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Volume 14 Number 1 (Spring)

Technology and Traditional Knowledge
  • Essays
  • Exploring the Use of Inuit Knowledge for Mapping Marine Habitats
  • Benjamin Misiuk, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Trevor Bell, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Alec Aitken, University of Saskatchewan
  • Evan Edinger, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Teresa Tufts, Government of Nunavut
  • Picturing Pikialasorsuaq: Ethics and Effectiveness of Representing Inuit Knowledge in an Online Atlas
  • Clive Tesar, Carleton University
  • Parnuna Egede Dahl, Aalborg University
  • Claudio Aporta, Dalhousie University
  • The Hydroball Project: Crowd Source Bathymetry in Northern Canada
  • Shelly Leighton, Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University
  • Reef Scan: A Reef Survey System for Indigenous Based Monitoring
  • Scott Bainbridge, Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • Jessica Benthuysen, Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • Martial Depczynski, Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • Libby Evans-Illidge, Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • Traceylee Forester, Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • The Golden Cod of Gilbert Bay, Labrador
  • Joe Wroblewski, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Expanding our Tool Kit: Traditional Knowledge and Ocean Research
  • Jeffrey Brooks, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
  • Heather Crowley, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
  • Catherine Coon, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
  • James Kendall, Jr., Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
  • Marine Monitoring of Australia's Indigenous Sea Country using Remote Technologies
  • Martial Depczynski, Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • Kylie Cook, Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • Katherine Cure, Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • Harriet Davies, University of Western Australia
  • Libby Evans-Illidge, Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • Traceylee Forester, Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • Kevin George, Bardi Jawi Land and Sea Rangers
  • Jackie Gould, Charles Darwin University
  • Azton Howard, Bardi Jawi Land and Sea Rangers
  • Daniel Oades, Bardi Jawi Land and Sea Rangers
  • Jim Underwood, Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • Mathew Wyatt, Australian Institute of Marine Science