Ian Burton

2017
Oliver-Smith, A., Alcántara-Ayala, I., Burton, I., & Lavell, A. (2017). The social construction of disaster risk: Seeking root causes. 469-474.

2016
Magnan, A. K., Schipper, E. L. F., Burkett, M., Bharwani, S., Burton, I., Eriksen, S., ... & Ziervogel, G. (2016). Addressing the risk of maladaptation to climate change. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 7(5), 646-665.

Oliver-Smith, A., Alcántara-Ayala, I., Burton, I., & Lavell, A. M. (2016). Forensic investigations of disasters (FORIN): a conceptual framework and guide to research (IRDR FORIN Publication No. 2). Integrated research on disaster risk, Beijing.

2015
Dickinson, T., & Burton, I. (2015). The Disaster Epidemic: Research, Diagnosis, and Prescriptions. In Risk Governance (pp. 185-200). Springer Netherlands.

Burton, I. (2015). The forensic investigation of root causes and the post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction.

2014
Denton, F., Wilbanks, T. J., Abeysinghe, A. C., Burton, I., Gao, Q., Lemos, M. C., ... & Warner, K. (2014). Climate-resilient pathways: adaptation, mitigation, and sustainable development. Climate change, 1101-1131.


Dickinson, T. and I. Burton. 2014. Palliative Climate Change Planning and its Consequences for Youth. In James Elder (ed), The Challenges of Climate Change: Children in the front line, Innocenti Insight, UNICEF Office of Research, Florence.


Burton, I. (2014). Practical adaptation. Applied Studies in Climate Adaptation, 381-385.


​Lead Author. Burton, I. 2014. Climate-resilient pathways: adaptation, mitigation, and sustainable development. Chapter 20 in Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. Release Date: 2014


2013
Brooks, N., Anderson, S., Burton, I., Fisher, S., Rai, N., & Tellam, I. (2013). An operational framework for tracking adaptation and measuring development (TAMD).


Ebi, K. L., & Burton, I. (2013, October). Dangerous anthropogenic climate change from the perspective of adaptation. In Climate Change: International Law and Global Governance (pp. 713-738). Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG.

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Smith, J., T. Dickinson, J. Donahue, I. Burton, E. Haites, R. Klein, and A. Patwardhan. 2013. Development and Climate Change Adaptation Funding: Coordination and Integration. In International Climate Finance (E. Haites, ed.). Routledge, New York, pp. 54-71. 


2012
Eiser, J. R., Bostrom, A., Burton, I., Johnston, D. M., McClure, J., Paton, D., ... & White, M. P. (2012). Risk interpretation and action: A conceptual framework for responses to natural hazards. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 1, 5-16.

Coordinating Lead Author. Burton, I. 2012. IPCC Chapter 7. Managing the risks: international level and integration across scales. In: Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation. A Special Report of Working Groups I and II of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, and New York, NY, USA, pp. 393-435. .

2011
Dickinson, T., and I., Burton. 2011. Climate Change Adaptation in Canada: A Multi-Level Mosaic. In: Climate Change Adaptation in Developed Nations, J.D. Ford and L. Berrang Ford (Eds), June 2011. Springer, Berlin, Germany.

Smith, J., T. Dickinson, T., Donahue, J., Burton, I., Klein, R., and A., Patwardhan. 2011. Development and climate change adaptation funding: coordination and integration. Climate Policy, 11:3 987-1000. 


Fankhauser, S., and I. Burton. "Spending adaptation money wisely". Climate Policy. 11 (2011)  pp. 1037-1049

Burton, I. (2011). Adaptation to climate change: context, status, and prospects. In Climate Change Adaptation in Developed Nations (pp. 477-483). Springer, Dordrecht.

Bizikova, L, Burton, I, Crawfort-Boettcher, E., and T. Dickinson. 2011. Chapter 2. Reviewing Experiences from Managing Atmospheric Pollution to Help Facilitate Responses to Climate Change in Environmental Pollution and its Relation to Climate Change. A. El Nemr (Eds), National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Alexandria, Egypt.

Brooks, N., Anderson, S., Ayers, J., Burton, I. and Tellam, I. (2011). Tracking adaptation and measuring development. IIED Climate Change Working Paper No. 1, November 2011

2009
Linnerooth-Bayer, J., Koko Warner, Christoph Bals, Peter Hoppe, Ian Burton, Thomas Loster, and Armin Haas, "Insurance, Developing Countries, and Climate Change" in Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance. Special Issue on Climate Change and Insurance. Vol 34, issue 3. July 2009.

Burton, I. (2009). Adapting to Climate Change in Ontario: Towards the Design and Implementation of a Strategy and Action Plan. Prepared jointly with expert panel on climate change adaptation, Government of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario   

Burton, I. (2009). Vulnerable Countries and People: How Disaster Risk Reduction and Insurance can Help Manage the Risks of Climate Change.  Policy Brief prepared jointly with Koko Warner and others from the Munich Climate Insurance Initiative and published by United Nations University (UNU-EHS), Bonn, Germany

Burton, I. and T. Dickinson (2009). Exploring the Potential for Public-Private Insurance to Help the World’s Poor to Adapt and Thrive as the Climate Changes. Chapter-12 in ‘Climate Change and Global Poverty : A Billion Lives in the Balance?’ 2009 eds. A Brookings Blum Roundtable Project. Page 207-220. 

E. Lisa, F. Schipper and I. Burton (eds.) (2009). The Earthscan Reader on Adaptation to Climate Change. Earthscan, London, Sterling, VA  

2008
Burton, I. (2008). Moving Forward on Adaptation; in From Impacts to Adaptation: Canada in a Changing Climate 2007, edited by D.S. Lemmen, F.J.Warren, J. Lacroix and E. Bush; Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON, p. x-x.

Ebi, K.L., and Burton, I. (2008). Identifying practical adaptation options: an approach to address climate change related health risks, Environmental Science and Policy, In Press. 

Van Aalst, M.K., Cannon, T., and I., Burton. (2008). Community level adaptation to climate change: The potential role of participatory community risk assessment Global Environmental Change 18: 1, 165-179.


Burton, I. (2008). Beyond borders: the need for strategic global adaptation. Sustainable Development Opinion Policy Brief. December. International Institute for Environment and Development, London. Available via http://pubs. iied. org/pdfs/17046IIED. pdf, 263-284.

Bizikova, L., Neale, T. L., & Burton, I. (2008). Canadian communities' guidebook for adaptation to climate change: Including an approach to generate mitigation co-benefits in the context of sustainable development. Adaptation and Impacts Research Division, Environment Canada.


Gary, Y., Burton, I., Huq, S., & Rosegrant, M. W. (2008). Reducing Poverty and Hunger in Asia-Climate Change in the Context of Asia: Pro-Poor Adaptation. Risk Management and Mitigation Strategies, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington DC, USA.


Burton, I. (2008). Beyond borders: the need for strategic global adaptation. Sustainable Development Opinion Policy Brief. December. International Institute for Environment and Development, London. 


Burton, I. (2008). Gilbert White: progress in geography. Progress in Human Geography, 32(3), 448-450.


2007
Burton, I. (2007). Review of "Living with Nature's Extremes: The Life of Gilbert Fowler White" by Robert E. Hinshaw, Johnson Books, Boulder, Colorado 2006. Review published in the Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 97:4, 820-823.

Burton, I., and E. Ligeti Eds.  (2007).  “Cities preparing for Climate Change: A study of six urban regions.”  Toronto: Clean Air Partnership.    

Burton, I., Bizikova, L., Dickinson, T., and Y., Howard.  (2007). Integrating adaptation into policy: upscaling evidence from local to global, Climate Policy 7, 371-376.

Burton, I., Dickinson, T., and Y. Howard. (2007). Upscaling adaptation studies to inform policy at the global level. No.2 GWSP Report Series: Issues in Global Water System Research.

Yohe, G., Burton, I., Huq, S., & Rosegrant, M. W. (2007). Pro-Poor Adaptation, Risk Management, and Mitigation Strategies.

2006
Burton, I. (2006).  “Adapt and Thrive: Options for reducing the Climate-Change Adaptation Deficit.”  Policy Options 27:1, 33-38. 

Burton, I., Smith, J. B., Ebi, K. L., & Scheraga, J. (2006). Lessons learned and insights for adaptation policy. Chapter 15 in Integration of public health with adaptation to climate change: Lessons learned and new directions, 282.

Burton, I., Diringer, E., and J. Smith.  (2006). “Adaptation to Climate Change: International Policy Options.”  Prepared for the Pew Center on Global Climate Change.  Arlington, VA: Pew Center.

 Ebi, K.L., Smith, J., Burton, I., Scheraga, J. (2006). Some lessons learned from public health on the process of adaptation. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 11:3, 607-620.

Yamin, F., Smith, J., and I. Burton 2006.  “Perspectives on ‘Dangerous Anthropogenic Interference’; or How to Operationalize Article 2 of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.”  Chapter 10 in H.J. Schellnhuber, W. Cramer, N. Nakicenovic, T. Wigley, and G. Yohe Eds., Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change.  New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 81-91.

Klein, R. J. T., Alam, M., Burton, I., Dougherty, W. W., Ebi, K. L., Fernandes, M., ... & Swartz, C. (2006). Application of environmentally sound technologies for adaptation to climate change. Technical Paper FCCC. TP/2006/2, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Secretariat, Bonn, Germany.

Burton, I. 2006. A Bottom-up Accounting Approach to the Costs of Adaptation A Note to the OECD GFSD on the Economic Benefits of Climate Change Policies Produced for the Global Forum on Sustainable Development on the Economic Benefits of Climate Change Policies 6-7 July 2006, Paris, France Session 4: Risk Management.

Burton, I. (2006). Climate change insurance. Tiempo: a Bulletin on Climate and Development, No. 58, page 26


 2005

Burton, I., & Lim, B. (2005). Achieving adequate adaptation in agriculture. Climatic change, 70(1-2), 191-200.

Mirza, M., and I. Burton (2005).  “Using the Adaptation Policy Framework to Assess Climate Risks and Response Measures in South Asia: The Case of Floods and Droughts in Bangladesh and India.”  In M. Mirza, and Q. Ahmad, Eds., Climate Change and Water Resources in South Asia.  Leiden: Balkema Publishers.

Pielke Jr., R.A., Agrawala, S., Bouwer, L.M., Burton, I., Changnon, S., Glantz, M.H., Hooke, W.H., and McCarthy, J.J. (2005). Clarifying the attribution of recent disaster losses: A response to Epstein and McCarthy. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 86:10, 1481-1484.

Ebi, K.L., Smith, J.B., and I. Burton (eds.) (2005).  Integration of Public Health with Adaptation to Climate Change.  London, UK: Taylor & Francis. 

Lim, B., Spanger-Siegfried, E., Burton, I., Malone, M., and Huq, S. (2005).  Adaptation Policy Frameworks for Climate Change: Developing Strategies, Policies and Measures.  A Project by the UNDP and GEF.  New York: Cambridge University Press.

Burton, I. (2005). Adapt and thrive: options for reducing the climate change adaptation deficit. Policy Options, 27.


Burton, I. (2005). Moving forward on adaptation: a big Challenger and many opportunities. In session workshop on adaptation. Bonn(Vol. 12).

Haque, C. E., & Burton, I. (2005). Adaptation options strategies for hazards and vulnerability mitigation: an international perspective. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 10(3), 335-353

2004

Burton, I. (2004).  “Climate Change and the Adaptation Deficit.”  In Fenech, A., MacIver, D., Auld, H., Bing Rong, R., and Y. Yin Eds., Building the Adaptive Capacity.  Toronto, ON: Meteorological Service of Canada, Environment Canada.  Also, Adaptation and Impacts Research Group Occasional Paper No. 1.  Toronto, ON: Meteorological Service of Canada, Environment Canada.

Burton, I., and M. van Aalst. (2004).  “Look Before You Leap: A risk management approach for incorporating climate change adaptation into World Bank operations.”  Environment Department Papers No. 100, Climate Change Series.  Washington, D.C.: The World Bank. 

Etkin, D., Haque, E., Bellisario, L., and I. Burton. (2004).  “An Assessment of Natural Hazards and Disasters in Canada: A Report for Decision-Makers and Practitioners.”  Publication prepared for the Canadian Natural Hazards Assessment Project.  Canada: Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada and Environment Canada.   


Burton, I., & van Aalst, M. (2004). Vulnerability and adaptation in Bank work: progress and prospects. An Adaptation Mosaic: A Sample of the Emerging World Bank Work in Climate Change Adaptation, 41-52.

Burton, I., & May, E. (2004). The adaptation deficit in water resource management. IDS bulletin, 35(3), 31-37.

2003
Bergkamp, G., Orlando, B., and I. Burton (2003).  Change: Adaptation of water resources management to climate change.  Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK: IUCN.

Burton, I. (2003).  “Do we have the adaptive capacity to develop and use the adaptive capacity to adapt?”  In Smith, J., Klein, R., and S. Huq (Eds.), Climate change, adaptive capacity, and development.  London: Imperial College Press, pp. 137-161.


Dore, M. H., & Burton, I. (2003). Environmental degradation and remediation: Is economics part of the problem?. Environmental monitoring and assessment, 86(1-2), 47-61.​

Burton, I., Soussan, J., and A. Hammill (2003).  “Livelihoods and Climate Change: Combining disaster risk reduction, natural resource management and climate change adaptation in a new approach to the reduction of vulnerability and poverty.”  A Conceptual Framework Paper prepared by the Task Force on Climate Change, Vulnerable Communities, and Adaptation.  Winnipeg, MB: International Institute for Sustainable Development 

2002

Burton, I., Huq, S., Lim, B., Pilifosova, O, and E.L. Schipper (2002).  “From impacts assessment to adaptation priorities: The shaping of adaptation policy.” Climate Policy 2: 145-159.

Burton, I. and M. van Aalst (2002).  “The Last Straw – Integrating Natural Disaster Mitigation with Environmental Management.” Washington DC: The World Bank. 59 pp.

Soussan, J. and I. Burton (2002). Adapt and Thrive: Combining Adaptation to Climate Change, Disaster Mitigation, and Natural Resources Management in a New Approach to the Reduction of Vulnerability and Poverty,” UNDP Expert Group Meeting, Integrating Disaster Reduction with Adaptation to Climate Change, Havana, 17-19 June 2002, pp. 28-44.

Newton, J., & Burton, I. (2002). An exploration of potential directions for climate change policy in northern Canada. Northern Review, (24).


2001
White, G.F., Kates, R.W., and I. Burton (2001).  “Knowing better and losing even more: The use of knowledge in hazards management.” Environmental Hazards: Human and Policy Dimensions, 3(3-4): 81-92.

Burton, I. (2001).  “The intergovernmental panel on natural disasters (IPND).” Environmental Hazard: Human and Policy Dimensions 3(3-4): 81-92.

Smit, B., Pilifosova, O., Burton, I., Challenger, B., Huq, S., Klein, R., et al. (2001).  “Chapter 18: Adaptation to Climate Change in the Context of Sustainable Development and Equity.” In J. McCarthy, O. Canziani, N. Leary, D. Dokken, and K. White (Eds.), IPCC Third Assessment Report, Working Group II, Climate Change 2001: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability.  Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Dore, M. and I. Burton (2001).  “The Costs of Adaptation to Climate Change in Canada: A Stratified Estimate by Sectors and Regions.” Report prepared under the Canadian Climate Change Action Fund.

Kumar, A., Burton, I., and D. Etkin (2001).  “Managing Flood Hazard and Risk: Report of an Independent Expert Panel.” Report prepared for Emergency Preparedness Canada and Environment Canada.

Burton, I. (2001). The intergovernmental panel on natural disasters (IPND). Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards, 3(3), 139-1

2000

Apuuli, B., Wright, J., Elias, C., and I. Burton (2000).  “Reconciling National and Global Priorities in Adaptation to Climate Change: An Illustration from Uganda.” Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 61(1): 145-159.

Bruce, J. Burton, I., Martin, H., Mills, B., and L. Mortsch (2000).  “Water Sector: Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change.” Final Report prepared by Global Change Strategies International Inc. and Atmospheric Environment Service, Environment Canada.

Burton, I. (2000).  “Adaptation to Climate Change: Advancing the Agenda for Collective Global Benefit.” Bridges: Between Trade and Sustainable Development 4(8): 9-12.

Burton, I. (2000). “Adaptation to Climate Change and Variability in the Context of Sustainable Development.” In Luis Gomez-Echeverri (ed.), Climate Change and Development.  New Haven: Yale University Press.

Burton, I. (2000). Adaptation to climate change and variability in the context of sustainable development. Climate Change and Development, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies & UNDP: New Haven and New York.

Burton, I. (2000).  “What are adaptation needs and how can they be met?” Paper #14 in Pichs, R., Swart, R., Leary, N., and Ormond, F. (Eds.), Development, Equity and Sustainability in the Context of Climate Change: Proceedings of the Second IPCC Regional Meeting on DES.  Meeting in Havana, Cuba, 23-25 February 2000.  Published in Switzerland: IPCC.

Burton, I. (2000).  “Book Review of Disaster by Design: a reassessment of natural hazards.”  Environment and Planning 32(4): 755-758.

Burton, I., Bruce, J., Crabbé, P., Eyles, J., Krewski, D., and W. Leiss (2000).  “Development of a Health Canada Policy Framework for the Management of Global Climate Change Issues.”  Report prepared for Health Canada, 122 pp.

Burton, I. (2000).  “The Second Generation of Impact Studies: A Modest Proposal.”  In N. Mimura (Ed.), Climate Change Impacts and Responses: Proceedings of the Conference on National Assessment Results of Climate Change.  Conference in San Jose, Costa Rica, 25-28 March 1998.  Published in Japan: Japan Environment Agency and Overseas Environmental Cooperation Centre.

Dore, M., and I. Burton (2000).  “The Costs of Adaptation to Climate Change: a Critical Review.”  Report prepared under the Canadian Climate Change Action Fund.

Smit, B., Burton, I., Klein, R.J.T., and J. Wandel (2000)  “An Anatomy of Adaptation to Climate Change and Variability.” Climatic Change Vol. 45, No. 1, 223-251.

Apuuli, B., Wright, J., Elias, C., & Burton, I. (2000). Reconciling national and global priorities in adaptation to climate change: with an illustration from Uganda. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 61(1), 145-159.

Etkin, D., Kumar, A., and Burton, I. (2000) . Assessment of the Flood Hazard and Mitigative Measures in Canada: Report of an Independent Expert Panel. Government of Canada Report, 30pp.

1999
Bein, P., Burton, I., Chiotti, Q., Demeritt, D., Dore, M., Rothman, D., and M. Vandierendonck (1999).  “Costing Climate Change in Canada: Impacts and Adaptation.” Prepared for IPCC Expert Meeting on Costing of Mitigation and Adaptation, Tokyo, June 1999.

Bruce, J. P., Burton, I., & Egener, M. (1999). Disaster mitigation and preparedness in a changing climate. Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction, Research Paper, (2).

Bruce, J. P., Burton, I., Egener, I.D.M., and J. Thelen (1999).  “Municipal Risk Assessment: Investigation of the Potential Municipal Impacts and Adaptation Measures Envisioned as a Result of Climate Change.”  Report prepared for The National Secretariat on Climate Change Municipalities Table.  Ottawa: GCSI - Global Change Strategies International Inc.

Burton, I. (1999).  “From Mitigation to Adaptation: The Coming of Transformation of the Climate Change Issue.” In R.E. Munn (Ed.), Emerging Environmental Issues in Ontario. Environmental Monograph No. 15, Report of a May 14, 1999 Workshop.  Toronto: University of Toronto, Institute for Environmental Studies.

Burton, I., Kerry, M., Kalhok, S., and M. Vandierendonck (1999).  “Report from the Adaptation Learning Experiment.” Report Prepared for Environment Canada and Emergency Preparedness Canada.

Burton, I. and M. Van Aalst (1999). “Come Hell or High Water - Integrating Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation into Bank Work.”  Washington, DC: The World Bank, 60 pp.

Burton, I.,  Etkin, D., and D. Lauterbach (1999).  “Disasters and Development: El Niño Pleads Not Guilty: A Report on the Impacts of El Niño in 1997/98 and the Implications for Disaster Management.”  Report prepared for the Disaster Management Programme, United Nations Development Programme, Geneva.

Burton, I., Crabbé, P., Eyles, J., Krewski, D., and W. Leiss (1999). “Developing a Science based Risk Management Framework for the National Implementation Strategy on Climate Change.”  Report prepared for Health Canada, 46 pp.

Herbert, D., and I. Burton (1999).  “Climate Change.”  In Alexander, D., and Fairbridge, R. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Environmental Science.  Hingham, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 81-82.

Kerry, M, Kelk, G., Etkin, D., Burton, I., and S. Kalhok (1999).  “Glazed Over: Canada Copes with the Ice Storm of 1998.” Environment 41(1): 6-11, 28-33.

Smit, B., Burton, I., Klein, R., and R. Street (1999).  “The Science of Adaptation: A Framework for Assessment.”  Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 4(3-4): 199-213.

Bein, P., Burton, I., Chiotti, Q., Demeritt, D., Dore, M., Rothman, D., & Vandierendonck, M. (1999, June). Costing Climate Change in Canada: Impacts and Adaptation. In Tokyo, Japan: Prepared for Expert Meeting on Costing of Mitigation and Adaptation.

Bruce, J. P., Burton, I. D., Egener, M., & Thelen, J. (1999). Municipal Risks Assessment: Investigation of the Potential Municipal Impacts and Adaptation Measures Envisioned as a Result of Climate Change. The National Secretariat on Climate Change Municipalities Table. Global Change Strategies International Inc.

Kerry, M., Kelk, G., Etkin, D., Burton, I., & Kalhok, S. (1999). Glazed over: Canada copes with the ice storm of 1998. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 41(1), 6-11.

Burton, I. (1999). Emerging Environmental Issues in Ontario. Environmental Monograph No. 15. Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Toronto

Burton, I., Kerry, M., Kalhok, S. and Vandierendonck, M. (1999). Report from the Adaptation LearningExperiment. Environment Canada and Emergency Preparedness Canada, Toronto, 78 p
 
1998
Apuuli, B., Wright, J., Elias, C., and I. Burton (1998).  “Reconciling National and Global Priorities in Adaptation to Climate Change:  An Illustration from Uganda.”  Prepared for the IPCC Workshop ‘Adaptation to Climate Variability and Change’, San Jose, Costa Rica. March/April 1998.

Bruce, J.P., Burton, I., and I.D.M. Egener (1998).  “Disaster Mitigation and Preparedness in a Changing Climate.”  Prepared for Emergency Preparedness Canada, Environment Canada, and the Insurance Bureau of Canada.  Ottawa: GCSI - Global Change Strategies International Inc.

Burton, I. (1998).  “Adapting to Climate Change in the Context of National Economic Planning and Development.” In P. Veit (Ed.),  Africa’s Valuable Assets: A Reader in Natural Resource Management.  Washington, D.C.: World Resources Institute, pp. 195-222.

Burton, I. (1998).  “We Can, Must and Will Adapt.”  In L.D. Mortsch, S. Quon, L. Craig, B. Mills and B. Wrenn (Eds.), Adapting to Climate Change and Variability in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin.  Proceedings of a Binational Symposium, Toronto, ON, May 13-15, 1997. Pp. 78-86.

Burton, I., Feenstra, J., Smith, J., and R. Tol (1998)  “Getting Started”, pp. 1-3-1-12 in J. Feenstra, I. Burton, J. Smith, and R. Tol (Eds.), Handbook on Methods for Climate Change Impact Assessment and Adaptation Strategies. Institute for Environment Studies (IVM), Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and United Nations Environment Programme, Nairobi.

Burton, I., Smith, J. and S. Lenhart (1998)  “Adaptation to Climate Change:  Theory and Assessment”, pp. 5-1-5-23 in J. Feenstra, I. Burton, J. Smith, R. Tol (Eds.), Handbook on Methods for Climate Change Impact Assessment and Adaptation Strategies. Institute for Environment Studies (IVM), Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and United Nations Environment Programme, Nairobi.


Burton, I. (1998).  “Climate Adaptation Policies for Canada” Policy Options Vol. 19, No.4, 6-10.

Burton, I. (1998).  “Adaptation to Climate Change:  Compliance and Other Issues.”  Paper presented to the National Round Table on Environment and Economy, Ottawa, March 1998.  Downsview, ON: Environmental Adaptation Research Group.  Aussi disponible en francais.

Feenstra, J., Burton, I., Smith, J., and R. Tol (eds.) (1998).  Handbook on Methods for Climate Change Impact Assessment and Adaptation Strategies.  Institute for Environment Studies (IVM), Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, and United Nations Environment Programme, Nairobi

Rothman, D.S., Demeritt, D., Chiotti, Q., and I. Burton (1998).  “Costing Climate Change:  The Economics of Adaptations and Residual Impacts for Canada.”  In Nicola Mayer (Ed.), The Canada Country Study: Climate Impacts and Adaptation, Volume VIII, National Cross Cutting Issues.  Ottawa: Environment Canada.

1997
Smith, J. B., S. E. Ragland, R. S. Raucher, Hagler Bailly Services, Inc., and I. Burton. 1997. Assessment Adaptation to Climate Change: Benefit-Cost Analysis. Prepared for Global Environment Facility.


Burton, I. (1997). Vulnerability and adaptive response in the context of climate and climate change. Climatic Change, 36(1), 185-196.


Burton, I., & Shepherd, M. (1997). Atmospheric Resource Management. Applied Climatology: Principles and Practice, 51.      

Burton, I., 1998. Climate Adaptation Policies for Canada Policy Options, 19(4), 6-10.

Smith, J. B., S. E. Ragland, R. S. Raucher, Hagler Bailly Services, Inc., and I. Burton. 1997. Assessment Adaptation to Climate Change: Benefit-Cost Analysis. Prepared for Global Environment Facility.

Rothman, D.S., D. Demeritt, Q. Chiotti, and I. Burton, 1998: Costing climate change: the economics of adaptations and residual impacts for Canada. Canada Country Study: Climate Impacts and Adaptation, 8, 1-29.   

Burton, I., 1998. We Can, Must and Will Adapt, Adapting to Climate Change and Variability in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin, Mortsch, L.D., Quon, S., Craig, L., Mills B., and Wrenn B., eds. Proceedings of a Binational Symposium. May 13-15, 1997, Toronto, Ontario. Environmental Adaptation Research Group, Waterloo, pp. 78-86

Koshida, G., Burton, I., Cohen, S., Cuthbert, D., Mayer, N., Mills, B., Mortsch, L., Slivitzky, M. and Smith, J. 1997.“Climate Change: Practising Adaptive Management for Sustainability of Canadian Water Resources”. In Practising Sustainable Water Management: Canadian and International Experiences Edited by: Mitchell, B. and Shrub-sole, D. 75–98. Cambridge, ON: (Canadian Water Resources Association)

1996
Burton, I., 1996. Atmospheric Hazards. Encyclopedia of Climate and Weather. Stephen H. Schneider ed. Simon and Schuster, New York.

Burton, I., 1996. The Evolution of Adaptation in Response to Climate Change. Proceedings of 14th International Congress of Biometeorology, September 1996, Ljubljanan, Slovenia, pp. 44- 52.

Burton, I. 1996. “The Growth of Adaptive Capacity: Practice and Policy.” In Adapting to Climate Change: An International Perspective. New York: Springer-Verlag, pp. 55-67

1995

Herbert, D. and Burton, I.: 1995, Estimated Costs of Adaptation to Canada's Current Climate and Trends Under Climate Change, unpublished paper.

Burton, I. (1995). Adaptation to climate change and variability: an approach through empirical research. Climate change impact assessment and adaptation option evaluation: Chinese and Canadian Perspectives. Beijing Review.

Burton, I., 1995. Towards a Law of the Atmosphere: The Integration of Atmospheric Science and Policy. Paper presented at the Atmospheric Hazards Process, Awareness and Response Workshop September 20-22, 1995, Brisbane Australia

Burton, I., 1995. The Atmosphere as a Resource. Climate Variability and Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation. Proceedings of the Regional Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, September 11-15, 1995, Ivana Nemeová ed

Burton, I., 1995. What is Adaptation Policy for Climate Change. Climate Variability and Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation. Proceedings of the Regional Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, September 11-15, 1995, Ivana Nemeová ed.

Burton, I., 1995. Natural Environmental Hazards. Environmental Science and Engineering, Heinke G.W., and Henry G., eds, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice Hall, Second edition, 1995, pp. 85-110.


1994

Burton, I. (1994). Legal briefing by your stratospheric court reporter. In Ecodecision  (No. 12, pp. 69-71). Canada. The Royal Society of Canada.

Burton, I. (1994). Deconstructing adaptation... and reconstructing. Delta, 5(1), 14-15.

Herbert, D. and Burton, I. (1994). Estimated Costs of Adaptation to Canada's Current Climate and Trends Under Climate Change. Environment Canada, Environmental Adaptation Research Group, Downsview, ON,19 pp
 
1993

Burton, I., Kates, R. W., and White, G. F.: 1993: The Environment as Hazard, The Guilford Press, New York, pp. 1–30.

Burton, I., 1993. Climate Change and World Food Security. Paper presented to the Conference on Climate Change and World Food Society, NATO Advanced Research Workshop and Oxford Environment conference. University of Oxford, July 11-16, 1993


 
1992
Burton, I. (1992) Evolving with Complexity: a perspective on Canadian Environmental Policy in 1991.  Th Annual Review of Canadian Studies. Vol 12: 74-89


Burton, I., Herbert, D., 1992. A Canadian Perspective on Climate Change. Global Climate Change: Implications, Challenges and Mitigation Measures. Majumdar, S.K., Kalkstein, L.S., Yarnel, B., Miller, E.W., and Rosenfeld, L.M., eds. Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Easton Pennsylvania. pp. 529-528.

Burton, I., 1992. Regions and Resilience: An Essay on Global Warming. The Regions and Global Warming: Impacts and Response Strategies. Schmandt, J., and Clarkson, J., eds. Oxford University Press, New York pp. 257-274.

Burton, I., & Cohen, S. J. (1992). Adapting to global warming: regional options. In International Conference on Impacts of Climatic Variations and Sustainable Development in Semi-Arid Regions (ICID).

Burton, I. (1992). Adapt and thrive. Research and Service in Climate Adaptation. Canadian Climate Centre unpublished manuscript, Downsview, Ontario.

Mortsch, L., & Burton, I. (1992). Climate Change in the Great Lakes Basin: Impacts, Research Priorities and Policy Issues. CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE GREAT LAKES BASIN, 17.

1991

Burton, I. (1991). Climate change and the dinosaurs of today (No. WU/G--CE04174).”natu

1990

Burton, I. (1990). Factors in urban stress. J. Soc. & Soc. Welfare, 17, 79.

1989

Burton, I. (1989). Natural environmental hazards. Environmental Science and Engineering, 86-113.

Burton, I., & Timmerman, P. (1989). Human dimensions of global change-a review of responsibilities and opportunities. International Social Science Journal, 41(3), 297-313.

Burton, I. (1989). The General Agreement on the Global Environment. Development, (9), 213.

1988
 

1987

Burton, I. (1987). Report on reports: Our common future: The world commission on environment and development. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 29(5), 25-29.

1986

Kates, R.W., and I. Burton (eds.) (1986).  Geography, Resources and Environment: Vol. I – Selected Writings of Gilbert F. White; Vol. II - Themes from the Work of Gilbert F. White.  Chicago:  The University of Chicago Press.

Kates, R. W., & Burton, I. (1986). Geography, Resources and Environment. Vol. 2: Themes from the Work of Gilbert F. White.

Kates, R. W., Burton, I., & White, G. F. (1986). Geography, resources, and environment: Selected writings of Gilbert F. White. University of Chicago Press.

Burton, I., & Kates, R. W. (1986). 13 The Great Climacteric, 1798-2048: The Transition to a Just and Sustainable Human Environment. Geography, Resources and Environment, Volume 2: Themes from the Work of Gilbert F. White, 2, 339.

1985

Burton, I. (1985). Urbanization and development.
 
Burton, Ian, Philip Byer, J. E. Dooley, Christian Dufournaud, Peter Duinker, Paul Emond, AP Lino Grima et al. Department of Political Science, University of Toronto." Environmental impact assessment: the Canadian experience 5 (1985): 197.

1984

Burton, I., & Pushchak, R. (1984). The status and prospects of risk assessment. Geoforum, 15(3), 463-475.

1983

White, R. R., White, R., & BURTON, I. A. (Eds.). (1983). Approaches to the study of the environmental implications of contemporary urbanization (Vol. 22). United Nations Educational.

Burton, I., Wilson,  J., & Munn, R. E. (1983). Environmental impact assessment: national approaches and international needs. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 3(2), 133-150.

Pushchak, R., & Burton, I. (1983). Risk and prior compensation in siting low-level nuclear waste facilities: Dealing with the NIMBY syndrome. Plan Canada, 23(3), 68-79.

Burton, I. (1983). The vulnerability of cities. Approaches to the study of the environmental implications of contemporary urbanization, 111-117.

Burton, I. (1983). Vulnerability and resilience in the evolution of cities: a methodological framework and research plan. Toronto: Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Toronto.
 
1982

Whyte, A. V., & Burton, I. (1982). Perception of risk in Canada. Living with risk. Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Toronto.

Burton, I., McCullough, R. S., University of Toronto. Institute for Environmental Studies, & Fowle, C. D. (1982). Living with risk: environmental risk management in Canada. Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Toronto.

1981

Burton, I., Victor, P., Whyte, A., Kliman, M., Powell, D., Schmidt, L., ... & Wojick, J. (1981). The Mississauga Evacuation. In Final report. Ontario. Ministry of the Solicitor General.

Burton, I., Kates, R. W., & White, G. F. (1981). The future of hazard research: A reply to William I. Torry. The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 25(2), 286-289.

1980

Burton, I., and A. Whyte (eds.) (1980).  Environmental Risk Assessment.  SCOPE Report 15.  Chichester:  John Wiley.

1979

Burton, I. (1979). Policy directions for rural water supply in developing countries.

Burton, I. (1979). Social and behavioural responses to climatic change and variability: The role of perception and information. In Workshop on Environmental and Societal Consequences of CO2-induced Climate Change.

1978
 
Burton, I., Kates, R. W., & White, G. F. (1978). The Environment as Hazard. New York: Oxford University Press. 

Burton, I., & Whyte, A. V. (1978). Environmental Risk Management. Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE), 14.

Jackson, E. L., & Burton, I. (1978). The process of human adjustment to earthquake risk. The assessment and mitigation of earthquake risk, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Paris.

1977

Whyte, A., & Burton, I. (1977). Water Supply and Community Choice. Feachem, R,: McGarry. M. and Mara, D.(eds.)(1977). Water, 113-129.

Burton, I. (1977, January). Safe Water for All. In Natural Resources Forum (Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 95-110). Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

1976

1975

1974

Burton, I., & Hewitt, K. (1974). Ecological dimensions of environmental hazards. In Human ecology.

Burton, I. (1974). Domestic water supplies for rural peoples in the developing countries: the hope of technology. Human rights in health.

Visvader, H., & Burton, I. (1974). Natural hazards and hazard policy in Canada and the United States. Natural Hazards: Local, National, Global, 219-31.

Burton, I., & Lee, T. R. (1974). Water supply and economic development: the scale and timing of investment. Metropolitan growth.

Burton, I., Kates, R. W., & Kirkby, A. (1974). Interdisciplinary Environmental Approaches, Theory by Discipline: Geography. Natural Resources Journal, 14.

1973

Auliciems, A., & Burton, I. (1973). Trends in smoke concentrations before and after the Clean Air Act of 1956. Atmospheric Environment (1967), 7(11), 1063-1070.

Lowenthal, D., Burton, I., Cooley, R., & Mikesell, M. (1973). Report of the AAG task force on environmental quality. The Professional Geographer, 25(1), 39-47.

1972

Burton, I. (1972). Cultural and personality variables in the perception of natural hazards.


1971
Burton, I., and K. Hewitt (1971). The Hazardousness of a Place: A Regional Ecology of Damaging Events. Toronto: University of Toronto, Department of Geography.

Sewell, W. D., & Burton, I. (Eds.). (1971). Perceptions and attitudes in resources management: selected proceedings (No. 2). Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources, Policy Research and Coordination Branch.

1970
Auliciems, A., & Burton, I. (1970). Perception and awareness of air pollution in Toronto. Natural Hazard Research.

Golant, S., & Burton, I. (1970). A semantic differential experiment in the interpretation and grouping of environmental hazards. Geographical Analysis, 2(2), 120-134.

1969
Burton, I., Kates, R. W., & Snead, R. E. (1969). The Human Ecology of Coastal Flood Hazard in Megalopolis. Thornhwaite (CW) Associates Elmer NJ Lab of Climatology.

Barker, M., & Burton, I. (1969). Differential response to stress in natural and social environments: An application of a modified Rosenzweig picture-frustration test. University of Toronto, Natural Hazard Research.

Golant, S. M., & Burton, I. (1969). Avoidance-response to the risk environment. Department of Geography, University of Toronto.

Golant, S. M., & Burton, I. (1969). The meaning of a hazard-application of the semantic differential. Natural Hazard Research.
 
1968
Burton, I., Kates, R. W., & White, G. F. (1968). The human ecology of extreme geophysical events.

Burton, I. (1968). The quality of the environment: a review. Geographical Review, 472-481.

Burton, I. (1968). Future Environments of North America (being the record of a Conference Convened by the Conservation Foundation in April, 1965, at Airlie House, Warrenton, Virginia).

Burton, Ian. "Environmental Perception and Behavior." (1968): 549-552.

1967
Auliciems, A., & Burton, I. (1973). Trends in smoke concentrations before and after the Clean Air Act of 1956. Atmospheric Environment (1967), 7(11), 1063-1070.

SEWELL, D., & BURTON, I. (1967). Recent innovations in resource development policy. The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 11(4), 327-340.

1966

1965
Burton, I., and R.W. Kates (eds.) (1965).  Readings in Resource Management and Conservation. Chicago:  University of Chicago Press.

Burton, I., Kates, R.W., Mather, J.R., and R. E. Snead (1965).  The Shores of Megalopolis: Coastal Occupance and Human Adjustment to Flood Hazard.  Publications in Climatology, SVIII. 3.  Elmer, N. J.:  C.W. Thornthwaite Associates Laboratory of Climatology.

Burton, I. (1965). Flood-damage reduction in Canada. Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Geographical Branch.

Bengal, W., & Organisation, C. M. P. (1965). Regional Planning for West Bengal: A Statement of Needs, Prospects and Strategy. West Bengal, Calcutta Metropolitan Planning Organisation.

1964
Burton, I. and Kates, R. W.: 1964, ‘The Perception of Natural Hazards in Resource Management’, Natural Resources Journal III (3), 412–441.

 Burton, I., & Kates, R. W. (1964). The floodplain and the seashore: a comparative analysis of hazard-zone occupance. Geographical review, 54(3), 366-385.

Burton, I., & Kates, R. W. (1964). Canadian Resources and American Requirements. The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science/Revue canadienne d'Economique et de Science politique, 30(2), 265-269.

1963
Burton, I. (1963). The quantitative revolution and theoretical geography. The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien, 7(4), 151-162.


​Burton, I. & Kates, R. 1962.  Correspondence in Science on Human Water Needs and Water Use in America. Science Vol 139 No 3539. March 15, 1963. Pp 1105-1107. 

1962
Burton, I. (1962). Types of agricultural occupance of flood plains in the United States. University of Chicago. Department of Geography. Chicago Illinois.
 
Burton, I. 1962. Reviews of Flood Plain Studies. Plan Canada, vol. 3, no. 2, Sept. pp.103-105.

Burton, I. 1962. (with Gilbert F. White). "Changes in Occupancy of Flood Plains"; in Proceedings of the Fourth Regional Technical Conference on Water Resources Development, Bangkok, p. 155. United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East, Flood Control Series no. 19. 1962.

1961
Burton, I. (1961). Education in the human use of flood plains. Journal of Geography, 60(8), 362-371.

Burton, I. (1961). Some aspects of flood loss reduction in England and Wales. GF White et al., Papers on Flood Problems, University of Chicago, Department of Geography Research Paper, (70), 1061.

Burton, I. (1961). Invasion and escape on the Little Calumet. Papers on flood problems, 84-92.

1960
 
1959
Burton, I. (1959). Retail trade in a dispersed city. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, 52, 145-50.Type your paragraph here.