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2020

Fishing Livelihoods in the Mackenzie River Basin: Stories of the Délįne Got’ine

Martin, Chelsea; Parlee, Brenda; Neyelle, Morris

Fishing Livelihoods in the Mackenzie River Basin: Stories of the Délįne Got’ine Journal Article

Sustainability, 12 (7888), 2020.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: Canadian subarctic, climate change, Délįne, fishing livelihoods, Got’ine, Great Bear Lake, Mackenzie River Basin, oral histories, Sahtú, subsistence fishing, Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK)

Aligning Intentions with Community: Graduate Students Reflect on Collaborative Methodologies with Indigenous Research Partners

Wray, Kristine; Soukhaphon, Akarath; Parlee, Brenda; D’Souza, Amabel; Freitas, Carolina; Heredia, Iria; Martin, Chelsea; Oloriz, Carrie; Proverbs, Tracey; Spicer, Neal

Aligning Intentions with Community: Graduate Students Reflect on Collaborative Methodologies with Indigenous Research Partners Journal Article

Sustainability, 12 (7534), 2020.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: best practices, collaborative research, community-based research, fishing livelihoods, graduate students, Indigenous communities, Indigenous graduate students

Fishing Livelihoods and Diversifications in the Mekong River Basin in the Context of the Pak Mun Dam, Thailand

D’Souza, Amabel; Parlee, Brenda

Fishing Livelihoods and Diversifications in the Mekong River Basin in the Context of the Pak Mun Dam, Thailand Journal Article

Sustainability, 12 (7438), 2020.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: diversification, fishing livelihoods, hydroelectric development, local ecological knowledge, Pak Mun dam; Makong River basin, Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK)

2019

D'Souza, Amabel

Diversification of Livelihoods in a Region Impacted by Hydroelectric Development: A Case Study in the Lower Mekong (Mun River/Sebok River) Masters Thesis

University of Alberta, 2019.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: diversification, fishing livelihoods, Mekong

Vazquez, Iria Heridia

Implications of Socio-Ecological Changes for Inuvialuit Fishing Livelihoods and the Country Food System: The Role of Local and Traditional Knowledge Masters Thesis

University of Ottawa, 2019.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: fishing livelihoods, food security, Local and Traditional Knowledge (LTK), socio-ecological systems