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Dr. James Abbott

James Abbott

​Dr. James Abbott

Faculty of Arts & Science - Geography, Assistant Professor
office: A325
email: jamesa@nipissingu.ca
tel: 705.474.3450
ext: 4143
fax: 705.474.1947
web: Dr. James Abbott

Education:

BSc (Honours), Dalhousie University;
MSc, University of Newcastle upon Tyne;
PhD, Duke University

Areas of Specialization:

Highly variable natural and human landscapes; rural livelihoods; Africa

Research Interests:

Small-scale fisheries; environmental indicators; non-state institutional actors

Current & Future Research:

Long-term environmental monitoring of Lake Nipissing's environment (funded by Nipissing University)

Development o​f a online portal for environmental data related to Lake Nipissing (funded by Nipissing University)

Exploitation of floodplain fisheries and regional distribution chains in Southern Africa (funded by NINA-NIKU)

Publications:

Abbott, J., Hay, C., Næsje, T., Tweddle. D. 2015 Copper and Rain: Evolution of a Marketing Channel in a Rapidly Evolving Region of Southern Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies. vol. 41, no. 1.
Abbott, J., Campbell, L. (2009) Environmental histories and emerging fisheries management of the Upper Zambezi River floodplains. Conservation & Society 7: 83-99.
 
Abbott, J., Campbell, L. Hay, C., Næsje, T., and Purvis, J. (2007) Vendor livelihoods in the Upper Zambezi River floodplains. Human Ecology 35: 559-574.
 
Abbott, J., Campbell, L. Hay, C., Næsje, T., Ndumba, A. and Purvis, J. (2007) Rivers as resources, rivers as borders: Community vs. transboundary management of fisheries in the Upper Zambezi River floodplains. Canadian Geographer 51: 280-302.
 
Campbell, L., Gray, N., Meletis, Z., Abbott, J. and Silver, J. (2006) Gatekeepers and keymasters: Dynamic relationships of access in geographical field work. Geographical Review 96: 97-121.
 
Murphy, C. and Abbott, J. (2006) A description and preliminary assessment of participatory development policies and application in Namibia. Tanzania Journal of Development Studies 6: 47-56.
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