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2014


  1. Robson, J.P., and R. Wiest 2014. Transnational Migration, Customary Governance, and the Future of Community: A Case Study from Oaxaca, Mexico. Volume 41 Issue 3 May 2014 pp. 102 - 116. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0094582X13506689
  2. Frey, J. and F. Berkes 2014. Can partnerships and community-based conservation reverse the decline of coral reef social-ecological systems? The case of ornamental fisheries of Bali, Indonesia. International Journal of the Commons 8(1) http://www.thecommonsjournal.org/index.php/ijc/article/view/408/371
  3. Deb, A.K. and C.E. Haque 2014. Beyond the lens of 'peasantry': theoretical basis of 'fishantry' as a distinct social domain (part 1). International Journal of Social Science Research 2: 77-101. doi:10.5296/ijssr.v2i1.4887 http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijssr.v2i1.4887
  4. Deb, A.K., C.E. Haque and S. Thompson 2014. 'Man can't give birth, woman can't fish': gender dynamics in the small-scale fisheries of Bangladesh. Gender, Place and Culture http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0966369X.2013.855626

2013


  1. Nayak, P. and F. Berkes 2013. Linking global drivers with local and regional change: a social-ecological system approach in Chilika Lagoon, Bay of Bengal. Regional Environmental Change. DOI 10.1007/s10113-012-0369-3
  2. Zurba, M. and F. Berkes 2013. Caring for country through participatory art: Creating a boundary object for communicating Indigenous knowledge and values. Local Environment http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13549839.2013.792051
  3. Zurba, M. 2013. Leveling the playing field: Fostering collaborative governance towards on-going reconciliation. Environmental Policy and Governance. Wiley Online DOI: 10.1002/eet.163.
  4. Robson, J.P., A.J. Sinclair, I.J. Davidson-Hunt and A.P. Diduck 2013. What's in a name? The search for 'common ground' in Kenora, Northwestern Ontario. Journal of Public Deliberation. 9 (2),Article 7. http://www.publicdeliberation.net/jpd/vol9/iss2/art7
  5. Robson, J.P. and R. Wiest 2013. Transnational migration, customary governance, and the future of community: A case study from Oaxaca, Mexico. Latin American Perspectives. DOI: 10.1177/0094582X13506689
  6. Turner, N.J., F. Berkes, J. Stephenson and J. Dick 2013. Blundering intruders: extraneous impacts on two Indigenous food systems. Human Ecology 41: 563-574.
  7. Boillat, S., and F. Berkes 2013. Perception and interpretation of climate change among Quechua farmers of Bolivia: indigenous knowledge as a resource for adaptive capacity. Ecology and Society 18(4): 21. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-05894-180421
  8. Davidson-Hunt, I. J., C. J. Idrobo, R. D. Pengelly, and O. Sylvester 2013. Anishinaabe adaptation to environmental change in northwestern Ontario: a case study in knowledge coproduction for nontimber forest products. Ecology and Society 18(4): 44. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-06001-180444
  9. Miller, A. M., and I. Davidson-Hunt 2013. Agency and resilience: teachings of Pikangikum First Nation elders, northwestern Ontario. Ecology and Society 18(3): 9.
  10. Trimble, M. and F. Berkes 2013. Participatory research towards co-management: lessons from artisanal fisheries in coastal Uruguay. Journal of Environmental Management. 128: 768-778.
  11. Kofinas, G., D. Clark, G.K. Hovelsrud, L. Alessa, H. Amundsen, M. Berman, F. Berkes, F.S. Chapin III, B. Forbes, J. Ford, C. Gerlach and J. Olsen 2013. Adaptive and transformative capacity. Chapter 5 of Arctic Resilience Interim Report. Arctic Council, pp. 73-93.
  12. Lejano, R.P., J. Tavares-Reager and F. Berkes 2013.Climate and narrative: environmental knowledge in everyday life. Environmental Science & Policy 31: 61-70.
  13. Marin, A. and F. Berkes 2013. Local people's accounts of climate change: to what extent are they influenced by the media? Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews Climate Change 4: 1-8.
  14. Leite, M. and M.A. Gasalla 2013. A method for assessing fishers' ecological knowledge as a practical tool for ecosystem-based fisheries management: seeking a consensus in southern Brazil. Fisheries Research 145: 43-53.
  15. Hanazaki, N., F. Berkes, C.S. Seixas and N. Peroni 2013. Livelihood Diversity, food security and resilience among the Caiçara of coastal Brazil. Human Ecology 41: 152-164.
  16. Boillat, S., E. Serrano, S. Rist and F. Berkes 2013. The importance of place names in the search for ecosystem-like concepts in indigenous societies: An example from the Bolivian Andes. Environmental Management 51: 663-678.
  17. Berkes, F. 2013. Religious traditions and biodiversity. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Second Edition, Volume 6, pp. 380-388. Academic Press, Waltham MA.
  18. Berkes, F. 2013. Poverty reduction isn't just about money: community perceptions of conservation benefits. In: Biodiversity Conservation and Poverty Alleviation (D. Roe, J. Elliott, C. Sandbrook and M. Walpole, eds.) Wiley, London, pp. 270-285.
  19. Berkes, F. and H. Ross 2013. Community resilience: toward an integrated approach. Society and Natural Resources 26: 5-20.
  20. Trimble, M. and D. Johnson 2013. Artisanal fishing as an undesirable way of life? Marine Policy 37: 37-44.
  21. Robson, J.P. and G. Lichtenstein. 2013. Current trends in Latin American commons research. Journal of Latin American Geography 12(1): 5-31 [pdf]

 

2012

Peloquin, C. 2012. Turbulences et complexité environnementale: points de vue de l'écologie culturelle crie. In: Les Autochtones et la Modernité (A. Beaulieu and S.Bereau, eds.) Montreal, pp. 91-111. [pdf]

1. Berkes, F., N.C. Doubleday and G.S. Cumming 2012 . Aldo Leopold's land health from a resilience point of view: Self-renewal capacity of social-ecological systems. EcoHealth 9: 278-287.

2. Berkes, F. 2012 . Implementing ecosystem-based management: evolution or revolution? Fish and Fisheries 13: 465-476.

3. Marin, A. y S. Gelcich 2012 . Gobernanza y capital social en el comanejo de recursos bentonicos en Chile [Governance and social capital in the co-management of benthic resources in Chile]. Cultura-Hombre-Sociedad 22: 131-153.

4. Pengally, R. and I. Davidson-Hunt 2012 . Partnership towards NTFP development: perspectives from Pikangikum First Nation. Journal of Enterprising Communities 6: 230-250.

5. Davidson-Hunt, I.J., K.L. Turner, A. Te pareake Mead, J. Cabrera-Lopez, R. Bolton, C.J. Idrobo, I. Miretsky, A. Morrison and J.P. Robson 2012. Biocultural design: a new conceptual framework for sustainable development in rural indigenous and local communities. SAPIENS 5(2):33-45. http://sapiens.revues.org/

6. Turner, K.L., F. Berkes, and N.J. Turner 2012. Indigenous perspectives on ecotourism development: a British Columbia case study. Journal of Enterprising Communities 6: 213-229.

7. Idrobo, C.J. and F. Berkes 2012. Pangnirtung Inuit and the Greenland shark: Co-producing knowledge of a little discussed species. Human Ecology 40: 405-414.

8. Idrobo, C.J. and I.J. Davidson-Hunt 2012. Adaptive learning, technological innovation and livelihood diversification: the adoption of pound nets in Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil. Maritime Studies 11 (3): 1-22.

9. Zurba, M., H. Ross, A. Izurieta, P. Rist, E. Bock and F. Berkes 2012. Building co-management as a process: problem solving through partnerships in Aboriginal country, Australia. Environmental Management 49: 1130-1142.

10. Zurba, M., D. Islam, D. Smith and S. Thompson 2012. Food and healing: an urban community food security assessment for the North End of Winnipeg. Urban Research and Practice 5 (2): 284-289.

11. Berkes, F . 2012. Sacred Ecology. Third Edition. Routledge, New York. 363 pp.

12. Haque, C.E. and D. Etkin , eds. 2012. Disaster Risk and Vulnerability: Mitigation through Mobilizing Communities and Partnerships. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal. 300 pp.

13. Haque, C.E. and D. Etkin 2012. Dealing with disaster risk and vulnerability: People, community, and resilience perspectives. In: Disaster Risk and Vulnerability (C.E. Haque and D. Etkin, eds.) McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, pp. 3-23.

14. Berkes, F . 2012. Understanding uncertainty and reducing vulnerability: lessons from resilience thinking. In: Disaster Risk and Vulnerability (C.E. Haque and D. Etkin, eds.) McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, pp. 27-44.

15. Gardner, J.S. and J. Dekens 2012. Mountain hazards and the resilience of social-ecological systems: Examples from India and Canada. In: Disaster Risk and Vulnerability (C.E. Haque and D. Etkin, eds.) McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, pp. 108-136.

16. Haque, C.E., M.E. Khan, M.S. Uddin and S.R. Chowdhury 2012. Disaster management and public policies in Bangladesh: Institutional partnerships in cyclone hazards mitigation and response. In: Disaster Risk and Vulnerability (C.E. Haque and D. Etkin, eds.) McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, pp. 154-182.

17. Chowdhury, P.D., C.E. Haque and G. Smith 2012. Public and expert knowledge and perception of climate change-induced disaster risk: Canadian Prairie perspectives. In: Disaster Risk and Vulnerability (C.E. Haque and D. Etkin, eds.) McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, pp. 200-234.

18. Davidson-Hunt, I.J., N. Deutsch and A.M. Miller 2012. Pimachiowin Aki Cultural Landscape Atlas: Land that Gives Life. Pimachiowin Aki Corporation, Winnipeg. 156 pp.

19. Marschke, M. 2012. Life, Fish and Mangroves. Resource Governance in Coastal Cambodia. University of Ottawa Press, Ottawa. 179 pp. [based in part on M. Marschke's 2005 NRI thesis] http://www.ruor.uottawa.ca/en/handle/10393/20676 For open-access book, follow link: Life, Fish and Mangroves.pdf 

20. Premauer, J. and F. Berkes 2012. Colombia: Makuira, the cosmological centre of origin for the Wayúu people. In: Protected Landscapes and Wild Biodiversity (N. Dudley and S. Stolton, eds.) International Conservation Union and GTZ, Gland, Switzerland, pp. 53-60.

21. Duran, E., J. Robson, M. Briones-Salas, D.B. Bray and F. Berkes 2012. Mexico: Wildlife conservation on community conserved lands in Oaxaca. In: Protected Landscapes and Wild Biodiversity (N. Dudley and S. Stolton, eds.) International Conservation Union and GTZ, Gland, Switzerland, pp. 71-82.  

22. Pawlowska, A. 2012. Canada: Reconceptualising wildlife conservation at Poplar River First Nation, Manitoba. In: Protected Landscapes and Wild Biodiversity (N. Dudley and S. Stolton, eds.) International Conservation Union and GTZ, Gland, Switzerland, pp. 91-98.  

23. Johansson, K. and M. Manseau 2012. Inuit safety culture and its relevance to safety management in Auyittuq National Park. Society and Natural Resources 25: 176-190.  

24. Marín, A., S. Gelcich, J.C. Castilla and F. Berkes 2012. Exploring s ocial capital in Chile's coastal benthic comanagement system using a network approach. Ecology & Society 17 (1): 13. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol17/iss1/art13/

 

2011

 

1. Robinson, L.W. and F. Berkes 2011 . Multi-level participation for building adaptive capacity: formal agency - community interactions in northern Kenya. Global Environmental Change 21: 1185-1194.

2. Turner, K.L. and C.P.H. Bitonti 2011. Conservancies in British Columbia, Canada: bringing together protected areas and First Nations? interests. International Indigenous Policy Journal 2 (2) Available online http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/iipj/vol2/iss2/3/.

3. Steneck, R.S., T.P. Hughes, J.E. Cinner, W. N. Adger, S. N. Arnold, F. Berkes, S. A. Boudreau, K. Brown, C. Folke, L. Gunderson, P. Olsson, M. Scheffer, E. Stephenson, B. Walker, J. Wilson and B. Worm 2011. Creation of a gilded trap by the high economic value of the Maine lobster fishery. Conservation Biology 25: 904-912.

4. Robson, J.P. & F. Berkes. 2011. Exploring some of the myths of land use change: Can rural to urban migration drive declines in biodiversity? Global Environmental Change 21(3):844-854.

5. Adger, W.N., K. Brown, D.R. Nelson, F. Berkes, H. Eakin, C. Folke, K. Galvin, L. Gunderson, M. Goiulden, K. O'Brien, J. Ruitenbeek and E.L. Tompkins 2011. Resilience implications of policy responses to climate change. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 2: 757-766.

6. Sinclair, A.J., S.A. Collins and H. Spaling 2001. The role of participant learning in community conservation in the Arabuko-Sokoke Forest, Kenya. Conservation & Society 9: 42-53.

7.. Nayak, P.K. and F. Berkes 2011. Commonisation and decommonisation: Understanding the processes of change in Chilika Lagoon, India. Conservation & Society 9:132-145.

8. Armitage, D., F. Berkes, A. Dale, E. Kocho-Schellenberg and E. Patton 2011. Co-management and the co-production of knowledge: learning to adapt in Canada's Arctic. Global Environmental Change 21:995-1004.

9. Robson, J. and F. Berkes 2011. How does out-migration affect community institutions? A study of two indigenous communities in Oaxaca, Mexico. Human Ecology 39: 179-190.

10. Berkes F. 2011. Restoring unity: the concept of social-ecological systems. In: World Fisheries: A Social-Ecological Analysis (R.E. Ommer, R.I. Perry, K. Cochrane and P. Cury, eds.) Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 9-28.

11. Huong, Ta Thi Thanh and F. Berkes 2011. Diversity of resource use and property rights in Tam Giang Lagoon, Vietnam. International Journal of the Commons 5 (1): 130-149 R. [online] URL:http://www.thecommonsjournal.org

12. Tarnoczi, T. 2011. Transformative learning and adaptation to climage change in the Canadian Prairie agro-ecosystem. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 16:387-406.

 

2010

 

1. Peloquin, C. and F. Berkes 2010. Local knowledge and changing adaptive strategies in James Bay, Canada. In: Human Ecology: Contemporary Research and Practice (D.G. Bates and J. Tucker, eds.) Springer, New York, pp. 281-296.

2. Parkes, M.W., K.E Morrison, M.J. Bunch, L.K. Hallstrom, R.C Neudoerffer, H.D Venema, and D. Waltner-Toews 2010. Towards Integrated Governance for Water, Health and Social-Ecological Systems: The Watershed Governance Prism. Global Environmental Change 20: 693-704.  

3. Davidson-Hunt, I. and M. O'Flaherty 2010. Pikangikum Landscape Documentation Guide. Aboriginal Issues Press, Winnipeg, 78 pp.

4. Berkes, F. 2010. Hudson Plains (contributing author). In: Federal, Provincial and Territorial Governments of Canada. Canadian Biodiversity: Ecosystem Status and Trends 2010 [online]. Canadian Councils of Resource Ministers. Ottawa. www.biodivcanada.ca/ecosystems

5. Davidson-Hunt, I., P. Peters and C. Burlando 2010. Beekahncheekahmeeng Ahneesheenahbay Ohtahkeem (Pikangikum cultural landscape). In: Indigenous People and Conservation (K.W. Painemilla, A.B. Rylands, A. Woofter and C. Hughes, eds.) Conservation International, Arlington, VA pp. 137-144.

6. Kendrick, A. and M. Manseau 2010. Indigenous wildlife monitoring in Canada's North. In: Indigenous Peoples and Conservation (K.W. Painemilla, A.B. Rylands, A. Woofter and C. Hughes, eds.) Conservation International, Arlington, VA, pp. 247-255.

7. Berkes, F. 2010. Devolution and natural resources governance: trends and future. Environmental Conservation 37: 489-500.

8. Berkes, F. and D. Armitage 2010. Co-management institutions, knowledge and learning: adapting to change in the Arctic. Etudes/Inuit/Studies 34: 109-131.

9. Robson, J.P. and P.K. Nayak 2010. Rural out-migration and resource-dependent communities in Mexico and India. Population and Environment 32: 263-284.

10. Robinson, L.W. and A.M. Fuller 2010. Towards an ecosystem approach to policy process: Insights from the sustainable livelihoods and ecosystem health approaches. International Journal of Sustainable Development 13: 393-411. http://www.roboroz.ca/articles/RobinsonFuller2010.pdf

11. Miller, A.M., I.J. Davidson-Hunt and P. Peters 2010. Talking about fire: Pikangikum First Nation elders guiding fire management. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research 40: 2290-2301

12. Berkes, F. 2010. Shifting perspectives on resource management: resilience and the reconceptualization of 'natural resources' and 'management'. MAST Maritime Studies 9: 11-38.

13. Marin, A., S. Gelcich, G. Araya, G. Olea, M. Espinola and J.C. Castilla 2010. The 2010 tsunami in Chile: devastation and survival of coastal small-scale fishing communities. Marine Policy 34: 1381-1384.

14. Robinson, L.W., J.A. Sinclair, and H. Spaling 2010. Traditional pastoralist decision-making processes: Lessons for reforms to water resources management in Kenya. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 53: 847-862.

15. Berkes, F. 2010. Rethinking community-based conservation. In: International Year of Biodiversity: Conservation Social Science. Wiley-Blackwell virtual publication http://www.wiley.com/bw/vi.asp?ref=0888-8892&site=1 (original paper: Conservation Biology 18: 621-630, 2004.)

16. Trimble, M., M. Ríos, C. Passadore, M. Szephegyi, M. Nin, F. Olaso Garcia, C. Fagúndez, P. Laporta 2010. Ecosistemas costeros uruguayos: una guía para su conocimiento. Averaves, Cetáceos Uruguay, Karumbé. Editorial Imprenta Monteverde. Montevideo, Uruguay. http://www.cetaceos.org.uy/publicaciones/arenas_final.pdf

17. Robson, J.P. and F. Berkes 2010. Sacred nature and community conserved areas. In: Nature and Culture: Rebuilding Lost Connections (S. Pilgrim and J. Pretty, eds.) Earthscan, London, pp. 197-216.

18. Khan, S.M.M.H. and C.E. Haque 2010. Wetland resource management in Bangladesh: implications for marginalization and vulnerability of local harvesters. Environmental Hazards 9: 54-73.

19. Mamun, A. A. 2010. Understanding the value of local ecological knowledge and practices for habitat conservation in human-altered floodplain systems: a case from Bangladesh. Environmental Management 45: 922-938.

20. Nayak, P.K. and F.Berkes 2010. Whose marginalization? Politics around environmental injustices in India's Chilika Lagoon. Local Environment 15: 553-567.

21. Almudi, T. and D.C. Kalikoski 2010. Traditional fisherfolk and no-take protected areas: the Peixe Lagoon National Park dilemma. Ocean & Coastal Management 53: 225-233.

22. Almudi, T. and F. Berkes 2010. Barriers to empowerment: fighting eviction for conservation in a southern Brazilian protected area. Local Environment 15:217-215.

23. Berkes, F. and I.J. Davidson-Hunt 2010. Innovating through commons use: community-based enterprises. International Journal of the Commons 4 (1): 1-7. [online] URL: http://www.thecommonsjournal.org

24. Chapin, F.S. III, S.R. Carpenter, G. P. Kofinas, C. Folke, N. Abel, W.C. Clark, P. Olsson, D.M.S. Smith, B. Walker, O.R. Young, F. Berkes, R. Biggs, J.M. Grove, R.L. Naylor, E. Pinkerton, W. Steffen and F.J. Swanson 2010. Ecosystem stewardship: sustainability strategies for a rapidly changing planet. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25: 241-249.

25. Berkes, F. 2010. Linkages and multi-level systems for matching governance and ecology: lessons from roving bandits. Bulletin of Marine Science 86: 235-250 .

26. Davidson-Hunt, I. and F. Berkes 2010. Journeying and remembering: Anishinaabe landscape ethnoecology from northwestern Ontario. In: Landscape Ethnoecology (L.M. Johnson and E.S. Hunn, eds.) Berghahn, New York and Oxford, pp. 222-240 .

27. Hoole, A.F. 2010. Place-power-prognosis: community-based conservation, partnerships and ecotourism enterprise in Namibia. International Journal of the Commons 4 (1): 78-99. [online] URL: http://www.thecommonsjournal.org

28. Hoole, A. and F. Berkes 2010. Breaking down fences: recoupling social-ecological systems for biodiversity conservation in Namibia. Geoforum 41: 304-317.5

29. Marin, A. and F. Berkes 2010. Network approach for understanding small-scale fisheries governance: The case of the Chilean coastal co-management system. Marine Policy 34:851-858..

30. Miller, A.M. and I. Davidson-Hunt 2010. Fire, agency and scale in the creation of aboriginal cultural landscapes. Human Ecology 38: 401-414.

31. Orozco-Quintero, A. and F. Berkes 2010. Role of linkages and diversity of partnerships in a Mexican community-based forest enterprise. Journal of Enterprising Communities 4: 148-161 .

32. Orozco-Quintero, A. and I.J. Davidson-Hunt 2010. Community-based enterprises and the commons: the case of San Juan Nuevo Parangaricutiro, Mexico. International Journal of the Commons 4 (1): 8-35. [online] URL: http://www.thecommonsjournal.org

33. Robinson, L.W. and F. Berkes 2010. Applying resilience thinking to questions of policy for pastoralist systems: lessons from the Gabra of northern Kenya. Human Ecology 38:335-350.

34. Shukla, S.R. and A.J. Sinclair 2010. Strategies for self-organization: learning from a village-level community-based conservation initiative in India..Human Ecology 38:205-215.

35. Seixas, C.S. and F. Berkes 2010. Community-based enterprises: the significance of partnerships and institutional linkages. International Journal of the Commons 4 (1): 183-212. [online] URL: http://www.thecommonsjournal.org30

36. Tarnoczi, T.J. and F. Berkes 2010. Sources of information for farmers? adaptation practices in Canada?s Prairie agro-ecosystem. Climatic Change 98: 299-305.

37. Shahidullah, A.K.M. and C. E. Haque 2010. Linking medicinal plant production with livelihood enhancement in Bangladesh: Implications of a vertically integrated value chain. Journal of Transdisciplinary Environmental Studies, Vol 9(2):1-18. http://www.journal-tes.dk

38. Deutsch, N. and I. Davidson-Hunt 2010. Pikangikum family hunting areas and traplines. In: Planning Co-Existence: Aboriginal Issues in Forest and Land Use Planning (M.G. Stevenson and D. C. Natcher, eds.) Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press, Edmonton, pp. 149-170.

 

2009

  1. Berkes, F. 2009. Indigenous ways of knowing and the study of environmental change. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand39: 151-156.
  2. Robson, J.P., A.M. Miller, C.J. Idrobo, C. Burlando, N. Deutsch, J.-E. Kocho-Schellenberg, R.D. Pengelly and K.L. Turner 2009. Building communities of learning: indigenous ways of knowing in contemporary natural resources and environmental management. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand39: 173-177.
  3. Zurba, M. 2009. Bringing local synthesis into governance and management systems: the Girrungun TUMRA case in northern Queensland, Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand39: 170-182.
  4. Pretty, J., W. Adams, F. Berkes, S.F. de Athayde, N. Dudley, E. Hunn, L. Maffi, K. Milton, D. Rapport, P. Robbins, E. Sterling, S. Stolton, A. Tsing, E. Vintinner and S. Pilgrim 2009. The intersections of biological diversity and cultural diversity: towards integration. Conservation & Society 7(2): 100-112.
  5. Turner, N.J., Y. Ari, F. Berkes, I.Davidson-Hunt, Z. F. Ertug, and A.M. Miller 2009. Cultural management of living trees: an international perspective. Journal of Ethnobiology 29: 237-270.
  6. Robinson, L.W. 2009. A complex systems approach to pastoral commons. Human Ecology 37: 441-451.
  7. Dahlberg, A. C., and C. Burlando. 2009. Addressing trade-offs: experiences from conservation and development initiatives in the Mkuze wetlands, South Africa. Ecology and Society14(2): 37. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss2/art37/
  8. Berkes, F. 2009. Indigenous traditions ? the Arctic. In: Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability. Volume 2: The Spirit of Sustainability (W. Jenkins, ed.) Berkshire, Great Barrington, MA, pp. 213-215.
  9. Peloquin, C. and F. Berkes 2009. Local knowledge, subsistence harvests, and social-ecological complexity in James Bay. Human Ecology 37: 533-545.
  10. O?Brien, K., B. Hayward and F. Berkes 2009. Rethinking social contracts: building resilience in a changing climate. Ecology and Society 14 (2): 12. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss2/art12/
  11. Berkes, F. 2009. Revising the commons paradigm. Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 1: 261-264.
  12. Haque, C.E., A.K. Deb and D. Medeiros 2009. Integrating conservation with livelihood improvement for sustainable development: the experiment of an oyster producers' cooperative in southwest Brazil. Society and Natural Resources 22: 554-570.
  13. Shukla, S. 2009. Communicating education for sustainable development with less articulate and underprivileged communities: Innovative approaches to socially critical environmental education. In: Biogeography and Biodiversity: IGU Commission Contribution to International Year of Planet Earth (R.B. Singh, ed.) New Delhi: Rawat Publications, pp. 48-60.
  14. Shukla, S. 2009. Augmenting women's contributions in community-based conservation of medicinal plants: Lessons from biodiversity and recipe contests. In: Conservation of Medicinal Plants (R.N. Pati and D.N. Tewari, eds.) New Delhi: APH Publishing.
  15. Shukla, S. and A.J. Sinclair. 2009. Becoming a traditional medicinal plant healer: divergent views of practicing and young healers on traditional medicinal plant knowledge skills in India. Ethnobotany Research and Applications 7: 39-51. http://www.ethnobotanyjournal.org/
  16. Robson, J.P. 2009. Out-migration and commons management: social and ecological change in a high biodiversity region of Oaxaca, Mexico. International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 5: 21-34
  17. Berkes, F., G.P. Kofinas and F.S. Chapin, III. 2009. Conservation, community and livelihoods. In: Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship: Resilience-based Resource Management in a Changing World (F.S. Chapin, III, G.P. Kofinas and C. Folke, eds.) Springer-Verlag, New York, pp. 129-147
  18. Berkes, F. 2009. Social aspects of fisheries management. In: A Fishery Manager?s Guidebook. Second Edition (K.L. Cochrane and S.M. Garcia, eds.) FAO/Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 52-74.
  19. O'Flaherty, R.M., I.J. Davidson-Hunt and A.M. Miller. 2009. Anishinaabe stewardship values for sustainable forest management of the Whitefeather Forest, Pikangikum First Nation, Ontario. In: Changing the Culture of Forestry in Canada (M.G. Stevenson and D.C. Natcher, eds.) Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press, Edmonton, pp. 19-34.
  20. Berkes, F., I. Davidson-Hunt, N. Deutsch, C. Burlando, A. Miller, C. Peters, P. Peters, R. Preston, J. Robson, M. Strang, A.Tanner, L. Trapper, R. Trosper and J. Turner. 2009. Institutions for Algonquian land use: change, continuity and implications for forest management. In: Changing the Culture of Forestry in Canada ( M.G. Stevenson and D. C. Natcher, eds.) Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press, Edmonton, pp. 35-52.
  21. Shearer, J., P. Peters and I.J. Davidson-Hunt. 2009. Co-producing a Whitefeather Forest cultural landscape monitoring framework. In: Changing the Culture of Forestry in Canada (M.G. Stevenson and D.C. Natcher, eds.) Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press, Edmonton, pp. 63-84.
  22. Armitage, D., R. Plummer, F. Berkes, R.I. Arthur, A.T. Charles, I.J. Davidson-Hunt, A.P. Diduck, N.C. Doubleday, D. Johnson, M. Marschke, P. McConney, E.W. Pinkerton, and E.K. Wollenberg. 2009. Adaptive co-management for social-ecological complexity. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7:95-102
  23. Berkes, F. 2009. Evolution of co-management: role of knowledge generation, bridging organizations and social learning. Journal of Environmental Management 90:1692-1702.
  24. Berkes, F. 2009. Community conserved areas: policy issues in historic and contemporary context. Conservation Letters 2:19-24.
  25. Berkes, F. and M. Kislalioglu Berkes. 2009. Ecological complexity, fuzzy logic and holism in indigenous knowledge. Futures 41: 6-12.
  26. Marschke, M. and A.J. Sinclair. 2009. Learning for sustainability: participatory resource management in Cambodian fishing villages. Journal of Environmental Management 90: 206-216.
2008
  1. Berkes, F. 2008. Sacred Ecology. Second Edition, Routledge, New York
  2. Wiber, M., A. Charles and J. Kearney and F. Berkes 2008. Enhancing community empowerment through participatory fisheries research. Marine Policy 33: 172-179.
  3. Suluk, T.K. and S.L. Blakney 2008. Land claims and resistance to the management of harvester activities in Nunavut. Arctic 61(Suppl 1): 62-70.
  4. Kendrick, A. and M. Manseau 2008. Representing traditional knowledge: resource management and Inuit knowledge of barren-ground caribou. Society and natural Resources 21 (5): 404-418.
  5. Mamun, A.A. and C.E. Haque 2008. Understanding culture-based fisheries: an assessment of community-managed beel fisheries in Bangladesh. Asian Fisheries Science 21: 257-273.
  6. Fernandes, D. and F. Berkes 2008. "More eyes watching . . ." Community-based management of the arapaima (Arapaima gigas) in central Guyana. In: El Manejo de las pesquerias en la Amazonia (eds. D. Pinedo y C. Soria). Ottawa: IDRC and Instituto del Bien Comun, pp. 285-305.
  7. Berkes, F. 2008. Small-scale fisheries: alternatives to conventional management. In: El Manejo de las Pesquerias en la amazonia (eds. D. Pinedo y C. Soria). Ottawa: IDRC and Instituto del Bien Comun, pp. 447-463.
  8. Sims, L. and A.J. Sinclair. 2008. Learning through participatory resource management programs: case studies from Costa Rica. Adult Education Quarterly 58: 151-168.
  9. Bonny, E. and F. Berkes. 2008. Communication traditional environmental knowledge: addressing the diversity of knowledge, audiences and media types. Polar Record 44: 243-253.
  10. Berkes, F. and I.J. Davidson-Hunt. 2008. The cultural basis for an ecosystem approach: Sharing across systems of knowledge. In: The Ecosystem Approach. Complexity, Uncertainty, and Managing for Sustainability (D. Waltner-Toews, J.J. Kay and N.-M.E. Lister, eds.) Columbia University Press, New York, pp. 109 - 124.
  11. Nayak, P. and F. Berkes. 2008. Politics of co-optation: community forest management vs. Joint Forest Management in Orissa, India. Environmental Management 41: 707-718.
  12. O'Flaherty, R. M., I. J. Davidson-Hunt, and M. Manseau. 2008. Indigenous knowledge and values in planning for sustainable forestry: Pikangikum First Nation and the Whitefeather Forest Initiative. Ecology and Society 13(1): 6. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol13/iss1/art6/
  13. Berkes, F. 2008. Commons in a multi-level world. International Journal of the Commons 2 (1): 1-6. [online] URL: http://www.thecommonsjournal.org
  14. Seixas, C.S. and B. Davy 2008. Self-organization in integrated conservation and development initiatives. International Journal of the Commons 2 (1): 99-125. [online] URL: http://www.thecommonsjournal.org
2007
  1. Shukla, S. 2007. Transmission of traditional medicinal plant knowledge: Local healers of Maharashtra, India. In: Sustainable Development: Issues and Perspectives (R.N. Pati and O. Schwarz-Herion, eds.) New Delhi: D.K. Printworld, pp. 41-67.
  2. Shukla, S. and J.S. Gardner. 2007. Community-based approaches to environmental education: Lessons for socially critical education and biodiversity conservation. In: Innovative Approaches to Education for Sustainable Development (W.L. Filho, ed.) Frankfurt and Main: Peter Lang, pp. 97-115.
  3. Almudi, T., D.C. Kalikoski, J.P. Castello. 2007. Territorial control as a fisheries management instrument: the case of artisanal fisheries in the estuary of Patos Lagoon, southern Brazil. American Fisheries Society Symposium 49: 187-196.
  4. Wiber, M., F. Berkes, A. Charles and J. Kearney. 2007. A participatory approach to identifying research needs for community-based fishery management. American Fisheries Society Symposium 49: 587-594.
  5. Robson, J. P. 2007. Local approaches to biodiversity conservation: lessons from Oaxaca, southern Mexico. International Journal of Sustainable Development 10: 267-286. [pdf]
  6. Berkes, F. 2007. Community-based conservation in a globalized world. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104: 15188-15193.
  7. Armitage, D., F. Berkes and N. Doubleday, editors 2007. Adaptive Co-Management: Collaboration, Learning, and Multi-Level Governance. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver.
  8. Armitage, D., F. Berkes and N. Doubleday 2007. Introduction: moving beyond co-management. In: Adaptive Co-Management (D. Armitage, F. Berkes and N. Doubleday, eds.) University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, pp. 1-15.
  9. Berkes, F. 2007. Adaptive co-management and complexity: exploring the many faces of co-management. In: Adaptive Co-Management (D. Armitage, F. Berkes and N. Doubleday, eds.) University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, pp. 19-37.
  10. Kearney, J. and F. Berkes 2007. The importance of community for adaptive co-management. In: Adaptive Co-Management (D. Armitage, F. Berkes and N. Doubleday, eds.) University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, pp. 191-207.
  11. Berkes, F., D. Armitage and N. Doubleday 2007. Synthesis: adapting, innovating, evolving. In: Adaptive Co-Management (D. Armitage, F. Berkes and N. Doubleday, eds.) University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, pp. 308-327.
  12. Berkes, F. and I.J. Davidson-Hunt 2007. Communities and social enterprises in the age of globalization. Journal of Enterprising Communities 1: 209-221.
  13. O?Flaherty, R.M., I. Davidson-Hunt and M. Manseau 2007. Keeping woodland caribou in the Whitefeather Forest. Sustainable Forest Management Network, SFM Network Research Note Series No. 27. [online] URL: http://www.sfmnetwork.ca/html/publication_researchnotes_e.html
  14. Hughes, T.P., L.H. Gunderson, C. Folke, A.H. Baird, D. Bellwood, F. Berkes, B. Crona, Helfgott, H. Leslie, J. Norberg, M. Nyström, P. Olsson, H. Österblom, M. Scheffer, H. Schuttenberg, R.S. Steneck, M. Tengö, M. Troell, B. Walker, J. Wilson and B. Worm 2007. Adaptive management of the Great Barrier Reef and the Grand Canyon World Heritage Areas. Ambio 36: 586-592.
  15. Grant, S., F. Berkes and J. St. Louis 2007. A history of change and reorganization: the pelagic longline fishery in Gouyave, Grenada. Gulf and Caribbean Research 19: 141-148. [pdf]
  16. Grant, S., F. Berkes and J. Brierley 2007. Understanding the local livelihood system in resource management: the pelagic longline fishery in Gouyave, Grenada. Gulf and Caribbean Research 19: 113-122. [pdf]
  17. Folke, C., L. Pritchard, Jr., F. Berkes, J. Colding and U. Svedin 2007. The problem of fit between ecosystems and institutions: Ten years later. Ecology and Society 12 (1): 30. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol12/iss1/art30/
  18. Davidson-Hunt, I.J. and R.M. O'Flaherty 2007. Researchers, indigenous peoples and place-based learning communities. Society and Natural Resources 20: 291-305.
  19. Caine, K.J., M.J. Salomons and D. Simmons 2007. partnerships for social change in the Canadian North: revisiting the insider-outsider dialectic. Development and Change 38: 449-473.
  20. Berkes, F. 2007. Understanding uncertainty and reducing vulnerability: lessons from resilience thinking. Natural Hazards 41: 283-295. 
  21. Gardner, J.S. and J. Dekens 2007. Mountain hazards and the resilience of social-ecological systems: lessons learned in India and Canada. Natural Hazards 41: 317-336.
  22. Haque, E.H., and D. Etkin 2007. People and community as constituent parts of hazards: the significance of societal dimensions on hazards analysis. Natural Hazards 41: 271-282.
  23. Grant, S. and F. Berkes 2007. Fisher knowledge as expert system: a case from the longline fishery of Grenada, the Eastern Caribbean. Fisheries Research 84: 162-170. 
  24. Berkes, F., M. Kislalioglu Berkes and H. Fast 2007. Collaborative integrated management in Canada?s north: the role of local and traditional knowledge and community-based monitoring. Coastal Management 35: 143-162. 
  25. Kearney, J., F. Berkes, A. Charles, E. Pinkerton and M. Wiber 2007. The role of participatory governance and community-based management in integrated coastal and ocean management in Canada. Coastal Management 35: 79-104. 
2006
  1. Nayak, P.K. 2006. Adaptive community forest management: Some emerging trends in India. In: Institutional Dynamics and Stasis (L. Lebel, X. Jianchu, A. Contreras, eds.) RCSD, Chiang Mai, Thailand, pp. 89-109.
  2. Berkes, F. and I.J. Davidson-Hunt 2006. Biodiversity, traditional management systems, and cultural landscapes: examples from the boreal forest of Canada. International Social Science Journal 187: 35-47. 
  3. Berkes, F., W.V. Reid, T. Wilbanks and D. Capistrano 2006. Conclusions. In: Bridging  Scales and Knowledge Systems (W.V. Reid, F. Berkes, T. Wilbanks and D. Capistrano,  eds). Millennium Ecosystem Assessment and Island Press, Washington DC, pp. 315-331. 
  4. Reid, W.V., F. Berkes, T. Wilbanks and D. Capistrano 2006. Introduction. In: Bridging Scales and Knowledge Systems (W.V. Reid, F. Berkes, T. Wilbanks and D. Capistrano, eds). Millennium Ecosystem Assessment and Island Press, Washington DC, pp. 1-17. 
  5. Reid, W.V., F. Berkes, T. Wilbanks and D. Capistrano, editors. 2006. Bridging Scales and Knowledge Systems:  Linking Global Science and Local Knowledge in Assessments. Millennium Ecosystem Assessment and Island Press, Washington DC. [Online]
  6. Berkes, F. and N.J. Turner 2006. Knowledge, learning and the evolution of  conservation practice for social-ecological system resilience. Human Ecology 34:  479-494. [Online]
  7. Turner, N.J. and F. Berkes 2006. Coming to understanding: Developing conservation through incremental learning in the Pacific Northwest. Human Ecology 34: 495-513. [Online]
  8. Parlee, B., F. Berkes and Teetl?it Gwich?in Renewable Resources Council 2006. Indigenous knowledge of ecological variability and commons management: a case study on berry harvesting from northern Canada. Human Ecology 34: 515-528. [Online]
  9. Davidson-Hunt, I.J. 2006. Adaptive learning networks: developing resource management knowledge through social learning forums. Human Ecology 34: 593-614. [Online]
  10. Chapin, F. S., III, M. Hoel, S. R. Carpenter, J. Lubchenco, B. Walker, T. V. Callaghan, C. Folke, S. Levin, K.-G. Mäler, C. Nilsson, S. Barrett, F. Berkes, A.-S. Crépin, K. Danell,  T. Rosswall, D. Starrett, T. Xepapadeas  and S. A. Zimov 2006. Building resilience and adaptation to manage Arctic change. Ambio 35: 198-202. [Online]
  11. Berkes, F. and T. Adhikari 2006. Development and conservation: indigenous businesses and the UNDP Equator Initiative. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business 3: 671-690. [Online]
  12. Cash, D.W., W.N. Adger, F. Berkes, P. Garden, L. Lebel, P. Olsson, L. Pritchard and O. Young 2006. Scale and cross-scale dynamics: governance and information in a multilevel world. Ecology and Society 11 (2): 8. [Online]
  13. Kim Nong and M. Marschke 2006. Building networks of support for community-based coastal resource management in Cambodia. In: Communities, Livelihoods and Natural Resources (S.R. Tyler, ed.) Intermediate Technology Publications and International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, pp. 151-168. [Online]
  14. Berkes, F. 2006. From community-based resource management to complex systems: the scale issue and marine commons. Ecology and Society 11(1): 45. [online]
  15. Marschke, M. and Berkes, F. 2006. Exploring strategies that build livelihood resilience: a case from Cambodia. Ecology and Society 11(1): 42. [online]  
  16. Berkes, F., T.P. Hughes, R.S. Steneck, J.A. Wilson, D.R. Bellwood, B. Crona, C. Folke, L.H. Gunderson, H.M. Leslie, J. Norberg, M. Nyström, P. Olsson, H. Österblom, M. Scheffer and B. Worm 2006. Globalization, roving bandits and marine resources. Science 311: 1557-1558 [Online]
  17. Shukla, S.R. and J.S. Gardner 2006. Local knowledge in community-based approaches to medicinal plant conservation: lessons from India. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2: 20 [online]
2005
  1. Nayak, P.K. and C.E. Haque. 2005. Institutional approaches in natural resources management and sustainability: Lessons from joint forest management policy of India. International Journal on Environmental Consumerism 1 (1): 37-46.
  2. Berkes, F. and N. Turner 2005. Knowledge, learning and the resilience of social-ecological systems. In: Managing the Commons: Conservation of Biodiversity (L. Merino and J. Robson, eds.) Instituto Nacional de Ecologia, Mexico City, pp. 21-31. [pdf]
  3. Davidson-Hunt, I.J., P. Jack, E. Mandamin and B. Wapioke. 2005. Iskatewizaagegan (Shoal Lake) Plant Knowledge: An Anishinaabe (Ojibway) Ethnobotany of Northwestern Ontario. Journal of Ethnobiology 25:189-227 [pdf]
  4. Berkes, F. 2005. The scientist as facilitator or adaptive co-manager? Common Property Resource Digest No. 75: 4-5. [Online]
  5. Berkes, F. and C.S. Seixas 2005. Building resilience in lagoon social-ecological systems: a local-level perspective. Ecosystems 8: 967-974. [Online]
  6. Huntington, H.P., S. Fox, F. Berkes, I. Krupnik et al. 2005. The changing Arctic: Indigenous perspectives. Chapter 3, Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 61-98. http://www.acia.uaf.edu [Online]
  7. Nuttall, M., F. Berkes, B. Forbes, G. Kofinas, T. Vlassova and G. Wenzel 2005. Hunting, herding, fishing and gathering: Indigenous peoples and renewable resource use in the Arctic. Chapter 12, Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 649-690. http://www.acia.uaf.edu [Online]
  8. Vieira, P.F., F. Berkes, C.S. Seixas 2005. Gestao Integrada e Participativa de Recursos Naturais. Associação Brasileira de Pesquisa e Ensino em Ecologia e Desenvolvimento (APED) Editora, Florianópolis, Brazil, 415 pp. (Integrated Participatory Management of Natural Resources. Published in Portuguese by APED, the Brazilian Association of Teaching and Research in Ecology and Development.) http://www.cfh.ufsc.br/~aped/
  9. Parlee, B., F. Berkes and the Teetl?it Gwich?in Renewable Resources Council 2005. Health of the land, health of the people:
    a case study on Gwich?in berry harvesting from northern Canada. EcoHealth 2: 127-137. [Online]
  10. Berkes, F. 2005. Traditional ecological knowledge. In: Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature (B.R. Taylor, ed.) Thoemmes Continuum, London and New York, pp. 1646-1649.[pdf]
  11. Berkes, F. 2005. James Bay Cree and the Hydro-Quebec controversy. In: Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature (B.R. Taylor, ed.) Thoemmes Continuum, London and New York, pp. 895-897.[pdf]
  12. Grant, S. and J. Rennie. 2005. Is CPUE an indicator of stock abundance: case of Gouyave surface longline fishery. Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean Fishing Institute, 56: 915-212.[]
  13. Berkes, F. 2005. Why keep a community-based focus in times of global interactions? Keynotes of the 5th International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS), University of Alaska Fairbanks, May, 2004. Topics in Arctic Social Sciences 5: 33-43.[pdf]
  14. Berkes, F., R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, editors, 2005. Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North. University of Calgary Press, Calgary, 396 pp.
  15. Berkes, F., R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, editors, 2005. Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North. Plain Language Version (prepared by M. Schuegraf). Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg.[pdf]
  16. Berkes, F. and H. Fast 2005. Introduction. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp. 1-19.[pdf]
  17. Myers, H., H. Fast, M. Kislalioglu Berkes and F. Berkes 2005. Feeding the family in times of change. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp. 23-45.[pdf]
  18. Thompson , S. 2005. Sustainability and vulnerability: Aboriginal Arctic food security in a toxic world. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp. 47-69.[pdf]
  19. Cobb, D., M. Kislalioglu Berkes and F. Berkes 2005. Ecosystem-based management and marine environmental quality indicators in northern Canada. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp. 71-93.[pdf]
  20. Fast, H., D.B. Chiperzak, K.J. Cott and G.M. Elliott 2005. Integrated management planning in Canada?s western Arctic: An adaptive consultation process. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp. 95-117.[pdf]
  21. Schlag, M.P. and H. Fast 2005. Marine stewardship and Canada?s Oceans Agenda in the western Canadian Arctic: A role for youth. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp. 119-138.[pdf]
  22. Manseau, M., B. Parlee and G.B. Ayles 2005. A place for traditional ecological knowledge in resource management. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp. 141-164.[pdf]
  23. Parlee, B., M. Manseau and Lutsel K?e Dene First Nation 2005. Understanding and communicating about ecological change: Denesoline indicators of ecosystem health. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp. 165-182.[pdf]
  24. Berkes, F., N. Bankes, M. Marschke, D. Armitage and D. Clark 2005. Cross-scale institutions and building resilience in the Canadian North. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp. 225-247.[pdf]
  25. Kristofferson, A.H. and F. Berkes 2005. Adaptive co-management of Arctic char in Nunavut Territory. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp. 249-268.[pdf]
  26. Diduck, A., N. Bankes, D.C. Clark and D. Armitage 2005. Unpacking social learning in social-ecological systems: case studies of polar bear and narwhal management in northern Canada. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp. 269-290.[pdf]
  27. Huebert, R., M. Manseau and A. Diduck 2005. Conclusion: integration, innovation, and participation. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp. 363-372.[pdf]
  28. Manseau, M., Parlee, B, Bill, L., Kendrick, A., and Rainbow Bridge Communications (producers) 2005. Watching, listening, learning, understanding changes in the environment. Community-based monitoring in northern Canada. Video. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary.
  29. Marschke, M. and F. Berkes 2005. Local level sustainability planning for livelihoods: a Cambodian experience. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 12: 21-33.[pdf]
  30. Carlsson, L. and F. Berkes 2005. Co-management: Concepts and methodological implications. Journal of Environmental Management 75: 65-76.[pdf]
  31. Berkes, F. 2005. Commons theory for marine resource management in a complex world. In: Indigenous Use and Management of Marine Resources (N. Kishigami and J.M. Savelle, eds.) Senri Ethnological Studies 67: 13-31.[pdf]
  32. Parlee, B., M. Manseau and Lutsel K?e Dene First Nation. 2005. Using traditional knowledge to adapt to ecological change: Denesoline monitoring of caribou movements. Arctic 58: 26-37. [pdf]
  33. Kendrick, A., P.O?B. Lyver and the Lútsël K?é Dëne First Nation 2005. Dënesôline (Chipewyan) Knowledge of Hazu Ts?i ÆEtthén (Barren Ground Caribou. Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus) Movements. Arctic 58: 175-191. [pdf]
2004
  1. Nayak, P.K. 2004. Adaptive community forest management: An alternate paradigm. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 14: 199-216.
  2. King, L. 2004. Competing knowledge systems in the management of fish and forests in the Pacific Northwest. International Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 4: 161-177.[pdf].
  3. Grant, S. 2004. Caribbean women in fishing economies. Proceedings of the 55th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute 68-77. [pdf].
  4. Chapin, F.S. III, G. Peterson, F. Berkes, T. V. Callaghan, P. Angelstam, M. Apps, C. Beier, Y. Bergeron, A.-S. Crepin, T. Elmqvist, C. Folke, B. Forbes, N. Fresco, G. Juday, J. Niemelä, A. Shvidenko and G. Whiteman. 2004. Resilience and vulnerability of northern regions to social and environmental change. Ambio 33: 344-349.[pdf]
  5. Elmqvist, T., F. Berkes, C. Folke, P. Angelstam, A.-S. Crépin and J. Niemelä. The dynamics of ecosystems, biodiversity management and social institutions at high northern latitudes. Ambio (2004) 33: 350-355.[pdf]
  6. Moller, H., F. Berkes, P.O. Lyver and M. Kislalioglu 2004. Combining science and traditional ecological knowledge: monitoring populations for co-management. Ecology and Society 9 (3): 2. [online]
  7. Olsson, P., C. Folke and F. Berkes 2004. Adaptive co-management for building resilience in social-ecological systems. Environmental Management 34: 75-90. [pdf]
  8. Wiber, M., F. Berkes, A. Charles and J. Kearney 2004. Participatory research supporting community-based fishery management. Marine Policy 28: 459-468. [pdf]
  9. Bingeman, K., F. Berkes and J. S. Gardner 2004. Institutional responses to development pressures: resilience of social-ecological systems in Himachal Pradesh, India. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 11: 99-115. [pdf]
  10. Berkes, F. 2004. Rethinking community-based conservation. Conservation Biology 18: 621-630. [pdf]
  11. Seixas, C.S. and F. Berkes 2004. Stakeholder conflicts and solutions across political scales: The Ibiriquera Lagoon, Brazil. In: Challenging Coasts: Transdisciplinary Excursions into Integrated Coastal Zone Development (L.E. Visser, ed.) Amsterdam University Press, pp. 180-210.
  12. Nichols, T., F. Berkes, D. Jolly, N.B Snow, and the Community of Sachs Harbour 2004. Climate change and sea ice: Local observations from the Canadian western Arctic. Arctic 57: 68-79. [pdf]
  13. Lobe, K. and F. Berkes 2004. The padu system of community-based fisheries management: change and local institutional innovation in south India. Marine Policy 28: 271-281. [pdf]
  14. Seixas, C. and E. Troutt 2004. Socio-economic and ecological feedbacks in lagoon fisheries: management principles for a co-evolutionary setting. Interciencia 29; 362-368. [pdf]
  15. Vijaya Sherry Chand, S. R. Shukla, Biodiversity Contests?: Indigenously Informed and Transformed Environmental Education, Applied Environmental Education and Communication: An International Journal, Volume 2, Issue 4, Jan 2003, Pages 229 ? 236. [pdf]
2003
  1. LaRochelle, S. and F. Berkes 2003. Traditional ecological knowledge and practice for edible wild plants: biodiversity use by the Raramuri in the Sierra Tarahumara, Mexico. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 10: 361-375. [pdf]
  2. Davidson-Hunt, I. and F. Berkes 2003. Learning as you journey: Anishnaabe perception of social-ecological environments and adaptive learning. Conservation Ecology 8 (1): 5. [online]
  3. Kendrick, A. 2003. Community Perceptions of the Beverly-Qamanirjuaq Caribou Management Board. In Robert Anderson and Robert Bone (eds) Natural Resources and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada: Readings, Cases and Commentary. Captus Press.
  4. Marschke, M. and Kim Nong 2003. Adaptive co-management: lessons from coastal Cambodia. Canadian Journal of Development Studies 24 (3): 369-383. [pdf]
  5. Berkes, F. 2003. Alternatives to conventional management: Lessons from small-scale fisheries. Environments 31: 5-19. [pdf]
  6. Davidson-Hunt, I.J. 2003. Indigenous lands management, cultural landscapes and Anishinaabe people of Shoal Lake, Northwestern Ontario, Canada. Environments 31: 21-42. [pdf]
  7. Kendrick, A. 2003. The flux of trust: caribou co-management in northern Canada. Environments 31: 43-59. [pdf]
  8. Blakney, S. 2003. Aboriginal forestry in New Brunswick: conflicting paradigms. Environments 31: 61-78. [pdf]
  9. Turner, N.J., I.J. Davidson-Hunt and M. O?Flaherty. 2003. Living on the edge: Ecological and cultural edges as sources of diversity for social-ecological resilience. Human Ecology 31: 439-463. [pdf]
  10. Berkes, F., J. Anderson, C. Duffield, J.S. Gardner, A.J. Sinclair and G. Stevens 2003. Participatory management and sustainability: Evolving policy and practice in a mountain environment. In: The Integrity Gap: Canada?s Environmental Policy and Institutions (E. Lee and A. Perl, eds.) UBC Press, Vancouver, pp. 133-166. [pdf]
  11. Seixas, C. and F. Berkes. 2003. Learning from fishers: local knowledge for management design and assessment. In: Conservação da diversidade biológica e cultural em zonas costeiras: enfoques e experiências na America Latina e no Caribe (P.F. Vieira, ed.) APED, Florianópolis, Brazil, pp. 333-367.
  12. Dudgeon, R.C. and F. Berkes 2003. Local understandings of the land: Traditional ecological knowledge and indigenous knowledge. In: Nature Across Cultures (H. Selin, ed.) Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp. 75-96. [pdf]
  13. Berkes, F., J. Colding and C. Folke, editors, 2003. Navigating Social-Ecological Systems: Building Resilience for Complexity and Change. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. 393 pp.
  14. Berkes, F., J. Colding and C. Folke 2003. Introduction. In: Navigating Social-Ecological Systems (F. Berkes, J. Colding and C. Folke, eds.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 1-29.
  15. Davidson-Hunt, I.J. and F. Berkes 2003. Nature and society through the lens of resilience. In: Navigating Social-Ecological Systems (F. Berkes, J. Colding and C. Folke, eds.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 53-82.
  16. Gadgil, M., P. Olsson, F. Berkes and C. Folke 2003. Exploring the role of local ecological knowledge in ecosystem management: three case studies. In: Navigating Social-Ecological Systems (F. Berkes, J. Colding and C. Folke, eds.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 189-209.
  17. Seixas, C. and F. Berkes 2003. Dynamics of social-ecological changes in a lagoon fishery in southern Brazil. In: Navigating Social-Ecological Systems (F. Berkes, J. Colding and C. Folke, eds.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 271-298.
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