Literature

Publicationsort descending Year Category Geography Website
Ford, J. D., and L. Berrang-Ford, 2009: Food security in Igloolik, Nunavut: An exploratory study. Polar Record, 45, 225-236, doi:10.1017/S0032247408008048.↩ 2009 Food Security, food insecurity, Traditional foods, tribe, indigenous Canada, Arctic Link
Ford, J. D., Bell, T., & St-Hilaire-Gravel, D. (2010). Vulnerability of community infrastructure to climate change in Nunavut: a case study from Arctic Bay. In Community Adaptation and Vulnerability in Arctic Regions (pp. 107-130). Springer Netherlands. 2010 Adaptation Climate change Infrastructure Inuit Vulnerability Mixed methods, tribe, indigenous Arctic Link
Ford, J. D., Willox, A. C., Chatwood, S., Furgal, C., Harper, S., Mauro, I., & Pearce, T. (2014). Adapting to the effects of climate change on Inuit health. American journal of public health, 104(S3), e9-e17. 2014 Alaska Natives, Health, Climate change, tribe, indigenous Arctic, Alaska Link
Ford, J.D., et al. “Changing Access to Ice, Land and Water in Arctic Communities.” Nature Climate Change, no. 9, 18 Mar. 2019, pp. 335–339., www.nature.com/articles/s41558-019-0435-7#article-info. 2019 arctic, climate change, climate change impacts, trails, transportation, access, indigenous knowledge, weather, sea ice Arctic, Northern Canada Link
Ford, James D., Bolton, Kenyon, Shirley, Jamal, Pearce, Tristan, Tremblay, Martin, and Michael Westlake. 2010. Mapping human dimensions of climate change research in the Canadian Arctic. AMBIO 41:808–822. 2010 Arctic Regions, Canada, Climate change, Inuits, tribe, indigenous Arctic Link
Ford, James D., McDowell, Graham, and Julie Jones. 2014. The state of climate change adaptation in the Arctic. Environmental Research Letters 9. Doi:10.1088/1748-9326/9/10/104005 2014 Arctic, Climate change, Adaptation, systematic review, adaptation tracking, monitoring and evaluation, tribe, indigenous Arctic Link
Ford, James D., Pearce, Tristan, Duerden, Frank, Furgal, Chris, and Barry Smit. 2010. Climate change policy responses for Canada’s Inuit population: The Importance of and opportunities for adaptation. Global Environmental Change 20:177–191. 2010 Inuit, Climate change, vulnerability, Adaptation, Canada, indigenous peoples, Aboriginal peoples, Climate policy, tribe, indigenous Arctic, Canada Link
Ford, James D., Smit, Barry, and Johanna Wandel. 2006. Vulnerability to climate change in the Arctic: A case study from Arctic Bay, Canada. Global Environmental Change 16(2):145–160. 2006 vulnerability, Adaptation, adaptive capacity, Arctic, Inuit, Climate change, environmental change, Communities, Climatic risks, tribe, indigenous Arctic, Canada
Fouladbash, Lisa. 2015 North Carolina Tribes Share Concerns about Climate Change. March 24. http://globalchange.ncsu.edu/serch/north-carolina-tribes-share-their-concerns-about-climate-change/ 2015 climate impacts Southeast Link
Fox, Shari. 2000. Project documents Inuit knowledge of climate change. Witness the Arctic 8(1):8. 2000 tribe, indigenous, Inuit knowledge Arctic Link
Fox, Shari. 2003. When the Weather is Uggianaqtuq: Inuit Observations of Environmental Change. Boulder, Colorado USA: University of Colorado Geography Department Cartography Lab. Distributed by National Snow and Ice Data Center. CD-ROM http://nsidc.org/data/docs/arcss/arcss122/index.html 2003 ARCSS Data Coordination Center, Baker Lake, Clyde River, Traditional Knowledge, Inuitt, Inuit climate knowledge, NSIDC, Nunavut, Weather, Seasonal Temperature Changes Topographic Maps, Traditional Knowledge, Weather Unpredictability, tribe, indigenous Arctic
Foytlin, Cherri. 2017. Indigenous Youth Took Center Stage at the People's Climate March. alternet.com 2017 climate change, social justice, racial justice, environmental justice, climate march National Link
Freeman, C., and M. A. Fox, 2005: Status and Trends in the Education of American Indians and Alaska Natives. NCES 2005–108. 160 pp., National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, Washington, D.C. URL 2005 American Indians and Alaska Natives, Education, tribe, indigenous United States
Freudenberg, William R., Robert Gramling, Shirley Laska, and Kai T. Erikson 2009 Catastrophe in the Making: The Engineering of Katrina and the Disasters of Tomorrow. Washington, DC: Island Press. 2009
Friedman, L. 2017. Scientists Fear Trump Will Dismiss Blunt Climate Report. The New York Times. 2017 cliamte chagne, Tru,p Administration, white house, planning, policy, legislation, adaptation, mitigation, coal, emissions, carbon, green house gases, United States, National Link
Frumhoff PC, McCarthy JJ, Melillo JM, Moser SC, and Wuebbles DJ, 2007: Confronting Climate Change in the U.S. Northeast: Science, Impacts, and Solutions. Synthesis report of the Northeast Climate Impacts Assessment (NECIA). Union of Concerned Scientists, Cambridge, MA. 2007 Climate change, Northeast, Coastal Impacts, marine impacts, forests impacts, Agricultural Impacts, Winter recreation, Human Health, Impact Assessment Northeast Link
Fugate C. 2013. Changing laws for the better - recognizing tribal sovereignty. FEMA. Available at: https://www.fema.gov/blog/2013-01-31/changing-laws-better-recognizing-tribal-sovereignty 2013 Sovereignty, FEMA, Disasters, tribe, indigenous United States Link
Funes, Yessenia, STUDY: Climate Change Perceptions Vary Among Generations of Alaska's Yup'ik and Cup'ik People. 2016. Colorlines. 2016 Arctic, Yukon, Alaska, Climate change, adaptation, traditional knowledge, generation Arctic, Alaska, United States, Northwest Link
Furgal, Chris., Martin, D., Gosselin, P., Viau, A., Labrador Inuit Association, and Nunavik Regional Board of Social Services. 2002. Climate Change in Nunavik and Labrador: What we know from science and Inuit ecological knowledge. Final project report prepared for Climate Change Action Fund. Beauport, Québec. 2002 tribe, indigenous, Climate change, traditional knowledges, Science
GAO, 2009: Alaska Native Villages: Limited Progress Has Been Made on Relocating Villages Threatened By Flooding and Erosion. Government Accountability Office Report GAO-09-551. 53 pp., U.S. Government Accountability Office. URL ↩ 2009 Alaska Native, Relocation, tribe, indigenous Arctic, Alaska
Garfin, G., A. Jardine, R. Meredith, M. Black, and S. LeRoy, 2013: Assessment of Climate Change in the Southwest United States: A Report Prepared for the National Climate Assessment. Island press, 528 pp. URL ↩ 2013 climate change assessment, Southwest Southwest Link
Gary Harris (tech ed). 2011. Northwest Forest Plan - The First 15 Years [1994-2008]: Effectiveness of the Federal-Tribal Relationship. Tech. Paper R6-RPM-TP-01-2011. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region 2011 Northwest, Forest plan, tribal integration, collaboration, monitoring tribal-federal relationships Northwest, Oregon, Northern California, Washington Link
Gautam, M. R., K. Chief, and W. J. Smith, Jr., 2013: Climate change in arid lands and Native American socioeconomic vulnerability: The case of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe. Climatic Change, 120, 585-599, doi:10.1007/s10584-013-0737-0. URL ↩ 2013 vulnerability, adaptative capacity, tribe, indigenous Pyramid Lake Paiute Link
Gearheard Fox, Shari, Kielsen Holm, Lene, Huntington, Henry P., Leavitt, Joe M., Mahoney, Andrew R., Opie, Margaret, Oshima, Toku and Joelie Sanguya, eds. 2013. The Meaning of Ice. People and Sea Ice in Three Arctic Communities. Hanover, NH: International Polar Institute Press. 2013 Climate change, sea ice, Inuit, Traditional Knowledge, Oral history, tribe, indigenous Arctic Link
Gearheard, S., M. Pocernich, R. Stewart, J. Sanguya, and H. P. Huntington, 2010: Linking Inuit knowledge and meteorological station observations to understand changing wind patterns at Clyde River, Nunavut. Climatic Change, 100, 267-294, doi:10.1007/s10584-009-9587-1.↩ 2010 Traditional Knowledge, Science, wind patterns, Clyde Rive, Nunavut, tribe, indigenous Canada, Arctic
Gearheard, S., W. Matumeak, I. Angutikjuaq, J. Maslanik, H.P. Huntington, J. Leavitt, D. Matumeak Kagak, G. Tigullaraq, and R.G. Barry. 2006. “It’s Not That Simple”: A Collaborative Comparison of Sea Ice Environments, Their Uses, Observed Changes, and Adaptations in Barrow, Alaska, USA, and Clyde River, Nunavut, Canada. Ambio 35(4): 203–211. 2006 Adaptation, Arctic, Climate, Conservation, Natural Resources, sea ice, Inuits, Seasons, tribe, indigenous Arctic
Geiling, Natasha. 2017. Climate change is already forcing U.S. communities to abandon their homes. Think Progress. 2017 climate change, relocation, natural disaster, hazard, human health, land loss, adaptation, legislation National Link
Geiling, Natasha. 2017. Climate kids to get their day in court against the Trump administration. 2017 OCT, climate change, lawsuit, federal court, legislation, policy, carbon, emissions, youth, social justice National Link
Georgakakos, A., P. Fleming, M. Dettinger, C. Peters-Lidard, Terese (T.C.) Richmond, K. Reckhow, K. White, and D. Yates, 2014: Ch. 3: Water Resources. Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment, J. M. Melillo, Terese (T.C.) Richmond, and G. W. Yohe, Eds., U.S. Global Change Research Program, 69-112. doi:10.7930/ J0G44N6T. 2014 Climate change, Water Resources, precipitation, Drought, Flooding, Groundwater, Coastal Aquifers, Wetlands, Lakes and rivers, water demand, water resource, Management, Adaptation United States Link
George G. Waldbusser, Matthew W. Gray, Burke Hales, Chris J. Langdon, Brian A. Haley, Iria Gimenez, Stephanie R. Smith, Elizabeth L. Brunner, Greg Hutchinson. Slow shell building, a possible trait for resistance to the effects of acute ocean acidification. Limnology and Oceanography, 2016; DOI: 10.1002/lno.10348 2016 Native oysters, climate adaptation, habitat restoration, population restoration, resilient, case study, climate change, acidification Pacific Northwest, Pacific Coast, British Columbia, Vancouver, Washignton, Oregon, California Link

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