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Graham Strickert PhD Assistant Professor, School of Environment and Sustainability

Member, Global Institute for Water Security

Address
Room 334, Kirk Hall

Research Area(s)

  • Human dimensions of water security

Academic Credentials

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Complex Systems (specialization - Human Dimensions of Natural Hazards and Disasters), Lincoln University, New Zealand
  • Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism / Bachelor of Geography, Lakehead University

Selected Publications

Appels, W., Bradford, L., Chun, K.P., Coles, A.E., and Strickert, G.  2017.  DIY meteorology: use of citizen science to monitor snow dynamics in a data-sparse city. FACETS, 2: 734–753.  https://doi.org/10.1139/facets-2017-0030

Strickert, G.E., Chun, K.P., Bradford, L.E., Clark, D.A., Gober, P., Reed. M.G., and Payton, D.  2015.  Unpacking viewpoints on water security: lessons from the South Saskatchewan River Basin. Water Policy, 18(1):  50-72.  https://doi.org/10.2166/wp.2015.195

Strickert, G.E.H. and Bradford, L.E.A.  2015.  Of research pings and ping-pong balls: The use of forum theatre for engaged water security research.  International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 14(5), 1-14.  https://doi.org/10.1177/1609406915621409

Gober, P.A., Strickert, G.E., Clark, D.A., Chun, K.P., Payton, D., and Bruce, K.  2014.  Divergent perspectives on water security: bridging the policy debate.  The Professional Geographer 67(1), 62-71.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00330124.2014.883960

Hill, H., Hadarits, M., Rieger, R., Strickert, G. , Davies, E.G.R., and Strobbe, K.M.  2014.  The invitational Drought Tournament:  What is it and why is it a useful tool for drought preparedness and adaptation?  Weather and Climate Extremes, 3: 107-116.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wace.2014.03.002