Recent Graduates and Theses
For the Period: October - May 2003

OCTOBER, 2003

Graduate: BILECKI, Lori
Thesis Title: Bat Hibernacula in the Karst Landscape of Central Manitoba: Protecting Critical Wildlife Habitat while Managing for Resource Development [pdf]
Advisor: Prof. Thomas Henley

Graduate: CHEWAY, Thomas
Thesis Title: Sustainable Livelihood as an Important Factor in Food Security and Community Development in Bogos Region - Eritrea [pdf]
Advisor: Prof. Thomas Henley

Graduate: DAVIDSON-HUNT, Iain, Ph.D.
Major: Natural Resources and Environment
Thesis Title: Journeys, Plants and Dreams: Adaptive Learning and Social-Ecological Resilience [pdf]
Advisor: Dr. Fikret Berkes

Graduate: KENDRICK, Anne, Ph.D.
Major: Natural Resources and Environment
Thesis Title: Caribou Co-Management and Cross-Cultural Knowledge Sharing [pdf]
Advisor: Dr. Fikret Berkes

Graduate: MCGURK, Brett
Thesis Title: Public Involvement in Forest Management and Planning in Manitoba: The Role of Stakeholder Advisory Committees (SACs) [pdf]
Advisor: Dr. A. John Sinclair

Graduate: MCMASTER, Jason
Thesis Title: Household Waste Paint in Manitoba: An Assessment of the Feasibility of Management Alternatives
Advisor: Prof. Thomas Henley

Graduate: STELMACK, Colleen
Thesis Title: Opportunities for Formal Education in Environmental Impact Assessment at Canadian Universities
Advisor: Dr. A. John Sinclair

MAY, 2003

Graduate: LAROCHELLE, Serge
Thesis Title: Common Property and Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Biodiversity Conservation in the Sierra Tarahumara, Mexico [pdf]
Advisor: Dr. Fikret Berkes

Graduate: LOBE, Kenton
Thesis Title: Governance in a Small-Scale Fishery: Local Responses and External Pressures in Kerala, India [pdf]
Advisor: Dr. Fikret Berkes

Graduate: MACONACHIE, Tracy
Practicum Title: An Assessment of Problem-Wildlife Management in Manitoba
Advisor: Dr. Helen Fast

Graduate: MOCHNACZ, Neil
Thesis Title: Distribution, Life History, and Habitat Use of Bull Trout (Salvelinus confluentus) in Mountain Streams of the Southern and Central Northwest Territories
Advisor: James Reist