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Fostering Adaptive Capacity and Resilience to Environmental Change in Sub-Arctic First Nations: The Use of Collaborative Geomatics, an Interactive, Web-based Informatics Tool
(University of Waterloo, 2011-04-29)
The Western James Bay region of northern Ontario (the Mushkegowuk Territory) is home to some of Canada’s largest wetlands and most pristine ecosystems. This region is also home to approximately 10,000 Omushekgo Cree who ...
The Challenges and Opportunities Associated with Climate Change for First Nations Living in the Canadian Subarctic
(University of Waterloo, 2017-06-29)
Background: The impacts of climate change are more pronounced in high latitude regions of the world, which includes the Canadian arctic and subarctic. Warming events are triggering widespread ecological and social impacts ...