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...

K'asho Got'ine/Colville Lake Barren-Ground Caribou Traditional Knowledge Study
Principal Investigator: Simmons, Deborah L
Licenced Year(s): 2007
Summary: The goals of this study are to understand the role of traditional knowledge on ecological change and barren-ground caribou resource management, identify traditional best practices for caribou stewardship, enhance knowledge exchange amongst Renewable Resources Councils and elders, and educate young people about the traditional relationship with the caribou. This research involves documenting tra...

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...

Woodland Caribou In Wood Buffalo National Park
Principal Investigator: Gunn, Libby
Licenced Year(s): 2007
Summary: The purpose of this study is to: a) document Katlodeeche First Nation’s elders’ and harvesters’ observations, perceptions and experiences of woodland caribou in WBNP, and knowledge of caribou population dynamics and distribution; b) identify strategies for managing woodland caribou based on knowledge; c) identify opportunities for the participation of local Aboriginal people in the management of ...

Sahtu Settlement Harvest Study
Principal Investigator: Bayha, Janet
Licenced Year(s): 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1998
Summary: The Sahtu Settlement Harvest Study began as a 5-year project (1998-2003) in the five Sahtu Settlement communities. This Study is being continued in 2004 and 2005. Each month, in each community, a local interviewer recommended by the local Renewable Reso...

NRBS Project #4121 - Survey of northern households, interest groups, industries, and local government.
Principal Investigator: Thompson, John
Licenced Year(s): 1995
Summary: The researchers will first conduct a telephone survey with a random sample of northern residents. A further mail in questionaire will be completed by those in agreement. A similar questionaire will be mailed to representatives of local government and interest groups and interest groups that were identified in a screening study conducted in June, 1994....

Digital Database of Vegetation Types of the Mackenzie Valley Development Corridor
Principal Investigator: Squires Taylor, Cindy
Licenced Year(s): 1992 1991
Summary: The Researcher will conduct a survey, approximately 30 km on either side of the Mackenzie River using satellite imagery. A classification will be undertaken of the area from the Mackenzie Delta to the Fort Simpson area, with wider zones along the east side to include proposed pipeline routes. The information can be plotted as colour maps to show the location of trap lines, forest fires or wildlife...

Licence #2759
Principal Investigator: Scotter, G.W.
Licenced Year(s): 1982
Summary: 1) To describe the geology, physical geography, flora, fauna and human history of that region. 2) To map and classify the vegetation types and ecological units of the region. 3) To identify outstanding features that might be critical of the management of the area....