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Research Paper Project OR Dissertation Thesis
Master of Natural Resources & Environmental Studies (MNRES)
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A look inside the garbage can: assessing the sustainability and waste management efforts in the 2015 Prince George Canada Winter Games
Wind energy on the horizon in British Columbia : a review and evaluation of the British Columbia wind energy planning framework
Evaluating community incentives for biodiversity conservation in protected areas in Nepal.
Organizing for sustainability at a small scale: A case study of an ecovillage.
Planning for resilience: A case study of Kitimat, BC.
Sequential Monte Carlo methods for data assimilation in strongly nonlinear dynamics.
Creating sustainable economic development within two B.C. First Nations communities: A rights-based approach.
Exploring the 'interface' between traditional and alternative food systems.
Bear viewing in the K'tzim-a-deen inlet: Effects on grizzly bear behaviour and visitor perceptions of impact.
Evolving co-management practice: Developing a community-based environmental monitoring framework with Tl'azt'en nation on the John Prince Research Forest.
Perspectives for First Nations' Strategies Towards Local Marine Management in the Broughton Archipelago, British Columbia.
The ecology of food and medicine plants and their gathering sites as defined by Tl'azt'en Nation.
Community adaptation to climate change: An exploration of climate change adaptation planning in British Columbia.
Where do you play in winter?: An exploration of outdoor winter recreation spaces in Prince George, BC
Institutional barriers to climate responsive design in commercial redevelopment in Prince George, British Columbia.
Strategic environmental assessment of comprehensive plans: A comparative analysis of comprehensive plans from Scotland, California, and New Zealand.
Mountain communities at risk: A case study of gateway community growth management and resort development.
Integrating Aboriginal values into strategic-level forest planning on the John Prince Research Forest, Central Interior, British Columbia.
Factors affecting ecosystem recovery after placer mining in northwestern British Columbia
Modelling the distribution of advance regeneration in lodgepole pine stands in the Central Interior of British Columbia.
Wildlife viewing in the mountain national parks of Canada: An experiential view.
The opportunities and limitations of first nations forestry agreements in British Columbia: Collective experience of the Tl'azt'en nation & the future need for community-based resource management & decision-making.