Social Network Analysis is an important visualizing management tool that helps us understand a University’s efforts to enable researcher collaboration.The resultant network map (Figure 1) highlights the current network characteristics among UBC Okanagan (red circles) and UBC Vancouver (blue squares) water researchers. Project description and additional information: http://www.social-network.ca/2017ubcwater For additional project examples or questions about […]
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Indigenous watershed initiatives and co-governance arrangements: A British Columbia systematic review.
The goal of this network mapping initiative was to develop baseline network maps that represent water governance actors and their connections to each other, the ties between First Nations and between First Nations and other levels of government and NGOs. The resultant social network maps help identify opportunities so support First Nations in watershed co-governance, […]
SNA case study approach Our work builds on recent water governance research (Schiffer and Hauck 2010, Stein, Ernstson and Barron 2011) and takes a case-study approach applying SNA to explore and help characterize the Okanagan water governance network. Benchmarking the Okanagan water governance network provides an opportunity to better understand the actor relationships, formal and informal, involved […]