Resilience Analysis in a Canadian Watershed Context

August 2014

This briefing note draws on lessons learned from two resilience analysis workshops that were held in watersheds in New Brunswick and British Columbia in 2014. It provides a concise explanation of what resilience means in a watershed context and uses the workshop activities to demonstrate key concepts. It also describes the potential for using resilience concepts in watershed management and planning.

Ryan Plummer, Julia Baird, Katrina Krievins, Oliver M. Brandes, and Michele-Lee Moore

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