Literature

Publicationsort ascending Year Category Geography Website
Voice of the Sea TV. YouTube, YouTube, 13 June 2018, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZW5E_zLzHs&t=245s 2018 climate change, climate adaptation, research, forest health, fresh water supply, community health, wildlife, El Nino Hawaii Link
Voggesser G, Lynn K, Daigle J, Lake FK, Ranco D (2013) Cultural Impacts to Tribes from Climate Change Influences on Forests. Climatic Change. DOI # 10.1007/s10584-013-0733-4. 2013 Traditional Knowledge, Forest resources, Adaptation, Management, tribe, indigenous United States Link
Visser, Nick. 2017. Interior Department Scrubs Climate Change From Agency Website. Again. 2017 climate change, Trump administration, white house, anti-science, climate change denial, National 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
Vinyeta, K., & Lynn, K. (2013). Exploring the role of traditional ecological knowledge in climate change initiatives. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-879. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 2013 traditonal knowledge, Climate change, tribe, indigenous United States 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 National 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
Verbrugge, L., 2010: Traditional Foods in Alaska: Potential Threats from Contaminants and Climate Change. State of Alaska Division of Public Health. URL ↩ 2010 traditional food, Climate change, tribe, indigenous Alaska, Arctic
Vasan, Thamanna, and David M. Kling. “What Can the Pacific Northwest Oyster Aquaculture Industry Do about Ocean Acidification?” Agriculture and Climate Change Research in the Pacific Northwest, Agriculture Climate Network, 25 Apr. 2019, https://www.agclimate.net/2019/04/25/what-can-the-pacific-northwest-oyster-aquaculture-industry-do-about-ocean-acidification/. 2019 ocean acidification, oysters, shellfish, industry, aquaculture Pacific Northwest 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 Scientific Data, Climate Data, Public Perception, Subsistence-oriented Communities, Meta-study International 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
USGS. 2017. Model development for climate-driven impacts to berry resources in Alaska. 2017 berries, conservation, management, sustainability, planning, policy, projections Alaska Link
USGCRP, 2016: The Impacts of Climate Change on Human Health in the United States: A Scientific Assessment. Crimmins, A., J. Balbus, J.L. Gamble, C.B. Beard, J.E. Bell, D. Dodgen, R.J. Eisen, N. Fann, M.D. Hawkins, S.C. Herring, L. Jantarasami, D.M. Mills, S. Saha, M.C. Sarofim, J. Trtanj, and L. Ziska, Eds. U.S. Global Change Research Program, Washington, DC, 312 pp. http://dx.doi.org/10.7930/J0R49NQX 2016 Harmful Algal Blooms, Water Quality, Human Health, Climate Impacts, Temperature Change, Air Quality Impacts, Extreme Events, Vector-Borne Diseases, Water-related Illnesses, Food Safety, Mental Health National Link
USFWS. 2016. The Service's: Native American Policy. 510 FW 1. 2016 Policy, Conservation, Cultural Resources, Federal-Tribal Collaboration National Link
USDA, USFS 2006 relations, tribes, land management, monitoring, resources, religious, cultural, consultation Northwest Link
USDA, Forest Service (US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service) (2014) Memorandum of Understanding Among the Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians North Carolina Arboretum and Germplasm Repository U.S. Geological Survey, N. Carolina Water Science Center and the USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station. FS Agreement Number 14-MU-11330101-076 2014 partnership, Natural Resources, Cultural Resources, tribe, indigenous Southeast Link
USDA Forest Service. Science Update: Fuel Treatments: Are We Doing Enough? vol. 25, pp. 1–16, Science Update: Fuel Treatments: Are We Doing Enough? 2018 wildfire, unhealthy forests, forest management, fire-adapted forests, fuel treatments, land management, fire-resilient Pacific Northwest Link
USACE. Alaska Village Erosion Technical Assistance Program. An Examination of Erosion Issues in the Communities of Bethel, Dillingham, Kaktovik, Kivalina, Newtok, Shishmaref, and Unalakleet. 2006. 2006 Technical Assistance Program, Alaska Villages, Erosion, Alaska, Bethel, Dillingham, Kaktovik, Kivalina, Newtok, Shishmaref, Unalakleet, tribe, indigenous Alaska Link
USACE. 2009. Alaska Baseline Erosion Assessment Study Findings and Technical Report. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District. http://www.poa.usace.army.mil/Library/Reports-and-Studies/Alaska-Baseline-Erosion-Assessments/ (accessed 24 June, 2015). 2009 Link
US Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources.2016. Senators Work to Improve Forest Management and Wildfire Budgeting. Press Release. 2016 Wildfire, Forest Management, Natural Resource Management National Link
US Forest Service 2019 watershed restoration, memorandum of understanding, fish, wildlife, culturally relevant places, stewardship National Link
US DOI. 2015. Available at: www.DOI.gov 2015 Energy Link
US DOE: Office of the Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development. 2013. Tribal Energy Development Capacity Grant Program. Available at: http://www.indianaffairs.gov/cs/groups/public/documents/text/idc1-026611.pdf 2013 grant recipients United States Link
Urgenson, L. S., Nelson, C. R., Haugo, R. D., Halpern, C. B., Bakker, J. D., Ryan, C. M., Waltz, A. E., Belote, R. T. and Alvarado, E. (2018), Social perspectives on the use of reference conditions in restoration of fire‐adapted forest landscapes. Restor Ecol, 26: 987-996. doi:10.1111/rec.12640 2018 ecological restoration, land management, stakeholders, fire management, forest management, wildfires Link
Upagiaqtavut. Setting the Course. Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in Nunavut. 2010. Iqaluit: Government of Nunavut. 2010 tribe, indigenous
University of Washington 2019 streams, water flow, fish, wildlife, surface water Pacific Northwest Link
University of Oregon. 2015. Tribal Climate Change Program. Available at: http://tribalclimate.uoregon.edu 2015 American Indians, Climate change, tribe, indigenous Link
University of Oregon, 2011: First Foods and Climate Change Report. Tribal Climate Change Project-Tribal Profiles. 6 pp., The University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. URL ↩ 2011 Climate change, Traditional foods, tribe, indigenous United States
University of Oregon, 2011: Climate Change: Realities of Relocation for Alaska Native Villages. Tribal Climate Change Project-Tribal Profiles. 5 pp., The University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. URL ↩ 2011 Relocation, Alaska, tribe, indigenous Alaska
University of Edinburgh. "Taller plants moving into Arctic because of climate change." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 26 September 2018. <www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/09/180926140816.htm>. 2018 plants, arctic, climate change, ecosystem health Arctic Link

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