Iain J. Davidson-Hunt
Iain J. Davidson-Hunt
Professor, Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba
Verified email at
Cited by
Cited by
Adaptive co‐management for social–ecological complexity
DR Armitage, R Plummer, F Berkes, RI Arthur, AT Charles, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (2), 95-102, 2009
Living on the edge: ecological and cultural edges as sources of diversity for social—ecological resilience
NJ Turner, IJ Davidson-Hunt, M O'flaherty
Human Ecology 31, 439-461, 2003
Learning as you journey: Anishinaabe perception of social-ecological environments and adaptive learning
I Davidson-Hunt, F Berkes
Conservation ecology 8 (1), 2003
Nature and society through the lens of resilience: toward a human-in-ecosystem perspective
IJ Davidson-Hunt, F Berkes
Navigating social-ecological systems: Building resilience for complexity and …, 2003
Researchers, indigenous peoples, and place-based learning communities
IJ Davidson-Hunt, R Michael O'Flaherty
Society and natural resources 20 (4), 291-305, 2007
Biodiversity, traditional management systems, and cultural landscapes: examples from the boreal forest of Canada
F Berkes, IJ Davidson‐Hunt
International Social Science Journal 58 (187), 35-47, 2006
Adaptive learning networks: developing resource management knowledge through social learning forums
IJ Davidson-Hunt
Human ecology 34, 593-614, 2006
Ecological ethnobotany: stumbling toward new practices and paradigms
I Davidson-Hunt
MASA J 16 (1), 1-3, 2000
Biocultural design: a new conceptual framework for sustainable development in rural indigenous and local communities
IJ Davidson-Hunt, KL Turner, ATP Mead, J Cabrera-Lopez, R Bolton, ...
SAPI EN. S. Surveys and Perspectives Integrating Environment and Society, 2012
Communities and social enterprises in the age of globalization
F Berkes, IJ Davidson‐Hunt
Journal of enterprising communities: people and places in the global economy …, 2007
Indigenous knowledge and values in planning for sustainable forestry: Pikangikum First Nation and the Whitefeather Forest Initiative
RM O’Flaherty, IJ Davidson-Hunt, M Manseau
Ecology and Society 13 (1), 2008
Indigenous lands management, cultural landscapes and Anishinaabe people of Shoal Lake, Northwestern Ontario, Canada
IJ Davidson-Hunt
Environments 31 (1), 21-42, 2003
Cultural management of living trees: an international perspective
NJ Turner, Y Ari, F Berkes, I Davidson-Hunt, ZF Ertug, A Miller
Journal of Ethnobiology 29 (2), 237-270, 2009
Fire, agency and scale in the creation of aboriginal cultural landscapes
AM Miller, I Davidson-Hunt
Human ecology 38, 401-414, 2010
Diversity of common property resource use and diversity of social interests in the western Indian Himalaya
F Berkes, I Davidson-Hunt, K Davidson-Hunt
Mountain Research and Development, 19-33, 1998
Innovating through commons use: community-based enterprises
F Berkes, I Davidson-Hunt
International Journal of the Commons 4 (1), 2009
Forest-linked livelihoods in a globalized world
JA Oldekop, LV Rasmussen, A Agrawal, AJ Bebbington, P Meyfroidt, ...
Nature Plants 6 (12), 1400-1407, 2020
Community-based enterprises and the commons: The case of San Juan Nuevo Parangaricutiro, Mexico
A Orozco-Quintero, I Davidson-Hunt
International Journal of the Commons 4 (1), 2009
Agency and resilience: teachings of Pikangikum First Nation elders, northwestern Ontario
AM Miller, I Davidson-Hunt
Ecology and Society 18 (3), 2013
12 Integration of Traditional and Wes tern knowledge in forest landscape restoration
FK Lake, J Parrotta, CP Giardina, I Davidson-Hunt, Y Uprety
Forest landscape restoration: Integrated approaches to support effective …, 2018
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20