Publications

Traumatic Start to Ottawa War Bride Voyage, Anglo-Celtic Roots, British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa, Ottawa, Vol 22(3), Fall 2016
Confidence and the Genealogical Proof Standard, Anglo-Celtic Roots, British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa, Ottawa, Vol 22(1), Spring 2016

The Sovereign’s Sovereigns: A Royal Bounty for Triplets, Anglo-Celtic Roots, British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa, Ottawa, Vol 21(1), Spring 2015

Canada’s Early Great War Dead, Anglo-Celtic Roots, British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa, Ottawa, Vol 20(4), Winter 2014

An Indenture Saga, Anglo-Celtic Roots, British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa, Ottawa, Vol 19(2), Summer 2013  (with Bryan D. Cook, Bobby Kay, Anne Stirling and Glenn Wright).

Welsh Genealogy (Book Review), Internet Genealogy, Moorshead Magazines, Toronto, April/May 2013
Your Family History in Canadian and British Newspapers, Chinook, Alberta Family History Society, Calgary, April 2013
Are Your British Deceased Online?, Internet Genealogy, Moorshead Magazines, Toronto, Feb/Mar 2013

Atmosphere-Ocean@50, CMOS Bulletin SCMO, Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, 40(6), December 2012
History of the Meteorological Office (Book Review), CMOS Bulletin SCMO, Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, 40(5), October 2012
British Newspaper Archives, Internet Genealogy, Moorshead Magazines, Toronto, Apr/May 2012
Home Children to Canada: An Introduction,  Internet Genealogy, Moorshead Magazines, Toronto, Feb/Mar 2012

Cream of the Crop (column), Anglo-Celtic Roots, since 2011
Her Majesty’s Hospitality, Anglo-Celtic Roots, British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa, Fall 2011.
Canadians at War, 1914-1919, Book Review, Family Chronicle, Moorshead Magazines, Toronto,Jan/Feb 2011

Ottawa Roots of Governor-General David Johnston, Anglo-Celtic Roots, British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa, Winter 2010.
The New Frontier of Genetic Genealogy,
Family Chronicle, Moorshead Magazines, Toronto, Sept/Oct 2010
Ottawa Newspapers for Family History,
The Ottawa Genealogist, Ottawa Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society, Mar/Apr 2010

My First Genealogical Post-nominal, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Fall 2009
Newsworthy Genealogy: British Newspaper Archives, Internet Genealogy, Moorshead Magazines, Toronto, Oct/Nov 2009
Family Secrets Revealed By DNA Analysis, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Spring 2007
A Little Family History Research, Families, Ontario Genealogical Society, Toronto, August 2006
Missing a 1901 Ancestor? Your Family Tree, Future Publishing Ltd, Bath (UK), Christmas 2005
Following Great Uncle John, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Winter 2005
The Ottawa Sharpshooters: the story of the Company, and the men who served during the North West Rebellion, incorporating the diary of Capt. A. Hamlyn Todd, BIFHSGO, 2005
Researching the Ottawa Sharpshooters, with Caroline Herbert and Jamie Rimmer, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Fall 2004
The Ottawa Sharpshooters: Part 2 Frustration, Tragedy and Triumph”, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Winter 2003
The Ottawa Sharpshooters: Part 1 “To Action”, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Fall 2003
Mapping Surname Distributions from Census CDs, Family Chronicle, Moorshead Magazines, Toronto, Jan/Feb 2003
Britain’s Gift that Keeps on Giving, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Fall 2002
The National Burial Index for England and Wales, and Other Data CDs, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Winter 2002
Phillimore’s English Parish Records, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Summer 2001
The 1881 British Census and National Index CDs: for information and amusement, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Winter 2001
The 1900 Galveston Hurricane in Canada, CMOS Bulletin SCMO, Ottawa, December 2000
The 1881 British Census and National Index CDs, with Percy Bateson, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Winter 2000
Parish Records of The Anglican Diocese of Ottawa; with Fred Neil, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Fall 2000
Researching E. Stone Wiggins: Ottawa’s Weather Prophet; Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Summer 2000
Mr. Goad’s Marvelous Maps; Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Spring 2000, 31-32
Yesterday’s News – Today’s Tools – Tomorrow’s Tools; Family History News, 1st Quarter 2000, 16-17
Not Weather Wise, Much Other Wise: Wiggins of the Finance Department; CMOS Bulletin SCMO, June 1999, 74 – 77
Was Your Ancestor a Canadian Civil Servant? Family History News, 4th Quarter 1998, 17.
Protecting the Ozone Layer: 1998; Co-editor with P.G. LePrestre and E.T. Morehouse; Kluwer Academic Publishers, 232pp
The 1851 British Census for the Counties of Devon, Norfolk and Warwickshire, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Summer 1998
Weather Can Add Colour to Your Family History, Anglo-Celtic Roots, BIFHSGO, Winter 1997/98
Is Your Climate Changing?. Crucible, Science Teachers Association of Ontario, Toronto, March 1998
Changes in the Atmospheric Environment in Canada. Presentation to the Centennial Meeting of the Agricultural Institute of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, July 1995.
National Capital Freenet – A Community On-Line Resource with Meteorological and Environmental Information. (with A. Seaman and D. Sutherland). Proc. Third AMS Intl. Conf. on School and Popular Meteorological and Oceanographic Education, July 14-18, 1993. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 200 – 203
Canada’s Green Plan. Presentation to a Meeting on Global Change in the Americas. San Jose, Costa Rica, February 1993.
Case Study of Making the Green Choice Between Ozone Depleting and Greenhouse Warming Technologies. Presentation at the 27th Congress of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, Fredericton, New Brunswick, June 8 – 11, 1993
Global Environmental Implications of Fossil Fuels as an Energy Source. Proceedings of Coal Day at Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. December 7,1989, 63-73.
Transport of Toxic Chemicals in the Atmosphere (with M.E. Still and W. H. Schroeder). Presented at First Conf. on Toxic Substances, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 4-5, 1984, 16p
Experiments with a Markov Chain Dispersion Model Applied to Vertical Dispersion in the Surface Layer. Proc. NATO/CCMS Ninth Intl. Tech. Mtg. in Air Pollution Modelling and its Application, August 28-31, 1983, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Special Problems of Toxic and Flammable Heavy Gas Spills: An AES Perspective. Presentation to the Air Pollution Control Association (Ontario Section) Accidental Atmospheric Releases of Radionuclides Meeting, Minett, Ontario, September 11-13, 1983
Estimation of Long-Term Acidic Deposition over Snow and Snowmelt Shock Potential (with T.A. Agnew, E. Wilson, L.A. Barrie and D. Faulkner), Presentation to the Canadian Hydrology Symposium, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, June 14-15, 1982
An AES Modelling Study of Medium Range Transport of Hat Creek Power Plant Emissions and their Impacts (with T. Agnew and D. Faulkner). AQRB-82-001-M 1982, 55p
The Appropriate Choice of Sigmaz and u for Predicting Surface Concentration Using the Gaussian Model. Presented as the 1981 Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Annual Congress, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 10p
Testimony on Denser than Air Gas Releases and Rail Safety. Railway Transport Committee, Canadian Transport Commission, Hull, Quebec, Canada, June 22, 1981. File No. 50075-1, 4065-4088.
AQPAC: A Package of Programs for AES Regional Mini-Computers for Emergencies Use. Proc AES Workshop on Environmental Emergencies, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Dec 1-2 1981, 74 – 78
Heavy Gas Dispersion – A Canadian Perspective. Proc AES Workshop on Environmental Emergencies, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Dec 1-2 1981, 79 – 95.
Systemization of Gaussian Dispersion for Canada. Report on a Meeting 4-5 December 1979 at Downsview, Ontario, ARQB-80-004-L
Two Models of Long-Range Drift of Forest Pesticide Spray. (with R.S. Crabbe) Atmospheric Environment, (1980) 14, 1017 – 1025
Dispersion of Cloud Seeding Reagents. Precipitation Enhancement Project Report No. 14, World Meteorological Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, April 1980, 28p
An Air Quality Prediction Model Based on Taylor’s Diffusion by Continuous Movements: Part 4. Preliminary Investigation of Vertical Dispersion for Stable Stratification. Boundary Layer Research Division, Atmospheric Environment Service, Report ARQL – 6/79, 1979, 15p
Some Computations of Long-Distance Drift of Aerial Sprays. Atmospheric Environment Service Internal Report, ARQL 2/79, 1979, 31p
Markov Chain Simulations of Vertical Dispersion in the Neutral Surface Layer for Surface and Elevated Releases, Boundary Layer Meteorology, (1979) 16, 3-22
Modelling Drift of Forest Pesticide Spray Using the Monte Carlo Method, NATO/CCMS, October 1979
Non-Gaussian Air Quality Models. Proc AES Air Pollution Meteorology and Environmental Assessment Workshop, May 7-10, 1979, 259-274.
The Planetary Boundary Layer. World Meteorological Technical Note No. 165 (G.A. McBean, Editor) 1979 (contributor)
An Assessment of the Models LIRAQ and ADPIC for Application to the Alberta Oil Sands. Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Project Report, Project AS 4.2.3 1979 (with J.L. Walmsley, I.B Findleton and A.D. Christie), 95p
Observations and Numerical Modelling of Seeding Agent Delivery from Ground Based Generators to Orographic Cloud Base: Should We Seed from Ground Based Generators, Proc Seventh AMS Conf on Inadvertent and Planned Weather Modification, October 8-12, 1979, Banff, Alberta, Canada, p 59-60.
Studies of Pollutant Transport and Turbulent Diffusion over Rigged Mountainous Terrain near Climax, Colorado. Atmospheric Environment, (1979) 13, 23-28
An Air Quality Prediction Model Based on Taylor’s Diffusion by Continuous Movements: Part 2. Vertical Dispersion in the Neutral Surface Layer From a Surface Source. Boundary Layer Research Division, Atmospheric Environment Service, Report ARQL – 3/78, 1978, 20p
Lake Simcoe Experiment 1978: Albedo Measurements (with P.A. Taylor and R.E. Mickle) Boundary Layer Research Division, Atmospheric Environment Service, Report ARQL – 6/78, 1978, 17p (also published as a Research Note in the journal Atmosphere Ocean)
Verification of Ceiling and Visibility Forecasts Using the Ranked Probability Score, Atmosphere-Ocean, (1978), 16 (2) 177-186
An Air Quality Prediction Model Based on Taylor’s Diffusion by Continuous Movements: Part 3.
Vertical Dispersion in the Neutral Surface Layer From an Elevated Source. Boundary Layer Research Division, Atmospheric Environment Service, Report ARQL – 7/78, 1978, 15p
Synoptic Environment of the Lake Simcoe Experiment: 1977. Atmospheric Environment Service, Report ARQL 6/77, 19p
The Surface Energy Balance Equation in Mesoscale Modelling 1. The Ground Heat Flux for Dry Soil Conditions. Atmospheric Environment Service, Report ARQL 5/77, 22p
An Air Quality Prediction Model Based on Taylor’s Diffusion by Continuous Movements: Part 1.The Model. Boundary Layer Research Division, Atmospheric Environment Service, Report ARQL – 12/77, 1977, 14p
Surface Energy Budget Over a Frozen Lake During an Early Spring Warm Advection Situation (with R.E. Mickle) Report ARQL 13/77, 1977, 17p
Advances in Three-Dimensional Mesoscale Modelling in the Boundary Layer Research Division: 1976 (with J. L. Walmsley) Atmospheric Environment Service, Report ARQL – 76/4 59p
Dispersion in a Mountain Environment. Ph.D. Dissertation. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. 1976, 150p
Workshop for An Assessment of the Present and Potential Role of Weather Modification in Agricultural Production. (Lewis O. Grant and John D. Reid, compilers). Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA, Atmospheric Science Paper No. 236, 1975. 236 p
Predicting Nucleant Concentrations from Ground Based Generators. Proc. Fourth AMS Conf. on Weather Modification, Nov 18-21, 1974. Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, p. 447-453
Verification of Aviation Terminal Forecasts Using the Ranked Probability Score, Atmospheric Environment Service (AES) Technical Memorandum, TEC 777, 11 August 1972, 14p
Decorrelation Time of Weather Radar Signals. M.Sc Thesis. McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 1970, 70p
Decorrelation Time of Weather Radar Signals. Proc. Fourteenth American Meteorological Society (AMS) Radar Meteorology Conf, November 17-20, 1970, Tucson Arizona, USA, p 419-420