Project Publications
(Project researchers names in bold)

 

Armitage, D. and D. Clark 2005. Patterns, currents, boundaries and scales: framing an applied research agenda for integrated ocean resource management in Canada . In: F. Berkes et al. (eds), Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North, pp. 337-362. Calgary , AB : University of Calgary Press.

Bankes, N. 2005. Exploring the role of law and hierarchy in resilience: regulating resource harvesting. In: F. Berkes et al. (eds), Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North, pp. 291-315. Calgary , AB : University of Calgary Press.

Bankes, N. 2006. International Wildlife Law. Wildlife Law Paper No. 1. Canadian Institute of Resources Law, University of Calgary . 50 pp.

Bankes, N. 2006. Marshall and Bernard: ignoring the relevance of customary property laws. University of New Brunswick Law Journal 55:120-134.

Bankes, N. 2008. Implications of international law and U.S. law for the management of Canadian polar bear populations. 73rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, March 2008, Phoenix , AZ.

Bankes, N. 2008. Polar bears: the implications of an ESA listing for continuing conservation hunting of bears. Resources 101:5-9  http://www/cirl.ca/pdf/Resources101.pdf

Bankes, N. and D. Clark 2007. Time for action – thirty-fours years after the Agreement on the Conservation of Polar Bears. WWF Arctic Bulletin, No. 1-07: 20-21.

Berkes, F., N. Bankes, D. Clark et al. 2005. Cross-scale institutions and building resilience in the Canadian North. In: F. Berkes et al. (eds), Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North, pp. 225-248. Calgary , AB : University of Calgary Press.

Clark, D. 2006 Climate change and social/cultural values in the Southwest Yukon : a resilience building exercise. Northern Climate ExChange, Whitehorse , Yukon . http://yukon.taiga.net/swyukon/backgrounders.cfm

Clark, D. 2006. The importance of local peoples’ observations and values. Climate Change in Our Backyard, Alsek Renewable Resources Council/Aishihik First Nations, March/April 2006, Haines Junction, YT.

Clark, D. 2006. Local and regional-scale societal dynamics in grizzly bear conservation. Canon National Parks Science Scholars’ Retreat, May 2006, Waterton , AB.

Clark , D.  2007. Local and Regional-scale Societal Dynamics in Grizzly Bear Conservation.  Ph.D Thesis, Wilfrid Laurier University , Waterloo

Clark, D. 2007. Review of T.W. Clark, M.B. Rutherford and D. Casey (eds.), “Co-existing with Large Carnivores: Lessons from Greater Yellowstone ”. Policy Sciences 40 (3):261-264.

Clark, D. 2007. Problem analysis in large carnivore conservation. Yukon Department of Fish and Wildlife Seminar, November 2007, Whitehorse , YT .

Clark, D. 2007. Bears and people: interactions, management and co-existence. In: Bekoff, M. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Human-Animal Relationships: An Exploration of our Connections with Other Animals, pp. 271-277. Westport CT : Greenwood Publishing Group.

Clark, D. 2008. Knowledge, governance and human dignity: wildlife co-management in the Canadian North. Royal Society of Canada and University of Alberta Symposium Truths from the North: Law, Politics, and Society, January 2008, Edmonton , AB.

Clark, D. 2008. Polar bears, Inuit, and global change: understanding a wicked problem. Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, February 2008, New Haven , CT.

Clark, D and D.S. Slocombe 2005. Renegotiating science in protected areas: grizzly bear conservation in the southwest Yukon . In: G. Humphreys and M. Williams (eds), Presenting and Representing Environments, pp. 33-53. Geojournal Library No. 81 , New York , NY: Springer.

Clark, D., D.S. Lee and D. Mattson 2006. Conservation hunting, climate change and polar bear conservation. Workshop presented at the Policy Sciences 25th Annual Institute, October 2006, Yale University , New Haven CT

Clark, D. and D.S. Slocombe 2006. Societal dynamics of grizzly bear conservation. B.C. Protected Areas Research Forum, December 2006, Victoria B.C.

Clark, D., S. Fluker and L. Risby 2007. Deconstructing ecological integrity in Canadian national parks. In: Hanna, K. et al. (eds), Transforming Parks and Protected Areas, pp. 154-168. London : Routledge.

Clark, D., K. Hanna and D.S. Slocombe 2007. Summary: observations and reflections on parks and protected areas. In: Hanna, K. et al. (eds), Transforming Parks and Protected Areas, pp. 222-226. London : Routledge.

Clark, D. and D.S. Slocombe 2007. Introduction: Protected areas in a changing world. In: Hanna, K. et al. (eds), Transforming Parks and Protected Areas, pp. 1-11. London : Routledge.

Clark, D., D. Lee and D. Mattson 2007. Improving professional practice in natural resource management agencies: examining cases of new interventions. Policy Sciences 26th Annual Institute, October 2007, Claremont , CA .

Clark, D. L. Workman and D.S. Slocombe 2007. Science-based grizzly bear conservation in a co-management environment: the Kluane Region , Yukon . Policy Sciences 26th Annual Institute, October 2007, Claremont , CA .

Clark, D., D.S. Lee, T.W. Clark, D.J. Mattson and M.M.R. Freeman 2006. Polar bear conservation policy, conservation hunting, and climate change. 3rd ArcticNet Annual Scientific Meeting, December 2006, Victoria BC.

Clark, D., D.S. Lee, M.M.R. Freeman and S.G. Clark  Polar bear conservation in Canada : defining the policy problem. Arctic 60 (in press).

Clark, S.G. An informational approach to sustainability: “intelligence” in conservation and natural resource management policy. Journal of Sustainable Forestry (in press).

Clark , T.W. and M.B. Rutherford 2005. The institution of management: making it more effective. In: T.W. Clark et al. (eds), Coexisting with Large Carnivores: Lessons from Greater Yellowstone, pp. 211-253. Washington , D.C: Island Press.. 

Clark, T.W. 2006. Averting Extinction: Reconstructing Endangered Species Recovery. New Haven , CT : Yale University Press, 2nd edition.  270 pp.

Clark , T.W. and R.L. Wallace 2006. Keys to effective endangered species conservation. In: Davis, F.W. et al. (eds), The Endangered Species Act at Thirty: Renewing the Conservation Commitment, pp. 221-236. Washington , D.C: Island Press.

Diduck A., N. Bankes, D. Clark and D. Armitage 2005. Unpacking social learning in socio-ecological systems in the North. In: F. Berkes et al. (eds), Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North, pp. 269-290. Calgary , AB : University of Calgary Press.

Dowsley, M. 2005. Inuit Knowledge regarding Climate Change and the Baffin Bay Polar Bear Population. Government of Nunavut , Department of Environment, Final Wildlife Report No. 1, Iqaluit , Nunavut . 43 pp.

Dowsley, M. 2006. Inuit experiences with changes of polar bears and the sea ice environment. Canadian Polar Bear Technical Committee Meeting, February 2006, St. John’s , NL.

Dowsley, M. 2006. The impacts of climate change on polar bear co-management in Nunavut . 2006 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, March 2006, Chicago , IL .

Dowsley, M. 2006. The forgotten role of regional governments in polar bear management.  11th Biennial Meeting of the International Association for the Study of Common Property, June 2006, Ubud , Indonesia .

Dowsley, M. 2007. Effects of Inuit conceptions on polar bear conservation. 2007 Association of American Geographers’ Annual Meeting, August 2007, San Francisco , CA .

Dowsley, M. 2007. Bear facts. Globe and Mail, June 25, 2007, p. A.14.

Dowsley, M. 2008. Polar Bear Management: Political, Socio-economic and Governance Implications in Nunavut . Ph.D  Thesis, McGill University , Montréal.  

Dowsley, M. 2008. Inuit and polar bears in a changing environment. Association of American Geographers' Annual Meeting,  April 2008, Boston MA.

 

Dowsley, M,  2008. What’s happening to polar bears? Top-down and bottom-up conflict in polar bear management.   Graduate Seminar, April 2008, Yale University, New Haven, CT.  

Dowsley, M. 2007. Inuit perspectives on polar bears (Ursus maritimus) and climate change in Baffin Bay , Nunavut , Canada . Research and Practice 2(2):53-74. http://www.researchandpractice.com/articles/2-2/dowsley-1.pdf

Dowsley, M. 2008. Developing multi-level institutions from top-down ancestors. International Journal of the Commons 2(1):55-74. http://www.thecommonsjournal.org/index.php/ijc/article/viewFile/62/18

Dowsley, M. Community clusters in wildlife and environmental management: using TEK and community involvement to improve management in an era of rapid environmental change. Polar Research (in press).

Dowsley, M. and M.K. Taylor 2006. Community Consultations with Qikiqtarjuaq, Clyde River and Pond Inlet on Management Concerns for the Baffin Bay (BB) Polar Bear Population: A Summary of Inuit Knowledge and Community Consultations. Government of Nunavut , Department of Environment, Final Wildlife Report 2, Iqaluit , Nunavut , 83pp.

Dowsley, M. and M.K. Taylor 2006. Management Consultations for the Western Hudson Bay (WH) Polar Bear Population (01-02 December 2005). Government of Nunavut , Department of Environment, Final Wildlife Report 3, Iqaluit , Nunavut , 55 pp.  

Dowsley, M. and G.W. Wenzel  2007. ‘Time of the most bears’: a co-management conflict in Nuavut. Arctic 61(2): 177-189  

Foote, L. 2005. Principles, perspectives and ethics of conservation hunting. In: M.M.R. Freeman et al. (eds), Conservation Hunting: People and Wildlife in Canada’s North, pp. 65-67. Edmonton , AB : CCI Press.

Foote, L. 2006. Written Comments on Proposal to List Polar Bears as an Endangered Species, Submitted to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. April 5, 2006. 7 pp.

Foote, L. 2007. Sustainable and Renewable Resource Use. Testimony before the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Private Sector and Consumer Solutions to Global Warming and Wildlife Protection. February 7, 2007.

Foote, L. and M. Freeman 2006. NA-SUSG calls for freeze on polar bear reclassification. Sustainable (Newsletter of the IUCN Sustainable Use Specialists’ Group), May 2006, pp. 6-8.

Foote, L. and G.W. Wenzel 2007. Conservation hunting concepts, Canada 's Inuit and polar bear hunting. in B. Lovelock (ed.), Tourism and the Consumption of  Wildlife: Hunting, Shooting and Sport Fishing, pp 188-212. London : Routledge.

Freeman, M.M.R. 2005. Marine mammal hunting. In: M. Nuttall (ed), Encyclopedia of the Arctic, pp. 1243-1246. New York and London : Routledge.

Freeman, M.M.R. 2005. “Just one more time before I die”: securing the relationship between Inuit and whales in the arctic regions. Senri Ethnological Studies 67:59-76.

Freeman, M.M.R. 2006. Strengths and weakness of user knowledge in the management process. In: G.K. Hovelsrud and C. Winsnes (eds.), Conference Proceedings: Conference on User Knowledge and Scientific Knowledge in Management Decision-Making. Tromsø: The North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission,  pp.85-86.  

Freeman, M.M.R. (compiler) 2006.  Inuit Knowledge and Western Science. Report on a Roundtable Discussion held on October 18, 2006 at the International Institute for Qualitative Research, University of Alberta , Edmonton .  A Contribution from the Canadian Circumpolar Institute Research Project on Polar Bear Conservation Hunting in the Canadian Arctic . Edmonton , AB., 22 pp.

Freeman, M.M.R. 2006. Symbolism, subsistence and modernity in the Canadian Arctic. International Symposium on the Anthropology of Resources, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, December 2006, Tokyo .

Freeman, M.M.R. 2007. Proposed Polar Bear ESA Listing. Written Submission to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Public Hearing Phase of the Endangered Species Act Listing Process. April 9, 2007, 11 pp.  

Freeman, M.M.R. 2007. U.S. received 200,000 policy submissions on polar bears being listed under the U.S. Endangered Species Act. The Hill Times, August 27, 2007, p. 7.

Freeman, M.M.R 2008. Challenges associated with assessing cetacean population recovery and conservation status. Endangered Species Research (in press).

Freeman, M.M.R., R.J. Hudson and L. Foote (eds.) 2005. Conservation Hunting: People and Wildlife in Canada ’s North. CCI Press, Edmonton , AB. 112 pp.

Freeman, M.M.R. and G.W. Wenzel 2006. The nature and significance of polar bear conservation hunting in the Canadian Arctic. Arctic 59(1):21-30.

Gissing, D. 2005. Managing polar bear sport hunting in Nunavut , Canada . In: Conservation Hunting: People and Wildlife in Canada ’s North, pp. 71-75. Edmonton , AB : CCI Press.

Hanna, K., D.A. Clark and D.S. Slocombe (eds.) 2007. Transforming Parks and Protected Areas: Policy and Management in a Changing World.   London : Routledge.

Hovelsrud, G.K. and C. Winsnes (eds.) 2006. Conference Proceedings: Conference on User Knowledge and Scientific Knowledge in Management Decision-Making. Tromsø: The North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission, 95 pp.  

Hovelsrud, G.K., M. McKenna and H.P. Huntington 2008. Marine mammal harvests and otherinteractions with humans. Ecological Applications 18(2) Supplement: S135-S147.

Keith, D., J. Arqvik, L. Kamookak, J. Ameralik and the Gjoa Haven Hunters’ and Trappers’ Organization 2005. Inuit Qaujimaningit Nanurnut: Inuit Knowledge of Polar Bears. Edmonton , AB : Gjoa Haven Hunters’ and Trappers’ Organization and CCI Press, vii + 242 pp.

Keith, D.and J. Arqviq 2006. Taima’na uqamaqattangitlutit, the polar bears can hear: the consequences of speaking carelessly about polar bears in the Central Arctic . 15th Inuit Studies Conference, October 2006, Paris , France .

Keith, D., J. Arqviq and the Kitikmeot Heritage Society 2006. Environmental Change, Polar Bears and Adaptation in the East Kitikmeot : An Initial Assessment. Oslo , Norway and Toronto , ON : World Wildlife Fund Arctic Programme. 49 pp. http://assets.panda.org/downloads/final_1_report_envirochange_polar_bears_and_adaptation.pdf

Lemelin, R.H., D. Clark and R. Brooke 2006. Interdisciplinary wildlife research in national parks and protected areas. International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, June 2 Vancouver, BC.

Lee, D.S. and G.W. Wenzel 2005. Narwhal hunting by Pond Inlet Inuit: an analysis of the foraging mode in the floe-edge environment. Études Inuit Studies 28(2):133-157.

Manseau, M., B. Parlee and B. Ayles 2005. A place for traditional ecological knowledge in resource management. In: F. Berkes et al. (eds), Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North, pp. 141-164. Calgary , AB : University of   Calgary Press.

Mattson,D.J., K.L. Byrd, M.B. Rutherford, S.R. Brown and T.W. Clark 2006. Finding common ground in large carnivore conservation: mapping contending perspectives. Environmental Science and Policy 9:392-405.

Mattson, D.J. and S.G. Clark. People, politics, and cougar management. In: M. Hornocker and S. Negri (eds), Cougar: Ecology and Conservation. Chicago , IL : University of Chicago Press (in press).

McCarthy, J.J., G.K. Hovelsrud et al. 2005. Climate change in the context of multiple stressors and resilience. In: Arctic Climate Impact Assessment: Scientific Report, pp. 945-989. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.

McLoughlin, P., M.K. Taylor and M. Dowsley 2006. Draft Update Status Report on Polar Bears in Canada . Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC), Ottawa , 60 pp.

Nirlungayuk, G. and D.S. Lee  2006. To hunt to live – Inuit qaujimajatuqangit: principles of subsistence, commerce and recreation. International Conference on Recreational Hunting, Conservation and Rural Livelihoods, October, 2006, London , UK .

Nuttall, M., G.W. Wenzel et al. 2005. Hunting, herding, fishing and gathering: indigenous peoples and renewable resource use in the Arctic . In: Arctic Climate Impact Assessment: Scientific Report, pp. 650-690. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.

Pagel, J, T.W. Clark and D. Rohlf 2005. Recovery and the United States Endangered Species Act: overview, experience and recommendations. In: I. J. Peres and M. de Castro (eds), Al borde de la extinction: una vision integral de la recupracion de fauna amenaazada en Espana, pp. 311-330. Valencia, Spain.

Parlee, B., M. Manseau and Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation 2005. Using traditional knowledge to adapt to change: Denesoline monitoring of caribou movements. Arctic 58(1):26-37.

Parlee, B., M. Manseau and Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation 2005. Understanding and communicating about ecological chane: Denesoline indicators of ecosystem health. In: F. Berkes et al. (eds), Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North, pp. 165-188. Calgary, AB: University of Calgary Press.

Parlee, B, F. Berkes and Teetl’it Gwich’in Renewable Resource Council 2006. Indigenous knowledge of ecological variability and commons management: a case study of berry harvesting from northern Canada. Human Ecology 34(4):515-528.  

Pokiak, J. 2005. Sport hunting in the Western Canadian Arctic. In: Conservation Hunting: People and Wildlife in Canada’s North, pp. 22-24. Edmonton, AB: CCI Press.  

Ragen, T.J., H.P. Huntington and G.K. Hovelsrud 2008. Conservation of arctic marine mammals faced with climate change. Ecological Applications 18(2) Supplement: S166-S174.

Slavik, D. 2008. 2007 Polar Bear Hunter Survey. A Survey of American Sports Hunters who Hunted Polar Bear in NWT in 2007. A Report prepared for Industry, Tourism and Investment, Government of the Northwest Territories, Yellowknife, 32 pp.

Stevenson, M.G. 2006. The possibility of difference: rethinking co-management. Human Organization 65(2):167-180.

D. Taylor and T.W. Clark 2005. Management context: people, animals and institutions. In. T.W. Clark et al. (eds), Coexisting with large Carnivores: Lessons from Greater Yellowstone, pp. 28-68. Washington, DC: Island Press.

Tyrrell , M. 2006. Making sense of contaminants: a case study of Arviat, Nunavut. Arctic 59(4):366-377.

Tyrrell, M. 2006. From placelessness to place: an ethnographer’s experience of growing to know places at sea. Worldviews: Environment, Culture, Religion 10(2):220-238.

Tyrrell, M. 2006. More bears, less bears: Inuit and scientific perceptions of polar bear populations on the west coast of Hudson Bay. Études/Inuit/Studies 30(2):191-208.

Tyrrell, M. 2007. Sentient beings and wildlife resources: Inuit, beluga whales and management regimes in the Canadian Arctic. Human Ecology 35(5):575-586.

Tyrrell, M. 2007. Evolving dialogues: Inuit and scientific knowledge of beluga whales. Arctic Frontiers Conference: Policy-Making, January 2007, Tromsø.

Tyrrell, M. 2007. Finding common ground in the co-management of arctic species. 2007 ArcticNet Annual Scientific Meeting, December 2007, Collingwood, Ontario.

Tyrrell, M. 2007. Co-management of beluga whales: the Inuit perspective. First International Workshop on Beluga Whale Research, March 2007, Valencia, Spain.

Tyrrell, M. 2008. Polar bear conservation hunting and sustainable development. Centre for Environment and Development, University of Essex, U.K.

Tyrrell, M. Nunavik Inuit perspectives on beluga whale management. Human Organization (in press).

Wenzel, G.W. 2005. Sharing. In: M. Nuttall (ed), Encyclopedia of the Arctic, pp. 1891-1894. New York and London: Routledge.

Wenzel, G.W. 2005. Nunvut Inuit and polar bear: the cultural politics of the sport hunt. Senri Ethnological Studies 67:363-388.

Wenzel, G.W. 2007. Book Review: Marine Mammals and Northern Cultures. Polar Record 43(2):190-191.

Wenzel, G.W. Sometimes Hunting can seem like Business: Polar Bear Sport Hunting in Nunavut. Edmonton, AB: CCI Press (in press).

Wenzel, G.W. and M. Dowsley 2005. Economic and cultural aspects of polar bear sport hunting in Nunavut, Canada. In: M.M.R. Freeman et al. (eds), Conservation Hunting: People and Wildlife in Canada’s North, pp. 37-45. Edmonton, AB: CCI Press.

Wenzel, G.W., M. Dowsley and K. Trudeau 2005. Polar bear sport hunting in Nunavut, Canada: why it is not a win-win situation for Inuit. Society of Economic Anthropology 2005 Annual Meeting, April 2005, Hanover, NH.

Wilkinson, K., S.G. Clark and W.R. Burch 2007. Other Voices, Other Ways, Better Practices: Bridging Local and Professional Environmental Knowledge. Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Report Number 14.  58 pp.

Wilson, S.M. and S.G. Clark 2007. Resolving human-grizzly bear conflicts: an integrated approach in the common interest. In: Hanna, S. and D.S. Slocombe (eds), Fostering Integration: Conceptual Practice in Resource and Environmental Management, pp. 137-163.  New York, NY: Oxford University Press.  

Wollscheid, K. 2005. Multilateral Environmental Agreements and the future of hunting. In: M.M.R. Freeman et al. (eds), Conservation Hunting: People and Wildlife in Canada’s North, pp. 57-64. Edmonton, AB: CCI Press.


Relevant Articles/ Reviews/ Reports

 

 

Report to Congress: Polar Bears: proposed Listing under the ESA (2008)

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Polar Bear Conservation Issues (2008)

Current Information About Polar Bears in Canada (2008)

IUCN: Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change (2008)  

US Fish & Wildlife Service Proposed Polar Bear ESA Listing (2007)  

US Geological Survey: Polar Bear Reports in Support of CRS: FWS Listing (2007)

Report to Congress: The ESA and “Sound Science” (2007)

Report to Congress: The ESA: Conflicting Values & Difficult Choices (2007

U.S. Proposal to List Polar Bears Worldwide as Threatened  (2007)

Polar Bear a Potent Symbol of Climate Change (2007)

IUCN: Recommendations on Trade and CITES (2007)

IUCN: Policy on Sustainable Use of Biological Resources (2006)

IUCN: Indigenous Peoples’ Issues (2006)

U.S. Range-wide Status Review of Polar Bear  (2006)

Conservation Refugees: When Protecting Nature means kicking People Out (2005)

Polar Bear as a Resource: An Overview (2004)

Polar Bear in Nunavut : Common Property Conflicts (2004)

Applying the Addis Ababa Principles and Guidelines in different contexts (2004) 

Sixth session of the Intergovernmental Committee on Intellectual Property: Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore. Agenda Item 8 (2004)


Guidelines for the Application of Precautionary Principles (2003)

How CBD Promotes the Nature and Human Well Being (2000)

Canada's First National Report to CBD (1998)

African Indaba Newsletter (Current)