RELEVANT TEAM PUBLICATIONS
Fusco, Leah M., Christine Knott, Andrés M. Cisneros-Montemayor, Gerald G. Singh, and Ana K. Spalding. "Blueing business as usual in the ocean: Blue economies, oil, and climate justice." Political Geography. 2022: 102670. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polgeo.2022.102670
Christine Knott, Nicole Power, Barbara Neis & Katia Frangoudes. North Atlantic fishy feminists and the more-than-human approach: a conversation, Gender, Place & Culture. 2021.
Wiber, Melanie G., Charles Mather, Christine Knott, and María Andrée López Gómez. Regulating the Blue Economy? Challenges to an effective Canadian aquaculture act. Marine Policy. 2021.
Sarah Martin, Charlie Mather, Christine Knott and Dean Bavington. Reassembling salmon aquaculture. Geoforum. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2021.04.025
Christine Knott and Charles Mather. Ocean frontiers and aquaculture in Canada. Journal of Agrarian Change. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1111/joac.12441
Jack Daly, Christine Knott, Gerald Singh. Changing climates in a blue economy: Assessing the climate-responsiveness of Canadian fisheries and oceans policy. Marine Policy. 2021
Christine Knott. The role of arrhythmias in qualitative labour shortages in Canadian fisheries. Applied Mobilities. 2020. https://doi.org/10.1080/23800127.2020.1827558
Christine Knott and Melissa Marschke. Flagpoling: Inter-provincial mobility of international migrants within Canada’s Temporary. Foreign Worker Program. 2020. International Migration.
Evan J. Andrews, Sarah Harper, Timothy Cashion, Julia Palacios Abrantes, Jessica Blythe, Jack Daly, Sondra Eger, Carie Hoover, Louise The, Nathan Bennett, Graham Epstein, Christine Knott, Sara Newell, and Charlotte K. Whitney. Building early career researchers capacity for interdisciplinary ocean leadership. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 2020.
Barbara Neis, Lachlan Barber, Kathy Fitzpatrick, Natasha Hanson, Christine Knott, Stephanie Premji, Elise Thorburn. Towards a gendered rhythmanalysis of the home, mobility and working lives of workers and their families engaged in extended employment related geographical mobility in the Canadian context. Gender,
Place and Culture. 2018.
Christine Knott and Barbara Neis. Privatization, financialization and ocean grabbing in New Brunswick herring fisheries and salmon aquaculture. Marine Policy, 80: 10-18. 2017.
Christine Knott. Contentious mobilities and cheaper labour: Employment-related geographical mobility in a seafood processing community in NB, Canada. Canadian Journal of Sociology 41 (3): 375-398. 2016.