2018

  • Bennett, N.J., Kaplan-Hallam, M., Augustine, G., Ban, N., Belhabib, D., Brueckner-Irwin, I., Charles, A., Couture, J., Eger, S.…, & Bailey, M. 2018. Coastal and Indigenous community access to marine resources and the ocean: A policy imperative for Canada. Marine Policy 87: 186-183. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2017.10.023
  • Cundill, G., Harvey, B., Tebboth, M., Cochrane, L., Currie‐Alder, B., Vincent, K., Lawn, J., Nicholls, R.J., Scodanibbio, L., Prakash, A., New, M., Wester, P., Leone, M., Morchain, D., Ludi, E., DeMaria‐Kinney, J., Khan, A.S., and M-E Landry. 2018. Large‐scale transdisciplinary collaboration for adaptation research: Challenges and insights. Global Challenges, 1700132 Doi.org/10.1002/gch2.201700132

  • Khan, A.S., Yi, H., Zhang, L., Yu, X., Mbanzamihigo, E., Umuhumuza, G., Ngoga, T. and A.S. Yevide. 2018. An integrated social-ecological assessment of ecosystem service benefits in the Kagera River Basin in Eastern Africa. Regional Environmental Change, DOI:10.1007/s10113-018-1356-0

  • Cundill, G., Currie-Alder, B., and M. Leone. 2018. Responding to uneven vulnerabilities: A synthesis of emerging insights from climate change hotspots. CARIAA Working Paper no. 22. International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada and UK Aid, London, United Kingdom. Available online at: www.idrc.ca/cariaa

  • Andrews, E.J., Reed, M.G., Jardine, T.D., and T.A. Steelman. 2018. Damming knowledge flows: POWER as a constraint on knowledge pluralism in river flow decision-making in the Saskatchewan River Delta. Society & Natural Resources 3(18): 892-907.
  • Hurlbert, M., and Andrews, E.J. 2018. Deliberative democracy in Canadian watershed governance. Water Alternatives 11(1): 163-186.

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2017

  • Gurney, G.G., Blythe, J., Adams, H., Adger, W.N., Curnock, M., Faulkner, L., James, T., and Marshall, N.A. 2017. Redefining community based on place attachment in a connected world. PNAS. 114(38): 10077-10082 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1712125114.
  • Dias, A.C.E. and Seixas, C.S. 2017. Conservação Ambiental em Paraty, RJ: Desafios para se Colocar a Ciência em Prática. Biodiversidade Brasileira. 7(1): 88-104.
  • Armitage, D., Charles, A., and Berkes, F. (Eds.). 2017. Governing the coastal commons: Communities, resilience and transformation. Routledge, New York.
  • Bavinck, M., Berkes, F., Charles, A., Esteves Dias, A.C., Doubleday, N., Nayak, P., and Sowman, M. 2017. The impact of coastal grabbing on community conservation – a global reconnaissance. Maritime Studies 16(8): 17. DOI: 10.1186/s40152-017-0062-8.
  • Alexander, S.M., Armitage, D., Carrington, P.J., and Bodin, O. 2017. Examining horizontal and vertical social ties to achieve social-ecological fit in an emerging marine reserve network. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 2017: 1-15. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2775.
  • Plummer, R., Baird, J., Dzyundzyak, A., Armitage, D., Bodin, O., and Schultz, L. 2017. Is adaptive co-management delivering? Examining relationships between collaboration, learning and outcomes in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. Ecological Economics 140: 79-88. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.04.028.
  • Whitney, C.K., Bennett, N.J., Ban, N.C., Allison, E.H., Armitage, D., Blythe, J.L., Burt, J.M., Cheung, W., Finkbeiner, E.M., Kaplan-Hallam, M., Perry, I., Turner, N.J., and Yumagulova, L. 2017. Adaptive capacity: from assessment to action in coastal social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society 22(2):22. DOI: 10.5751/ES-09325-22.222
  • Jupiter, S.D., Epstein, G., Ban, N.C., Mangubhai, S., Fox, M., and Cox, M. 2017. A social-ecological systems approach to assessing conservation and fisheries outcomes in Fijian locally managed marine areas. Society & Natural Resources. [online]. DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2017.1315654.
  • Plummer, R., Baird, J., Dzyundzyak, A., Armitage, D., Bodin, O., and Schultz, L. 2017. Is adaptive co-management delivering? Examining relationships between collaboration, learning and outcomes in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. Ecological Economics 140: 79-88. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.04.028.
  • Burch, S., Andrachuk, M., Carey, D., Frantzeskaki, N., Schroeder, H., Mischkowski, N., and Loorbach, D. 2017. Governing and accelerating transformative entrepreneurship: Exploring the potential for small business innovation on urban sustainability transitions. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 22: 26-32. DOI: 10.1016/j.cosust.2017.04.002.
  • Gerlak, A., Heikkila, T., Smolinski, S., Huitema, D., and Armitage, D. 2017. Learning our way out of environmental policy problems: A review of the scholarship. Policy Sciences. [online]. DOI: 10.1007/s11077-017-9278-0.
  • Ban, N.C., Davies, T.E., Aguilera, S.E., Brooks, C., Cox, M., Epstein, G., Evans, L.S., Maxwell, S.M., and Nenadovic, M. 2017. Social and ecological effectiveness of large marine protected areas. Global Environmental Change 43: 82-91. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2017.01.003.

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2016

  • Khan, A., Charles, A., and Armitage, D. 2016. Place-based or sector-based adaptation? A case study of municipal and fishery policy integration. Climate Policy. DOI: 10.1080/14693062.2016.1228520
  • Bennett, N.J., Roth, R., Klain, S.C., Chan, K., Christie, P., Clark, D.A., Cullman, G., Curran, D., Durbin, T.J., Epstein, G., Greenberg, A., Nelson, M.P., Sandlos, J., Stedman, R., Teel, T.L., Thomas, R., Veríssimo, and Wyborn, C. 2016. Conservation social science: Understanding and integrating human dimensions to improve conservation. Biological Conservation. In press. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2016.10.006
  • Blasiak, R., Pittman, J., Yagi, N., and Sugino, H. 2016. Negotiating the use of biodiversity in marine areas beyond national jurisdiction. Frontiers in Marine Science 3: 224. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2016.00224
  • Bennett, N.J., Roth, R., Klain, S.C., Chan, S.M.A., Clark, D.A., Cullman, G., Epstein, G., Nelson, M.P., Stedman, R., Teel, T.L., Thomas, R.E.W., Wyborn, C., Curran, D., Greenberg, A., Sandlos, J., and Verissimo, D. 2016. Mainstreaming the social sciences in conservation. Conservation Biology [online]. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12788
  • Berdej, S. and Armitage, D. 2016. Bridging for better conservation fit in Indonesia’s coastal-marine systems. Frontiers in Marine Science 3: 101. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2016.00101
  • Pittman, J. and Armitage, D. 2016. Governance across the land-sea interface: A systematic review. Environmental Science & Policy 64: 9-17. DOI: 10.1016/j.envsci.2016.05.022
  • Rathwell, K.J. and Armitage, D. 2016. Art and artistic processes bridge knowledge systems about social-ecological change: An empirical examination with Inuit artists from Nunavut, Canada. Ecology and Society 21(2). DOI: 10.5751/ES-08369-210221
  • Cox, M., Villamayor-Tomas, S., Epstein, G., Evans, L., Ban, N.C., Fleischman, F., Nenadovic, M. and Garcia-Lopez, G. 2016. Synthesizing theories of natural resource management and governance. Global Environmental Change 39: 45-56. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2016.04.011
  • Turner, B.L. II., Esler, K.J., Bridgewater, P., Tewksbury, J., Sitas, J.N., Abrahams, B., Chapin, F.S. III, Chowdhury, R.R., Christie, P., Diaz, S., Firth, P., Knapp, C.N., Kramer, J., Leemans, R., Palmer, M., Pietri, D., Pittman, J., Sarukhan, J., Shackleton, R., Seidler, R., van Wilgen, B. and Mooney, H. 2016. Socio-environmental systems (SES) research: what have we learned and how can we use this information in future research programs. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 19: 160-168. DOI: 10.1016/j.cosust.2016.04.001
  • Nenadovic, M. and Epstein, G.. 2016. The relationship of social capital and fishers’ participation
  • in multi-level governance arrangements. Environmental Science & Policy 61: 77-86. DOI: 10.1016/j.envsci.2016.03.023
  • Alexander, S.M., Andrachuk, M. and Armitage, D. 2016. Navigating governance networks for community-based conservation. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14(3): 155-164.DOI: 10.1002/fee.1251.
  • Mamun, A.A., Brook, R.K. and Dyck, T. 2016. Multiple governance and fisheries commons: Investigating the performance of local capacities in rural Bangladesh. International Journal of the Commons 10(1): 45-70. DOI: 10.18352/ijc.568.
  • Pittman, J., Tiessen, H. and Montaña, E. 2016. The evolution of interdisciplinarity over 20 years of global change research by the IAI. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 19: 87-93. DOI: 10.1016/j.cosust.2015.12.004.
  • Berdej, S.M. and Armitage, D.R. 2016. Bridging organizations drive effective governance outcomes for conservation of Indonesia’s marine systems. PLoS ONE 11(1): e0147142. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0147142.
  • Crona, B.I., Basurto, X., Squires, D., Gelcich, S., Daw, T.M.., Khan, A., Havice, E., Chomo, V., Troell, M., Buchary, E.A. and Allison, E.H. 2016. Towards a typology of interactions between small-scale fisheries and global seafood trade. Marine Policy 65: 1-10. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2015.11.016.

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2015

  • Andrachuk, M. and Armitage, D. 2015. Understanding social-ecological change and transformation through community perceptions of system identity. Ecology and Society 20(4): 26. DOI: 10.5751/ES-07759-200426.
  • Armitage, D., de Loë, R.C., Morris, M., Edwards, T.W.D., Gerlak, A.K., Hall, R.I., Huitema, D., Ison, R., Livingstone, D., MacDonald, G., Mirumachi, N., Plummer, R. and Wolfe, B.B. 2015. Science–policy processes for transboundary water governance. Ambio 44(5): 353-366. DOI: 10.1007/s13280-015-0644-x.
  • Nayak, P.K., Armitage, D. and Andrachuk, M. 2015. Power and politics of social-ecological regime shifts in the Chilika lagoon, India and Tam Giang lagoon, Vietnam. Regional Environmental Change [online first]. DOI: 10.1007/s10113-015-0775-4.
  • Alexander, S., Armitage, D. and Charles, A. 2015. Social networks and transitions to co-management in Jamaican marine reserves and small-scale fisheries. Global Environmental Change 35: 213-225. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0959378015300376
  • Hind, E.J., Alexander, S.M., Green, S.J., Kritzer, J.P., Sweet, M.J., Johnson, A., Amargós, F.P., Smith, N.S. and Peterson, A.M. 2015. Fostering effective international collaboration for marine science in small island states. Frontiers in Marine Science. 2:86. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fmars.2015.00086/full
  • Berdej, S., Andrachuk, M. and Armitage, D. 2015. Conservation narratives and their implications in the Coral Triangle Initiative. Conservation & Society 13(2): 212-220. http://www.conservationandsociety.org/text.asp?2015/13/2/212/164208
  • May, B. 2015. From informant to actor to leader: social-ecological inventories as a catalyst for leadership development in participatory community climate change adaptation. In K. O’Brien and E. Selboe (Eds.), The Adaptive Challenge of Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, New York. pp. 230-251. [book information]
  • Rathwell, K.J., Armitage, D. and Berkes, F. 2015. Bridging knowledge systems to enhance governance of environmental commons: a typology of settings. The Commons Journal 9: 2. http://www.thecommonsjournal.org/index.php/ijc/article/view/584/508
  • Dyck, T., Plummer, R. and Armitage, D.. 2015. Examining First Nations’ approach to protecting water resources using a multi-barrier approach to safe drinking water in Southern Ontario, Canada. Canadian Water Resources Journal / Revue Canadienne Des Ressources Hydriques 40(2): 204–223. http://doi.org/10.1080/07011784.2015.1033759
  • Mamun, A.A. 2015. Capacity development through co-management: investigating approaches and their effectiveness in developing local capacities in rural Banladesh. Fisheries and Aquaculture Journal 6: 126. DOI: 10.4172/2150-3508.1000126
  • Armitage, D., Alexander, S., Andrachuk, M., Berdej, S., Dyck, T., Nayak, P.K., Pittman, J. and Rathwell, K.. 2015. Emerging concepts in adaptive management. In C.R. Allen and A.S. Garmestani (Eds.), Adaptive Management of Social-ecological Systems. Springer, Netherlands. pp.235-254. http://www.springer.com/us/book/9789401796811
  • Epstein, G., Pittman, J., Alexander, S.M., Berdej, S., Dyck, T., Kreitmair, U., Rathwell, K.J., Villamayor-Tomas, S., Vogt, J. and Armitage, D. 2015. Institutional fit and the sustainability of social–ecological systems. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 14: 34-40. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877343515000275
  • Nayak, P. K. 2015. Institutional Pluralism, Multilevel Arrangements and Polycentricism: The Case of Chilika Lagoon, India. In: M. Bavinck A. and A. Jyotishi (eds.) Conflict, Negotiations and Natural Resource Management: A legal pluralism perspective from India. London: Routledge. [book link]
  • Khan, A. and Amelie, V. 2015. Assessing climate change readiness in Seychelles: implications for ecosystem-based adaptation mainstreaming and marine spatial planning. Regional Environmental Change 15(4): 721-733. DOI: 10.1007/s10113-014-0662-4.
  • Khan, A. and Sesay, S. 2015. Seafood insecurity, bush meat consumption, and public health emergency in West Africa: Did we miss the early warning signs of an Ebola epidemic?. Maritime Studies 14(3). [open access pdf].
  • Alexander, S. 2015. Networks of marine protected areas – the contributions of a social relational network perspective. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 24(6): 739-741. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2532.
  • Pittman, J., Armitage, D., Alexander, S., Campbell, D. and Alleyne, M. 2015. Governance fit for climate change in a Caribbean coastal-marine context. Marine Policy 51: 486–498. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0308597X14002255
  • Lowitt, K., Mount, P., Khan, A. and Clement, C. 2015. Governing challenges for local food systems: Emerging lessons from agriculture and fisheries. In A. Anderson, J. Brady and C.Z. Levkoe (Eds.). Conversations in Food Studies: Working the Edges. University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg.
  • Khan, A.S. and Sei, S. 2015. The co-governance of fisheries in post-conflict Sierra Leone: Is the transition for better or for worse? In S. Jentoft and R. Chuenpagdee (Eds.). Interactive Governance for Small-scale Fisheries: Global Reflections. MARE Publication Series. Springer, Amsterdam.

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2014

  • Nayak, P. K., Oliveira, L.E. and Berkes, F. 2014. Resource degradation, marginalization, and poverty in small-scale fisheries: threats to social-ecological resilience in India and Brazil. Ecology and Society 19(2): 73. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-06656-190273
  • Nayak., P. K. and Berkes, F. 2014. Linking global drivers with local and regional change: A social-ecological system approach in Chilika Lagoon, Bay of Bengal. Regional Environmental Change 14(6): 2067-2078.
  • Khan, A.S. and Chuenpagdee, R. 2014. Interactive governance and fish chain approach to fisheries rebuilding: A case study of the Northern Gulf cod fisheries in Eastern Canada. Ambio. 43: 600-613.
  • Campbell, I.D., Durant D.G., Hunter, K.L. and Hyatt, K.D. 2014: Food Production (Contributing authors: Cook, D., Corkal, D.R., Diaz, H.P., Howard, A., Hulbert, M., Khan, A., Lowitt, K., Marchildon, G.P., and D.J. Sauchyn). In F.J. Warren and D.S. Lemmen (Eds.). Canada in a Changing Climate: Sector Perspectives on Impacts and Adaptation. Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON, p. 99-134. http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/sites/www.nrcan.gc.ca/files/earthsciences/pdf/assess/2014/pdf/Chapter4-Food-Production_Eng.pdf
  • Dupont, D., Waldner, C., Bharadwaj, L., Plummer, R., Carter, B., Cave, K. and Zagozewski, R. 2014. Drinking water management: Health risk perceptions and choices in First Nations and non-First Nations communities in Canada. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 11: 5889-5903. http://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/11/6/5889
  • Alexander, S. and Armitage, D. 2014. A social relational network perspective for MPA science. Conservation Letters 8(1): 1-13. DOI: 10.1111/conl.12090
  • Nayak, P. K. 2014. The Chilika Lagoon social-ecological system: an historical analysis. Ecology and Society. 19(1): 1. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-05978-190101

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2013

  • Weeratunge, N., Bene, C., Siriwardane, R., Charles, A., Johnson, D., Allison, E.H., Nayak, P.K. and Badjeck, M. 2013. Small-scale fisheries through the wellbeing lens. Fish and Fisheries 15(2): 255-279.
  • Wesche, S. and Armitage, D. 2013. Qualitative scenarios for understanding regional environmental change in the Canadian North. Regional Environmental Change. DOI 10.1007/s10113-013-0537-0. [Open Access pdf]
  • Armitage, D. and Marschke, M. 2013. Assessing the future of small-scale fishery systems in coastal Vietnam and the implications for policy. Environmental Science and Policy 27: 184-194.
  • May, B.K. 2013. Power, contextual intelligence and leadership: research approaches for understanding participatory community climate change adaptation. Environmental Sustainability Research Centre (ESRC), Brock University, Working Paper, ESRC-2013-002. https://dr.library.brocku.ca/handle/10464/5120
  • Fresque-Baxter, J.A. 2013. Participatory photography as a means to explore young people’s experiences of water resource change. Indigenous Policy Journal. XXIII (4).
  • Plummer, R., Armitage, D. and de Loë, R. 2013. Adaptive co-management and its relationship to environmental governance. Ecology and Society. 18(1): 21. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-05383-180121
  • Plummer, R., de Grosbois, D., Armitage, D. and de Loë, R. 2013. An integrative assessment of water vulnerability in First Nation communities in Southern Ontario, Canada. Global Environmental Change. 23(4): 749–763.

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2012

  • Armitage, D., Bene, C., Charles, T., Johnson, D. and E. Allison. 2012. The interplay of wellbeing and resilience in applying a social-ecological perspective. Ecology and Society. 17(4): 15. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-04940-170415
  • Plummer, R., Crona, B., Armitage, D., Olsson, P., Tengö, M. and Yudina, O. 2012. Adaptive co-management: A systematic review and analysis. Ecology and Society. 17(3): 11. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-04952-170311
  • Plummer, R., de Loë, R. and Armitage, D. 2012. A systematic review of water vulnerability assessment instruments. Water Resources Management. 26: 4327–4346.
  • Larsen, R.K., Swartling, A.G., Powell, N., May, B., Plummer, R., Simonsson, L. and Osbeck, M. 2012. A framework for facilitating dialogue between policy planners and local climate change adaptation professionals: Cases from Sweden, Canada and Indonesia. Environmental Science & Policy. 23: 12-23.
  • Andrachuk, M. and Smit, B. 2012. Community-based vulnerability assessment of Tuktoyaktuk, NWT, Canada to environmental and socio-economic changes. Regional Environmental Change. 12(4): 867-885.
  • Armitage, D., de Loe, R. and Plummer, R. 2012. Environmental governance and its implications for conservation practice. Conservation Letters. 5(2012): 245-255.
  • Fresque-Baxter, J. and Armitage, D. 2012. Place identity and climate change adaptation: a synthesis and framework for understanding. WIREs Climate Change. 3:251–266.
  • Marschke, M., Armitage, D., Van An, L., Van Tuyen, T. and Mallee, H. 2012. Do collective property rights make sense? Insights from central Vietnam. International Journal of the Commons. 6(1): 1–27.
  • Rathwell, K. and Peterson, G. 2012. Connecting social networks with ecosystem services for watershed governance: a social-ecological network perspective highlights the critical role of bridging organizations. Ecology and Society. 17(2): 24. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-04810-170224

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2011

  • Armitage, D., Berkes, F., Dale, A., Kocho-Schellenberg, E. and Patton, E. 2011. Co-management and the co-production of knowledge: learning to adapt in Canada’s Arctic. Global Environmental Change. 21: 995-1004.
  • Armitage, D., Marschke, M. and Truong Van T. 2011. Early-stage transformation of coastal marine governance in Vietnam? Marine Policy. 35: 703-711.
  • Bullock, R., Armitage, D., and Mitchell, B. 2011. Shadow networks, social learning and collaborating through crisis: Building resilient forest-based communities in northern Ontario, Canada. In B. Goldstein (Ed). Collaborative Resilience: Moving Through Crisis to Opportunity. The MIT Press, Cambridge. pp.309-337.
  • Cave, K., General, P., Johnston, J., May, B., McGregor. D., Plummer, R. and Wilson, P. 2011. The power of participatory dialogue: why talking about climate change matters. Indigenous Policy Journal. XXII(13): 10.
  • May, B. and Plummer, R. 2011. Accommodating the challenges of climate change adaptation and governance in conventional risk management: adaptive collaborative risk management (ACRM). Ecology and Society. 16(1): 47. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol16/iss1/art47/
  • Dale, A. and Armitage, D. 2011. Marine mammal co-management in Canada’s Arctic: Knowledge co-production for learning and adaptive capacity. Marine Policy. 35(4): 440-449.

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2010

  • Armitage, D. and Plummer, R. (Eds.). 2010. Adaptive Capacity and Environmental Governance. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg.
  • Armitage, D. and Plummer, R. 2010. Adapting and transforming: Governance for navigating change. In Armitage, D. and R. Plummer (Eds.). Adaptive Capacity and Environmental Governance. Springer, Berlin. pp. 287-302.
  • Berkes, F. and Armitage, D. 2010. Co-Management Institutions, Knowledge and Learning: Adapting to Change in the Arctic. Etudes Inuit Studies. 34(1).
  • Brock, B., Martin, M., Mongeon, C., Sokal, M., Wesche, S., Armitage, D., Wolfe, B., Hall, R., Edwards, T. 2010. Flood frequency variability during the past 80 years in the Slave River Delta, NWT, as determined from multi-proxy paleolimnological analysis. Canadian Water Resources Journal. 35: 281-300.
  • Mamun, A.A. 2010. Understanding the value of local ecological knowledge and practices for habitat restoration in human-altered floodplain systems: a case from Bangladesh. Environmental Management. 45: 922-938.
  • Plummer, R. and Armitage, D. 2010. Integrating perspectives on adaptive capacity and environmental governance. In Armitage, D. and R. Plummer (Eds.). Adaptive Capacity and Environmental Governance. Springer, Berlin. Pp. 1-22.
  • Truong Van, T., Armitage, D. and M. Marschke. 2010. Livelihoods and Co-Management in the Tam Giang Lagoon, Vietnam. Ocean and Coastal Management. 53: 327-335.
  • Wesche, S. and Armitage, D. 2010. ‘As long as the sun shines, the rivers flow and grass grows’: Vulnerability, adaptation and environmental change in Deninu Kue Traditional Territory, Northwest Territories. In Hoveslrud, G. and B. Smit (Eds.). Community Adaptation and Vulnerability in Arctic Regions. Springer, Berlin.
  • Wesche, S. and Armitage, D. 2010. From the Inside Out: A Multi-Scale Analysis of Adaptive Capacity in a Northern Community and the Governance Implications. In Armitage, D. and R. Plummer (Eds.). Adaptive Capacity and Environmental Governance. Springer, Berlin. Pp. 107-132.

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2009

  • Armitage, D., Plummer, R., Berkes, F., Arthur, R., Charles, A., Davidson-Hunt, I., Diduck, A., Doubleday, N., Johnson, D., Marschke, M., McConney, P., Pinkerton, E. and Wollenberg, L. 2009. Adaptive co-management for social-ecological complexity. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 7(2): 95-102.
  • Mamun, A.A. and Haque, C.E. Understanding culture-based fisheries: an assessment of a community-managed beel fisheries in Bangladesh. Asian Fisheries Science. 21: 257-273.

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2008

  • Armitage, D. 2008. Governance and the Commons in a Multi-Level World. International Journal of the Commons. 2(1): 7-32.
  • Armitage, D., Marschke, M. and Plummer, R. 2008. Adaptive Co-Management and the Paradox of Learning. Global Environmental Change. 18(1): 86-98.

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2007

  • Armitage, D. 2007. Building Resilient Livelihoods through Adaptive Co-Management: The Role of Adaptive Capacity. In Armitage, D., Berkes, F. and Doubleday. (Eds.). 2007. Adaptive Co-Management: Collaboration, Learning and Multi-Level Governance. UBC Press, Vancouver.
  • Armitage, D., Berkes, F. and Doubleday, N. (Eds.). 2007. Adaptive Co-Management: Collaboration, Learning and Multi-Level Governance. UBC Press, Vancouver.
  • Armitage, D., Berkes, F. and Doubleday, N. 2007. Introduction: Moving beyond co-management. In Armitage, D., Berkes, F. and Doubleday. (Eds.). 2007. Adaptive Co-Management: Collaboration, Learning and Multi-Level Governance. UBC Press, Vancouver.
  • Armitage, D. and Tam, C.-L. 2007. A Political Ecology of Sustainable Livelihoods in Coastal Sulawesi, Indonesia. Canadian Journal of Development Studies. 28(1): 43-61.
  • Berkes, F., Armitage, D. and Doubleday, N. 2007. Synthesis: Adapting, Innovating, Evolving. In Armitage, D., Berkes, F. and Doubleday. (Eds.). 2007. Adaptive Co-Management: Collaboration, Learning and Multi-Level Governance. UBC Press, Vancouver.
  • Plummer, R. and Armitage, D. 2007. A resilience-based framework for evaluating adaptive co-management: Linking ecology, economy and society in a complex world. Ecological Economics. 61(1): 62-74.
  • Plummer, R. and Armitage, D. 2007. Charting the new territory of adaptive co-management: a Delphi study. Ecology and Society. 12(2): 10. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol12/iss2/art10/
  • Plummer, R. and Armitage, D. 2007. Crossing Boundaries, Crossing Scales: The Evolution of Environment and Resource Co-Management: Geography Compass. 1 (4), 834–849.
  • Wolfe, B., Armitage, D., Wesche, S., B. Brock, M. Sokal, K. Clogg-Wright, C. Mongeon, M. Adam, R Hall and Edwards, T. 2007. From Isotopes to TK Interviews: Towards Interdisciplinary Research in Fort Resolution and the Slave River Delta, NWT. Arctic. 60(1): 75-87.

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2006

  • Armitage, D. and Johnson, D. 2006. Can resilience be reconciled with globalization and the increasingly complex conditions of resource degradation in Asian coastal regions? Ecology and Society. 11 (1): 2. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss1/art2/
  • Wesche, S. and Armitage, D. 2006. Adapting to environmental change in a northern delta system: emerging insights from a collaborative research project. In Riewe, R. and J. Oakes (Eds.). Climate Change: Linking Traditional and Scientific Knowledge. Winnipeg, Canada: Aboriginal Issues Press. Pp.165-184.

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2005

  • Armitage, D. 2005. Adaptive Capacity and Community-Based Natural Resource Management. Environmental Management. 35(6): 703-715.
  • Armitage, D. 2005. Collaborative Environmental Assessment in the Northwest Territories, Canada. Environmental Impact Assessment Review. 25(3): 239-258.
  • Armitage, D. 2005. Community-Based Narwhal Management in Nunavut, Canada: Change, Uncertainty and Adaptation. Society and Natural Resources. 18(8). 715-731.
  • Armitage, D. 2005. (Re)Constructing Conservation Practice. In Shrubsole, D. and Watson, N. (Eds.). Sustaining Our Future: Reflections on Environment, Economy and Society. Department of Geography Publications, University of Waterloo. Waterloo, Canada. Pp. 1-40.
  • Armitage, D. 2005. Environmental Impact Assessment in Canada’s Northwest Territories: Integration, Collaboration and the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act. In Hanna, K.S. (Ed.). Environmental Impact Assessment: Practice and Participation. Oxford University Press, Oxford and Toronto.
  • Armitage, D. and Clark, D. 2005. Issues, Priorities and Research Directions for Oceans Management in Canada’s North. In Berkes, F., Huebert, R. Fast, H., Manseau, M. and A. Diduck. Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North. Arctic Institute of North America and University of Calgary Press, Calgary. Pp. 337-362.
  • Armitage, D. and Rizal, A. 2005.Collaborative Management in the Coastal Zone of Banawa Selatan, Central Sulawesi: Adat Practices, Institutions and the Regional Autonomy Process. In S. Wismer, S., T. Babcock and B. Nurkin (Eds.). 2005. From Sky to Sea: Environment and Development in Sulawesi. Department of Geography Publications, University of Waterloo. Waterloo, Ontario. Pp. 227-264.
  • Berkes, F., Bankes, N., Armitage, D., Marschke, M., and Clark, D. 2005. Cross-Scale Institutions and Building Resilience in the Canadian North. In Berkes, F., Huebert, R. Fast, H., Manseau, M. and A. Diduck. Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North. Arctic Institute of North America and University of Calgary Press, Calgary. Pp. 225-248.
  • Diduck, A., Bankes, N., Clark, D. and Armitage, D. 2005. Unpacking social learning in social-ecological systems: case studies of polar bear and narwhal management in northern Canada. In Berkes, F., Huebert, R. Fast, H., Manseau, M. and A. Diduck. Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North. Arctic Institute of North America and University of Calgary Press, Calgary. Pp. 269-290.

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2004

  • Armitage D. 2004. Nature-Society Dynamics, Policy Narratives and Ecosystem Management: Integrating Perspectives on Upland Change and Complexity in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Ecosystems. 7(7): 717-728.

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2003

  • Armitage, D. 2003. Traditional agro-ecological knowledge, adaptive management and the socio-politics of conservation in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Environmental Conservation. 30(1): 79-90.

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2002

  • Armitage, D. 2002. Socio-Institutional Dynamics and the Political Ecology of Mangrove Forest Conservation in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Global Environmental Change. 12(3): 203-217.

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Edited books:

Governing the Coastal Commons book cover.2017

Adaptive Capacity and Environmental Governance book cover.2010

Adaptive Co-Management book cover.2007

Chapter contributions to:

Community Adaptation and Vulnerability in Arctic Regions book cover.2010

From Sky to Sea book cover.2005

Breaking Ice book cover.2005