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- 14Parlee, Brenda
- 5Karsgaard, Carrie; Mackay, Mackenzie; Catholique, Alexandria
- 2UofA Research Ethics Board
- 1Aurora Research Institute (ARI)
- 1Aurora Research Institute; Parlee, Brenda
- 1UofA, Tracking Change
- 3Mackenzie River Basin, Canada
- 2Mackenzie River Basin
- 1Amazon Basin Case Study,
- 1Amazon River Basin, Brazil
- 1Mackenzie River Basin, Indigenous peoples, resource development, climate change, socio-economic impacts, fishing livelihoods, community health, local traditional knowledge, traditional food systems
- 1Mekong River Basin, Thailand
The Mackenzie River is the longest river system in Canada and the second largest drainage basin in North America (after the Mississippi). With an area of 1,805,200 km2, the river basin is about one-fifth of the entire area of Canada! The river is known by many names to local communities (e.g.,...
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Ethics approval for the Tracking Change Project
Mining is the extraction of valuable minerals or other geological materials from the earth such as metals, precious gems, coal, gravel, and more. Mining also includes the extraction of non-renewable resources such as petroleum and natural gas. Mining is a human activity that is a large part of...
2019 renewal of research ethics approval for the Tracking Change project.
Research Toolkit Volume 3: Fishing Livelihoods: Changes in the Fish and Water in Places we Consider ImportantDownload
Research Toolkit to study climate change and resource development impacts on fishing livelihoods. Are community members able to fish for food and share fish within the community and region? How has harvest and the quality and quantity of fish harvested changed in the community over time? How...
The Amazon Basin is the largest hydrographic basin in the world. It is one of the more pristine watersheds in Brazil, with the highest freshwater fish diversity in the world. It also sustains many small-scale fisheries. The Amazon river is over 6600 km long, with a basin area of roughly 5.5...
The Mekong River is a large river that is approximately 4,350 km long, with a drainage area of 795,000 km2. It is the twelfth longest river in the world and the seventh longest river in Asia. Originating in the Tibetan Plateau, the Mekong River crosses southern China before passing Myanmar...