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- 6Parlee, Brenda
- 5Tracking Change
- 2Parlee, Brenda; Maloney, Elaine
- 2Parlee, Brenda; Traditional Knowledge and Strengthening Partnerships Committee of the Mackenzie River Basin Board
- 2UofA Research Ethics Board
- 1Aurora Research Institute (ARI)
- 1Annual non-SSHRCC cash and in-kind contributions summary
- 1Local and Traditional Knowledge, Community-Based Monitoring, Climate Change, Resource Development, Fishing Livelihoods
- 1Mackenzie River Basin, Canada; Lower Mekong Basin, Thailand; Lower Amazon Basin (Tapajos Sub-Basin), Brazil
- 1Mid Term Review, responses from Project Director
- 1Terms of Reference, mission, purpose, objectives, guiding principles, governance structure
- 1Tracking Change, research license
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...
Tracking Change Project: Individuals carrying out research project as part of the requirements of the Tracking Change: The Role of Local and Traditional Knowledge in Watershed Governance project, are subject to the terms set out in this Agreement. It is understood that results of supported...
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
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the parties who wish to collaborate on a research project entitled: Tracking Change: Local and Traditional Knowledge in Watershed Governance (the ‘Research Project’) under the direction of Brenda Parlee (the ‘Project Director’ or ‘PD’).
Tracking Change: Local and Traditional Knowledge in Watershed Governance is a six-year research program funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRCC) and led by the University of Alberta, Mackenzie River Basin Board, and the Government of the Northwest...
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’...
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.
INTERVIEW PARTICIPANT CONSENT FORM Tracking Change in the Mackenzie River Basin
This form may be used for individuals hired to conduct specific research tasks, e.g., recording or editing image or sound data, transcribing, interpreting, translating, entering data, destroying data.
The Tracking Change… project was developed in recognition that many peoples in the Mackenzie River Basin, particularly Indigenous peoples, have valuable insights about the social and environmental sustainability of the Basin. Many land users (hunters, trappers, fishers, berry harvesters etc.)...