Past graduate students

  • Mark Andrachuk (PhD), 2017. Pathways for Social-ecological Transformation in the Cau Hai Lagoon, Vietnam
  • Thomas Dyck (PhD), 2017. First Nations and adaptive water governance in Southern Ontario, Canada (co-supervised with Dr. R. Plummer)
  • Cheryl Chan (MES), 2017. Ecosystem services and social wellbeing linkages: The impact of a marine protected area in Bluefields, Jamaica
  • Fatima (Noori) Khan, 2017. Women and environmental change: A case study of small-scale fisheries in Chilika Lagoon
  • Samantha Berdej (PhD), 2017. Bridging organizations to improve conservation fit in the Coral Triangle
  • Alvin Thompson (PhD), 2016. Towards new perspectives in integrated coastal management: Prospects for responding to changes affecting coastal area tourism systems (co-supervised with Dr. J. Wandel)
  • Kaitlyn Rathwell (PhD), 2016. Examining the potential of Inuit art and artistic processes to facilitate knowledge system bridging about environmental change
  • Jeremy Pittman (PhD), 2016. Governance across the land-sea interface
  • Steven Alexander (PhD), 2015. The ties that bind: Connections, patterns, and possibilities for Marine Protected Areas
  • Stefanie Kibsey (MES), 2015. Science-Policy linkages at the International Joint Commission
  • Ashok Selvaraj (MES), 2015. Social-ecological system change and adaptation: a case of Chilika lagoon small-scale fishery, India
  • Shandel Brown (MES), 2015. “We have the best life there ever was”: Linking sense of place and adaptive capacity in Nova Scotia’s coastal communities
  • Jennifer Fresque-Baxter (PhD), 2014. ‘Water is life’: Exploring the relationship between place identity, water, and adaptive capacity in Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories, Canada
  • Blair Carter (MES), 2014. Water and Social Well-Being in the Northwest Territories
  • Abdullah-Al Mamun (PhD), 2013. Co-management and Community-Based Organizations: Issues of Participation, Capacity Building, and Sustainability of Local Institutions in Fisheries Systems of Bangladesh (co-supervised with Dr. S. Slocombe)
  • Sheri Longboat (PhD), 2012. First Nation Water Security and Collaborative Governance: Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation, Ontario, Canada
  • Samantha M. Berdej (MES), 2011. Agreements on Conservation in Lore Lindu National Park, Sulawesi, Indonesia (co-supervised with Dr. S. Slocombe)
  • Ryan Bullock (PhD), 2010. A Critical Frame Analysis of Northern Ontario’s ‘Forestry Crisis’ (co-supervised with Dr. B. Mitchell)
  • Sonia Wesche (PhD), 2009. Exploring Indigenous Understandings of Environmental Change and Adaptation in the Slave River Delta, Northwest Territories (co-supervised with Dr. S. Slocombe)
  • Wilf Tschirhart (PhD), 2009. Toward a Holistic Approach to the Conservation Management of Southern Ontario’s Small Protected Areas (co-supervised with Dr. S. Slocombe)
  • Rob Pietrzak (MES), 2009. Forestry-Based Livelihoods in Central Vietnam: An Examination of the Acacia Commodity Chain (A Case from Thua Thien Hue Province, Vietnam)
  • Aaron Dale (MES), 2009. Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit and Adaptive Co-Management: A Case Study of Narwhal Co-Management in Arctic Bay, Nunavut
  • Melanie Venne (MES), 2007. An Analysis of the Social Aspects of Forest Stewardship Council Forest Certification in Three Ontario Case Studies (co-supervised with Dr. K. Hanna)