Insight #15: Steven Alexander on qualitative data sharing

This insight clip is taken from episode 029, Stefan and Michael’s interview with Steven Alexander.

Steven is a Science Advisor based at Fisheries and Oceans Canada and holds an appointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo. Steven began working at the science-policy interface as a Mitacs Canadian Science Policy Fellow. Prior to this he was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow affiliated with both the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center in the US and the Stockholm Resilience Centre in Sweden. He calls himself an environmental social scientist, and his research focuses on community-based conservation and natural resource management, environmental governance, and the human dimensions of environmental change.

Steven’s Google Scholar

Steven’s twitter

Steven’s ResearchGate profile

Qualitative data sharing paper published in Nature Sustainability

Qualitative Data Sharing Resources:

Link to white paper from the Qualitative Data Initiative that was established at SESYNC:

Link to a webinar on qualitative data management as part of a broader Webinar series run by Data ONE

Link to a webinar on social network analysis as part of a new series organized by Michael Schoon and the Programme on Ecosystem Change and Society’s (PECS) Collaborative Governance and Management Working Group

Environmental Social Science Network


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