Alison L. Neilson
Alison L. Neilson
Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra
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Responses of little brown myotis to exclusion and to bat houses
AL Neilson, MB Fenton
Wildlife Society Bulletin (1973-2006) 22 (1), 8-14, 1994
Relative activity and occurrence of bats in southwestern Ontario as determined by monitoring with bat detectors
MBC Hickey, AL Neilson
Canadian field-naturalist. Ottawa ON 109 (4), 413-417, 1995
Coastal fisheries in the Azores, Portugal – A question of sovereignty, sustainability and space
C Neilson, A. L., Cardwell, E., Bulhão Pato
European Fisheries at a tipping-point, 465-505, 2012
The power of nature and the nature of power
AL Neilson
Canadian Journal of Environmental Education (CJEE) 14, 136-148, 2009
Perspectives about the Sea in the Azores: Respecting narratives that sustain inshore fishing communities
AL Neilson, R Gabriel, AM Arroz, E Mendonça
Social issues in sustainable fisheries management, 319-338, 2014
Disrupting privilege, identity, and meaning: A reflexive dance of environmental education
AL Neilson
University of Toronto, 2006
A short reflection on research and fishing cultures performing knowledge together /Uma breve reflexão sobre o modo como investigadores e pescadores podem cooperar pelo …
L Neilson, A.L., Bulhão Pato, C., & Sousa
Revista Maria Scientia 2, 73-82, 2012
Trickster teachers
AL Neilson
Alternatives Journal 33 (5), 4-5, 45, 2007
Reflexive research and education for sustainable development with coastal fishing communities in the Azores islands: A theatre for questions
AL Neilson, I Castro
Biodiversity and education for sustainable development, 203-217, 2016
Exploring the wealth of coastal fisheries: Listening to community voices
C de Bulhão Pato, A Neilson, L Sousa
Population ecology of the little brown bat, Myotis lucifugus, at the Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York.
AL Neilson
Civil participation between private and public spheres: the island sphere and fishing communities in the Azores archipelago
AL Neilson, R São Marcos
Island Studies Journal 11 (2), 585-600, 2016
In the Azores, looking for the regions of knowing
AL Neilson, CB Pato, R Gabriel, AM Arroz, E Mendonça, A Picanço
Island Studies Journal 11 (1), 35-56, 2016
Dancing to know, knowing to dance: Dance as environmental education
AL Neilson
Ways of knowing in and through the body: Diverse perspectives on embodiment …, 2002
Plan for maritime spatial planning of the Azores and the implementation of the Policy Framework Marine Strategy: why/how to engage the public
AL Neilson
Archipelago Life & Marine Sciences, Supplement, 59-61, 2014
Spirited practice of transformative education for sustainability
AL Neilson, D Blomberg, R Gabriel
Learning for sustainability in times of accelerating change, 269-282, 2012
Eating, jigging or watching? Ocean heritage and sustainable development
E Neilson, A.L., Gabriel, R., Arroz, A.M
Heritage and Sustainable Development 1, 581-587, 2010
Reframing marine resource management with relational ontologies and hybrid entanglements: Fishing for empathy between Azorean fishers and scientists
AL Neilson, R São Marcos
Marine Policy 105, 30-37, 2019
Artisanal fishing community, Azores, Portugal
A Neilson, R São Marcos
The Meaning of Small: Diverse Values of Small-Scale Fisheries, 2018
In Response to a Call: Evoking a Keynote
AL Neilson, R São Marcos
Cultural Studies↔ Critical Methodologies 17 (3), 266-268, 2017
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