Parlee, B. and Caine, K. ads. (2017) When the Caribou do Not Come: Indigenous Knowledge and Adaptive Management in the Western Arctic. Vancouver: UBC Press.
Wheeler, H. C., Berteaux, D., Furgal, C., Parlee, B., Yoccoz, N. G., & Grémillet, D. (2016). Stakeholder perspectives on triage in wildlife monitoring in a rapidly changing Arctic. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 4, 128.
Chiu, A., Goddard, E., & Parlee, B. (2016). Caribou consumption in northern Canadian communities. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A, 79(16-17), 762-797.
Parlee, B. and Wray, K. (2016). Gender and the Social Dimensions of Changing Caribou Populations in the Western Arctic. Indigenous Women's Knowledge. (Kermoal, N. Altamirano-Jiminez, I. and Lugosi, N. eds). Edmonton: Athabasca University Press.
Parlee, B. (2016) Mobilizing to Address the Impacts of Oil Sands Development: First Nations in Environmental Governance – Chapter 10. A Political Ecology of Alberta (L. Adkin, ed.) Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Amati, C., Parlee, B. and Krogman, N. (2016) Global Citizens in the Arctic. Northern Review 41: 181-206.
Parlee, B. L. (2015). Avoiding the Resource Curse: Indigenous Communities and Canada’s Oil Sands. World Development, 74, 425-436.
Parlee, B., Goddard, E., Smith, M. and Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation. (2014). Tracking Change: Traditional Knowledge and Wildlife Health Monitoring in Northern Canada. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 19(1): 47-61.
Parlee, B. (2015). The Social Economy and Resource Development in Northern Canada. Northern Communities Working Together: The Social Economy of Canada's North. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. pp. 52-67.
Parlee, B., & Furgal, C. (2012). Well-being and environmental change in the arctic: a synthesis of selected research from Canada’s International Polar Year program. Climatic change, 115(1), 13-34.
McMillan R. and Parlee, B. (2013). Dene Hunting Organization in Fort Good Hope, NT and Ways we Share What We Can. Arctic 66(1):1.
Wray, K. and Parlee, B. (2013) Ways we Respect Caribou: Rules in Use in Teelit Zheh. Arctic 66(1):68-78.
Currie C.L., Wild, T.C., Schopflocher, D.P., Laing, L, Veugelers P., Parlee, B., McKennitt, D. (2011). Enculturation and alcohol use problems among Aboriginal university students. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 56(12):1.
Parlee, B. and Furgal, C. (2012) Well-being in the Arctic: A Synthesis of Selected Research from the Canadian International Polar Year. Climatic Change 114(S):1-38.
Parlee, B. (2012). Finding Voice in a Changing Ecological and Political Landscape—Traditional Knowledge and Resource Management in Settled and Unsettled Claim Areas of the Northwest Territories. Aboriginal Policy Studies 2(1): 56-87.
Parlee, B. (2012). Climate, Culture Change: Inuit and Western Dialogues with a Warming North – Book Review. Journal for the Study of Religion, Culture and Environment.6(3): 385-387.
Parlee, B., Geertsema, K. and the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council. (2012). Social-Ecological Thresholds in a Changing Boreal Landscape: Insights from Cree Knowledge of the Lesser Slave Lake Region of Alberta. Ecology and Society 17(1):1.
Christensen, L., Krogman, N. and Parlee, B. (2010). A Culturally Appropriate Approach to Civic Engagement: Addressing Forestry and Cumulative Social Impacts in Southwest Yukon”. Forestry Chronicle 86(6): 723-729.
Burton, P. Loring, P. and Parlee, B. [In Press] Social Ecological Drivers of Landscape Change. (Chapter 5) Drivers of Landscape Change in the Northwestern Boreal Forest. Northwest Boreal Landscape Conservation Cooperative (NWB LCC). http://www.nwblcc.org/ (Invited Contribution).