Reports & Publications

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  • van luijk, N., Carter, N,. A., Dawson, J., Parker, C., Grey, K., Provencher, J., & Cook, A. (2022). Community-identified risks to hunting, fishing, and gathering (harvesting) activities from increased marine shipping activity in Inuit Nunangat, Canada. Regional Environmental Change.
  • van Luijk N, Carter NA, Dawson J, Song G, Parker C, et al. (2021) At the front lines of increased shipping and climate change: Inuit perspectives on Canadian Arctic sovereignty and security. Arctic Yearbook 2021.
  • Simonee, N., Alooloo, J., Carter, N.A., Ljubicic, G., and Dawson, J. (2021). Sila qanuippa? (how’s the weather?): Integrating Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit and environmental forecasting products to support travel safety around Pond Inlet, Nunavut in a changing climate. Weather, Climate, and Society.
  • Kochanowicz, Z., Dawson, J., Halliday, W.D., Sawada, M., Copland, L., Carter, N.A., Nicoll, A., Ferguson, S.H., Heide-Jørgensen, M.P., Marcoux, M., Watt, C., and Yurkowski, D.J. (2021). Using western science and Inuit Knowledge to model ship-source noise exposure for marine cetaceans in Tallurutiup Imanga National Marine Conservation Area, Nunavut, Canada. Marine Policy. 130:1-18.
  • Dawson, J., Carter, N.A., van Luijk, N., Weber, M., & Cook, A. (2020). Community-based mapping methods for documenting Arctic community perspectives about shipping impacts and low-impact corridors. MethodsX. 7,101064.
  • van Luijk N., Dawson J., & Cook A. (2020). Analysis of heavy fuel oil use by ships operating in Canadian Arctic waters from 2010 to 2018. FACETS, 5. 304-327. doi:10.1139/facets-2019-0067.
  • Dawson, J., Carter, N., van Luijk, N., Parker, C., Weber, M., Cook, A., Grey, K., & Provencher, P. (2020). Infusing Inuit and local knowledge into the low impact shipping corridors: An adaptation to increased shipping activity and climate change in Arctic Canada. Environmental Science and Policy, 105. 19-36.
  • Carter, N.A., Dawson, J., Simonee, N., Tagalik, S., & Ljubicic, G. (2019). Lessons Learned through Research Partnership and Capacity Enhancement in Inuit Nunangat. Arctic, 72 (4). 381-403.
  • Olsen, J., Carter, N.A., & Dawson, J. (2019). Community perspectives on the environmental impacts of Arctic shipping: Case studies from Russia, Norway and Canada. Cogent Social Sciences, 5 (1). 1-20.
  • Ford, J.D., Clark, D., Pearce, T., Berrang-Ford, L., Copland, L., Dawson, J., New, M. & Harper, S.L. (2019). Changing access to ice, land and water in Arctic communities. Nature Climate Change, 9, 335-339.
  • Dawson J., Pizzolato, L., Howell, S.E.L., Copland, L., & Johnston, M.E. 2018. Temporal and Spatial Patterns of Ship Traffic in the Canadian Arctic from 1990 to 2015. Arctic. 71(1): 15-26.
  • Johnston, M.E., Dawson, J., & Maher, P. (2017). Strategic development challenges in marine tourism in Nunavut. Resources, 6(3), 25.
  • Bystrowska, M., & Dawson J. (2017). Making places: the role of Arctic cruise operators in ‘creating’ tourism destinations. Polar Geography, 40(3), 208-226.
  • Porta, L., Abou-Abssi, E., Dawson, J., & Mussells, O. (2017). Shipping corridors as a framework for advancing marine law and policy in the Canadian Arctic. Ocean and Coastal Law Journal, 22(1), 63-84.
  • Mussells, O., Dawson, J., & Howell, S.E. (2017). Navigating pressured ice: risks and hazards for winter resource-based shipping in the Canadian Arctic. Ocean and Coastal Management, 137, 57-67.
  • Dawson J., Johnston, M.E., & Stewart, E.J. (2017). The unintended consequences of regulatory complexity: the case of cruise tourism in Arctic Canada. Marine Policy. 76, 71-78.
  • Pizzolato, L., Howell, S., Dawson, J., Laliberté, F., & Copland, L. (2016). The influence of declining sea ice on shipping activity in the Canadian Arctic. Geophysical Research Letters, 43(12), 12,146-12,154.
  • Mussells, O., Dawson, J., & Howell, S.E.L. (2016). Using RADARSAT to identify sea ice ridges and their implications for shipping in Canada’s Hudson Strait. Arctic, 69(4), 421-433.
  • Johnston, M., Dawson, J., De Souza, E., & Stewart, E.J. (2017). Management challenges for the fastest growing marine shipping sector in Arctic Canada: pleasure crafts. Polar Record, 53(1), 67-78.
  • Stewart, E.J., Dawson, J., & Johnston, M.E. (2016). Growth and challenges in cruise tourism in Arctic Canada, Northern Public Affairs, 4(3), 27-30.
  • Dawson, J. Stewart, E.J., Johnston, M.E., & Lemieux, C.J. (2016). Identifying and evaluating adaptation strategies for cruise tourism in Arctic Canada. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 24(10), 1425-1441.
  • Stewart, E.J., Dawson, J., & Johnston, M.E. (2015). Risks and opportunities associated with change in the cruise tourism sector: community perspectives from Arctic Canada. Polar Journal, 5(2), 403-427.
  • Pashkevich, A., Dawson, J., & Stewart, E.J. (2015). Governance of expedition cruise ship tourism in the Arctic: a comparison of the Canadian and Russian Arctic. Tourism in Marine Environments, 10(3-4), 225-240.
  • Dawson, J., Johnston, M.E., & Stewart, E.J. (2014). Governance of Arctic expedition cruise ships in a time of rapid environmental and economic change. Ocean and Coastal Management, 89(2014), 88-99.
  • Pizzolato, L., Howell, S.E.L., Derksen, C., Dawson, J., & Copland, L. (2014). Changing sea ice conditions and marine transportation activity in Canadian Arctic waters between 1990 and 2012. Climatic Change, 123(2), 161-173.
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