Literature

Publicationsort ascending Year Category Geography Website
Ranco R, Arnett A, Latty E, Remsburg A, Dunckel K, Quigley E, Lilieholm R, Daigle J, Livingston B, Neptune J, Secord T (2012) Two Maine forest pests: a comparison of approaches to understanding threats to hemlock and ash trees in Maine. Maine Policy Rev 21:76–89 2012 hemlock wooly adelgid (HWA), emerald ash borer (EAB), cultural practices, Mutiple stakeholder partnerships, Forest resources, cross-cultural forestry-management, collaborative research, tribe, indigenous Northeast Link
Raftery M. 2013. Federal Judge Hears Quechan Tribe’s Case On Ocotillo Wind Project Harm To Sacred Sites. East County Magazine. 2013 cultural resource protection, tribe, indigenous Northeast Link
Raftery M. 2012. Wind Storm: Tribes Implore President Obama To Stop Ocotillo Express Wind Project, Save Cultural Resource Sites Available At: http://www.eastcountymagazine.org/wind-storm-tribes-implore-president-obama-stop-ocotillo-express-wind-project-save-cultural-resource 2012 Renewable energy, tribe, indigenous Link
Quileute Newsletter, 2011: Key committee approves Cantwell bill to move Quileute Tribe out of tsunami zone. The Talking Raven: A Quileute Newsletter. URL ↩ 2011 Quileute, Relocationtribe, indigenous Northwest
Quaempts, E. J., K. L. Jones, S. J. O'Daniel, T. J. Beechie, and G. C. Poole. 2018. Aligning environmental management with ecosystem resilience: a First Foods example from the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Oregon, USA. Ecology and Society 23(2):29. https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-10080-230229 2018 reciprocity, creation stories, environmental policy management, first foods, resilience, planning, ecosystems Oregon Link
Pyper, Julia. “IRS Issues Favorable Tax Credit Guidance for New Solar Projects.” GTM, 22 June 2018, www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/irs-issues-favorable-tax-credit-guidance-for-new-solar-projects?utm_source=InsideClimate News&utm_campaign=ee944cfe76-&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_29c928ffb5-ee944cfe76-327881649#gs.qZ1Esio. 2018 solar panel, tax credit, investment, renewable energy National Link
Pungowiyi, C., 2009: Siberian Yup'ik Elder, personal communication. 2009
Pungowiyi, C., 2006: Siberian Yup'ik Elder, personal communication. 2006
Pulwarty, Roger. 2013 Presentation at the Rising Voices of Indigenous People in Weather and Climate Science Workshop. The Indigenous Peoples Climate Change Working Group and National Center 2013 tribe, indigenous
Profita, Cassandra. 2017. Climate Change Is Making Smoky, Unhealthy Air More Common. 2017 climate change, wildfire, asthma, heart disease, human health, risk, hazard, air quality, smoke, pollution Northwest, Pacific Northwest Link
Pringle, Heather. 2017. In the Land of Lost Gardens. Hakai Magazine. 2017 ethnobotany, TEK, traditional knowledge, plants, first foods, traditional foods, British Colombia, Canada, Pacific Northwest Link
Press, T. A. (2016, July 10). Columbia River fishing plan could alter limits for salmon, steelhead. Retrieved July 26, 2016, from http://www.oregonlive.com/pacific-northwest-news/index.ssf/2016/07/columbia_river_fishing_plan_co.html 2016 salmon, fisheries, marine health, steelhead, Tribal governments, Pacific Northwest Tribes Pacific Northwest, Washington, Oregon, National Link
President’s FY2016 Indian Affairs Budget Requests $2.9 Billion to Support Tribal Self-Determination, Strengthen Native American Communities 2015 Budget, Self-Determination, tribe, indigenous United States Link
POWTEC Environmental Services, LLC., 2005. Kasaan Bay Watershed Management Plan. Prepared for Organized Village of Kasaan Department of Natural Resources. 2005 Southeast Alaska, watershed, hydrology, precipitation, butter clams, black seaweed, hooligan, herring, sea otter, salmon, fisheries, economy, water quality, Alaska Link
Popovich, N., Schlossberg, T. 2017. 23 Environmental Rules Rolled Back in Trump’s First 100 Days. 2017 climate change, Trump administration, environmentalism, deregulation, emissions, standards, pollution, greenhouse gas regulations, energy, fossil fuels United States, Global, International Link
Popovich, N. 2017. Trump’s Executive Order Pushes the U.S. Climate Pledge Further Out of Reach. New York Times. 2017 climate change, emissions, standards, greenhouse gasses, regulations, deregulated National Link
Popkin, Gabriel. 2017. How Scientists And Indigenous Groups Can Team Up to Protect Forests and Climate. Smithsonianmag. 2017 climate change, conservation, sustainability, preservation, forest, water, adaptation, mitigation, interagency, South America, Wasington, D.C., United States, Central America, Global Link
Plumer, B. (2018, May 15). 'Impossible to Ignore': Why Alaska Is Crafting a Plan to Fight Climate Change. Retrieved July 2, 2018, from https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/15/climate/alaska-climate-change.html 2018 climate change, adaptation, greenhouse gas emissions, relocation, renewable energy Alaska 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
Piguet, Etienne. 2008 Climate Change and Forced Migration. New Issues in Refugee Research. Research 2008 Link
Pierre-Louis, K. 2017. If the EPA doesn't believe in science, what is it good for? Popular Science. 2017 claimtea change, environmental protection, budget cuts, governemntal agency, funding, climate science, trump administration, white house. legislation, planning, policy National Link
PhysOrg 2019 climate change, adaptation, snow, fishing, health, traditional lifestyle Alaska Link
Photo Diary: A Week in Rural Alaska Where Climate Change Is Threatening a Village, Its School and Way of Life. The 74 Magazine. 2016. 2016 climate change, relocation, erosion, infrastructure, school Alaska, Arctic, Bering Sea Link
Philippe. 2017. Food forests are helping these Native American reservations eat healthier. 2017 climate change, seasonal migration, food production, food justice, social justice, climate justice, human health, noncommunicable diseases, local, sustainable, diet, nutrition, education, access National Link
Pfeiffer J, Voeks R (2008) Biological invasions and biocultural diversity: linking ecological and cultural systems. Environ Conserv 35:281–293. doi:10.1017/S0376892908005146 2008 Alien species, biocultural diversity, biological invasions, cultural diversity, diaspora, exotic species, indigenous, introduced species, Invasive Species, traditions, Weeds
Peterson, Kristina Joy. 2011 Transforming Researchers and Practitioners: The Unanticipated Consequences (Significance) of Participatory Action Research (PAR). Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Urban Studies, University of New Orleans. 2011 Participatory Action Research (PAR), post-disaster recovery project, Southeast, The Grand Bayou Participatory Action Research (PAR) project, tribe, indigenous Southeast Link
Perdue, Theda. 2012. The Legacy of Indian Removal. The Journal of Southern History 78(1):3-36. 2012 Historical Displacement, tribe, indigenous Southwest
Penland, Shea, Lynda Wayne, L.D. Britsch, S. Jeffress Williams, Andrew D. Beall, and Victoria Caridas Butterwortk. 2000 Process Classification of Coastal Land Loss between 1932 and 1990 in the Mississippi River Delta Plain, Southeastern Louisiana. Reston, VA: U.S. Geological Survey. 2000 coastal land loss Southeast, United States Link
Pearce, Tristan D., Ford, James D., Laidler, Gita J., Smit, Barry, Duerden, Frank Duerden, Allarut, Mishak, Andrachuk, Mark, Baryluk, Steven, Dialla, Andrew, Elee, Pootoogoo, Goose, Annie, Ikummaq, Theo, Joamie, Eric, Kataoyak, Fred, Loring, Eric, Meakin, Stephanie, Scott Nickels, Scot, Shappa, Kip, Shirley, Jamal, and Johanna Wandel. 2009. Community collaboration and climate change research in the Canadian Arctic. Polar Research 28(1):10–27. 2009 Adaptation, Canadian Arctic, Climate change, community–researcher collaboration, Inuit, vulnerability, tribe, indigenous Arctic Link
PBS. 2017. Broken Treaties: The history of the native people of Oregon and how they went from possessing 100 percent of the state's land to nearly none of it. 2017 treaties, legislation, policy, management, Federal recognition, traditional lands, treaty lands, sovereignty, self determination Oregon Link

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