8 record(s) found with the tag "resource management" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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A Case Study of Husky Lakes Beluga co-management using network analysis
Principal Investigator: Berkes, Fikret
Licenced Year(s): 2009
Summary: This project aims to understand how co-management helps the people of Tuktoyaktuk to deal with environment and resource problems. The researcher hopes to look at the role of the FJMC, and the exchange of knowledge between the Inuvialuit and government scientists. Through meetings with Burton Ayles and Sheila Nasogaluak as well as a joint FJMC/DFO meeting, the Husky Lakes beluga entrapment issu...


Tulita Caribou Tradtitional Knowledge Study
Principal Investigator: Simmons, Deborah L
Licenced Year(s): 2008
Summary: The research aims to address two broad objectives in applying TEK within co-management processes: 1) Develop tools for enhanced participation by Renewable Resource Councils and community members in research, policy development and management decision-making initiatives of the SRRB, drawing upon TEK within the community; 2) Strengthen the understanding among scientists and policy-makers of the nat...


The Impacts of Caribou Co-management Arrangements on Development Activities in Caribou Habitat
Principal Investigator: Kofinas, Gary P
Licenced Year(s): 2007
Summary: The objective of this study is to determine what techniques caribou co-management arrangements are using to address industrial development in caribou ranges, what impacts they are having, and how they may increase their impacts if needed. One of the pervasive threats facing caribou populations is habitat change. Habitat changes may occur due to a variety of reasons, including industrial develo...


Development of insider-outsider partnerships in the Sahtu
Principal Investigator: Carthew, Ruaraidh A.G,
Licenced Year(s): 2007
Summary: The objective of this study is to promote organizational learning in resource management in the Sahtu and to identify successful approaches for participatory processes. The project hopes to make insights and experiences from past resource managers available to present and future managers in order to enrich efforts of operating an equitable and effective co-management board. Resource management ...


Fort Good Hope Traditional Knowledge Pilot Project: K'ahsho Got'ine Ways of Respecting the Land
Principal Investigator: Simmons, Deborah L
Licenced Year(s): 2006
Summary: This research project is being carried out in response to the need for better understanding of the specific role of Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) in resources management in each of the Sahtu Dene districts. The research aims to address two broad objectives in applying TEK within co-management processes: 1) develop tools for enhanced participation by Renewable Resource Councils and communi...


The construction of community-based natural resource management: Social perception and cognition in the development of new resource management institutions in Déline, Northwest Territories.
Principal Investigator: Krogman, Naomi T
Licenced Year(s): 2006 2005
Summary: The objective of this study is to examine how people perceive natural resource management practices in the Canadian North. Two community-based natural resource management case studies will be used: Great Bear Lake Watershed Management Planning process, and the formal protection process of Sahoyúé-?edacho cultural landscapes. Using these case studies, the specific objectives are to: examine the way...


Evaluating Co-management: A Framework for Analysis
Principal Investigator: Bateyko, Darwin
Licenced Year(s): 2002
Summary: The purpose of the research is to develop a set of recommendations for management practitioners, which will improve resource management decisions within co-management regimes. These recommendations will be based on the field-testing of a methodology desi...


Co-management: Northern Experience with Implications for Future Directions in Resource Planning and Management
Principal Investigator: Roberts, Karen
Licenced Year(s): 1992
Summary: The research is an evaluation of co-management practice in the Western Arctic as it is established under the Inuvialuit Final Agreement. The study will use the Inuvialuit Wildlife Management Advisory Council for the NWT as the case study and will involve attending meetings and conducting key informant interviews....


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