Literature

Publication Yearsort descending Category Geography Website
EPA. Climate Change and the Health of People with Disabilities. Factsheet. 2016. 2016 disability, disabled, health risks, accessibility, biohazards, resources, climate change United States, International Link
USFWS. 2016. The Service's: Native American Policy. 510 FW 1. 2016 Policy, Conservation, Cultural Resources, Federal-Tribal Collaboration National Link
Anaya, S. James and Puig, Sergio, Mitigating State Sovereignty: The Duty to Consult with Indigenous Peoples (November 28, 2016). 67 University of Toronto Law Journal ___ (Forthcoming); Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No. 16-42. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2876760 2016 Internatnional Law, International Human Rights, Right of Consultation, Indigenous Peoples' Rights, Sovereignty National Link
Coral Davenport and Campbell Robertson. 2016. Resettling the First American ‘Climate Refugees’. New York Times. 2016 Isle de Jean Charles Band of Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw Indians, Sea Level Rise, Climate Impacts, Relocation Southeast, Gulf of Mexico Link
Norton-Smith, Kathryn; Lynn, Kathy; Chief, Karletta; Cozzetto, Karen; Donatuto, Jamie; Hiza Redsteer, Margaret; Kruger, Linda E.; Maldonado, Julie; Viles, Carson; Whyte, Kyle P. 2016. Climate change and indigenous peoples: a synthesis of current impacts and experiences. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-944. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 136 p. 2016 climate change, adaptation, TEK, traditional knowledge, mitigation, sovereignty, National Link
J. Marty Holtgren and Nancy A. Auer. 2016. Re-envisioning State and Tribal Collaboration in Fishery Assessment and Restoration. American Fisheries Society. 2016 Collaborative Management, Co-Management, Fisheries, Tribal Management Great Lakes Link
WRSC. 2016. Western Region 2016 Accomplishment Report. 2016 wildfire, fire, management, climate change, prevention, adaptation, mitigation, planning, policy Western United States Link
YOUNG, DINGELL INTRODUCE BIPARTISAN BILL TO ENHANCE FUNDING FOR FISH AND WILDLIFE. AFS. 2016. 2016 legislation, climate change, sustainability, mining, conservation National, Internationa Link
McDowell Group. 2016. Economic Impact Analysis: Southeast Alaska Transboundary Watershed. Juneau, Anchorage, Alaska: SalmonState. 2016 Southeast Alaska, transboundary, watershed, streamflow, economic concerns, Taku River, Stikine River, Unuk River, sport fishing, tour operations, policy and management, economic development, planning Alaska Link
Oregon State Interactive Communications. 2016. Native Perspective: Oregon State University. 2016 Oregon, Western United States. Link
EPA. Climate Change and the Health of People with Existing Medical Conditions. Factsheet. 2016. 2016 health risks, medical conditions, climate change, biohazard, United States, International Link
UBC News. 2016. Climate change could cut First Nations fisheries’ catch in half. 2016 Salmon, Herring, Population Decline, Climate Impacts Northwest, International (Canada), British Columbia Link
Lynam, T. and Walker, I., 2016. Making sense of climate change: orientations to adaptation. Ecology and Society, 21(4). 2016 climate change, knowledge production, social change, philosophy, sociology, Global Link
John M. Rybczyk, Alan F. Hamlet, Carol MacIlroy, Larry Wasserman. 2016. Introduction to the Skagit Issue—From Glaciers to Estuary: Assessing Climate Change Impacts on the Skagit River Basin. Northwest Science. 2016 Skagit River Basin, Climate Impacts, Assessment, Scientific Data, Salmonids Northwest, Skagit River Basin Link
McDonald, Rachael. Siletz Tribe Acquires Salmon Habitat On Central Coast. 2016. 2016 salmon, marine, estuary, wetlands, food sovereignty Oregon Coast Link
V. Savo, D. Lepofsky, J. P. Benner, K. E. Kohfeld, J. Bailey & K. Lertzman. 2016. Observations of climate change among subsistence-oriented communities around the world. Nature Climate Change 6, 462–473. 2016 Subsistence-Oriented Communities, First Foods, Climate Science, Meta-Study International Link
Landis, Ben. Art Helps a Scientific Collaboration Come to Life. TEE. 2016. 2016 Dine, Navajo Nation, NASA, climate science, risk assessment, weather patterns, natural disasters, hazards National, Navajo territories, and Midwest Link
Gombay-McGill, Katherine. 2016. Climate and Politics Could Test Arctic People: Futurity. 2016 Climate Resilience, Climate Vulnerability, Environmental Science, Social Stability, Future Generations. Alaska, Arctic, Canada. Link
EPA. Climate Change and the Health of Pregnant Women. Factsheet. 2016. 2016 socioeconomics, climate change, pregnancy, pregnant, mother, women, health risks, education, biohazard United States, International Link
Weatherdon, J.; Ota, Y.; Jones, M.; Close, D.; Cheung, W.2016. Projected Scenarios for Coastal First Nations’ Fisheries Catch Potential under Climate Change: Management Challenges and Opportunities. PLoS ONE. 11: e0145285. 2016 Traditional Knowledges, Site-Specific Mitigation and Adaptation, Joint-Management, Salmon, Species Decline, Species Range Shift Northwest, International (Canada), British Columbia Link
2016. Research Ethics: A Source Guide to Conducting Research with Indigenous Peoples. Indigenous Geography. 2016 indigenous science, research, climate change, cultural resources, sovereignty, self-determination Global Link
Zhiliang Zhu and A. David McGuire (eds). 2016. Baseline and Projected Future Carbon Storage and Greenhouse-Gas Fluxes in Ecosystems of Alaska 2016 Climate Impacts, Methane, Climate Mitigation, Wildfire, Permafrost Thaw, Climate Assessment Alaska, Northwest Link
Harden, Alexandra. Glaciers Help Explain Suffering Salmon Populations. Glacier Hub. 2016. 2016 climate change, glaciers, temperature, weather, salmon, stream, river, water, habitat, marine National Link
Alaskan village votes to relocate over global warming. CNN. 2016. 2016 Alaska, Climate change, coastal erosion, sea level, tradition, Pacific Northwest, Arctic, Alaska, United States Link
Armatas, C. A., T. J. Venn, B. B. McBride, A. E. Watson, and S. J. Carver. 2016. Opportunities to utilize traditional phenological knowledge to support adaptive management of social-ecological systems vulnerable to changes in climate and fire regimes. Ecology and Society 21(1):16. 2016 adaptation planning, climate change, traditional knowledge, traditional ecological knowledge, Indigenous knowledge, ecology, stewardship, fire management Western United States Link
LaDuke, Winona. 2016. The Rights of Nature (video). University of Oregon: EMU Ballroom. 2016 climate achange, fossil fuel, capitalism, pieline, protest, resistance, sovereignty, self-determination, treaty rights National Link
Participation of Indigenous Peoples at the United Nations 2016 Indigenous Peoples, United Nations, Governmental Procedure International Link
Swanston, Christopher W. Janowiak, Maria K. Brandt, Leslie A. Butler, Patricia R. Handler, Stephen D. Shannon, P. Danielle Derby Lewis, Abigail Hall, Kimberly Fahey, Robert T. Scott, Lydia Kerber, Angela Miesbauer, Jason W. Darling, Lindsay. Forest Adaptation Resources: Climate Change Tools and Approaches for Land Managers, 2nd Edition. USDA. 2016. 2016 National Link
Michael A. Crimmins, Daniel B. Ferguson, Jeremy L. Weiss, Holly Faulstich. n.d. Hopi Climate Report – An Overview to Support Drought Monitoring & Management. 2016 Climate Adaptation, Drought Monitoring, Assessment Southwest Link
Linn, Emily. US tribes work with scientists against climate change. 2016. 2016 Choctaw, Oklahoma, Climate change, weather patterns, clean water, drought, vulnerability assessment Oklahoma, United States, Southeast Link

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