Nicole J. Wilson
Nicole J. Wilson
Canada Research Chair in Arctic Environmental Change and Governance, Assistant Professor
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Multiple ontologies of water: Politics, conflict and implications for governance
JS Yates, LM Harris, NJ Wilson
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 35 (5), 797-815, 2017
Respecting water: Indigenous water governance, ontologies, and the politics of kinship on the ground
NJ Wilson, J Inkster
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 1-23, 2018
Community-Based Monitoring as the practice of Indigenous governance: A case study of Indigenous-led water quality monitoring in the Yukon River Basin
NJ Wilson, E Mutter, J Inkster, T Satterfield
Journal of Environmental Management 210, 290-298, 2018
Indigenous water governance: Insights from the hydrosocial relations of the Koyukon Athabascan village of Ruby, Alaska
NJ Wilson
Geoforum 57, 1-11, 2014
Exposing the myths of household water insecurity in the global north: A critical review
K Meehan, W Jepson, LM Harris, A Wutich, M Beresford, A Fencl, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (6), e1486, 2020
Water is Medicine: Reimagining Water Security through Tr’ondk Hwch’in Relationships to Treated and Traditional Water Sources in Yukon, Canada
NJ Wilson, LM Harris, A Joseph-Rear, J Beaumont, T Satterfield
Water 11 (3), 19, 2019
“Seeing water like a state?”: Indigenous water governance through Yukon First nation self-government agreements
NJ Wilson
Geoforum 104, 101-113, 2019
Indigenous knowledge of hydrologic change in the Yukon River Basin: a case study of Ruby, Alaska
NJ Wilson, MT Walter, J Waterhouse
Arctic, 93-106, 2015
Governing water insecurity: Navigating indigenous water rights and regulatory politics in settler colonial states
NJ Wilson, T Montoya, R Arseneault, A Curley
Water International 46 (6), 783-801, 2021
The politics of adaptation: subsistence livelihoods and vulnerability to climate change in the Koyukon Athabascan village of Ruby, Alaska
NJ Wilson
Human Ecology 42, 87-101, 2014
Re-theorizing politics in water governance
NJ Wilson, LM Harris, J Nelson, SH Shah
Water 11 (7), 1470, 2019
Querying water co-governance: Yukon First Nations and water governance in the context of modern land claim agreements
NJ Wilson
Water Alternatives 13 (1), 93-118, 2020
Water Justice: Key concepts, debates and research agendas
LM Harris, S McKenzie, L Rodina, SH Shah, NJ Wilson
The Routledge Handbook of Environmental Justice, 2017
Data Quality from a Community-Based, Water-Quality Monitoring Project in the Yukon River Basin
N Herman-Mercer, R Antweiler, N Wilson, E Mutter, E Toohey, P Schuster
Citizen Science: Theory and Practice 3 (1), 1-13, 2018
Unpacking social-ecological transformations: Conceptual, ethical and methodological insights
SH Shah, L Rodina, JM Burt, EJ Gregr, M Chapman, S Williams, ...
The Anthropocene Review 5 (3), 250-265, 2018
From “trust” to “trustworthiness”: retheorizing dynamics of trust, distrust, and water security in North America
NJ Wilson, T Montoya, Y Lambrinidou, LM Harris, BJ Pauli, D McGregor, ...
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 6 (1), 42-68, 2023
“More precious than gold”: Indigenous water governance in the context of Modern land claims in Yukon
NJ Wilson
University of British Columbia, 2018
A systematic scoping review of Indigenous governance concepts in the climate governance literature
NJ Wilson, MG Lira, G O'Hanlon
Climatic Change 171 (3-4), 32, 2022
Water Governance: Retheorizing Politics
NJ Wilson, J Nelson, SH Shah, LM Harris
MDPI, 2019
Human ecological dimensions of change in the Yukon River Basin: A case study of the Koyukon Athabascan Village of Ruby, AK
N Wilson
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