Literature

Publicationsort descending Year Category Geography Website
K.R. Jones, J.E.M. Watson, H.P. Possingham, C.J. Klein. 2016. Incorporating climate change into spatial conservation prioritisation: A review. Biological Conservation, Volume 194, 121–130. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2015.12.008 2016 Climate Impacts, Conservation, Climate Modeling, Ecological Restoration National, International Link
Kaeding, Danielle. “Tribal Forests More Diverse, Sustainable Than Surrounding Forests.” Wisconsin Public Radio, 25 Apr. 2018, https://www.wpr.org/tribal-forests-more-diverse-sustainable-surrounding-forests. 2018 tribal forests, forest management, plant diversity Wisconsin Link
Kahn, Brian. 2017. The EPA has started to remove Obama-era information. 2017 climate change, trump administration, Obama Administration, white house, federal, protection,administration, legislation National, United States Link
Kalliongis, Jamie, and Strategic Communications. “UN Spotlights Indigenous Peoples' Contribution to Global Goals.” Rights Resources, 9 May 2018, rightsandresources.org/en/blog/un-permanent-forum-spotlights-indigenous-peoples-contributions-to-global-goals/#.Wvx5n6QvyUn. 2018 indigenous rights, land, resources, climate change, erosion, sustainable development, displacement Link
Karl, T. R., J. T. Melillo, and T. C. Peterson, 2009: Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States. T.R. Karl, J.T. Melillo, and T.C. Peterson, Eds. Cambridge University Press, 189 pp. URL ↩ 2009 Climate change, Water Resources, Energy, Transportation, Agriculture, ecosystems, Human Health, Society United States
Karuk Tribe, 2010: Department of Natural Resources Eco-Cultural Resource Management Plan. 171 pp., Karuk Tribe of California, Department of Natural Resources. URL ↩ 2010 Karuk, Management Plan, tribe, indigenous Northwest 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
Kathleen A. Wendt, Yuri V. Dublyansky, Gina E. Moseley, R. Lawrence Edwards, Hai Cheng, Christoph Spötl. Moisture availability in the southwest United States over the last three glacial-interglacial cycles. Science Advances, 2018; 4 (10): eaau1375 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aau1375 2018 groundwater, southwest, water table, rainfall patterns, climate change, historic patterns Southwest Link
Kathy Lynn. Fostering Tribal Engagement in Climate Science Centers and Landscape Conservation Cooperatives. 2012. 2012 Climate Science Center, Landscape Conservation Cooperatives, tribal engagement, climate initiatives National, United States Link
Kaufman, L., 2011: Seeing trends, coalition works to help a river adapt. The New York Times. URL ↩ 2011 Adaptation, salmon, fish health, Nisqually River, snowpack, flooding, stream flow Northwest 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
Kelley, D. (2007) A Struggling Tribe Faces New Hardships. Los Angeles Times, November 22, 2007. 2007 tribe, indigenous
Kellogg, Joshua, Jinzhi Wang, Courtney Flint, David Ribnicky, Peter Kuhn, Elvira González De Mejia, Ilya Raskin and Mary Ann Lila, 2010: Alaskan Wild Berry Resources and Human Health under the Cloud of Climate Change. J. Agric. Food Chem., 2010, 58 (7), pp 3884– 3900 DOI: 10.1021/jf902693r 2010 traditional ecological knowledge, adipocytes, diabetes, Obesity, metabolic syndrome, tribe, indigenous Alaska, Arctic
Kelly E, Gosnell H. 2014. Who Will Own the Mazama? Tribal Power and Forest Ownership in the Klamath Basin. Humboldt journal of social relations. 36: 102-117 2014 Forest resources, Klamath Basin, tribe, indigenous Northwest Link
Kemp, Kym. “US Supreme Court Keeps in Place a Moratorium on Recreational Suction Dredge Mining; Karuk Tribe Pleased.” Redheaded Blackbelt, Kym Kemp, 9 Jan. 2018, kymkemp.com/2018/01/09/us-supreme-court-keeps-in-place-a-moratorium-on-recreational-suction-dredge-mining-karuk-tribe-pleased/. 2018 mining, regulation, fish health, water quality, cultural sites, traditional sites Northern California Link
Kerry L. Metlen, Carl N. Skinner, Derek R. Olson, Clint Nichols, Darren Borgias, Regional and local controls on historical fire regimes of dry forests and woodlands in the Rogue River Basin, Oregon, USA, Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 430, 2018, Pages 43-58, ISSN 0378-1127, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2018.07.010. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378112718303566) 2018 fire management, wildfire management, forest restoration, plant health Southern Oregon, Rogue River Basin Link
Kershner, J. (2010). A Framework for Climate Change Adaptation in Hawaii [Case study on a project of the Center for Island Climate Adaptation and Policy (ICAP) and Hawaii Coastal Zone Management Program]. Product of EcoAdapt's State of Adaptation Program. Retrieved from CAKE: http://www.cakex.org/case-studies/framework-climate-change-adaptation-ha... (Last updated December 2010) 2010 climate change, pacific, TEK, sovereignty, self determination, adaptation, mitigation Hawaii Link
Kettle, N.P., Trainor, S.F. and Loring, P.A., 2017. Conceptualizing the Science-practice Interface: Lessons from a Collaborative Network on the Front-line of Climate Change. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 5, p.33. 2017 decision-making, policy, planning, management, legislation, collaboration, scientific gaps, climate change, adaptation International, National, Untied States Link
Keyser, A.R, et al. "Predicting increasing high severity area burned for three forested regions in the western United States using extreme value theory" Forest Ecology and Management. 15 January, 2019, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2018.09.027 2019 fire suppression, federal management, fire regimes, fire cycles, fire frequency Western United States, Rocky Mountains, Sierra Nevada Mountains, Southwest Link
Khalafzai, Muhammad-Arshad K., et al. “Flooding in the James Bay Region of Northern Ontario, Canada: Learning from Traditional Knowledge of Kashechewan First Nation.” International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 27 Feb. 2019, doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2019.101100. 2019 traditional knowledge, floods, disaster management, collaboration, warming temperatures, snowmelt, monitoring, indigenous communities Northern Ontario, Canada Link
Kimmerer, Robin & Lake, Frank. (2001). Maintaining the Mosaic: The role of indigenous burning in land management. Journal of Forestry. 99. 36-41. 2001 land management, forest management, indigenous burning, traditional knowledge, TEK Link
Kirkland, J., Flitcroft, R., Reeves, G. and Hessburg, P., 2017. Adaptation to wildfire: A fish story. 2017 stream habitat, salmonid, anadromous fish, restoration, population, management, adaptation, managed wildfire, prescribed burn, wildfire, United States, National, Washington state Link
Kirsty Galloway McLean. Land Use, Climate Change Adaptation, and Indigenous Peoples. 2012. 2012 current events, climate change, education, adaptation, TEK, TK National Link
Klein, N. 2007. The shock doctrine: the rise of disaster capitalism. New York: Picador. 2007 Climate change, political ecomony, capitalism
Klopotek, Brian. 2011. Recognition Odysseys: Indigeneity, Race, and Federal Tribal Recognition Policy in Three Louisiana Indian Communities. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. 2011 Federal Recognition, Louisiana, Tunica-Biloxi, Jena Choctaws, Clifton-Choctaws, tribe, indigenous Southeast
Knapp C.N., Trainor S. F. 2015. Alaskan stakeholder-defined research needs in the context of climate change. Polar Geography. 2015 Traditional Knowledge, Culture, Climate change, Worldviews, Stakeholder-defined research, tribe, indigenous Alaska, Arctic Link
Knoblauch, Jessica A. “Climate Change Forces Quinault Tribe to Seek Higher Ground.” EarthJustice, 12 Mar. 2018, earthjustice.org/blog/2018-march/climate-change-forces-the-quinault-tribe-to-seek-higher-ground. 2018 climate change impacts, relocation, sea level rise, tribal communities Washington, Olympic Peninsula, Taholah Link
Knudson, C.L., Hayes, M.J., and Svoboda, M.D. (2007) Case Study of Tribal Drought Planning: The Hualapai Tribe; Natural Hazards Review, p.125-131. 2007 Case reports, Droughts, American Indians, United States, tribe, indigenous
Kofinas, G., F.S. Chapin, S. BurnSilver, J. Schmidt, N. Fresco, K. Kielland, S. Martin, A. Springsteen, and T.S. Rupp. 2010. Resilience of Athabascan subsistence systems to interior Alaska’s changing climate. Canadian Journal of Forest Resouces. 40: 1347-1359. 2010 Indigenous Food Systems, Resilience, Climate Impacts, Athabascan Peoples, Subsistence Gathering Alaska Link
Kofinas, G.P., Chapin F.S. III, BurnSilver, S., Schmidt, J.I., Fresco, N.L., Kielland, K., Martin, S., Springsteen, A. and Rupp, T.S. (2010) Resilience of Athabascan subsistence systems to interior Alaska’s changing climate. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research, Vol. 40, p.1347–1359. 2010 Subsistence harvesting, Athabascan peoples, moose, hunting conflicts, co-management strategies, tribe, indigenous Alaska Link

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