Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management 2010 conference

  • Start Date: October 06, 2010
  • End Date: October 07, 2010
  • City: Revelstoke BC
  • Venue: Revelstoke Community Centre

A summary of the conference presentations can be downloaded here. This is a 2.5 MB file, 180 pages.

Conference description

Natural resource practitioners are accustomed to integrating biological and other natural science and technical factors into their decision-making. Integrating data from the natural sciences with information about social values and human behaviours increases the effectiveness of natural resource management. Through 1.5 days of presentations, field trips, a poster session, and opportunities for informal dialogue, this conference strengthened the ability of managers and practitioners to incorporate human dimensions into the many aspects of natural resource management.

 Thank you to our conference sponsors!



Columbia Basin Trust is a regional corporation created to deliver social, economic, and environmental benefits to the residents of the Columbia Basin.



Parks Canada logo croppedParks Canada and CMI share a common goal of maintaining the ecological integrity of regional ecosystems. We acknowledge Parks Canada’s financial support for this conference.






BC Hydro logoBC Hydro supports groups that are active in environmental sustainability. We are proud to have BC Hydro as a conference supporter.


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