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Graduate Thesis Research

  1. Ronayne, L. [MA thesis, 2016] Towards a tailored vision of water security in the North: A case study of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region in the Canadian Arctic. (Carleton University)


  2. Holtby, D. [MA thesis, 2016] The Community Readiness Initiative in Kugluktuk, Nunavut: Mining, neoliberalism, and state intervention in arctic Indigenous community development. (Carleton University)


  3. Oberndorfer, E. [PhD dissertation, 2016] The shared stories of people and plants: Cultural and ecological relationships between people and plants in Makkovik, Nunatsiavut (Labrador, Canada). (Carleton University)


  4. Sullivan, C. [MA thesis, 2013] Integrating Culturally Relevant Learning in Nunavut High Schools: Student and educator perspectives from Pangnirtung, Nunavut, and Ottawa, Ontario. (Carleton University)


  5. Karpala, K. [MA thesis, 2010] Adapting to a World of Change: Inuit Perspectives of Climate Change in Igloolik, Nunavut. (Carleton University)


  6. Kelley, K. E. [MA thesis, 2009]  Politics and Practicalities of Shipping in Changing Ice Conditions(Carleton University)


  7. Laidler, G. J. [PhD dissertation, 2007] Ice, Through Inuit     Eyes: Characterizing the importance of sea ice         processes, use, and change around three Nunavut communities. (University of Toronto)


Laidler, G. J. [MSc thesis, 2002] Multi-resolution remote sensing data for characterizing tundra vegetation communities on Boothia Peninsula, Nunavut. (Queen’s University)







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