Brenda Parlee
Brenda 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
116*2006
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
952005
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
84*2005
“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
74*2007
Avoiding the resource curse: indigenous communities and Canada’s oil sands
BL Parlee
World Development 74, 425-436, 2015
722015
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
502012
A PLACE FOR TRADITIONAL ECOLOGICAL KNOINLEDGE IN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
B Parlee
Breaking ice: Renewable resource and ocean management in the Canadian North, 141, 2005
502005
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
492013
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
472012
Undermining subsistence: Barren-ground caribou in a “tragedy of open access”
BL Parlee, J Sandlos, DC Natcher
Science Advances 4 (2), e1701611, 2018
432018
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
362011
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
292014
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
26*
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
142012
The influence of family history on learning opportunities of Inuvialuit youth
R Salokangas, B Parlee
Études/Inuit/Studies 33 (1-2), 191-207, 2009
142009
Dealing with ecological variability and change: perspectives from the Denesoline and the Gwich'in of northern Canada
BL Parlee
132006
A culturally appropriate approach to civic engagement: Addressing forestry and cumulative social impacts in southwest Yukon
L Christensen, N Krogman, B Parlee
The Forestry Chronicle 86 (6), 723-729, 2010
122010
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
112013
A guide to community-based monitoring for northern communities
B Parlee, LKDF Nation
Canadian Arctic Resources Committee, 1999
101999
Ways We Respect Caribou: Teetł'it Gwich'in Rules
K Wray, B Parlee
Arctic, 68-78, 2013
92013
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