Bennett, N.J., Kaplan-Hallam, M., Augustine, G., Ban, N., Belhabib, D., Brueckner-Irwin, I., Charles, A., Couture, J., Eger, S.…, & Bailey, M. 2018. Coastal and Indigenous community access to marine resources and the ocean: A policy imperative for Canada. Marine Policy 87: 186-183. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2017.10.023


Gurney, G.G., Blythe, J., Adams, H., Adger, W.N., Curnock, M., Faulkner, L., James, T., and Marshall, N.A. 2017. Redefining community based on place attachment in a connected world. PNAS. 114(38): 10077-10082 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1712125114.

Dias, A.C.E. and Seixas, C.S. 2017. Conservação Ambiental em Paraty, RJ: Desafios para se Colocar a Ciência em Prática. Biodiversidade Brasileira. 7(1): 88-104.

Armitage, D., Charles, A., and Berkes, F. (Eds.). 2017. Governing the coastal commons: Communities, resilience and transformation. Routledge, New York.

Bavinck, M., Berkes, F., Charles, A., Esteves Dias, A.C., Doubleday, N., Nayak, P., and Sowman, M. 2017. The impact of coastal grabbing on community conservation – a global reconnaissance. Maritime Studies 16(8): 17. DOI: 10.1186/s40152-017-0062-8.

Alexander, S.M., Armitage, D., Carrington, P.J., and Bodin, O. 2017. Examining horizontal and vertical social ties to achieve social-ecological fit in an emerging marine reserve network. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 2017: 1-15. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2775.

Plummer, R., Baird, J., Dzyundzyak, A., Armitage, D., Bodin, O., and Schultz, L. 2017. Is adaptive co-management delivering? Examining relationships between collaboration, learning and outcomes in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. Ecological Economics 140: 79-88. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.04.028.

Whitney, C.K., Bennett, N.J., Ban, N.C., Allison, E.H., Armitage, D., Blythe, J.L., Burt, J.M., Cheung, W., Finkbeiner, E.M., Kaplan-Hallam, M., Perry, I., Turner, N.J., and Yumagulova, L. 2017. Adaptive capacity: from assessment to action in coastal social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society 22(2):22. DOI: 10.5751/ES-09325-22.222

Jupiter, S.D., Epstein, G., Ban, N.C., Mangubhai, S., Fox, M., and Cox, M. 2017. A social-ecological systems approach to assessing conservation and fisheries outcomes in Fijian locally managed marine areas. Society & Natural Resources. [online]. DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2017.1315654.

Plummer, R., Baird, J., Dzyundzyak, A., Armitage, D., Bodin, O., and Schultz, L. 2017. Is adaptive co-management delivering? Examining relationships between collaboration, learning and outcomes in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. Ecological Economics 140: 79-88. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.04.028.

Burch, S., Andrachuk, M., Carey, D., Frantzeskaki, N., Schroeder, H., Mischkowski, N., and Loorbach, D. 2017. Governing and accelerating transformative entrepreneurship: Exploring the potential for small business innovation on urban sustainability transitions. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 22: 26-32. DOI: 10.1016/j.cosust.2017.04.002.

Gerlak, A., Heikkila, T., Smolinski, S., Huitema, D., and Armitage, D. 2017. Learning our way out of environmental policy problems: A review of the scholarship. Policy Sciences. [online]. DOI: 10.1007/s11077-017-9278-0.

Ban, N.C., Davies, T.E., Aguilera, S.E., Brooks, C., Cox, M., Epstein, G., Evans, L.S., Maxwell, S.M., and Nenadovic, M. 2017. Social and ecological effectiveness of large marine protected areas. Global Environmental Change 43: 82-91. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2017.01.003.


Khan, A., Charles, A., and Armitage, D. 2016. Place-based or sector-based adaptation? A case study of municipal and fishery policy integration. Climate Policy. DOI: 10.1080/14693062.2016.1228520

Bennett, N.J., Roth, R., Klain, S.C., Chan, K., Christie, P., Clark, D.A., Cullman, G., Curran, D., Durbin, T.J., Epstein, G., Greenberg, A., Nelson, M.P., Sandlos, J., Stedman, R., Teel, T.L., Thomas, R., Veríssimo, and Wyborn, C. 2016. Conservation social science: Understanding and integrating human dimensions to improve conservation. Biological Conservation. In press. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2016.10.006

Blasiak, R., Pittman, J., Yagi, N., and Sugino, H. 2016. Negotiating the use of biodiversity in marine areas beyond national jurisdiction. Frontiers in Marine Science 3: 224. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2016.00224

Bennett, N.J., Roth, R., Klain, S.C., Chan, S.M.A., Clark, D.A., Cullman, G., Epstein, G., Nelson, M.P., Stedman, R., Teel, T.L., Thomas, R.E.W., Wyborn, C., Curran, D., Greenberg, A., Sandlos, J., and Verissimo, D. 2016. Mainstreaming the social sciences in conservation. Conservation Biology [online]. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12788

Berdej, S. and Armitage, D. 2016. Bridging for better conservation fit in Indonesia’s coastal-marine systems. Frontiers in Marine Science 3: 101. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2016.00101

Pittman, J. and Armitage, D. 2016. Governance across the land-sea interface: A systematic review. Environmental Science & Policy 64: 9-17. DOI: 10.1016/j.envsci.2016.05.022

Rathwell, K.J. and Armitage, D. 2016. Art and artistic processes bridge knowledge systems about social-ecological change: An empirical examination with Inuit artists from Nunavut, Canada. Ecology and Society 21(2). DOI: 10.5751/ES-08369-210221

Cox, M., Villamayor-Tomas, S., Epstein, G., Evans, L., Ban, N.C., Fleischman, F., Nenadovic, M. and Garcia-Lopez, G. 2016. Synthesizing theories of natural resource management and governance. Global Environmental Change 39: 45-56. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2016.04.011

Turner, B.L. II., Esler, K.J., Bridgewater, P., Tewksbury, J., Sitas, J.N., Abrahams, B., Chapin, F.S. III, Chowdhury, R.R., Christie, P., Diaz, S., Firth, P., Knapp, C.N., Kramer, J., Leemans, R., Palmer, M., Pietri, D., Pittman, J., Sarukhan, J., Shackleton, R., Seidler, R., van Wilgen, B. and Mooney, H. 2016. Socio-environmental systems (SES) research: what have we learned and how can we use this information in future research programs. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 19: 160-168. DOI: 10.1016/j.cosust.2016.04.001

Nenadovic, M. and Epstein, G.. 2016. The relationship of social capital and fishers’ participation
in multi-level governance arrangements. Environmental Science & Policy 61: 77-86. DOI: 10.1016/j.envsci.2016.03.023

Alexander, S.M., Andrachuk, M. and Armitage, D. 2016. Navigating governance networks for community-based conservation. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14(3): 155-164.DOI: 10.1002/fee.1251.

Mamun, A.A., Brook, R.K. and Dyck, T. 2016. Multiple governance and fisheries commons: Investigating the performance of local capacities in rural Bangladesh. International Journal of the Commons 10(1): 45-70. DOI: 10.18352/ijc.568.

Pittman, J., Tiessen, H. and Montaña, E. 2016. The evolution of interdisciplinarity over 20 years of global change research by the IAI. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 19: 87-93. DOI: 10.1016/j.cosust.2015.12.004.

Berdej, S.M. and Armitage, D.R. 2016. Bridging organizations drive effective governance outcomes for conservation of Indonesia’s marine systems. PLoS ONE 11(1): e0147142. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0147142.

Crona, B.I., Basurto, X., Squires, D., Gelcich, S., Daw, T.M.., Khan, A., Havice, E., Chomo, V., Troell, M., Buchary, E.A. and Allison, E.H. 2016. Towards a typology of interactions between small-scale fisheries and global seafood trade. Marine Policy 65: 1-10. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2015.11.016.



Andrachuk, M. and Armitage, D. 2015. Understanding social-ecological change and transformation through community perceptions of system identity. Ecology and Society 20(4): 26. DOI: 10.5751/ES-07759-200426.

Armitage, D., de Loë, R.C., Morris, M., Edwards, T.W.D., Gerlak, A.K., Hall, R.I., Huitema, D., Ison, R., Livingstone, D., MacDonald, G., Mirumachi, N., Plummer, R. and Wolfe, B.B. 2015. Science–policy processes for transboundary water governance. Ambio 44(5): 353-366. DOI: 10.1007/s13280-015-0644-x.

Nayak, P.K., Armitage, D. and Andrachuk, M. 2015. Power and politics of social-ecological regime shifts in the Chilika lagoon, India and Tam Giang lagoon, Vietnam. Regional Environmental Change [online first]. DOI: 10.1007/s10113-015-0775-4.

Alexander, S., Armitage, D. and Charles, A. 2015. Social networks and transitions to co-management in Jamaican marine reserves and small-scale fisheries. Global Environmental Change 35: 213-225.

Hind, E.J., Alexander, S.M., Green, S.J., Kritzer, J.P., Sweet, M.J., Johnson, A., Amargós, F.P., Smith, N.S. and Peterson, A.M. 2015. Fostering effective international collaboration for marine science in small island states. Frontiers in Marine Science. 2:86.

Berdej, S., Andrachuk, M. and Armitage, D. 2015. Conservation narratives and their implications in the Coral Triangle Initiative. Conservation & Society 13(2): 212-220.

May, B. 2015. From informant to actor to leader: social-ecological inventories as a catalyst for leadership development in participatory community climate change adaptation. In K. O’Brien and E. Selboe (Eds.), The Adaptive Challenge of Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, New York. pp. 230-251. [book information]

Rathwell, K.J., Armitage, D. and Berkes, F. 2015. Bridging knowledge systems to enhance governance of environmental commons: a typology of settings. The Commons Journal 9: 2.

Dyck, T., Plummer, R. and Armitage, D.. 2015. Examining First Nations’ approach to protecting water resources using a multi-barrier approach to safe drinking water in Southern Ontario, Canada. Canadian Water Resources Journal / Revue Canadienne Des Ressources Hydriques 40(2): 204–223.

Mamun, A.A. 2015. Capacity development through co-management: investigating approaches and their effectiveness in developing local capacities in rural Banladesh. Fisheries and Aquaculture Journal 6: 126. DOI: 10.4172/2150-3508.1000126

Armitage, D., Alexander, S., Andrachuk, M., Berdej, S., Dyck, T., Nayak, P.K., Pittman, J. and Rathwell, K.. 2015. Emerging concepts in adaptive management. In C.R. Allen and A.S. Garmestani (Eds.), Adaptive Management of Social-ecological Systems. Springer, Netherlands. pp.235-254.

Epstein, G., Pittman, J., Alexander, S.M., Berdej, S., Dyck, T., Kreitmair, U., Rathwell, K.J., Villamayor-Tomas, S., Vogt, J. and Armitage, D. 2015. Institutional fit and the sustainability of social–ecological systems. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 14: 34-40.

Nayak, P. K. 2015. Institutional Pluralism, Multilevel Arrangements and Polycentricism: The Case of Chilika Lagoon, India. In: M. Bavinck A. and A. Jyotishi (eds.) Conflict, Negotiations and Natural Resource Management: A legal pluralism perspective from India. London: Routledge. [book link]

Khan, A. and Amelie, V. 2015. Assessing climate change readiness in Seychelles: implications for ecosystem-based adaptation mainstreaming and marine spatial planning. Regional Environmental Change 15(4): 721-733. DOI: 10.1007/s10113-014-0662-4.

Khan, A. and Sesay, S. 2015. Seafood insecurity, bush meat consumption, and public health emergency in West Africa: Did we miss the early warning signs of an Ebola epidemic?. Maritime Studies 14(3). [open access pdf].

Alexander, S. 2015. Networks of marine protected areas – the contributions of a social relational network perspective. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 24(6): 739-741. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2532.

Pittman, J., Armitage, D., Alexander, S., Campbell, D. and Alleyne, M. 2015. Governance fit for climate change in a Caribbean coastal-marine context. Marine Policy 51: 486–498.

Lowitt, K., Mount, P., Khan, A. and Clement, C. 2015. Governing challenges for local food systems: Emerging lessons from agriculture and fisheries. In A. Anderson, J. Brady and C.Z. Levkoe (Eds.). Conversations in Food Studies: Working the Edges. University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg.

Khan, A.S. and Sei, S. 2015. The co-governance of fisheries in post-conflict Sierra Leone: Is the transition for better or for worse? In S. Jentoft and R. Chuenpagdee (Eds.). Interactive Governance for Small-scale Fisheries: Global Reflections. MARE Publication Series. Springer, Amsterdam.



Nayak, P. K., Oliveira, L.E. and Berkes, F. 2014. Resource degradation, marginalization, and poverty in small-scale fisheries: threats to social-ecological resilience in India and Brazil. Ecology and Society 19(2): 73.

Nayak., P. K. and Berkes, F. 2014. Linking global drivers with local and regional change: A social-ecological system approach in Chilika Lagoon, Bay of Bengal. Regional Environmental Change 14(6): 2067-2078.

Khan, A.S. and Chuenpagdee, R. 2014. Interactive governance and fish chain approach to fisheries rebuilding: A case study of the Northern Gulf cod fisheries in Eastern Canada. Ambio. 43: 600-613.

Campbell, I.D., Durant D.G., Hunter, K.L. and Hyatt, K.D. 2014: Food Production (Contributing authors: Cook, D., Corkal, D.R., Diaz, H.P., Howard, A., Hulbert, M., Khan, A., Lowitt, K., Marchildon, G.P., and D.J. Sauchyn). In F.J. Warren and D.S. Lemmen (Eds.). Canada in a Changing Climate: Sector Perspectives on Impacts and Adaptation. Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON, p. 99-134.

Dupont, D., Waldner, C., Bharadwaj, L., Plummer, R., Carter, B., Cave, K. and Zagozewski, R. 2014. Drinking water management: Health risk perceptions and choices in First Nations and non-First Nations communities in Canada. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 11: 5889-5903.

Alexander, S. and Armitage, D. 2014. A social relational network perspective for MPA science. Conservation Letters 8(1): 1-13. DOI: 10.1111/conl.12090

Nayak, P. K. 2014. The Chilika Lagoon social-ecological system: an historical analysis. Ecology and Society. 19(1): 1.



Weeratunge, N., Bene, C., Siriwardane, R., Charles, A., Johnson, D., Allison, E.H., Nayak, P.K. and Badjeck, M. 2013. Small-scale fisheries through the wellbeing lens. Fish and Fisheries 15(2): 255-279.

Wesche, S. and Armitage, D. 2013. Qualitative scenarios for understanding regional environmental change in the Canadian North. Regional Environmental Change. DOI 10.1007/s10113-013-0537-0. [Open Access pdf]

Armitage, D. and Marschke, M. 2013. Assessing the future of small-scale fishery systems in coastal Vietnam and the implications for policy. Environmental Science and Policy 27: 184-194.

May, B.K. 2013. Power, contextual intelligence and leadership: research approaches for understanding participatory community climate change adaptation. Environmental Sustainability Research Centre (ESRC), Brock University, Working Paper, ESRC-2013-002.

Fresque-Baxter, J.A. 2013. Participatory photography as a means to explore young people’s experiences of water resource change. Indigenous Policy Journal. XXIII (4).

Plummer, R., Armitage, D. and de Loë, R. 2013. Adaptive co-management and its relationship to environmental governance. Ecology and Society. 18(1): 21.

Plummer, R., de Grosbois, D., Armitage, D. and de Loë, R. 2013. An integrative assessment of water vulnerability in First Nation communities in Southern Ontario, Canada. Global Environmental Change. 23(4): 749–763.



Armitage, D., Bene, C., Charles, T., Johnson, D. and E. Allison. 2012. The interplay of wellbeing and resilience in applying a social-ecological perspective. Ecology and Society. 17(4): 15.

Plummer, R., Crona, B., Armitage, D., Olsson, P., Tengö, M. and Yudina, O. 2012. Adaptive co-management: A systematic review and analysis. Ecology and Society. 17(3): 11.

Plummer, R., de Loë, R. and Armitage, D. 2012. A systematic review of water vulnerability assessment instruments. Water Resources Management. 26: 4327–4346.

Larsen, R.K., Swartling, A.G., Powell, N., May, B., Plummer, R., Simonsson, L. and Osbeck, M. 2012. A framework for facilitating dialogue between policy planners and local climate change adaptation professionals: Cases from Sweden, Canada and Indonesia. Environmental Science & Policy. 23: 12-23.

Andrachuk, M. and Smit, B. 2012. Community-based vulnerability assessment of Tuktoyaktuk, NWT, Canada to environmental and socio-economic changes. Regional Environmental Change. 12(4): 867-885.

Armitage, D., de Loe, R. and Plummer, R. 2012. Environmental governance and its implications for conservation practice. Conservation Letters. 5(2012): 245-255.

Fresque-Baxter, J. and Armitage, D. 2012. Place identity and climate change adaptation: a synthesis and framework for understanding. WIREs Climate Change. 3:251–266.

Marschke, M., Armitage, D., Van An, L., Van Tuyen, T. and Mallee, H. 2012. Do collective property rights make sense? Insights from central Vietnam. International Journal of the Commons. 6(1): 1–27.

Rathwell, K. and Peterson, G. 2012. Connecting social networks with ecosystem services for watershed governance: a social-ecological network perspective highlights the critical role of bridging organizations. Ecology and Society. 17(2): 24.



Armitage, D., Berkes, F., Dale, A., Kocho-Schellenberg, E. and Patton, E. 2011. Co-management and the co-production of knowledge: learning to adapt in Canada’s Arctic. Global Environmental Change. 21: 995-1004.

Armitage, D., Marschke, M. and Truong Van T. 2011. Early-stage transformation of coastal marine governance in Vietnam? Marine Policy. 35: 703-711.

Bullock, R., Armitage, D., and Mitchell, B. 2011. Shadow networks, social learning and collaborating through crisis: Building resilient forest-based communities in northern Ontario, Canada. In B. Goldstein (Ed). Collaborative Resilience: Moving Through Crisis to Opportunity. The MIT Press, Cambridge. pp.309-337.

Cave, K., General, P., Johnston, J., May, B., McGregor. D., Plummer, R. and Wilson, P. 2011. The power of participatory dialogue: why talking about climate change matters. Indigenous Policy Journal. XXII(13): 10.

May, B. and Plummer, R. 2011. Accommodating the challenges of climate change adaptation and governance in conventional risk management: adaptive collaborative risk management (ACRM). Ecology and Society. 16(1): 47.

Dale, A. and Armitage, D. 2011. Marine mammal co-management in Canada’s Arctic: Knowledge co-production for learning and adaptive capacity. Marine Policy. 35(4): 440-449.



Armitage, D. and Plummer, R. (Eds.). 2010. Adaptive Capacity and Environmental Governance. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg.

Armitage, D. and Plummer, R. 2010. Adapting and transforming: Governance for navigating change. In Armitage, D. and R. Plummer (Eds.). Adaptive Capacity and Environmental Governance. Springer, Berlin. pp. 287-302.

Berkes, F. and Armitage, D. 2010. Co-Management Institutions, Knowledge and Learning: Adapting to Change in the Arctic. Etudes Inuit Studies. 34(1).

Brock, B.,  Martin, M., Mongeon, C., Sokal, M., Wesche, S., Armitage, D., Wolfe, B., Hall, R., Edwards, T. 2010. Flood frequency variability during the past 80 years in the Slave River Delta, NWT, as determined from multi-proxy paleolimnological analysis. Canadian Water Resources Journal. 35: 281-300.

Mamun, A.A. 2010. Understanding the value of local ecological knowledge and practices for habitat restoration in human-altered floodplain systems: a case from Bangladesh. Environmental Management. 45: 922-938.

Plummer, R. and Armitage, D. 2010. Integrating perspectives on adaptive capacity and environmental governance. In Armitage, D. and R. Plummer (Eds.). Adaptive Capacity and Environmental Governance. Springer, Berlin. Pp. 1-22.

Truong Van, T., Armitage, D. and M. Marschke. 2010. Livelihoods and Co-Management in the Tam Giang Lagoon, Vietnam. Ocean and Coastal Management. 53: 327-335.

Wesche, S. and Armitage, D. 2010. ‘As long as the sun shines, the rivers flow and grass grows’: Vulnerability, adaptation and environmental change in Deninu Kue Traditional Territory, Northwest Territories. In Hoveslrud, G. and B. Smit (Eds.). Community Adaptation and Vulnerability in Arctic Regions. Springer, Berlin.

Wesche, S. and Armitage, D. 2010. From the Inside Out: A Multi-Scale Analysis of Adaptive Capacity in a Northern Community and the Governance Implications. In Armitage, D. and R. Plummer (Eds.). Adaptive Capacity and Environmental Governance. Springer, Berlin. Pp. 107-132.



Armitage, D., Plummer, R., Berkes, F., Arthur, R., Charles, A., Davidson-Hunt, I., Diduck, A., Doubleday, N., Johnson, D., Marschke, M., McConney, P., Pinkerton, E. and Wollenberg, L. 2009. Adaptive co-management for social-ecological complexity. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 7(2): 95-102.

Mamun, A.A. and Haque, C.E. Understanding culture-based fisheries: an assessment of a community-managed beel fisheries in Bangladesh. Asian Fisheries Science. 21: 257-273.



Armitage, D. 2008. Governance and the Commons in a Multi-Level World. International Journal of the Commons. 2(1): 7-32.

Armitage, D., Marschke, M. and Plummer, R. 2008. Adaptive Co-Management and the Paradox of Learning. Global Environmental Change. 18(1): 86-98.



Armitage, D. 2007. Building Resilient Livelihoods through Adaptive Co-Management: The Role of Adaptive Capacity. In Armitage, D., Berkes, F. and Doubleday. (Eds.). 2007. Adaptive Co-Management: Collaboration, Learning and Multi-Level Governance. UBC Press, Vancouver.

Armitage, D., Berkes, F. and Doubleday, N. (Eds.). 2007. Adaptive Co-Management: Collaboration, Learning and Multi-Level Governance. UBC Press, Vancouver.

Armitage, D., Berkes, F. and Doubleday, N. 2007. Introduction: Moving beyond co-management. In Armitage, D., Berkes, F. and Doubleday. (Eds.). 2007. Adaptive Co-Management: Collaboration, Learning and Multi-Level Governance. UBC Press, Vancouver.

Armitage, D. and Tam, C.-L. 2007. A Political Ecology of Sustainable Livelihoods in Coastal Sulawesi, Indonesia. Canadian Journal of Development Studies. 28(1): 43-61.

Berkes, F., Armitage, D. and Doubleday, N. 2007. Synthesis: Adapting, Innovating, Evolving. In Armitage, D., Berkes, F. and Doubleday. (Eds.). 2007. Adaptive Co-Management: Collaboration, Learning and Multi-Level Governance. UBC Press, Vancouver.

Plummer, R. and Armitage, D. 2007. A resilience-based framework for evaluating adaptive co-management: Linking ecology, economy and society in a complex world. Ecological Economics. 61(1): 62-74.

Plummer, R. and Armitage, D. 2007. Charting the new territory of adaptive co-management: a Delphi study. Ecology and Society. 12(2): 10.

Plummer, R. and Armitage, D. 2007. Crossing Boundaries, Crossing Scales: The Evolution of Environment and Resource Co-Management: Geography Compass. 1 (4), 834–849.

Wolfe, B., Armitage, D., Wesche, S., B. Brock, M. Sokal, K. Clogg-Wright, C. Mongeon, M. Adam, R Hall and Edwards, T. 2007. From Isotopes to TK Interviews: Towards Interdisciplinary Research in Fort Resolution and the Slave River Delta, NWT. Arctic. 60(1): 75-87.



Armitage, D. and Johnson, D. 2006. Can resilience be reconciled with globalization and the increasingly complex conditions of resource degradation in Asian coastal regions? Ecology and Society. 11 (1): 2.

Wesche, S. and Armitage, D. 2006. Adapting to environmental change in a northern delta system: emerging insights from a collaborative research project. In Riewe, R. and J. Oakes (Eds.). Climate Change: Linking Traditional and Scientific Knowledge. Winnipeg, Canada: Aboriginal Issues Press. Pp.165-184.



Armitage, D. 2005. Adaptive Capacity and Community-Based Natural Resource Management. Environmental Management. 35(6): 703-715.

Armitage, D. 2005. Collaborative Environmental Assessment in the Northwest Territories, Canada. Environmental Impact Assessment Review. 25(3): 239-258.

Armitage, D. 2005. Community-Based Narwhal Management in Nunavut, Canada: Change, Uncertainty and Adaptation. Society and Natural Resources. 18(8). 715-731.

Armitage, D. 2005. (Re)Constructing Conservation Practice. In Shrubsole, D. and Watson, N. (Eds.). Sustaining Our Future: Reflections on Environment, Economy and Society. Department of Geography Publications, University of Waterloo. Waterloo, Canada. Pp. 1-40.

Armitage, D. 2005. Environmental Impact Assessment in Canada’s Northwest Territories: Integration, Collaboration and the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act. In Hanna, K.S. (Ed.). Environmental Impact Assessment: Practice and Participation. Oxford University Press, Oxford and Toronto.

Armitage, D. and Clark, D. 2005. Issues, Priorities and Research Directions for Oceans Management in Canada’s North. In Berkes, F., Huebert, R. Fast, H., Manseau, M. and A. Diduck. Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North. Arctic Institute of North America and University of Calgary Press, Calgary. Pp. 337-362.

Armitage, D. and Rizal, A. 2005.Collaborative Management in the Coastal Zone of Banawa Selatan, Central Sulawesi: Adat Practices, Institutions and the Regional Autonomy Process. In S. Wismer, S., T. Babcock and B. Nurkin (Eds.). 2005. From Sky to Sea: Environment and Development in Sulawesi. Department of Geography Publications, University of Waterloo. Waterloo, Ontario. Pp. 227-264.

Berkes, F., Bankes, N., Armitage, D., Marschke, M., and Clark, D. 2005. Cross-Scale Institutions and Building Resilience in the Canadian North. In Berkes, F., Huebert, R. Fast, H., Manseau, M. and A. Diduck. Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North. Arctic Institute of North America and University of Calgary Press, Calgary. Pp. 225-248.

Diduck, A., Bankes, N., Clark, D. and Armitage, D. 2005. Unpacking social learning in social-ecological systems: case studies of polar bear and narwhal management in northern Canada. In Berkes, F., Huebert, R. Fast, H., Manseau, M. and A. Diduck. Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North. Arctic Institute of North America and University of Calgary Press, Calgary. Pp. 269-290.



Armitage D. 2004. Nature-Society Dynamics, Policy Narratives and Ecosystem Management: Integrating Perspectives on Upland Change and Complexity in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Ecosystems. 7(7): 717-728.



Armitage, D. 2003. Traditional agro-ecological knowledge, adaptive management and the socio-politics of conservation in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Environmental Conservation. 30(1): 79-90.



Armitage, D. 2002. Socio-Institutional Dynamics and the Political Ecology of Mangrove Forest Conservation in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Global Environmental Change. 12(3): 203-217.