Literature

Publication Yearsort ascending Category Geography Website
Toward Climate Resilience: A Framework and Principles for Science-Based Adaptation. UCS. 2016. 2016 climate change, adaptation, mitigation, climate science assessment United States Link
National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. 2016. A Review of the Landscape Conservation Coopeartives. Washington, D.C.: The National Academies Press. 2016 Review, Landscape Conservation Cooperatives National Link
Thomas W. Doyle, Bogdan Chivoiu, and Nicholas M. Enwright . 2015. Sea-level rise modeling handbook: Resource guide for coastal land managers, engineers, and scientists. Report submitted to USGS. 2015. Sea-level Rise, Climate Modeling, Guide, Ecosystems Impacts Gulf of Mexico, Southeast Link
Ahearn, A. 2015. Facing Rising Waters, A Native Tribe Takes Its Plea to Paris in Climate Talks. NPR. [audio]. 2015. Sea Level Rise, Relocation, Glacial Melting Northwest, Washington Link
New York Times. 2015. The Road to a Paris Climate Deal: What Climate Change Looks Like. 2015. Sea Level Rise, Water Quality, Snow Melt, Coral Bleaching, Bark Beetles, Ocean Acidification National, International Link
Butsic, V.; Kelly, M.; Moritz, M.A. Land Use and Wildfire: A Review of Local Interactions and Teleconnections. Land 2015, 4, 140-156. https://doi.org/10.3390/land4010140 2015 wildfire, land use, fire management California, American West Link
Walker, R. 2015. Swinomish Tribe Files Lawsuit to Stop Bakken Crude Oil Trains. Indian Country Today Media Network. April 9, 2015. Available at: http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2015/04/09/swinomish-tribe-files-lawsuit-stop-bakken-crude-oil-trains-159938 2015 Lawsuit, Swinomish, Bakken Crude Oil, Transportation, tribe, indigenous Pacfic Northwest Link
Northwest Climate Science Center. 2015. Annual Report. 2015 Annual Report, Conservation, Science Northwest Link
Government Accountability Office. 2015. A National System Could Help Federal, State, Local, and Private Sector Decision Makers Use Climate Information. 2015 Climate Data, Review National Link
2015 Public Health, adaptation, preparedness, air quality, climate change, extreme events National Link
ITEP. 2015. Climate Change and Human Health: What it means to tribes and how we can adapt. 2015 disease, pathogens, food security, traditional diets, climate adaptation, community initiatives, weather patterns, heat, insects, air quality United States Link
Welch, Craig. 2015. Why Alaska’s Inupiat Are Warming to Offshore Oil Drilling. The National Geographic http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/05/150522-Inupiat-Shell-offshore-oil-Arctic-Alaska-ocean-whale-sea/ (accessed June 24, 2015) 2015 Offshore oil drilling, Inupiat, tribe, indigenous Alaska, Arctic Link
Rebecca A. Mabardy, George G. Waldbusser, Flaxen Conway and Christine S. Olsen. 2015. Perception and Response of the U.S. West Coast Shellfish Industry to Ocean Acidification: The Voice of the Canaries in the Coal Mine. Journal of Shellfish Research 34(2):565-572. 2015 Ocean Acidification, Shellfish, Commercial Fishing Pacific Ocean, Pacific Northwest Link
Vinyeta K, Whyte KP, Lynn K. 2015. Climate change through an intersectional lens: gendered vulnerability and resilience in indigenous communities in the United States. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-923. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 2015 Indigenous peoples, climate change vulnerability, resilience, gender, identity National Link
ITEP. 2015. Climate Change Mitigation and Solid Waste: Reducing greenhouse gases through municipal solid waste management. 2015 waste management, climate mitigation, climate adaptation, emissions, greenhouse gas, solid waste, tribal health, United States Link
Werkheiser, I. (2015). Community Epistemic Capacity. Social Epistemology, 1–20. http://doi.org/10.1080/02691728.2014.971911 2015 Community Capacities, Epistemic Capacities, Public Participation, Risk Assessment, Expertise, Popular Epidemiology, Science Shops Link
Fisichelli, N., Schuurman, G., Hoffman, C. 2015. Is ‘Resilience’ Maladaptive? Towards an Accurate Lexicon for Climate Change Adaptation. Environmental Management:1-6. 2015 Adaptation, Madaptation, Resilience National, International Link
Wilson, N. J., Walter, M. T., & Waterhouse, J. (2015). Indigenous Knowledge of Hydrologic Change in the Yukon River Basin: A Case Study of Ruby, Alaska. ARCTIC, 68(1), 93-106. 2015 Climate change, Indigenous knowledge of water, socio-hydrology, river dynamics, Water Resources, tribe, indigenous Alaska Link
Vinyeta, Kirsten and Kathy Lynn. 2015. Strengthening the Federal-Tribal Relationship: A Report on Monitoring Consultation under the Northwest Forest Plan. Report Submitted as part of Northwest Forest Plan 20 Year Reports. FS/R6/PNW/2015/0005. 2015 Policy, Northwest Forest Plan, Consultation, Co-Management, Natural Resource Management, Forestry Northwest Link
Maldonado, JK, TMB Bennett, K Chief, P Cochran, K Cozzetto, B Gough, MH Redsteer, N Maynard, K Lynn, G Voggesser. 2015. Engagement With Indigenous Peoples and Honoring Traditional Knowledge Systems. Climatic Change. 2015 sustained assessment, TK, tribe, indigenous Global Link
Inuit Circumpolar Council-Alaska (ICC-AK). 2015. Alaskan Inuit Food Security Conceptual Framework: How to Assess the Arctic from an Inuit Perspective -- Summary and Recommendations Report. Report created as part of 2015 Alaskan Inuit Food Security Conceptual Framework Technical Report. 2015 Food Security, Climate Impacts, Planning, Indigenous Knowledge, Traditional Knowledges International, Alaska, Polar Link
Marino, Elizabeth. 2015. Fierce Climate, Sacred Ground: An Ethnography of Climate Change. University of Alaska Press. 2015 vulnerability, Adaptation, Relocation, tribe, indigenous Alaska, Arctic Link
Inuit Circumpolar Council-Alaska (ICC-AK). 2015. Alaskan Inuit Food Security Conceptual Framework: How to Assess the Arctic from an Inuit Perspective. Technical Report. 2015 Food Security, Climate Impacts, Planning, Indigenous Knowledge, Traditional Knowledges International, Alaska, Polar Link
Vickery, Jamie and Lori Hunter. 2015. Native Americans: Where in Environmental Justice Research? Society and Natural Resources Journal. 2015 Climate justice, American Indians, tribe, indigenous Global Link
Armitage, P and Kilburn, S. 2015. Conduct of Traditional Knowledge Research—A Reference Guide. Whitehorse [YT]: Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope). 2015 Traditional Knowledge, Research, traditional knowledge research, indigenous people, tribe, best practices Canada Link
Brewer, Joseph and Kronk Warner, Elizabeth Ann, Guarding Against Exploitation: Protecting Indigenous Knowledge in the Age of Climate Change (February 20, 2015). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2567995 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2567995 2015 Traditional Knowledge, indigenous knowledge, Climate change, intellectual property, tribes, Native Americans, American Indians, indigenous people, Indians United States
Stewart. Earl, M. 2015. Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan Amendment: Draft Environmental Impact Statement. USDA Forest Service, Alaska Region, Tongass National Forest 2015 Southeast Alaska, Hoonah, Kake, economy, shellfish, salmon, commercial, subsistence, Haida, Hydaburg, Kasaan, Sealaska, subsistence ("socioeconomic setting”), Ketchikan, adaptation plans, reports Alaska Link
Brubaker, Mike; Zweifel, Kevin; Demir, Jennifer; Shannon, Anahma. 2015. Climate Change in the Bering Straight Region. Alaska Strategies for Community Health. Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium: Center for Climate and Health, Anchorage. 2015 Climate change, Indigenous health, Bering Straight, Alaska, Arctic, tribe, indigenous Alaska, Arctic Link
Bronen, R. (2014b). Choice and necessity: relocations in the Arctic and South Pacific. Forced Migration Review: 45. 2015 Relocations, indigenous people, tribe, Arctic, South Pacific, Relocation, Adaptation Arctic, South Pacific Link
Bronen, R. 2015. Climate-induced community relocations: using integrated social-ecological assessments to foster adaptation and resilience. Ecology and Society 20(3):36. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-07801-200336 2015 Adaptation, Climate change, coastal retreat, community relocation, social-ecological monitoring and assessment, tribe, indigenous people Alaska, Arctic Link

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