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Planning for resilience: A case study of Kitimat, BC.
Historical migration patterns in the Upper Fraser region, British Columbia.
Networks and partnerships in a resource town: A case study of adapting to an aging population in Mackenzie, B.C.
Entropy debt: A link to sustainability?
The Changing Governance of Rural Regional Development: A case study of the Cariboo-Chilcotin Beetle Action Coalition.
Expanding the mine, killing a lake: A case study of First Nations' environmental values, perceptions of risk and health.
Locally defined measures of successful forest co-management: A case study of Tl'azt'en Nation and the John Prince Research Forest.
The influence of glacier change on sediment yield, Peyto Basin, Alberta, Canada.
Narratives of negotiation: Transnational marriage migration in northern British Columbia.
The Tahltan Nation and our consultation process with mining industry: How a land use plan might improve the process.
Negotiating the production of space in Tl'azt'en Territory, 1969-1984
Modelling the distribution of advance regeneration in lodgepole pine stands in the Central Interior of British Columbia.
Mercury, sulfur-metabolizing bacteria and organic matter in the sediments of subarctic Kusawa Lake, Yukon.
Teaching through toponymy: Using indigenous place-names in outdoor science camps.
Housing, health, and social inclusion of older people on low income in Prince George, BC.
"Overlap": Causes and implications of contested indigenous claims to territory in the context of the BC treaty process.
Little boats and big concerns? Seeking a balance between ecotourism and motorboat use in Tortuguero, Costa Rica.
La Voz del Pueblo: Maya Consultas and the Challenge of Self-Determination for Socially Responsible Investment in the Mining Sector.
Devolution and post-secondary education: Challenging First Nations geo-legal spatiality.