Selected Publications

2022           Eckhouse, G. and A. Zalik. Editorial Introduction: Whither hydrocarbons: the rescaling of global oil and gas markets amidst COVID 19 and a contested transition. Environment and Planning A.

2022           Zalik, A. The perpetual rescaling of oil and gas production in continental North America. Environment and Planning A.

2020           Zalik, A. and I. Osuoka. Beyond Transparency: A Consideration of Extraction’s Full Costs (editorial introduction).Extractive Industries and Society. 7(3), 781-785.

2020           Watts, M. and A. Zalik. Consistently Unreliable: Oil Spill Data and Transparency Discourse.  Extractive Industries and Society. 7(3), 790-795.

2020           Ciupa, D. and A. Zalik. Enhancing Corporate Standing: Shifting Blame: An Analysis of Canada’s Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act. Extractive Industries and Society. 7(3), 826-834.

2020           Johnson, A. and A. Zalik. Introduction to Extraction, entanglements, and (im) materialities: Reflections on the methods and methodologies of natural resource industries fieldwork. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space. 4(2).

2020           Zalik, A. A Politics of Representation for Extractive Industries Research? Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 4(2), 33-37.

2019           Gilbert, L., and A. Zalik. The limits of audit culture extractivism: Risk and reinsurance in Canadian oil transport by rail and pipeline. Extractive Industries and Society. 6(3), 654-664. (equal co-authorship)

2018-19      Havice, E and A. Zalik. Ocean Frontiers: Epistemologies, Jurisdictions, Commodifications – Introduction to the special issues on Ocean Frontiers. International Social Science Journal.  68 (229-230), 219-235. Co-editor of special issue.

2018           Cervantes, A. H., and A. Zalik. Canadian Capital and the Denationalization of the Mexican Energy Sector: A Geojuridical Approach.  Journal of Latin American Geography, 17(3), 42-72 (equal co-authorship)

2018           Zalik, A. Mining the seabed, enclosing the Area: proprietary knowledge and the geopolitics of the extractive frontier beyond national jurisdiction. International Social Science Journal. 68(229-230), 343-359.

2017           Carter, A., G. Fraser and A. Zalik. Environmental Policy Convergence in Canada’s Fossil Fuel Provinces? Regulatory Streamlining, Impediments, and Drift. Canadian Public Policy. 43(1), 61-76.

2016           Arroyo, M. and A. Zalik. Displacement and Denationalization: The Mexican Gulf 75  Years after the Expropriation. Area 48(2), 134-141. doi: 10.1111/area.12183.

2016           Lunstrum, E., P. Bose and A. Zalik. Environmental displacement: the common ground of climate change, extraction and conservation. Area. 48(2), 130-133. doi: 10.1111/area.12193

2015           Zalik, A. Resource Sterilization: Reserve Replacement, Financial Risk and Environmental Review in Canada’s Tar Sands. Environment and Planning A. 47(12), 2446-2464.

2015        Zalik, A.   On Huber’s Lifeblood: Oil, Freedom and the Forces of Capital. Book Review Forum, Cultural Geographies. 22(4), 743-746.

2010        Zalik, A and I. A. Osuoka. The Dilemmas of Global Resistance against Extractive Capital: The Oilwatch Network in Africa. Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 30(1-2), 237-257

2010        Zalik, A. Oil Futures: Shell’s Scenarios and the Social Constitution of the Global Oil Market. Geoforum. 41(4), 553-564.

2009      Zalik, A. Zones of Exclusion: Offshore Extraction and Physical Displacement in the Nigerian Delta and the Mexican Gulf. Antipode. 41(3), 557-582.

2008      Zalik, A. Liquefied Natural Gas and the Contradictions of Fossil Capitalism. Monthly Review. November. 60(6), 41-52.

2004    Zalik, A. The Niger Delta: Petro-Violence and Partnership Development. Review of African Political Economy. 101(4), 401-424.