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