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Interdisciplinary Research

The Torngat Secretariat conducts interdisciplinary research focused on the management of various species in Nunatsiavut. Research activities include the monitoring of animal population levels, exploring community understandings and Inuit knowledge of animals, and in depth policy analysis. By collaborating closely with local communities, we prioritize Inuit knowledge, and work with scientific data, ensuring sustainable practices that align with both ecological needs and cultural values. Our publications are all open access and available through a Zotero database.


You may also chat with our publications and the Labrador Inuit Land Claim Agreement through our chatbot below. The chatbot is powered by ChatGPT-4 Turbo and only contains our documents so please be specific about species or issues in Nunatsiavut. The model does not go outside of our data for answers. 

Research frameworks that influence our work

The Torngat Secretariat is guided by the current movement towards open data and open science. Below are some resources and frameworks that influence the research and outputs we are creating in and outside of Nunatsiavut.

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