Brenda L. Parlee
Brenda L. Parlee
Professor, Dept of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology
Verified email at ualberta.ca - Homepage
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Indigenous knowledge of ecological variability and commons management: a case study on berry harvesting from Northern Canada
B Parlee, F Berkes
Human Ecology 34 (4), 515-528, 2006
152*2006
Using traditional knowledge to adapt to ecological change: Denésǫłıné monitoring of Caribou movements
B Parlee, M Manseau, Łutsël K'é Dene First Nation
Arctic, 26-37, 2005
94*2005
Avoiding the resource curse: indigenous communities and Canada’s oil sands
BL Parlee
World Development 74, 425-436, 2015
832015
“The Dene way of life”: Perspectives on health from Canada’s North
B Parlee, J O’Neil
Journal of Canadian Studies 41 (3), 112-133, 2007
76*2007
Health of the land, health of the people: a case study on Gwich’in berry harvesting in northern Canada
B Parlee, F Berkes
EcoHealth 2 (2), 127-137, 2005
762005
Well-being and environmental change in the arctic: a synthesis of selected research from Canada’s International Polar Year program
B Parlee, C Furgal
Climatic Change 115 (1), 13-34, 2012
592012
A PLACE FOR TRADITIONAL ECOLOGICAL KNOINLEDGE IN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
B Parlee
Breaking ice: Renewable resource and ocean management in the Canadian North, 141, 2005
542005
Undermining subsistence: Barren-ground caribou in a “tragedy of open access”
BL Parlee, J Sandlos, DC Natcher
Science Advances 4 (2), e1701611, 2018
522018
Racial discrimination, post traumatic stress, and gambling problems among urban Aboriginal adults in Canada
CL Currie, TC Wild, DP Schopflocher, L Laing, P Veugelers, B Parlee
Journal of Gambling Studies 29 (3), 393-415, 2013
512013
Social-ecological thresholds in a changing boreal landscape: insights from Cree knowledge of the Lesser Slave Lake region of Alberta, Canada
BL Parlee, K Geertsema, A Willier
Ecology and Society 17 (2), 2012
492012
The nasty game: How environmental assessment is failing Aboriginal communities in Canada's North
S Wismer
Alternatives Journal 22 (4), 10-18, 1996
481996
Enculturation and alcohol use problems among Aboriginal university students
CL Currie, TC Wild, DP Schopflocher, L Laing, PJ Veugelers, B Parlee, ...
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 56 (12), 735-742, 2011
382011
Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation. 2005.“Understanding and Communicating About Ecological Change: Denesoline Indicators of Ecosystem Health.”
B Parlee, M Manseau
Breaking Ice: Integrated Ocean Management in the Canadian North, University …, 0
33*
Tracking change: Traditional knowledge and monitoring of wildlife health in northern Canada
BL Parlee, E Goddard, ŁKD First Nation, M Smith
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 19 (1), 47-61, 2014
322014
Finding voice in a changing ecological and political landscape—Traditional knowledge and resource management in settled and unsettled claim areas of the northwest territories …
B Parlee
aboriginal policy studies 2 (1), 2012
162012
Dene Hunting Organization in Fort Good Hope, Northwest Territories:" Ways We Help Each Other and Share What We Can"
R McMILLAN, B Parlee
Arctic, 435-447, 2013
152013
Dealing with ecological variability and change: perspectives from the Denesoline and the Gwich'in of northern Canada
BL Parlee
142006
The influence of family history on learning opportunities of Inuvialuit youth
R Salokangas, B Parlee
Études/Inuit/Studies 33 (1-2), 191-207, 2009
132009
Resources and Sustainable Development in the Arctic
C Southcott, F Abele, D Natcher, B Parlee
Routledge, 2018
122018
Caribou consumption in northern Canadian communities
A Chiu, E Goddard, B Parlee
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A 79 (16-17), 762-797, 2016
122016
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