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Aboriginal values, sacred landscapes, and resource development in the Cariboo Chilcotin region of BC.
Multi-layer perceptron - markov chain based geospatial analysis of land use and land cover change
Evolving co-management practice: Developing a community-based environmental monitoring framework with Tl'azt'en nation on the John Prince Research Forest.
Open and sectoral models of public participation: does model type make a difference in land use planning
The importance of land and water to the culture of the Xeni Gwet’in First Nation : an analysis of statements presented at environmental impact assessment hearings
Analysis of land use and land cover change in Kiskatinaw River Watershed: A remote sensing, gis & modeling approach.
Self-care: a positive College of Arts, Social and Health Sciences~ approach to vicarious traumatization and personal growth
The paradox of development: Lheidli T'enneh perspectives on resource development.
Organizing for sustainability at a small scale: A case study of an ecovillage.
"How do you measure the loss of a lake?": Assessing community relevance of health impact assessment frameworks to the Tl'azt'en nation of northern-interior British Columbia.
Forest values surrounding ancient cedar stands in British Columbia's Inland Temperate Rainforest.
Connections between land and wellbeing: Perspectives of First Nations youth in the community of Saik'uz.
Response to growth management planning in a rural region of British Columbia: a case study of the Cariboo Regional District
Understanding conceptions of land tenure in the Lake Babine Nation.
A Spatial Analysis of the Impact of Oil and Natural Gas Infrastructure on Farmland in the Peace River Valley of British Columbia
Time to change the focus of the conversation between First Nations and mining companies, from a positional based approach to an interest based approach
Reclaiming Lheidli: Towards indigenous planning in Prince George.