5 record(s) found with the tag "harvest" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Mapping Knowledge in the Sahtú Region
Principal Investigator: Simmons, Deb
Licensed Year(s): 2015 2014
Summary: This project includes five linked components. 1. Finalizing and contextualizing the Sahtú Settlement Harvest Study and assessing future harvest monitoring possibilities with community workshops. Engagement with harvesters in workshops will address the potential of harvest monitoring as a tool for community empowerment in wildlife management and to support and maintain the traditional economy. 2...


Inuvialuit Perspectives of Polar Bear Population Health and Harvest Sustainability
Principal Investigator: Slavik, Daniel VW
Licensed Year(s): 2010 2009 2008
Summary: The objectives of this research are to document Inuvialuit knowledge, perspectives, and observations of factors that influence polar bears population health on Banks Island and in the Beaufort Region; and explore how traditional knowledge, community observations, scientific studies, and other information interact to inform hunters about sustainable harvest levels of polar bears. The researcher ...


Sahtu Settlement Harvest Study
Principal Investigator: Snortland, Judy
Licensed Year(s): 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1998
Summary: The Harvest Study is a 5 year, 5 community study being conducted in the Sahtu Settlement. Each month, in each community, a local interviewer recommended by the local Renewable Resource Council collects harvest information in their community using a brief face-to-face interview. All adult Sahtu Dene-Metis (16yrs +) and a select group of adult non-beneficiaries who provide for their Dene-Metis famil...


The Role of Traditional Knowledge in Inuvialuit Marine Mammal Management
Principal Investigator: Ris, Mats
Licensed Year(s): 1994
Summary: The purpose of this study is to understand how Inuvialuit traditional knowledge and hunting of marine mammals has influenced the way local and regional management strategies are built up. Secondly, the researcher will make a comparison with other forms of marine mammal harvesting in circumpolar regions. Such a comparison will make it easier to understand the nature of subsistence hunting in the n...


Dene subsistence practices in the Canadian Subarctic: long-term sustainability or short-term exploitation?
Principal Investigator: Allen, Wayne E.
Licensed Year(s): 1994 1993 1992
Summary: The researcher will continue to conduct interviews with the elders and community members of Fort Good Hope in order to collect data to test assumptions about the long-term sustainability of existing Dene harvesting practices. Data will include resource distribution, land tenure and harvest patterns, genealogies and traditional knowledge. The researcher will continue to work closely with the comm...


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