Presentations


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2015


2014

Alexander, S. (2014). A social relational network perspective for MPA science, policy and practice. MPAs as a potential management tool for responsible fisheries in the Caribbean. Christ Church, Barbados.

Alexander, S. and Armitage, D. (2014). Social networks and community-based conservation: A comparative analysis of three co-managed marine reserves in Jamaica. 2nd World Congress for Small Scale Fisheries. Merida, Mexico.

Alexander, S. D. Armitage, J. Pittman and D. Campbell (2014). Multilevel governance and climate change adaptation in Jamaica’s coastal-marine environment. The Caribbean Region: Adaptation and Resilience to Global Change. 6th BCGS International Seminar. Kingston, Jamaica.

Alexander, S. and Armitage, D. (2014). Examining local level dynamics in an emerging network of co-managed marine reserves in Jamaica. Resilience 2014 Resilience and Development: Mobilizing for Transformation. Montpellier, France.

Alexander, S., Armitage, D., Pittman, J., & Campbell, D (2014) Responding to economic and environmental shocks and stresses in urban and rural settings. International Seminar to be held at The University of the West Indies, Mona campus, Jamaica, June 24th -27th, 2014.

Angus, R. (2014). A progressive approach to climate change adaptation in PEI First Nation communities. Coastal Zone Canada, Halifax, NS.

Armitage, D., Charles, T., Khan A. (2014) A multi-level perspective on governance for climate change adaptation in coastal settings: Insights from four learning sites in the Caribbean and Atlantic Canada. Canadian Association of Geographers, St. Catherines, ON.

Brown, S. (2014). Sense of Place and Adaptive Capacity: Preparedness of Nova Scotian fishing communities to deal with the impacts of climate change. Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. St. Catherine’s, Ontario.

Brown, S. (2014). Sense of Place and Adaptive Capacity: Preparedness of Nova Scotian fishing communities to deal with the impacts of climate change. Coastal Zone Canada. Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Brown, S. (2014). Sense of Place and Adaptive Capacity: How are fishing communities in Nova Scotia dealing with the impacts of global change? World Small Scale Fisheries Congress. Merida: Mexico.

Campbell, D., Wandel, J.  & Pitman J (2014) Fishing for a living in a tourism-based Communities: Vulnerabilities and Opportunities in Caribbean Small Island Developing States. International Seminar to be held at The University of the West Indies, Mona campus, Jamaica, June 24th -27th, 2014.

Chung Tiam Fook, T. (2014). Assessing coastal vulnerability and opportunities for climate change adaptation and coastal management. Coastal Zone Canada Conference. Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Fenech, A., Johnson, P., Hedley, N., Chen, A., Doiron, A., (2014) Strengthening Community-Based Climate Change Adaptation Geo-Visualization and Design Techniques. Canadian Association of Geographers, St. Catherines, ON.

Fook, T.C.T. (2014) Coastal vulnerability and community adaptation on Prince Edward Island: scenarios and opportunities. Coastal Zone Canada, Halifax, NS.

Khan, A., Armitage, D., Charles, A. (2014) How resilient and adaptive are our coastal communities? A comparative assessment of best management practices and governance strategies for mainstreaming and up-scaling. Coastal Zone Canada, Halifax, NS.

Khan, A., Charles, T. Armitage, D. (2014) Climate Change Adaptation: How Ready and Resilient are our Coastal Communities?  Sustainability and Environmental Research Symposium, Halifax, NS.

Khan, A., Charles, T. Armitage, D. (2014) Climate Change Adaptation: How Ready and Resilient are our Coastal Communities? St. Mary’s University Research Expo, Halifax, NS.

Khirfan, L. (2014) Design charrettes: an approach to community climate change adaptation in Tobago. The Caribbean Region: Adaptation and Resilience to Global Change, Kingston, Jamaica.

MacDonald, M. (2014). Towards assessing climate change vulnerability and adaptive capacity in the tourism and fisheries sectors of Prince Edward Island’s North Shore. Coastal Zone Canada Conference. Halifax, Nova Scotia.

MacDonald, K. (2014) Modelling present and future physical coastal vulnerability to climate change: North Shore, Prince Edward Island. Coastal Zone Canada, Halifax, NS.

MacDonald, M., Fook, T.C.T. (2014) Getting future ready: planning for climate change and sea level rise in Canada’s Small Coastal Communities. Coastal Zone Canada, Halifax, NS.

MacDonald, M., Fook, T.C.T., C-Change. (2014) Joining forces. A joint session on the useful application of deliverables from two international community university research alliances. Coastal Zone Canada, Halifax, NS.

Majeed, M. (2014) Examining Elements of the Feedback Stages of Community Based Vulnerability Assessment: A Case Study of Negril, Jamaica. Canadian Association of Geographers, St. Catherines, ON.

Majeed, M., Wandel, J. (2014) Examining the facilitation of climate change adaptation strategies: A case for fisheries and tourism in the Districts Queens and Shelburne, Nova Scotia. Coastal Zone Canada, Halifax, NS.

Majeed, M. (2014) Examining determinants of vulnerability and adaptive capacity: a case study of tourism and fisheries in Negril, Jamaica. AAG Annual Meeting, Tampa, April 9.

Minano, A. (2014). Geoweb Tools for Climate Change Adaptation. Esri User Conference. Toronto, Ontario.

Minano, A. (2014). Geoweb Tools for Climate Change Adaptation. Coastal Zone Canada. Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Minano, A. (2014). Strengthening Community-Based Adaptation Using the Geoweb. Spatial Knowledge and Information. Banff, Alberta.

Page, S., van Proosdij, D. (2014) Assessment of Current and Future Physical Coastal Vulnerability in Lockeport, Nova Scotia and its use for Climate Change Adaptation. Coastal Zone Canada, Halifax, NS.

Palmer, A. (2014) Understanding Climate Change Vulnerability in the Context of Broader Socio-Economic and Environmental Change: Challenges and Opportunities for South-West Tobago’s Artisanal Fishery. Canadian Association of Geographers, St. Catherines, ON.

Patara, S. (2014) Examining Water Security in Nova Scotia’s Rural Coastal Communities and the Role of Governance in Shaping Climate Change Adaptation Strategies. Canadian Association of Geographers, St. Catherines, ON.

Pitman, J. (2014) Governance fit for climate change in a Caribbean coastal-marine context: A case study of the Soufriere Marine Management Area, St. Lucia. The Caribbean Region: Adaptation and Resilience to Global Change, Kingston, Jamaica.

Rutty, M, Scott, D. (2014) Weather and climate for coastal tourism. Travel and Tourism Research Association, Bruges, Belgium.

Saveena, P. (2014) Assessing the current and potential vulnerabilities associated with water security in Nova Scotia’s rural coastal tourism communities and capacity for governance to shape climate-change adaptation strategies. Coastal Zone Canada, Halifax, NS.

Seenath, A. (2014) Projecting the Current & Future Impact of Storm Surges on Coastal Flood Extent at Pigeon Point, South-West Tobago, through Hydrodynamic Modelling Analyses. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria.

Seenath, A. (2014) A Comparative Analysis of Hydrodynamic and GIS Modelling for Coastal Flood Vulnerability Assessment to Determine the Best Approach for Guiding Coastal Management. Coastal Zone Canada Conference, Halifax, NS.

Thompson, A. (2014) Integrated Coastal Management and Collaborative Action: Adapting to Changing Climatic Conditions in Coastal Systems in Southwest Tobago. The Caribbean Region: Adaptation and Resilience to Global Change, Kingston, Jamaica.

van Proosdij, D., MacDonald, K., Page, S., Fenech, A., Scott, D., Wilson, M. (2014) Coastal Vulnerability Assessment for Climate Change Adaptations: Lessons Learnt from Four Learning Sites in the Caribbean and Atlantic Canada. Canadian Association of Geographers, St. Catherines, ON.

Wandel, J., Campbell, D. (2014) Transferable insights from Community-Based Vulnerability Assessments (CBVAs): can we scale findings up and out? Canadian Association of Geographers, St. Catherines, ON.

Wilson, M., Mandal, A., Taylor, M., Burgess, C., Cambell, J., Steppenson, T. (2014) Flood risk and climate change in Negril, Jamaica. An Assessment of combined terrestrial and coastl flood rsik drive by projections of future climate. WCRP Conference for Latin America and the Caribbean, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Wandel, J. (2014) Cross-case comparative assessment of vulnerability and climate change adaptation in the insular Caribbean. AAG Annual Meeting, Tampa, April 10


2013

Alexander, S. (2013) Foreign Scientists in Small Island Developing States: The Challenges of Performing Relevant Research, Impacting Policy and Informing Practice. International Marine Conservation Congress, Glasgow, Scotland.

Alexander, S., Armitage, D. (2013) Expanding the Network Perspective: Understanding Social Networks and the Implications for MPA Effectiveness. International Congress for Conservation Biology, Baltimore, USA

Brown, S. (2013) Connecting sense of place and climate change adaptation: A case study of municipal wharves in Shelburne and Queens Regions of Nova Scotia, Canadian Association of Geographers, St. John’s, NL.

Brown, S., Armitage, D. (2013) Connecting sense of place and climate change adaption: A case study of municipal wharves in the Shelburne and Queens Regions of Nova Scotia. Canadian Association of Geographers Conference, St. John’s, NL.

Clarke, J., Mercer-Clarke, C., Scott, D. (2013) Coastal setbacks: Managing the conflict between rising seas and the demand for coastal development. 38th annual conference of the Caribbean Studies Association, Grande Anse, Grenada.

MacDonald, K. (2013) Modelling present and future physical coastal change in response to sea level rise in North Shore, Prince Edward Island. Canadian Association of Geographers, St. John’s, NL.

Maharaj, A. (2013) GIS Based Rainfall-Runoff Modelling for Inundation Mapping of Port Maria, St Mary, Jamaica. Ministry of Land, Water and Climate Change Seminar, Kingston, Jamaica.

Patara, S. (2013) Initial findings from a climate change vulnerability assessment of Nova Scotia’s coastal tourism industry on water resources, Canadian Association of Geographers, St. John’s, NL.

 


2012

Davis, D., Sutherland, M., Jaggan, S. Singh, D. (2012) Determining and Monitoring Sea Level in the Caribbean using Satellite Altimetry. FIG Working Week, Rome, Italy.

Jaggan, S., Davis, D. (2012) Determining and Modelling Sea Level Change in the Caribbean Using Satellite Altimetry. European Space Agency and CNES, Venice, Italy.

Moghal, Z. (2012) Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity of Tourism Destinations: Comparing Indicator and Community –Based Approaches. Canadian Association of Geographers Conference, Waterloo, Ontario.

Novaczek et al. (2012) Canada – Caribbean Collaboration in Support of Climate Change Adaptation. International Small Islands Studies Association conference, British Virgin Islands.

Rutty, M., Scott, D. (2012) Assessment of the Thermal Range in Tourism Microclimates in Tobago. Canadian Association of Geographers Conference, Waterloo, Ontario.

Scott, D. (2012) Climate Change and Tourism: Opportunities and Risks for PEI. UPEI Lecture Series, Charlottetown, PEI.

Scott, D., Simpson, M., Sim, R. (2012) The Implications of Sea Level Rise for Coastal Tourism in the Caribbean. Canadian Association of Geographers Conference, Waterloo, Ontario.