This systematic map examines the extent, range, and nature of published case studies (i.e., peer-reviewed academic literature, grey literature, and thesis/dissertationscommercially published and grey) that seek to bridge Indigenous science and Western science in ecological research, monitoring, or natural resource management across Canada’s freshwater aquatic ecosystems.
Specifically, it asked: What methods, models, and approaches have been used in studies that seek to bridge Indigenous and science-based knowledge in freshwater research, monitoring, or management in Canada?
Steven M. Alexander – Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada
Jennifer F. Provencher – Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada
Dominique A. Henri – Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada
Lushani Nanayakkara – Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada
Jessica J. Taylor – Carleton University, Canada
Albana Berberi – Carleton University, Canada
Jed I. Lloren – Carleton University, Canada
Jay T. Johnson – University of Kansas
Myrle Ballard – University of Manitoba, Canada
Steven J. Cooke – Carleton University, Canada
Note – This systematic map is a continuation of the Bridging Indigenous and science-based knowledge in coastal-marine research, monitoring, and management in Canada project and therefore uses the same protocol with modified search terms and eligibility criteria to reflect the freshwater scope.
Project status – Complete
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