Megan Kot
TitleCited byYear
Unintended consequences of regulating drinking water in rural Canadian communities: Examples from Atlantic Canada
M Kot, H Castleden, GA Gagnon
Health & place 17 (5), 1030-1037, 2011
522011
The human dimension of water safety plans: a critical review of literature and information gaps
M Kot, H Castleden, GA Gagnon
Environmental Reviews 23 (1), 24-29, 2014
422014
Drinking water safety plans: barriers and bridges for small systems in Alberta, Canada
E Perrier, M Kot, H Castleden, GA Gagnon
Water Policy 16 (6), 1140-1154, 2014
252014
Water compliance challenges: how do Canadian small water systems respond?
M Kot, GA Gagnon, H Castleden
Water Policy 17 (2), 349-369, 2014
92014
Preparing for success–drinking water safety plans and lessons learned from alberta: policy considerations contextualized for small systems
M Kot, H Castleden, GA Gagnon
Water policy and governance in Canada, 321-335, 2017
62017
Drinking water safety plans
G Gagnon, M Kot
Canadian Water Network, 2014
52014
Readiness for ensuring safe drinking water in small community systems
M Kot
32015
Building capacity to build trust: Key challenges for water governance in relation to hydraulic fracturing
ML Moore, K Shaw, H Castleden, R Breiddal, M Kot, M Murray
Canadian Water Network, 2015
22015
Challenges and opportunities for small community drinking water systems-A knowledge translation perspective
M Kot
Dalhousie University, 2009
22009
Drinking Water
M Kot
Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, 1696-1699, 2014
2014
Corrigendum to “Unintended consequences of regulating drinking water in rural Canadian communities: Examples from Atlantic Canada”[Health and Place 17 (5)(2011) 1030–1037]
M Kot, H Castleden, GA Gagnon
Health and Place 2 (18), 446, 2012
2012
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