Address3050A Huntingdon Court
InterestsLife Science, Social Science, Interdisciplinary Research, Indigenous Knowledge
wildlife management, population ecology, wildlife, indigenous ecological knowledge, human/environment interaction
Long-term population fluctuations and ecology of arctic wildlife. Human dimensions and indigenous knowledge of arctic environments, and integration with scientific research. Arctic wildlife management. Climate change impacts on wildlife. Multi-scale spatial and temporal ecology. Seasonal migrations and long-term population shifts, physical condition, foraging habits, etc. Community-based wildlife monitoring. Development of wildlife research and management priorities and guidelines based on consensus with local and regional Inuit communities. Indigenous conserved areas, customary practices and governance.