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CARIBOU WORKSHOP
JANUARY 20 - 22, 2010

AVAILABLE PRESENTATIONS

1. BARNEY, Wayne Management and research by Newfoundland and Labrador Government (biologist, Dept. of Environment and Conservation, Wildlife Division)
2. BRODEUR, Vincent Migratory Caribou Monitoring Program (biologist, Ministry of Natural Resources and Wildlife, Northern Quebec Directorate)
3. CÔTÉ, Steeve The Caribou Ungava project and population dynamics of migratory caribou in the context of climate change (tenured professor, Dept. of Biology, Université Laval)
4. DUCROCQ, Julie Parasites of caribou: impact on the health of caribou and people(master’s degree candidate, Faculty of Veterinary Medecine, Université de Montréal)
5. ETOK, David
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The traditional management system: a native perspective (Inuit hunter/elder from Kangiqsualujjuaq (George River))
6. ETOK, Willie
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The traditional management system: a native perspective (Inuit hunter/elder from Kangiqsualujjuaq (George River))
7. FESTA-BIANCHET, Marco Age- and sex-specific survival is a key parameter for the conservation and management of caribou and other ungulates. (full professor, Dept. of Biology, Université de Sherbrooke)
8. GOUDIE, Jim The subsistence hunt : Perspective of the Nunatsiavut Government (Director of Wildlife)
9. GREIG, Neil Commercial harvesting: historical overview and operational difficulties (Department Head, Economic Development Department, Makivik Corporation)
10. HUMMEL, Monte

Economic development and conservation of caribou (President emeritus, World Wildlife Fund)

11. KAWAPIT, Andrew
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The traditional management system: a native perspective (Cree hunter/elder)
12. KAWAPIT, Andrew
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Traditional Cree knowledge about caribou (Cree hunter/elder)
13. KAWAPIT, James
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The traditional management system: a native perspective (Cree hunter/elder)
14. KOFINAS, Gary Heterogeneity and Resilience of Human-Caribou Systems of North America: Lessons from comparative studies and international cooperation (co-founder, CircumArctic Rangifer Monitoring and Assessment Network (CARMA))
15. MAMEAMSKUM, John HFTCC’s implication in the management of caribou (member, Naskapi party)
16. MAMEAMSKUM, John Native perspective on harvesting (Director General, Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach)
17. MASTY, Isaac
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Traditional Cree knowledge about caribou (Cree from Whapmagoostui)
18. McKENZIE, Réal
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The subsistence hunt : Perspective of the Nation Innu Matimekush-Lac John (Chief)
19. NOVALINGA, Paulusi
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An inuit perspective on the caribou population (President, Nunavik Hunting, Fishing and Trapping Association)
20. PENASHUE, Peter
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The subsistence hunt : Perspective of the Innu Nation (of Labrador) (Deputy Grand Chief)
21. PETAGUMSKUM, John
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The traditional management system: a native perspective (Cree hunter/elder)
22. PETAGUMSKUM, John
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Traditional Cree knowledge about caribou (Cree hunter/elder)
23. PETERS, Johnny
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Native perspective on harvesting (Vice-President, Renewable Resources, Makivik Corporation)
24. PHILLIPS, Frank Wastage of caribou
25. PLOURDE, Marc

Sport hunting and outfitting industry (Director General, Quebec Outfitters Federation)

26. SNOOK, Jamie

Torngat Wildlife & Plants Co-Management Board – Results & findings of the Torngat Mountains Caribou Workshop (Executive Director, Torngat Wildlife and Plants Co-Management Board)

27. TAILLON, Joëlle

Moving in the tundra: changes in selection and timing of use of summer habitat by migratory caribou (PhD. candidate, Dept. of Biology, Université Laval)

28. TREMBLAY, Jean-Pierre What about habitat…Will climate changes affect the productivity and availability of plants that is important to caribou? (Assistant professor, Dept. of Biology, Université Laval)
29. VANDAL, Denis Management and research activities of the Québec government (Director of Energy, Wildlife, Forest, Mining and Land Expertise in Northern Quebec, Ministry of Natural Resources and Wildlife)