- B.A. (Honors), University of Ghana
- M.A., Philosophy, University of Bergen, Norway
Razak Abu's graduate research focuses on changing livelihoods and adaptation strategies of the community of Cumberland House resulting from long-term hydrological changes in the Saskatchewan River Delta.
Research Keywords and Interests
- Traditional ecological knowledge
- Socio-ecologial system
- Ecosystem services
- Community-based research
Graham EH Strickert, Time Jardine, Bob Partick, Razak Abu, Evan J Andrews, Maureen Reed, Toddi Steelman, Merle Massie and Saskatchewan River Delta Scientists. 2015. "Changing flows, changing livelihoods: long-term changes in hydro-ecology and socio-economy in the Saskatchewan River Delta, Canada." Amerian Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Fransico, USA, December 14-18.
Razak Abu and Maureen G. Reed. 2015. "Indigenous observations of the long-term effects of hydro-ecological change in the Saskatchewan River Delta." Paper accepted for 21st International Symposium for Society and Resource Management in Charleston, South Carolina, USA, June 12-18.
Razak Abu and Maureen G. Reed. 2015. "We are all craving for muskrat: Integrating valuation of cultural ecosystem services and indigenous well-being to understand the effects of long-term hydro-ecological change in the Saskatchewan River Delta." Paper acepted for the Canadian Association of Geographers Annual General Meeting in Vancouver, BC, June 1-5.
Razak Abu. 2015. "Impacts of E. B. Campbell dam on traditional resource use in the Saskatchewan River Delta." Graduat Student Association Conference, University of Sasktchewan, Saskatoon, Canada, March 5-6.
Razak Abu and Maureen G. Reed. 2014. "The socio-cultural values of the Saskatchewan River Delta." Socio-Hydrology Symposium, Univeristy of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada, September 29.
Razak Abu. 2014. "Coping and Adapting to long-term ecological change in the Saskatchewan River Delta." Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers Conferene, Elkhorn Resort, Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, Canada, September 26-28.