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Graduate student Kerrie Pickering and her co-authors recently received a "Best Paper Award" at the International Conference on Innovation and Trends in Wine Management, held at the Burgundy School of Business, in Dijon, France. The paper was titled "Innovation and adaptation in the Ontario grape and wine industry: An integrated, transdisciplinary response to climate change." The complete list of authors is Kerrie Pickering, Gary Pickering, Debbie Inglis, Tony Shaw, Ryan Plummer.
The following Brock MA Geography students and faculty delivered papers at the Canadian Association of Geographers (CAG) Annual Meetings in Waterloo (June 2012):
Jeff Boggs. “Can Cultural Industry Policies Be Understood as Ethical Consumption Policies?”
Nancy Cook and David Butz. “Creating Visual Spatial Knowledge: A Case for Auto-photography”
Daryl F. Dagesse. “The Use of Game Cameras for the Time Lapse Recording of Temporally Dependent Phenomena in Physical and Human Geography”
Christopher Fullerton. "A Longitudinal Study of Brock University's Highly Successful U-Pass Program"
Marilyne Jollineau. “Understanding vineyard variability using spatial analysis”
Phillip Gordon Mackintosh. “The Farm-like City: The Globe, Historiography, and Toronto, 1860-1900”
Michael Ripmeester. “Making space for intangibility: exploring the historical geographies of intangible heritage”
Dragos Simandan. "Distance, Society, and Space"
Tomasz Wierzba. “Producing Cultural Space: Exploring the Relationship between discourse and cultural policy in St. Catharines, Ontario”