Presentations

2016

Amos Hayes and Fraser Taylor

Geographic information and coastal zone management: an example from Nunavut. Coastal Zone Conference; Toronto, ON. (With Sarah Arnold.)

2015

Nancy Doubleday

Contributing to “Coastal-grab.” Community Conservation Research Network; Tofino, BC.

Bridging water security, peace building and the geopolitics of transboundary water governance. International Studies Association; Atlanta, GA.  (Panel organized with Dustin Garrick.)

If sustainability and peaceful co-existence are cross-scale problems, what implications and opportunities for Arctic regimes are implied? International Studies Association; Atlanta, GA.

Amos Hayes

Community mapping using nunaliit. Community Mapping Symposium. Concordia University; Montreal, QC.

Developing atlases for community priorities. National Museum of Denmark; Copenhagen, Denmark.

Indigenous place names mapping using nunaliit. Geographical Names Board of Canada; Ottawa, ON.

Using nunaliit for diverse and distributed knowledge management. International Polar Data Forum II. University of Waterloo; Waterloo, ON.

Sarah Newell

The portal as a tool to enable community and university collaboration in research. Arctic Net: Vancouver, BC.

Fraser Taylor

Cybercartography and traditional Inuit knowledge: some legal and ethical issues. National Museum of Denmark; Copenhagen, Denmark.

Data rescue and preservation.  International Polar Data Forum II. University of Waterloo; Waterloo, ON.

Pan-Arctic options. Holistic integration for Arctic coastal-marine sustainability. Belmont Forum; Ottawa, ON.

The trans-Atlantic platform for the social sciences and humanities. National Museum of Denmark; Copenhagen, Denmark.

Fraser Taylor and Teresa Scassa

Legal and ethical norms for incorporating traditional knowledge in polar data infrastructures. International Polar Data Forum II. University of Waterloo; Waterloo, ON.