Ph.D. Students - Alumni  (2017-2021)
Lab Publications (8)
Piczak, M.L., A.N. Kadykalo, S.J. Cooke and N. Young. In Press. Natural resource managers use and value western-based science, but barriers to access persist. Environmental Management. 00:000-000.
Andrachuk, M.A., A.N. Kadykalo, S.J. Cooke, N. Young, and V.M. Nguyen. 2021. Fisheries knowledge exchange and mobilization through a network of policy and practice actors. Environmental Science and Policy. 125:157-166.
Young, N., A.N. Kadykalo, C. Beaudoin, D.M. Hackenburg and S.J. Cooke. 2021. Is the Anthropause a useful symbol and metaphor for raising environmental awareness and promoting reform? Environmental Conservation. 2021:1-4.
Howarth, A., A.L. Jeanson, A.E.I. Abrams, C. Beaudoin, I. Mistry, A. Berberi, N. Young, V.M. Nguyen, S.J. Landsman, A.N. Kadykalo, A.J. Danylchuk and S.J. Cooke. In Press. COVID-19 restrictions and recreational fisheries in Ontario, Canada: preliminary insights from an online angler survey. Fisheries Research. 240:105961.
Kadykalo, A.N., S.J. Cooke and N. Young. 2021. The role of western-based scientific, Indigenous, and local knowledge in wildlife management and conservation. People and Nature. 3:610-626.
Kadykalo, A. N., M. D. López-Rodriguez, J. Ainscough, N. Droste, H. Ryu, G. Ávila-Flores, S. Le Clec’h, M. C. Muñoz, L. Nilsson, S. Rana, P. Sarkar, K. J. Sevecke and Z. V. Harmáčková (2019). “Disentangling ‘ecosystem services’ and ‘nature’s contributions to people’.” Ecosystems and People 15(1): 269-287. https://doi.org/10.1080/26395916.2019.1669713
Hackenburg, D. M., A. Adams, K. Brownson, I. T. Borokini, T. M. Gladkikh, S. C. Herd-Hoare, H. Jolly, A. N. Kadykalo, E. B. Kraus, K. R. McDonough, J. W. Morse, S. S. Sandhu, N. Tugjamba and A. Vallet (2019). “Meaningfully engaging the next generation of ecosystem services specialists.” Ecosystem Services 40: 101041. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoser.2019.101041.
Kadykalo, A.N., & Findlay, C.S. (2016). The flow regulation services of wetlands. Ecosystem Services, 20, 91-103. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.