Mountain Legacy Publications
- Higgs, E.S., with G. Bartley, and A.C. Fisher. 2009. The Mountain Legacy Project. Second ed. pp. 80
MacLaren, I.S., M. Payne, P.J. Murphy, P. Reichwein, L. McDermott, C.J. Taylor, G. Zezulka-Mailloux, Z. Robinson, and E. S. Higgs. 2007.
Culturing Wilderness in Jasper National Park; Studies in Two Centuries of Human History in the Upper Athabasca River Watershed.
The University of Alberta Press. Edmonton, Alberta.
- MacLaren, I.S., with E.S. Higgs, and G. Zezulka-Mailloux. 2005. Mapper of Mountains; M.P. Bridgland in the Canadian Rockies, 1902-1930. The University of Alberta Press. Edmonton, Alberta.
Higgs, E.S. 2003. Nature by Design; People, Natural Process, and Ecological Restoration.The MIT Press. Cambridge, MA. 357 pp.
- Lisa Levesque. M.Sc. 2005. Investigating landscape change and ecological restoration [electronic resource] : an integrated approach using historical ecology and GIS in Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta.
- Jeanine Rhemtulla. M.Sc. 1999. Eighty years of change: the montane vegetation of Jasper National Park.
- Will Roush. M.Sc. 2009. A substantial upward shift of the alpine treeline ecotone in the southern Canadian Rocky Mountains
- Adrienne Shaw. M.Sc. 2009. Conservation and ecological restoration of Rocky Mountain subalpine meadows: vegetation responses to tree encroachment.
- Trudi Smith. M.A. 2004. Vantage points: scientific photography in Jasper National Park.
- Graham Watt-Gremm. M.Sc. 2007. Taking a good long look: disturbance, succession, landscape change and repeat photography in the upper Blakiston Valley, Waterton Lakes National Park.
- Jenaya Webb. M.A. 2003. Imaging and imagining: mapping, repeat photography, and ecological restoration in Jasper National Park.
Selected Peer Reviewed Publications
- Delaney, J. 2008. And Inconvenient Truth? Scientific Photography and Archival Ambivalence Archivaria. 65:75-95.
- Smith, T. 2007. Repeat Photography as a Method in Visual Anthropology. Visual Anthropology. 20(2):179–200.
- Rhemtulla, J.M., R.J. Hall, E.S. Higgs, and S.E. Macdonald. 2002. Eighty years of change; vegetation in the montane ecoregion of Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. Can. J. For. Res. 32: 2010–2021 (2002).
Reports and Publications Using Mountain Legacy Images