IIS Research Associates: Dr. Irené Novaczek

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Dr. Irené Novaczek

Marine scientist
Breadalbane, Prince Edward Island

Dr. Irené Novaczek has lived and worked on islands for most of her life, in Canada, Europe, New Zealand, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, and the South Pacific. A marine scientist, she has researched and worked extensively in coastal resources management, often focusing on seaweed, and community development on small islands.


Time and a Place: An Environmental History
of Prince Edward Islan
Edited by Edward MacDonald, Joshua MacFadyen, and Irené Novaczek
Island Studies Press | 2016

Time and a Place tracks PEI’s changes from the Ice Age to the Information Age. Putting PEI at the forefront of Canadian environmental history, this work illuminates the numerous forces that shape and change ecosystems.
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Values Mapping Research Project (2011)
This research project, which was led by Dr. Irené Novaczek, generated basic information on how geographic sites are most valued by residents and non-resident landowners on Prince Edward Island. Click here for more details and to read the report



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