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  • Aboriginal Consultation and Involvement in Resource Developments
  • Aquatic invasive species
  • Arctic exploration: the heroic masculine, the meaning of the Arctic in the western imagination
  • Captain Robert Abram Bartlett
  • Climate change
  • Coastal zone incident management policy
  • Collaborative, multi-level governance
  • Community adaptation
  • Community involvement in resource management
  • Complex adaptive social-ecological systems, innovation, green economies and community-corporate relations
  • Crises in drinking water access
  • Development and environmental change (e.g. fisheries)
  • Ecosystem Based Approaches to Natural Resource Management
  • Empirical Areas: climate change, renewable energy
  • Environmental Assessment / Strategic Environmental Assessment
  • Environmental politics and policy; market-oriented environmental policy and governance (e.g. eco-certification and eco-labeling)
  • Film-making and the environmental documentary as a knowledge-sharing tool.
  • Fisheries Management and Ecology
  • Foodways and nutrition history: Newfoundland food consumption patterns
  • Geographical Information Systems
  • Global environmental governance.
  • Governance research
  • Historical nutrition interventions in NL
  • Indigenous land-use patterns and related: Newfoundland Mi’kmaq
  • Indigenous people, food consumption, and the epidemiologic transition
  • Inshore and offshore commercial fisheries
  • Integrated Resource and Environmental Management (IREM)
  • Integrative Research at the Science Policy Interface
  • International and comparative political economy
  • International environmental politics
  • International relations and global governance
  • Inuit, the Labrador Husky and its role
  • Land conservation and marine protected areas
  • Methodological Areas: interviews, focus groups, document reviews, policy evaluations, surveys, systematic reviews
  • Other First Nations in Canada
  • Political ecology
  • Practical usage and implements drawn on social science dataset analyses
  • Public policy analysis
  • Regulatory Planning and Environmental Permitting
  • Relevance of the FAO Voluntary guidelines for sustainable development of small-scale fisheries.
  • Remote Sensing technologies
  • Rural resilience
  • Salmon conservation
  • Sustainable rural community and regional development
  • The Anthropocene and climate change: Ecological economics and the objective value of life
  • The meaning of the Arctic in the western imagination
  • The Promise of Agroecology: Small-Scale Organic Agriculture for Newfoundland and Labrador
  • The Shackletons
  • Theoretical and Conceptual Areas: knowledge mobilization, science-policy interfaces, deliberative democracy, evidence-based policy, interdisciplinarity, transdisciplinarity
  • Water insecurity and Indigenous communities in Canada
  • Water security: its multiple dimensions, including health impacts; crises in drinking water access; water insecurity and Indigenous communities in Canada
  • Women and Indigenous people and Arctic exploration

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A2H 5G4, Canada

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Phone: 709-639-2591
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