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AthabascaReferences

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Peace-Athabasca Delta Ecological Monitoring Program (PADEMP). (2019). Delta Hydrology. Retrieved from http://www.pademp.com/delta-ecology/hydrology/

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Straka, J., Antoine, A., Bruno, R., Campbell, D., Campbell, R., Campbell, R., … Wiltzen, L. (2018). “We used to say rats fell from the sky after a flood.” Temporary recovery of muskrats following ice jams in the Peace-Athabasca Delta. Arctic, 71(2): 218-228.

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Parlee, B., Geertsema, K., and Willier, A. (2012). Social-Ecological Thresholds in a Changing Boreal Landscape: Insights from Cree Knowledge of the Lesser Slave Lake Region of Alberta. Canada Ecology and Society, 17(2).

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WaterSMART Solutions Ltd. (2018). A Roadmap for Sustainable Water Management in the Athabasca River Basin. Produced by WaterSMART Solutions Ltd. for Alberta Innovates: Calgary, Alberta.

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Parlee, B., & E. Maloney (2017). Tracking Change: Local and Traditional Knowledge in Watershed Governance. Report of the 2016 Community-Based Research Projects in the Mackenzie River Basin. University of Alberta: Edmonton.

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Parlee, B. (2011). Traditional Knowledge overview for the Athabasca River watershed. Contributed to the Athabasca Watershed Council State of the Watershed Phase 1 report. University of Alberta: Edmonton.

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Chan, L., Receveur, O., Batal, M., David, W., Schwartz, H., Ing, A., Fediuk, K., & Tikhonov, C. 2016. First Nations Food, Nutrition and Environment Study (FNFNES): Results from Alberta (2013). Ottawa: University of Ottawa. At Pp. 56.

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Chan, L., Receveur, O., Batal, M., Sadik, T., Schwartz, H., Ing, A., Fediuk, K., & Tikhonov, C. 2018. First Nations Food, Nutrition and Environment Study (FNFNES): Results from Saskatchewan (2015). Ottawa: University of Ottawa. At Pp. 67.

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Candler, C., Olsen, R., DeRoy, S., and the Firelight Group Research Cooperative with the Mikisew Cree First Nation. (2010, August). As Long as the Rivers Flow: Athabasca River Use, Knowledge and Change. MCFN Community Report. Mikisew Cree First Nation: Fort Chipewyan, Alberta.

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Parlee, B., & E. Maloney (2017). Tracking Change: Local and Traditional Knowledge in Watershed Governance. Report of the 2016 Community-Based Research Projects in the Mackenzie River Basin. University of Alberta: Edmonton.

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