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Sample Informed Consent form for youth participation in Tracking Change delegation to COP 24 in Paris 25 Nov - 5 December 2018
The “Knowledge Mobilization Plan” will ensure best practices so that outcomes reflect academic excellence and meet partner organization needs. Research outcomes aim to strengthen local and regional stewardship of subsistence fisheries, educate upstream river users of the downstream...
A global knowledge symposium was planned for 2017 in Thailand for February 20-25th in the city of Ubon Ratchathani. Research team members will be hosted at Ubon Ratchathani University and in the local fishing village of Kho Tai. The meeting created opportunities for presentations (oral/poster) by...
Tracking Change: 2018 Mid Term Report -- Annual non-SSHRCC Cash and In-Kind Contributions to the ProjectDownload
Partner cash and in-kind contributions to the project and leveraging percentage. The reporting period for each year is from April 1st to March 31st.
Tracking Change is a network of Indigenous/community organizations, governments and academics aimed at building capacity to document and share local and traditional knowledge (LTK) about social-ecological change in the Mackenzie River, Lower Mekong, and Lower Amazon basins; and determine its’...
At the beginning of 2021, the Tracking Change program set out to completely overhaul the Tracking Change website to reflect and showcase projects, publications, research, undertake over the six years. As ther project is naring completion, it was important that the website transitioned to focusing...
Tracking Change - Research Partnership Agreement (MOU) with the Traditional Knowledge and Strengthening Partnerships Committee of the Mackenzie River Basin Board (MRRB), University of Alberta and TC partners
The Midterm Report provided an overall view of what the partnership has accomplished by the midpoint of the award, and information to allow the Midterm Review Committee to assess the progress of activities undertaken during this time. The Review Committee met with the Project Director and...
The Amazon Basin is the largest hydrographic basin in the world. People living along the floodplains of the Amazonian rivers have a mixed economy based mainly on small-scale agriculture, fishing and livestock. With about 2200 species of fish, the Amazon basin is recognized as having the most...
Technical report TR09-03. We propose a method that makes standard turntable-based vision acquisition a practical method for recovering models of human geometry. A human subject typically exhibits some unintended joint motion while rotating on a turntable. Ignoring such motion causes...