Literature

Publicationsort descending Year Category Geography Website
Rubenstein, M. A., Christopherson, R., & Ransom, J. I. (2018). Trophic implications of a phenological paradigm shift: Bald eagles and salmon in a changing climate (Vol. 0, Ser. 0) (United States). Journal of Applied Ecology. 2018 climate change, bald eagles, salmon, Puget Sound, North Cascades, habitat health, flood events, spawning events Skagit River Basin, North Cascades, Puget Sound Link
Rudolph, L., Harrison, C., Buckley, L. & North, S. (2018). Climate Change, Health, and Equity: A Guide for Local Health Departments. Oakland, CA and Washington D.C., Public Health Institute and American Public Health Association. 2018 climate change impacts, public health, equality, community health, transportation, land use, agriculture National Link
Rupp, D.E., Abatzoglou, J.T. and Mote, P.W., 2016. Projections of 21st century climate of the Columbia River Basin. Climate Dynamics, pp.1-17. 2016 climate change, baseline, climate science, projections, outcomes, mitigation, adaptation, policy, planning, support Pacific Northwest, Oregon, Columbia River Basin Link
Ryan E Emanuel; Water in the Lumbee World: A River and Its People in a Time of Change, Environmental History, Volume 24, Issue 1, 1 January 2019, Pages 25–51, https://doi.org/10.1093/envhis/emy129 2019 landscapes, indigenous communities, culture and history, environmental justice North Carolina Link
Ryan, M. G., S. R. Archer, R. Birdsey, C. Dahm, L. Heath, J. Hicke, D. Hollinger, T. Huxman, G. Okin, R. Oren, J. Randerson, and W. Schlesinger, 2008: Ch. 3: Land Resources. The Effects of Climate Change on Agriculture, Land Resources, Water Resources, and Biodiversity.A Report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research, P. Backlund et al., Ed., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 75-120. URL ↩ 2008 Climate change, Land resources, Agriculture, Water Resources, Biodiversity United States
Sadasivam, Naveena. “Indigenous Tribes Are at the Forefront of Climate Change Planning in the U.S.” Grist, 4 Feb. 2020, https://grist.org/climate/indigenous-tribes-are-at-the-forefront-of-climate-change-planning-in-the-u-s/. 2020 indigenous, tribes, climate change, adaptation, fish, vulnerability, Nez Perce Tribe Link
Saez, Catherine. On Eve Of WIPO Traditional Knowledge Negotiations, Nations Swap Experiences. IPW. 2016. 2016 traditional knowledge, intellectual property, protection, retention, collaboration, TEK, knowledge sovereignty International, Global Link
Sakakibara, C. (2008). “Our Home Is Drowning”: Iñupiat Storytelling And Climate Change In Point Hope, Alaska”. Geographical Review, 98(4), 456-475. 2008 Alaska, Climate change, coastal erosion, Point Hope, storytelling, tribe, indigenous Alaska
Salazar, Ken. 2009. Interior Secretarial Order 3289, “Addressing the Impacts of Climate Change on America’s Water, Land, and other Natural and Cultural Resources.” Available at: http://www.doi.gov//whatwedo/climate/strategy/index.cfm. 2009 Secretarial order Link
Salil D. Benegal (2018) The spillover of race and racial attitudes into public opinion about climate change, Environmental Politics, 27:4, 733-756, DOI:10.1080/09644016.2018.1457287 2018 climate change, racial attitudes, public opinion, communication National Link
Sampson, Donald. Columbia River Basin Tribes Climate Change Capacity Assessment. Portland State University. 2015. 2015 climate change, climate science, adaptation, vulnerability assessment, planning, mitigation, development, policy Oregon, Washington state Link
Sanchez-Cortes, M.S. and Chavero, E.L. (2010) Indigenous Perception of Changes in Climate Variability and its Relationship with Agriculture in a Zoque Community, Chiapas, Mexico. Climatic Change, DOI 10.1007/s1584-010-9972-9. 2010 perceptions climate knowledge changes in climate variability chichón Volcano Zoque indigenous, tribe International Link
Sankey, J. B., Kreitler, J., Hawbaker, T. J., McVay, J. L., Miller, M. E., Mueller, E. R., . . . Sankey, T. T. (2017). Climate, wildfire, and erosion ensemble foretells more sediment in western USA watersheds. Geophysical Research Letters. Retrieved October 30, 2018, from https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/2017GL073979. 2017 climate change, wildfire, erosion, water quality, water supply, watershed health, sedimentation United States Link
Saperstein, A. 2015. Climate Change, Migration, and the Puget Sound Region: What We Know and How We Could Learn More. Report prepared for the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group. The Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Washington, Seattle. 2015 Human Migration, Climate Impacts, Research Pacific Northwest, Washington, Puget Sound Link
Sarah J. K. Frey, Adam S. Hadley, Sherri L. Johnson, Mark Schulze, Julia A. Jones, and Matthew G. Betts. 2016. Spatial models reveal the microclimatic buffering capacity of old-growth forests. Science Advances, Vol. 2, no. 4. DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1501392 2016 Microsystems, Climate Modeling, Ecosystems Impacts National Link
Sarche, M. and Spicer P., (2008) Poverty and Health Disparities for American Indian and Alaska Native Children: Current Knowledge and Future Prospects. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1136: p. 126-136. 2008 poverty, health disparities, children, American Indian, Alaska Native, tribe, indigenous United States Link
SBS. 2017. US won't budge on climate change despite Indigenous groups and Arctic nations' pleas. 2017 climate change, arctic, Alaska, legislation, Trump Administration, global warming Arctic, Alaska Link
Schabekoff, Philip. 1988. Global warming has begun, expert tells Senate. The New York Times June 24, 1988 https://www.nytimes.com/1988/06/24/us/global-warming-has-begun-expert-tells-senate.html (accessed June 18, 2015) 1988 Link
Schaefer, K., Lantuit, H., Romanovsky, V., & Schuur, E. (2012). Policy implications of warming permafrost. 2012 Public policy, permafrost Alaska, Arctic
Schick, Tony. “Can 'Moneyball' Fix How The West Manages Wildfire? .” OPB, 16 July 2018, www.opb.org/news/article/fire-wildfire-west-management-science-data-risk-moneyball/?utm_campaign=FirstLook&utm_source=firstlook&utm_medium=email. 2018 wildfire, controlled burns National Link
Schiffman, R. (2018, August 20). Lessons Learned from Centuries of Indigenous Forest Management. Retrieved August 27, 2018, from https://e360.yale.edu/features/lessons-learned-from-centuries-of-indigenous-forest-management 2018 traditional knowledge, TEK, agriculture, forestry, management, forest health Link
Schuessler, Ryan. 2016. This Could Explain All Those Strong Happenings in Alaska’s Waters: The Washington Post. 2016 Toxins and Pollution, Environmental Degradation, Algae, Environmental Science. Alaska Link
ScienceDirect 2012 climate change, human impacts, health, well-being National Link
Scientific Americana 2019 ecological degradation, environmental stewardship, indigenous people, biodiversity Global Link
Seidl, R., Spies, T. A., Peterson, D. L., Stephens, S. L., Hicke, J. A. (2016), REVIEW: Searching for resilience: addressing the impacts of changing disturbance regimes on forest ecosystem services. Journal of Applied Ecology, 53: 120–129. doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12511 2016 Forest Ecosystem Services, Forest Disturbance Management, Ecosystem Resilience National Link
Sejersen, Frank. 2012. Mobility, climate change, and social dynamics in the Arctic: The creation of new horizons of expectation and the role of community. In Climate Change and Human Mobility: Global Challenges to the Social Sciences. Kirsten Hastrup and Karen Fog Olwig, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 190–213. 2012 Climate change, Migration Global, Arctic Link
Sen, Basav. 2017. Trump's War on the Climate. 2017 climate change, federal court, resistance, social justice, climate justice, climate science, denial United States, National, Global Link
Sequim Gazette. 2016. Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe builds logjams for salmon habitat. 2016 salmon, migration, habitat, restoration, climate change, spawning, fishing, cultural resources Washington, Pacific Northwest Link
Sevigny, Melissa. “Federal Report Highlights Tribes’ Vulnerability to Climate Change.” KNAU Arizona Public Radio, 17 Dec. 2018, www.knau.org/post/federal-report-highlights-tribes-vulnerability-climate-change. 2018 Fourth National Climate Assessment, tribes, vulnerability, climate change, adaptation National Link
Sevigny, Melissa. “The STAR School Wins Science Prize for Low-Cost Cooler Design.” Knau Arizona Public Radio Home, 31 Jan. 2018, knau.org/post/star-school-wins-science-prize-low-cost-cooler-design. 2018 solar power, community wellness, affordable energy, stem Arizona Link

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