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Ecosystem Perceptions in Flood Prone Areas: A Typology and Its Relationship to Preferences for Governance
(MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland, 2016)
A shift appears to be occurring in thinking about flooding, from a resistance-based approach to one of resilience. Accordingly, how stakeholders in flood-prone regions perceive the system and its governance are salient ...
Global Water Governance and Climate Change: Identifying Innovative Arrangements for Adaptive Transformation
(MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland., 2018)
A convoluted network of different water governance systems exists around the world. Collectively, these systems provide insight into how to build sustainable regimes of water use and management. We argue that the challenge ...
Preparing for and Responding to Disturbance: Examples from the Forest Sector in Sweden and Canada
Coping or adaptation following large-scale disturbance may depend on the political system and its preparedness and policy development in relation to risks. Adaptive or foresight planning is necessary in order to account ...
Community forests Canada: Bridging practice, research and advocacy. A Symposium and Workshop Report.
The purpose of this report is to share experiences and observations from the Community Forests Canada joint workshop-symposium hosted by the Centre for Forest Interdisciplinary Research and Department of Environmental ...
Exploring Conservation Authority Operations in Sudbury, Northern Ontario: Constraints and opportunities
(Environments: a journal of interdisciplinary studies/revue d’études interdisciplinaires, 2006)
This research explores how the Nickel District Conservation Authority (NDCA), in Sudbury, northern Ontario was affected by provincial restructuring through a survey of budget data and programs from the period of existing ...
Temperature and freezing effects on phosphorus release from soils to overlying floodwater under flooded-anaerobic conditions
(American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, 2020-03-30)
Increased phosphorus (P) availability under flooded, anaerobic conditions may accelerate P loss from soils to water bodies. Existing knowledge on P release to floodwater from flooded soils is limited to summer conditions ...
Framing Indigenous Partnerships in Energy and Allied Renewable Resource Sectors. Final Report to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
Canada is a top five global energy producer and thus is in a leadership position with respect to how it engages in international markets and, increasingly, energy partnerships. Growing global energy demand and international ...
Rethinking Environmental Management: Revisiting Bryant and Wilson ten years later
(Environments: a journal of interdisciplinary studies/revue d’études interdisciplinaires, 2009)
Aboriginal Capacity Building Achievements for Sustainable Natural Resource Development
(Centre for Forest Interdisciplinary Research, University of Winnipeg, 2016)
This knowledge synthesis report provides the first bibliometric profile and systemic review of research on Aboriginal capacity building for natural resource development in Canada.
Gypsum Amendment Reduces Redox-Induced Phosphorous Release from Freshly Manured, Flooded Soils to Floodwater
(American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, 2019-01-01)
The effectiveness of gypsum in reducing runoff P losses from soils and the mechanisms responsible are well documented; however, gypsum amendment effects in reducing redox-induced P losses from flooded soils are less ...