Tony Burton – bibliography

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Tony Burton

Bibliography

  1. BOOKS (and chapters in books)
  2. MAPS
  3. ACADEMIC JOURNALS
  4. TRAVEL ARTICLES
  5. ECONOMIC NEWSLETTERS
  6. TRANSLATIONS
  7. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

1 BOOKS:

In press:

2022 Si las paredes pudieron hablar: edificios históricas de Chapala y sus antiguos habitantes (translation of If Walls Could Talk)

2022 A postcard history of Lake Chapala

2022 Foreign Footprints in Ajijic: Decades of Change in a Mexican Village

Published

2021 If Walls Could Talk: Chapala’s historic buildings and their former occupants

2019 “The Border Story: the effects of a barrier wall.” 104-114 in Judy King. 2019. Echoes from the Wall: Real Stories of Mexican Migrants. Mexico Insights. [436pp]

2016 Mexican Kaleidoscope: myths, mysteries and mystique

2010 (with Dr Richard Rhoda) : Geo-Mexico, the geography and dynamics of modern Mexico

2008 Lake Chapala Through The Ages; an anthology of travellers’ tales. (Sombrero Books).

2006 Chapter entitled “Recreación y turismo en la cuenca Lerma-Chapala” (Recreation and Tourism in the Lerma-Chapala Basin) in La cuenca Lerma-Chapala. Un Atlas sobre el ambiente, su gente y los recursos. (Mexico: INE/UNAM/CONACYT)

2005 Chapter entitled “Climate and Geography” in Mexico’s Lake Chapala & Ajijic. The Insider’s Guide, by Teresa Kendrick. (2nd edition MTI)

2004 El Occidente de México; un tesoro para el viajero (translation by Lorenza Castiello V. of Western Mexico: A Traveller’s Treasury, Sombrero Books)

1993, 1997, 2001, 2013 Western Mexico: A Traveller’s Treasury (4th edition, Sombrero Books, 2014).

1992 “Enjoying Jalisco”, chapter 13 of Retiring to Mexico, edited by Nellie and Len Friedman (Indianapolis: ACC books).

1975 Islands in the Sun: St. Kitts, Nevis and Anguilla (Government of St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla).

2 MAPS:

2008, 2010 “Lake Chapala Village Street Plans and Touring Maps”. Revised, full-color edition, with street index.of maps published 1996, 2001, 2003, 2005

2000-2008 Series of interactive on-line maps for MexConnect,com – see Map Index

3 ACADEMIC JOURNALS:

2009. “Geography gets a makeover. From place and space to climate change and globalization in a new syllabus for the 21st century” (jointly authored with Dr Simon Oakes), in IB World, January 2009; issue 55.

1997. “Can Mexico’s Largest Lake Be Saved?”, pp. 68-71 in Ecodecision, No. 23, Winter 1997.

1988. “Comentario a un artículo sobre geomorfología”, pp. 53-55 in Geografía, Año 1, No. 2. (INEGI, Mexico).

1985 “A Sediment Sock: or non-quantitative instant suspended sediment analysis in the field”, by C. Seiffert, Bottorf, Bruce, Tolson & Burton, in Teaching Geography, Vol. 10, No. 3, January 1985

1982. “Sun and Sombreros; Some Observations on Fieldwork in Mexico”, pp. 171-175 in Teaching Geography, Vol. 7, No. 4, April 1982.

4 TRAVEL ARTICLES:

More than 200 published travel, natural history and eco-tourism articles, usually with original photographs. Published credits include:

  • Access Mexico Connect
  • Aeromagazine
  • Aerovias
  • Chapala Riviera Guide
  • Ecodecision
  • El Jalisciense
  • El Ojo de Lago
  • Lake Chapala Review
  • Los Cabos News
  • Manzanillo Riviera Guide
  • Ocho Columnas
  • Mexico File
  • Mexico Journal
  • Mexico West (now Clubmex)
  • Traveler’s Guide to Mexico
  • Travel Mexico
  • Travelmex

5 ECONOMIC NEWSLETTERS (WRITING AND EDITING)

2009-2019 O’Rourke and Associates Mexican Economic Report (monthly)

1994-2006 Lloyd Mexico Economic Report (monthly subscriber newsletter to 130,000 clients in 28 countries) – newsletter was discontinued after A W Lloyd merged with Actinver.

6 TRANSLATIONS:

1998. Espacios del lago de Chapala. Carlos Valencia Pelayo. Editorial Agata, Guadalajara.

1996. A Drink Named Tequila. José‚ María Muriá. Editorial Agata, Guadalajara.

1995. Juan Rulfo and the South of Jalisco. Wolfgang Vogt. Editorial Agata, Guadalajara.

1994. Tonala Ceramics – Living Roots. Gutierre Aceves. Editorial Agata, Guadalajara.

1993. Paricutín, 50 years after its birth. Simón Lázaro Jiménez. Editorial Agata, Guadalajara.

1992. Past Times in Chapala. Jesús González Gortázar. Editorial Agata, Guadalajara.

1988. Maps and Charts of Mexico from the sixteenth century to the nineteenth century. Various authors. INEGI/INAH, Mexico.

7 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS:

“El Lago Se Pierde por el Agua” (Missing the Lake for the Water…) First International Seminar on Techniques and Current Methods for the Rehabilitation of Lakes and Rivers. Guadalajara, Mexico. 1996

“La Importancia de investigaciones de campo como componente integral en programas de educación ambiental”. Interamerican Environmental Education Congress. Guadalajara, Mexico. 1992

“La Metodología de la Educación Ambiental” and “El Uso racional del agua” at the State Ecology Forum, Tlaquepaque, Jalisco. 1991

Contact: [email protected] /  P.O. Box 4, Ladysmith, BC V9G1A1, Canada

Published or Updated on: March 14, 2006 by Tony Burton © 2008, 2022
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