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Research Area: Forest and Land Resources

2004

  • Tyler, S., 2004. "Governance in Water Resource Management." Introduction and Summary of Panel Presentations. Stockholm International Water Symposium, August 17-21.

  • Tyler, S., 2004. "Community-Based Natural Resource Management: Lessons for B.C." Paper presented at Communities and Natural Resources in Transition Conference. Held at University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, February 17-18.

2001

  • Boyd, D., 2001. "Seeing the Forest through the Trees: A Case Comment on Algonquin Wildlands v. Northern Bruce Peninsula and Related Cases." Canadian Environmental Law Reports (N.S.) 2001: 61-67.

  • Egan, B., L. Ambus, B. Evans, D. Boyd, S. Spak, S. Tyler, M. M'Gonigle, and H. Mahony, 2001. When There's A Way, There's a Will, Report 2: "Models of Community-Based Natural Resource Management". Victoria: Eco-Research Chair in Environmental Law and Policy, University of Victoria, April.

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  • Evans, B., and D. Boyd, 2001. When There's A Way, There's A Will, Report 3: "Review of Provincial and Federal Legislation Related to Community-Based Natural Resource Management in B.C." Victoria: Eco-Research Chair in Environmental Law and Policy, University of Victoria.

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  • M'Gonigle, M., B. Egan, L. Ambus, H. Mahony, D. Boyd, and B. Evans, 2001. When There's A Way, There's a Will, Report 1: "Developing Sustainability through the Community Ecosystem Trust". Victoria: Eco-Research Chair in Environmental Law and Policy, University of Victoria, April.

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  • M'Gonigle, M., B. Egan, and L. Ambus, 2001. The Community Ecosystem Trust: A New Model for Developing Sustainability. Victoria: POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, University of Victoria.

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2000

  • Boyd, D., and T.-L. Williams-Davidson, 2000. "Forest People: First Nations Lead the Way towards a Sustainable Future through Negotiation and Litigation." In D. Salazar and D.K. Alper (eds.) Sustaining the Forests of the Pacific Coast: Forging Truces in the War of the Woods. Vancouver: UBC Press.

1999

  • Curran, D., and M. M'Gonigle, 1999. "Aboriginal Forestry: Community Management as Opportunity and Imperative." Osgoode Hall Law Journal 37(4): 711-774.

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  • Tyler., S., 1999. "Policy Implications of Natural Resource Conflict Management." In D. Buckles (ed.) Cultivating Peace. Ottawa: IDRC, 263-280.