Literature and Papers

Publications of Research Team Members (of relevance to project):


  • Bonny, E.A. (2007) Learning Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit in Pond Inlet – Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit and Knowledge Transmission in a modern Inuit Community. MNRM thesis, University of Manitoba. [PDF]
  • Gagnon, C.A. (2007) Complémentarité entre savoir écologique Inuit et connaissances scientifiques: le cas de l’écologie du renard arctique, du renard roux et de la grande oie des neiges dans la région de Mittimatalik, Nunavut, Canada. Master thesis, Département de Biologie, Université du Québec à Rimouski. [PDF]
  • Johansson, K. (2008) Inuit Perspectives on Safety Measures in and around Auyuittuq National Park, Nunavut. [PDF]

Journal Articles/ Conference Presentations

  • Ukkusiksalik Inuit Knowledge Working Group, G. Mouland and M. Manseau. 2013. Inuit
    Knowledge of Ukkusiksalik National Park. Parks Canada. [PDF]
  • Ukkusiksalik Inuit Knowledge Working Group, G. Mouland and M. Manseau. 2013. Inuit
    Knowledge of Ukkusiksalik National Park. Parks Canada. (Inuktitut) [PDF]
  • Jacobson,C., M. Manseau, G. Mouland, A. Brown, A. Nakashuk et al. 2013. Co-operative management of Auyuittuq National Park: Moving towards greater emphasis and recognition of indigenous aspirations for the management of their lands. In indigenous peoples governance and protected areas in the circumpolar Arctic, Eds T. Hermann and T. Martin, Springer.
  • Johansson K. and Micheline Manseau. 2012. Inuit Safety Culture and Its Relevance to Safety Management in Auyuittuq National Park. [PDF]
  • Manseau, M., G. Mouland in discussion with Muktar Akumalik, Qapik Attagutsiak, Koonoo Uyukuluk and members of the Arctic Bay Inuit Knowledge Working group. 2012. Lancaster Sound – As an area of plentiful resources, it has been important and it will remain important to the Inuit. Parks Canada. [PDF]
  • Bonny, E. and F. Berkes. 2008. Communicating traditional environmental knowledge: addressing the diversity of knowledge, audiences and media types. Polar Record 44: 243-253. [PDF]
  • Dowsley, M. and G. Wenzel. 2008. The time of the most polar bears: a co-management conflict in Nunavut. Arctic. [link to Arctic contents]
  • Dowsley, M. 2008. Developing multi-level institutions from top-down ancestors. International Journal of the Commons 1(2):55-74. [PDF]
  • Dowsley, M. 2007. Inuit Perspectives on Polar Bears (Ursus maritimus) and Climate Change in Baffin Bay, Nunavut, Canada. Research and Practice 2(2): 53-74. [PDF]
  • Dowsley, M. 2007. The Development of Multi-level Governance for the Management of Polar Bears in Nunavut Territory, Canada. McGill University, Department of Geography. Ph.D. Thesis.
  • Dowsley, M. 2006. “The Role of Regional Government in Sustainable Use of Common Pool Resources: The Case of Polar Bear Management.” Presented at “Survival of the Commons: Mounting Challenges and New Realities,” the Eleventh Conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property, Bali, Indonesia, June 19-23, 2006. [PDF]
  • Gagnon, C. and Berteaux, D., 2006, Integrating Traditional and Scientific Knowledge: Management of Canada’s National Parks, In Riewe, R. & J. Oakes (eds) Climate Change: Linking Traditional and Scientific Knowledge, Aboriginal Issues Press: University of Manitoba,  pp. 311-319.
  • Gagnon, C. & Berteaux, D., 2006. Tiriganiaq (Renard Arctique): Combiner le Savoir Écologique Inuit  À L’Approche Scientique pour Mieux Comprendre L’Écologie Locale de L’Espèce et Améliorer la Gestion des Écosystèmes Qu’elle Utilise. Société Québécoise d’Étude Biologique du Comportement, Montréal, Quebec.
  • Gagnon, C.-A., and Berteaux, D., 2005. Use of Traditional Ecological Knowledge to Study the Response of Arctic Ecosystems to Ecological Stressors: A Case Study at Sirmilik Canada National Park (North Baffin), Proceedings ArcticNet 2004 Annual Scientific Meeting, 34.
  • Gagnon, C. & Berteaux, D. 2005. Collecting Inuit Local Ecological Knowledge in the context of ecosystem research and management: Sirmilik Canada National Park, ArcticNet ASM 2005 poster. [PDF]
  • Gagnon, C.A., Berteaux, D., 2005. Collecting Inuit Local Ecological Knowledge in the Context of Ecological Research and Ecosystem Management: The Case of Sirmilik Canada National Park (North Baffin Island, Nunavut), 2005 ArcticNet Annual Conference Proceedings, 56.
  • Kendrick, A. and M. Manseau. 2008. Representing Traditional Knowledge: Resource Management and Inuit Knowledge of Barren-Ground Caribou. Society and Natural Resources 21(5):404-418. [PDF]
  • Kendrick, A., Manseau, M., Kilukishak, L.O., Koonoo, B., Arnakallak, M., Attagutsiak, K., Mablick, D., 2009. Elder Cornelius Nutarak Senior’s Teachings about Polar Bear Behaviour: a Focus on Safety. Winnipeg: Parks Canada. [PDF]
  • Laidler, Gita – Sikuliriji [website]
  • Laidler, G. J. and Ikummaq, T. 2008.  Human Geographies of Sea Ice: Freeze/thaw processes around Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada.  Polar Record. 44(229): 127-153.  [abstract]
  • Laidler, G. J. and Elee, P. 2008. Human Geographies of Sea Ice: Freeze/thaw processes around Cape Dorset, Nunavut, Canada.  Polar Record. 44,228: 51-76 [abstract]
  • Laidler, G.J., Manseau, M. Karetak, E., K. Johannson & G.Mouland 2007. Inuit Knowledge in the Management and Research Activities of Auyuittuq National Park, ArcticNet ASM, COllingwood, Ontario, Dec. 13, 2007. – powerpoint presentation [PDF]
  • Laidler, G. J. 2006.  Inuit and Scientific Perspectives on the Relationship Between Sea Ice and Climate: The Ideal Complement?  Climatic Change 78(2-4):407-444. [abstract]
  • Laidler, G. J. and Elee, P. 2006. Sea ice processes and change: exposure and risk in Cape Dorset, Nunavut.  In: Riewe, R. and Oakes, J. (eds.) Climate Change: Linking Traditional and Scientific Knowledge.  Winnipeg and Québec City: University of Manitoba Aboriginal Issues Press and ArcticNet. pp. 155-175.
  • Laidler, G. J. 2006. Some Inuit Perspectives on Working with Scientists. Meridian. Spring/summer: 4-10.
  • Laidler, G. J. and Gough, W. A. 2003.  Climate Variability and Climatic Change: Potential Implications for Hudson Bay Coastal Communities.  Polar Geography. 27(1): 38-58 [PDF]
  • Mouland, G. 2006. Inuit Knowledge and Science Based Management, an Integrated Approach to Park Management, Canada National Parks – Nunavut Field Unit [Abstract]