Allain J. Barnett
Allain J. Barnett
Natural Resources Canada
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The role of environmental and spatial processes in structuring lake communities from bacteria to fish
BE Beisner, PR Peres-Neto, ES Lindstr÷m, A Barnett, ML Longhi
Ecology 87 (12), 2985-2991, 2006
Functional diversity of crustacean zooplankton communities: towards a trait‐based classification
AJ Barnett, K Finlay, BE Beisner
Freshwater Biology 52 (5), 796-813, 2007
Explaining success and failure in the commons: the configural nature of Ostrom’s institutional design principles
JA Baggio, AJ Barnett, I Perez-Ibara, U Brady, E Ratajczyk, N Rollins, ...
International Journal of the Commons 10 (2), 417-439, 2016
Zooplankton biodiversity and lake trophic state: explanations invoking resource abundance and distribution
A Barnett, BE Beisner
Ecology 88 (7), 1675-1686, 2007
“We and us, not I and me”: Justice, social capital, and household vulnerability in a Nova Scotia fishery
AJ Barnett, HC Eakin
Applied Geography 59, 107-116, 2015
Racializing resilience: Assemblage, critique, and contested futures in greater Miami resilience planning
K Grove, S Cox, A Barnett
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 110 (5), 1613-1630, 2020
Beyond bouncing back? Comparing and contesting urban resilience frames in US and Latin American contexts
TA Mu˝oz-Erickson, S Meerow, R Hobbins, E Cook, DM Iwaniec, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 214, 104173, 2021
Challenges and opportunities in coding the commons: problems, procedures, and potential solutions in large-N comparative case studies
E Ratajczyk, U Brady, JA Baggio, AJ Barnett, I Perez-Ibara, N Rollins, ...
International Journal of the Commons 10 (2), 440-466, 2016
The use of the Laser Optical Plankton Counter to measure zooplankton size, abundance, and biomass in small freshwater lakes
K Finlay, BE Beisner, AJD Barnett
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 5 (1), 41-49, 2007
Weak feedbacks, governance mismatches, and the robustness of social-ecological systems: an analysis of the Southwest Nova Scotia lobster fishery with comparison to Maine
AJ Barnett, JM Anderies
Ecology and Society 19 (4), 2014
The role of public participation GIS (PPGIS) and fishermen's perceptions of risk in marine debris mitigation in the Bay of Fundy, Canada
AJ Barnett, MG Wiber, MP Rooney, DGC Maillet
Ocean & coastal management 133, 85-94, 2016
Enacting and contesting neoliberalism in fisheries: The tragedy of commodifying lobster access rights in Southwest Nova Scotia
AJ Barnett, RA Messenger, MG Wiber
Marine Policy 80, 60-68, 2017
An iterative approach to Large-N case studies: insights from qualitative analysis of quantitative inconsistencies
AJ Barnett, JA Baggio, HC Shin, JY David, I Perez-Ibarra, C Rubi˝os
International Journal of the Commons 10 (2), 467-494, 2016
Designing justice? Race and the limits of recognition in greater Miami resilience planning
K Grove, A Barnett, S Cox
Geoforum 117, 134-143, 2020
Household bottled water consumption in Phoenix: A lifestyle choice
AM York, A Barnett, A Wutich, BI Crona
Water International 36 (6), 708-718, 2011
What scientists say about the changing risk calculation in the marine environment under the Harper Government of Canada (2006-2015)
AJ Barnett, MG Wiber
Science, Technology, & Human Values 44 (1), 29-51, 2019
Actions towards the joint production of knowledge: the risk of salmon aquaculture on American Lobster
DGC Maillet, MG Wiber, A Barnett
Journal of Risk Research 22 (1), 67-80, 2019
Defining success in the commons
AJ Barnett, S Partelow, U Frey, A GarcÝa-Lozano, ...
International Journal of the Commons 14 (1), 366-387, 2020
Stabilizing risk using public participatory GIS: a case study on mitigating marine debris in the Bay of Fundy, Southwest New Brunswick, Canada
AC Rehn, AJ Barnett, MG Wiber
Marine Policy 96, 264-269, 2018
Recommendations for full-spectrum sustainability in Canadian lobster integrated management plans based on a socioeconomic analysis of Barrington, Nova Scotia
AJ Barnett
Ecology and Society 23 (1), 36, 2018
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