445.
2017. Scott, D., Steiger, R., Rutty, M., Pons, M., Johnson, P. The differential futures of ski tourism in Ontario (Canada) under climate change: the limits of snowmaking adaptation. Current Issues in Tourism.
2017. Johnson, P.A., and Greene, S. Who are government open data infomediaries?: A preliminary scan and classification of Canadian open data users and products. Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA). 28(1), 9-18.
2017. Philpot, SL, Johnson, PA, Hipel, KW. Analysis of a brownfield management conflict in Canada. Hydrological Research Letters. 11(3), 141-148.
2017. Johnson, P.A., and Sieber, R.E. The Geoweb for community-based organizations: Tool development, implementation, and sustainability in an era of Google Maps. The Journal of Community Informatics 13(1).
2017. Rutty, M., Scott, D., Johnson, P.A., Jover, E., Pons, M., Steiger, R., & Vilella, M. Using ski industry response to climatic variability to assess climate change risk: An analogue study in eastern Canada. Tourism Management 58, 196-204.
2017. Johnson, P.A., Ricker, B.A., and Harrison, S. Volunteered Drone Imagery: Challenges and constraints to the development of an open shared imagery repository. Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences 2017.
2016. Harrison, S. and Johnson, P.A. Crowdsourcing the disaster management cycle. International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management. 8(4).
2016. Amelung, B., Student, J., Nicholls, S., Lamers, M., Baggio, R., Boavida-Portugal, I., Johnson, P.A., de Jong, E., Hofstede, G.J., Pons, M., Steiger, R., and Balbi, S. The value of agent-based modelling for assessing tourism-environment interactions in the Anthropocene. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 23, 46-53.
2016. Johnson, P.A., Nicholls, S., Student, J., Amelung, B., Baggio, R., Balbi, S., Boavida-Portugal, I., de Jong, E., Hofstede, G.J., Lamers, M., Pons, M., and Steiger, R. Easing the adoption of agent-based modelling (ABM) in tourism research. Current Issues in Tourism. 20(8), 801-808.
2016. Sieber, R. E., Robinson, P.J., Johnson, P.A., & Corbett, J.C. Doing Public Participation on the Geoweb. Annals of the Association of American Geographers.
2016. Chan, M., Johnson, P.A., and Shookner, M. Assessing the use of government open data and the role of data infomediaries. JeDEM – eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government 8(1), 1-27.
2016. Johnson, P.A. Reflecting on the success of open data: How municipal government evaluates their open data programs. International Journal of E-Planning Research 5(3), 1-12.
2016. Robinson, P.J. and Johnson, P.A. Civic Hackathons: New Terrain for Citizen-Local Government Interaction? Urban Planning 1(2), 65-74.
2016. Lu, Q. and Johnson, P.A. The use of volunteered geographic information in the public sector: A case study of 311 requests in Edmonton, Canada. Urban Planning 1(2), 18-31.
2016. Philpot, S., Hipel, K., and Johnson, P.A. Strategic analysis of a water rights conflict in the south western United States. Journal of Environmental Management 180, 247-256.
2015. Johnson, P. A.,Corbett, J., Gore, C., Robinson, P., Allen, P., & Sieber, R.E. A Web of Expectations: Evolving Relationships in Community Participatory Geoweb Projects. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies.
2015. Rutty, M., Scott, D., Johnson, P.A., Jover, E., Pons, M., & Steiger, R. Behavioural adaptation of skiers to climatic variability and change in Ontario, Canada. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 11, 13-21.
2015. Rutty, M., Scott, D., Johnson, P.A., Jover, E., Pons, M., & Steiger, R. The Geography of Skier Adaptation to Adverse Conditions in the Ontario Ski Market. The Canadian Geographer/Le Geographe Canadien. 59(4), 391-403.
2015. Sieber, R.E. & Johnson, P. A. Civic open data at a crossroads: Dominant models and current challenges. Government Information Quarterly (pre-print)
2015. Scott, D., Steiger, R., Rutty, M. & Johnson, P.A. The Future of the Olympic Winter Games in an Era of Climate Change. Current Issues in Tourism 18(10), 913-946.
2015. Rutty, M., Scott, D., Steiger, R., & Johnson, P.A. Weather risk management at the Olympic Winter Games. Current Issues in Tourism 18(10), 931-946.
2015. Eagles, P.F.J, Johnson, P.A., Potwarka, L., Parent, C. Travel Distance Classes for Tourism Destinations: A Proposal from Ontario Provincial Park Camping. Journal of Ecotourism. 14(1), 64-84.
2014. Johnson, P. A. & Robinson, P.J. Civic Hackathons: Innovation, Procurement, or Civic Engagement? Review of Policy Research 31(4), 349-357.
2014. Pons-Pons, M., Johnson, P. A., Rosas-Casals, M., & Jover, E. A georeferenced Agent Based Model to analyze the climate change impacts on ski tourism at a regional scale. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 28(12), 2474-2494.
2013. Ricker, B.A., Johnson, P.A., & Sieber, R.E. Tourism and environmental change in Barbados: gathering citizen perspectives with volunteered geographic information (VGI). The Journal of Sustainable Tourism 21(2), 212-228.
2012. Pons-Pons, M., Johnson, P. A., Rosas-Casals, M., Sureda, B. & Jover, E. Modeling climate change effects on winter ski tourism in Andorra. Climate Research 54(3), 197-207.
2012.Johnson, P. A.& Sieber, R. E. Increasing access to and use of geospatial data by municipal government and citizens: The process of ‘Geomatization’ in rural Quebec. Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) 24(2), 53-60.
2012. Beaudreau, P.,Johnson, P. A. & Sieber, R. E. Strategic choices in developing a Geospatial Web 2.0 application for rural economic development. Journal of Rural and Community Development. 7(3), 95-105.
2012. Johnson, P. A., & Sieber, R. E. Motivations driving government adoption of the Geoweb. GeoJournal. 77(5), 667-680.
2012. Johnson, P. A., Sieber, R.E., Ariwi, J., & Magnien, N., Mining the Web: User-generated content as a data source for tourism research. Current Issues in Tourism. 15(3), 293-299.
2011. Johnson, P. A., Belblidia, N., & Campbell, S. Creating open-access data for community development: Identifying vacant land parcels in Detroit, Michigan. Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA). 23(2), 33-37.
2011. Johnson, P. A., & Sieber, R. E. An agent-based approach to providing tourism planning support. Environment and Planning B. 38(3), 486-504.
2011. Johnson, P. A., & Sieber, R. E. Negotiating constraints to the adoption of agent-based modeling for tourism planning in Nova Scotia. Environment and Planning B. 38(2), 307-321.
2010. Johnson, P. A. Realizing rural community-based tourism development: prospects for social economy enterprises. Journal of Rural and Community Development. 5(1), 150-162.
2010. Johnson, P. A., & Sieber, R. E. An individual-based model of tourism dynamics. Tourism Analysis. 15(5), 517-530.
Peer-reviewed book chapters
2013. Johnson, P. A. & Sieber, R. E. Situating the adoption of VGI by government. In D. Sui, S. Elwood and M. Goodchild (Eds.), Crowdsourcing Geographic Knowledge: Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) in Theory and Practice. Berlin: Springer. 65-81.
2009. Johnson, P. A., & Sieber, R. E. Agent-based modeling: A dynamic scenario planning approach to tourism PSS. In S. Geertman & J. Stillwell (Eds.), Planning Support Systems: Best Practices and New Methods. Berlin: Springer. 211-226.