Literature

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Reuters, Thompson. 'Dangerous' move by climate-change activists cuts off pipeline flow from Canada to U.S. CBC News. 2016. 2016 necessity, climate change, fossil fuels, crude oil, tar, pipeline, corporations, activism United States, Canada Link
Little, Jeremy S., 2016, Downscaled climate projections for southeast Alaska and considerations for use in modeling, management, and planning. Alaska Climate Science Center and US Geological Survey. 2016 Southeast Alaska, coastal, marine, downscaling, climate projections, historical climate, hydrology, snow, Alaska Link
Johnson, J., Howitt, R., Cajete, G., Berkes, F., Louis, R., Kliskey, A. 2016. Weaving Indigenous sustainability sciences to diversify our methods. Springer 11(1): 1-11. 2016 Traditional Knowledges, Sustainability Sciences, Research Protocols, Collaboration International Link
Kastalia Medrano. 2016. Can Native American Oyster Practices Rejuvenate the Chesapeake Bay? Pacific Standard. 2016 shellfish, commercial fishing, industry, productivity, oyster, native species, restoration Chesapeake Bay, North East, Atlantic, East Coast Link
Whyte, Kyle, Indigenous Peoples, Climate Change Loss and Damage, and the Responsibility of Settler States (April 25, 2016). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2770085 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2770085 2016 Climate Change, Sovereignty, Colonial States, Responsibility, Philosophy National, International Link
Pitz, Charles. 2016. Predicted Impacts of Climate Change on Groundwater Resources of Washington State. Washington State Department of Ecology. Publication No. 16-03-006 2016 Groundwater Resources, Climate Impacts, Hydrology, Climate Assessment, Sea-level Rise Northwest, Coastal Link
Couch, J. 2016. Tribal Food Sovereignty: Beyond the Community Garden. FNDI. 2016 food sovereignty, food justice, economy, self-determination, sustainability, self-sufficiency United States, Canada Link
The Salmon People at Risk: What Climate Change Means for the Puyallup Tribe. LRInspire. 2016. 2016 ppuyallup, salmon, fisheries, traditional foods, TEK, sovereignty, climate change, water health Washignton State Link
Whyte, K., Brewer, J., Johnson, J. 2016. Weaving Indigenous science, protocols and sustainability science. Springer 11(1): 25-32. 2016 Sustainability Sciences, Indigenous Protocols, Collaboration National Link
United States, Congress, Federal Highway Administration. “Climate Change and Environmental Justice: Considerations for Transportation Decision-Making.” Climate Change and Environmental Justice: Considerations for Transportation Decision-Making, 2016. 2016 highways, transportation, climate change, climate change impacts, environmental justice, equity National Link
Banegas, D. (2016). United States Department of Agriculture, "From Devastation to Resoration", https://www.usda.gov/media/blog/2016/02/11/devastation-restoration 2016 sagebrush, ecosystems, wildfires, drought, cheatgrass, invasive species, seed restoration Link
Pacific Northwest Weighs Response to Risks Posed by Oil Trains. July 31, 2016. 2016 chinook, salmon, fisheries, salmon run, habitat restoration, population, spawning, Gorge, dam, dam removal Yakama territories, Washington, Oregon, Pacific Northwest Link
Mistry, J. Berardi, A. Bridging indigenous and scientific knowledge. Science 2016: Vol. 352, Issue 6291, pp. 1274-1275 DOI: 10.1126/science.aaf1160 2016 emissions, deforestation, climate mitigation, adaptation, sustainability, community programs, indigenous knowledge, oral traditions, shared social memory, ecosystem degradation, community initiatives, traditional knowledge, local National, International, United States Link
Whyte, Kyle, Indigenous Food Systems, Environmental Justice, and Settler-Industrial States (April 25, 2016). 2015. In Global Food, Global Justice: Essays on Eating under Globalization. Edited by M. Rawlinson & C. Ward, 143-156, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2770094 2016 Environmental Justice, Injustice, Food Systems, Detroit, Philosophy National Link
J. M. Cotton, T.E. Cerling, K.A. Hoppe, T.M. Mosier, C.J. Still. 2016. Climate, CO2, and the history of North American grasses since the Last Glacial Maximum. Science Advances, Vol. 2, no. 3, e1501346. DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1501346 2016 Historical Climate Change, Climate Modeling Great Plains, Midwest Link
Granoff, I, Hogarth, J, Wykes, S, Doig, S. 2016. Beyond coal: scaling up clean energy to fight global poverty. ODI. 2016 climate change, coal, emissions, standards, policy, socioeconomic, power, poverty Global Link
Thorne, K.M., Powelson, K.W., Bui T.D., Freeman, J.Y. Takekawa, C.M., Janousek, C.N., Buffington, K.J., and D.L. Elliott-Fisk. 2016. Assessing coastal manager science needs and disseminating science results for planning. Data Summary Report Prepared for the California and North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperatives. USGS Western Ecological Research Center, Vallejo, CA. 110 pp. 2016 Planning, Science in Planning, Coastal Management, Natural Resource Management Pacific Ocean, Northwest, West, Alaska Link
Sheperd, Sara. Conference at Haskell explores how climate change affects American Indians. Lawrence Journal-World. 2016. 2016 climate change, network, adaptation, mitigation, forum, conference United States Link
Kealiikanakaoleohaililani, K., Giardina, C. 2016. Embracing the sacred: an indigenous framework for tomorrow’s sustainability science. Springer 11(1): 57-67. 2016 Sustainability Sciences, Traditional Knowledges, Resource Management, Sacred National Link
Terence, Malcolm. Karuk Tribe Holds Its Own Climate Study Session. Two Rivers Tribune. 2016. 2016 climate assessment, climate science, indigenous knowledge, tribal lands, local government, orleans, Federal agency, California, Orleans, Pacific Northwest Link
Whyte, Kyle, Indigenous Environmental Movements and the Function of Governance Institutions (April 25, 2016). Whyte, K.P. 2016. Indigenous Environmental Movements and the Function of Governance Institutions. Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory. Edited by T. Gabrielson, C. Hall, J. Meyer & D. Schlosberg, 563-580. Oxford University Press.. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2770066 2016 Governance, Indigenous Environmental Movements, Reciprocal Responsibilities, Philosophy National, International Link
Isabelle Groc. 2016. Some Whales Like Global Warming Just Fine. National Geographic. 2016 Whales, Climate Impacts, Temperature Change National, International Link
Ban, S.S., Alidina, H.M., Okey, T.A., Gregg, R.M. and Ban, N.C., 2016. Identifying potential marine climate change refugia: A case study in Canada’s Pacific marine ecosystems. Global Ecology and Conservation, 8, pp.41-54. 2016 climate change, refugia, canada, pacific, marine, sea, coastal Coastal, Canada Link
Vose, J.M.; Clark, J.S.; Luce, C.H.; Patel-Weynand, T., eds. 2016. Effects of drought on forests and rangelands in the United States: a comprehensive science synthesis. Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-93b. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Washington Office. 289 p. 2016 Drought, Management, Climate Science, Forest, Rangelands, Science Synthesis United States Link
Cochran, F., Brunsell, N., Cabalzar, A., Van der Veld, P., Azevedo, E., Azevedo, R., Pedrosa, R., Winegar, L. 2016. Indigenous ecological calendars define scales for climate change and sustainability assessments. Springer 11(1): 69-89. 2016 Mapping, Traditional Knowledges, Sustainability Science, Natural Resource Management International Link
Brown, Timothy. “For Native Foresters, Land Management About More than Economics and Timber.” Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, 20 May 2016, environment.yale.edu/news/article/for-native-american-foresters-managing-the-land-transcends-economics-and-timber/. 2016 tribal, forest management, fire management, cultural resources, Intertribal Timber Council, sovereignty, forestry education National, Reservations 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
Federal Treaty and Trust Obligations, and Ocean Acidification. Robert T. Anderson, University of Washington School of Law, June 1, 2016. Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy, Vol. 6, No. 2, Pp. 474-95 (2016) University of Washington School of Law Research Paper 2016-17. 2016 land action, tribal lands, water health, environmental protection, tribal territories, protection of rights, advocacy, trust responsibility National, International Link
Whyte, Kyle, Indigeneity and US Settler Colonialism (April 25, 2016). Forthcoming in Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Race, Edited by Naomi Zack, Oxford University Press. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2770061 2016 Indigeneity, Indigenous Identity, Philosophy National, International Link
EPA. 2016. Climate Change Indicators in the United States (Fourth Edition). 2016 climate change, human health, social justice, coastal, forest, climate science National, United States Link

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