Literature

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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
Krakoff, S. 2011. Radical Adaptation, Justice, and American Indian Nations. Environmental Justice 4(4): 207-212. 2011 Adaptation, historical removal from homelands, Cherokee Nation, environmental change, tribe, indigenous Southwest Link
Kukarenko, N. 2011. Climate change effects on human health in a gender perspective: some trends in Arctic research. Global Health Action. 4: 7913. 2011 Climate change effects, Human Health, gender, Arctic, tribe, indigenous Arctic
Alexander C., Bynum N., Johnson E., King U., Mustonen T., Neofotis P., Oettlé N., Rosenzweig C., Sakakibara C., Shadrin V., Vicarelli M., Waterhouse J. and Weeks B. (2011) Linking Indigenous and Scientific Knowledge of Climate Change. BioScience, Vol. 61 no.6, p. 477-484. 2011 Climate change, observed impacts, indigenous knowledge, assessment, temperature change, tribe, indigenous Global Link
Mack, M. C., S. M. Bret-Harte, T. N. Hollingsworth, R. R. Jandt, E. A. G. Schuur, G. R. Shaver, and D. L. Verbyla, 2011:Carbon loss from an unprecedented Arctic tundra wildfire. Nature, 475, 489-492, doi:10.1038/nature10283. URL ↩ 2011 Climate science Earth science Ecology Environmental science Arctic Link
Alvord, C. 2011. Overview of the NIDIS Four Corners Pilot Activities: National Integrated Drought Information System, Volume 2, Issue 1. Retrieved November 18, 2011, from http://www.drought.gov/imageserver/NIDIS/newsletter/NIDIS_Newsletter_Winter_2011.pdf 2011 Drought Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin, Alabama Link
Mahoney, M. (2011) This Land is Your Land, This Land is My Land: An Historical Narrative of an Intergenerational Controversy over Public Use Management of the San Francisco Peaks. M.S. Thesis, Arizona State University, 103p. 2011 Sustainability, Modern History, Environmental Studies, Intergenerational equity, Land use policy, Law, Native American studies, Particapatory mechanisms, Reclaimed wastewater, tribe, indigenous Southwest Link
Aporta, Claudio, Taylor, Fraser D.R., and Gita J. Laidler. 2011. Geographies of Inuit sea ice use: Introduction. The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien 55(1):1–5. 2011 Sea ice reduction, Inuit communities, tribe, indigenous Canada, Arctic Link
McNeeley SM, Shulski MD (2011) Anatomy of a closing window: vulnerability to changing seasonality in Interior Alaska. Global Environ Chang 21:464–473 2011 Climate change, vulnerability, Sensitivity, Adaptation, Multiple stressors, Indigenous observations and understanding of climate, tribe, indigenous Alaska, Arctic
Armitage, Derek, Berkes, Fikret, Dale, Aaron, Kocho-Schellenberg, Erik, and Eva Patton. 2011. Co-management and co-production of knowledge: Learning to adapt in Canada’s Arctic. Global Environmental Change 21:995–1004. 2011 Adaptation, Adaptive governance, Knowledge co-production, Knowledge integration, resilience, Social learning, Traditional Knowledge, vulnerability, tribe, indigenous Canada, Arctic, Global Link
Miller, David W. 2011 The Taking of American Indian Lands in the Southeast: A History of Territorial Cessions and Forced Relocations, 1607-1840. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Company Inc. 2011 Historical relocations, Southeast, tribe, indigenous Southeast
Barker, Joanne. 2011. Native Acts: Law, Recognition, and Cultural Authenticity. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. 2011 Federal Recognition, cultural authenticity, Native oppression, decolonization and self-determination, Native movements and cultural revitalization, tribe, indigenous United States Link
National Wildlife Federation (2011) Facing the Storm: Indian Tribes, Climate-Induced Weather Extremes, and the Future for Indian Country. National Wildlife Federation Rocky Mountain Research Center, Boulder, Colorado, 28p. 2011 Adaptation, Climate change, Government-Tribal impacts, National Wildlife Federation, tribe, indigenous
Bender, S., E. Burke, D. Chahim, L. Eshbach, L. L. Gordon, F. Kaplan, K. McCusker, H. Palevsky, M. Rowell, D. Battisti, J. Barcelos, J. Marlow, and S. Stzern, 2011: Initial Assessment of Lead Agency Candidates to Support Alaska Native Villages Requiring Relocation to Survive Climate Harms. 82 pp., University of Washington Climate Justice Seminar Spring 2011, Three Degrees Project, Seattle, WA. URL ↩ 2011 Climate change, Relocation, tribe, Alaska Native, tribe, indigenous Alaska, Arctic Link
Feifel, K. (2010). Stream Temperature Monitoring Network for Cook Inlet Salmon Streams [Case study on a project of Cook Inletkeeper]. Product of EcoAdapt's State of Adaptation Program. Retrieved from CAKE: www.cakex.org/case-studies/stream-temperature-monitoring-network-cook-in... (Last updated March 2010) 2010, updated in 2019 water temperature, stream monitoring, Cook Inlet Watershed, salmon, planning, adaptation Cook Inlet, Alaska Link
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
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
Sub-Cabinet, C.C., 2010. Alaska's climate change strategy: addressing impacts in Alaska. Final draft report by the adaptation advisory group. 2010 Southeast Alaska, subsistence, mitigation, adaptation, relocation, economy, (endangered) traditional culture, Elders, traditional knowledge, TEK, traditional foods, fishing, fisheries, climate science, climate projections, vulnerability assessment 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
Haufler, J.B., C.A. Mehl, and S. Yeats. 2010. Climate change: anticipated effects on ecosystem services and potential actions by the Alaska Region, U.S. Forest Service. Ecosystem Management Research Institute, Seeley Lake, Montana, USA. 2010 Southeast Alaska, planning, policy, conservation, collaboration, partnership, forestry, management, vulnerability assessment, climate adaptation plan Alaska Link
Krupnik, Igor, Aporta, Claudio, Gearheard, Shari, Laidler, Gita J., and Lene Kielsen Holm. 2010. SIKU: Knowing Our Ice. Documenting Inuit Sea Ice Knowledge and Use. Dorderecht: Springer. 2010 tribe, indigenous
Clark, R., A. Ott, M. Rabe, D. Vincent-Lang, and D. Woodby. 2010. The effects of a changing climate on key habitats in Alaska. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication No. 10-14, Anchorage. 2010 Southeast Alaska, climate change, planning, policy, monitoring, climate projections, climate modeling, Sitka, salmon, shellfish, crab, herring, forest, coastal, subsistence, fishing, hunting, fisheries Alaska Link
Laidler, Gita J., Elee, Pootoogoo, Ikummaq, Teo, Joamie, Eric, and Claudio Aporta. 2010. Mapping Inuit sea ice knowledge, use, and change in Nunavut, Canada (Cape Dorset, Igloolik, Pangnirtung). In SIKU: Knowing Our Ice. Documenting Inuit Sea Ice Knowledge and Use. Igor Krupnik, Claudio Aporta, Shari Gearheard, Gita J. Laidler, and Lene Kielsen Holm, eds. Dorderecht: Springer, pp. 45–80. 2010 tribe, indigenous
Bednarski, J. 2010. Klawock Lake Subsistence Sockeye Salmon Project 2009 Annual and Final Report. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Commercial Fisheries, Juneau, Alaska. LOOK FOR MOST RECENT, REF SINCE 2004 2010 Southeast Alaska, fisheries, watershed, habitat, salmon, restoration, subsistence, commercial, sockeye, Tlingit, Klawock, hatchery Alaska Link
Laska, Shirley, Kristina Peterson, Michelle E. Alcina, Jonathan West, Ashey Volion, Brent Tranchina, and Richard Krajeski. 2010. Enhancing Gulf of Mexico Coastal Communities' Resiliency through Participatory Community Engagement. CHART Publications. Paper 21. http://scholarworks.uno.edu/chart_pubs/21 2010 tribe, indigenous
Loring PA, Gerlach SC (2010) Food security and conservation of Yukon River salmon: are we asking too much of the Yukon River? Sustainability 2:2965–2987 2010 Salmon, Yukon River, Food Security, pacific salmon treaty, escapement, ecosystem-based management, tribe, indigenous Northwest Link
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
Parkinson, A. J., 2010: Sustainable development, climate change and human health in the Arctic. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 69, 99-105. URL ↩ 2010 Sustainable Development, Human Health, Climate change, tribe, indigenous Arctic
Redsteer, M. Hiza, Bogle, R, and Vogel, J. Block, D., and Middleton, B. (2010b) The history and growth of a recent dune field at Grand Falls, Navajo Nation, NE Arizona. Geological Society of America Abstracts with programs, Paper No. 170-5, Vol. 42, No. 5, p.416. 2010
Jacobs, T., Alston, S. and Lynn, K. (Ed). 2010 Law, Natural Resources, Sovereignty National Link

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