Graham Strickert
Graham Strickert
Assistant Professor, University of Saskatchewan
Verified email at usask.ca
TitleCited byYear
The Invitational Drought Tournament: What is it and why is it a useful tool for drought preparedness and adaptation?
H Hill, M Hadarits, R Rieger, G Strickert, EGR Davies, KM Strobbe
Weather and Climate Extremes 3, 107-116, 2014
362014
Mixed-method integration and advances in fuzzy cognitive maps for computational policy simulations for natural hazard mitigation
S Samarasinghe, G Strickert
Environmental modelling & software 39, 188-200, 2013
322013
A new method for identifying the central nodes in fuzzy cognitive maps using consensus centrality measure
M Obiedat, S Samarasinghe
Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, 2011
302011
Divergent perspectives on water security: bridging the policy debate
PA Gober, GE Strickert, DA Clark, KP Chun, D Payton, K Bruce
The Professional Geographer 67 (1), 62-71, 2015
252015
Unpacking viewpoints on water security: lessons from the South Saskatchewan River Basin
G Strickert, KP Chun, L Bradford, D Clark, P Gober, MG Reed, D Payton
Water Policy 18 (1), 50-72, 2016
162016
Identifying transformational space for transdisciplinarity: using art to access the hidden third
TA Steelman, E Andrews, S Baines, L Bharadwaj, ER Bjornson, ...
Sustainability science 14 (3), 771-790, 2019
122019
A framework for engaging stakeholders in water quality modeling and management: Application to the Qu'Appelle River Basin, Canada
E Hassanzadeh, G Strickert, L Morales-Marin, B Noble, H Baulch, ...
Journal of environmental management 231, 1117-1126, 2019
72019
Of Research Pings and Ping–Pong Balls: The Use of Forum Theater for Engaged Water Security Research
GEH Strickert, LEA Bradford
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 14 (5), 1609406915621409, 2015
72015
A gap hazard analysis: initiating policy development with mountainous communities
G Strickert, S Smarasinghe, C Doscher, T Davies
Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 2 (4), 389-407, 2010
72010
Resilience models for New Zealand's alpine skiers based on people's knowledge and experience: a mixed method and multi-step fuzzy cognitive mapping approach
G Strickert, S Samarasinghe, TRH Davies
Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand and …, 2009
72009
People, places, protected areas and tourism: Place attachment in Rossport, Ontario, Canada
RH Lemelin, R Koster, L Bradford, G Strickert, L Molinsky
Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism 15 (1-2), 167-182, 2015
62015
Prairie water: a global water futures project to enhance the resilience of prairie communities through sustainable water management
C Spence, JD Wolfe, CJ Whitfield, HM Baulch, NB Basu, ...
Canadian Water Resources Journal/Revue canadienne des ressources hydriques …, 2019
42019
Incorporating social dimensions in hydrological and water quality modeling to evaluate the effectiveness of agricultural beneficial management practices in a Prairie River Basin
L Bradford, A Thapa, A Duffy, E Hassanzadeh, G Strickert, B Noble, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-17, 2019
12019
Does Engagement Build Empathy for Shared Water Resources? Results from the Use of the Interpersonal Reactivity Index during a Mobile Water Allocation Experimental Decision …
L Bradford, KP Chun, R Bonli, G Strickert
Water 11 (6), 1259, 2019
12019
Co-design of water services and infrastructure for Indigenous Canada: A scoping review
LEA Bradford, T Vogel, KE Lindenschmidt, K McPhedran, GEH Strickert, ...
FACETS 3 (1), 487-511, 2018
12018
Putting people into water quality modelling.
GE Strickert, E Hassanzadeh, B Noble, HM Baulch, LA Morales-Marin, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2017
12017
DIY meteorology: Use of citizen science to monitor snow dynamics in a data-sparse city
WM Appels, L Bradford, KP Chun, AE Coles, G Strickert
FACETS 2 (2), 734-753, 2017
12017
How much water flows? Examining water allocations using a mobile decision lab
GE Strickert, P Gober, LE Bradford, P Phillips, J Ross
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2016
12016
Mixing with the mountains: socio-cultural viability with respect to compounding natural hazards: a case-study of alpine ski areas
S Graham
Lincoln University, 2011
12011
Hydromorphological changes of a large boreal inland river delta and the implications for aquatic habitats
LA Morales-Marin, KE Lindenschmidt, N Smith, GEH Strickert, G Carriere, ...
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
2019
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