Literature

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Brubaker, M. Y., J. N. Bell, J. E. Berner, and J. A. Warren, 2011: Climate change health assessment: A novel approach for Alaska Native communities. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 70, doi:10.3402/ijch.v70i3.17820.↩ 2011 indigenous, Arctic, Climate change, Alaska Natives, health assessment, tribe Alaska. Arctic Link
Whyte, K. Powys, 2011: The recognition dimensions of environmental justice in Indian Country. Environmental Justice, 4, 185-186, doi:10.1089/env.2011.4401.↩ 2011 Environmental Justice, Native American environmental thought, environmental ethics, environmental policy, tribal governance, Indian environmental law, tribe, indigenous United States
Redsteer, M. H., K. B. Kelley, H. Francis, and D. Block, 2011: Disaster Risk Assessment Case Study: Recent Drought on the Navajo Nation, Southwestern United States. Contributing Paper for the Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction. 19 pp., United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction and U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA. URL↩ 2011 Disaster Risk Assessment, Four Corners, Navajo Nation, Drought, Southwest, tribe, indigenous Southwest
Buckley, G.L. and A. Allen. 2011. Stories about mountaintop removal in the Appalachian coalfields. In M. Morrone and G.L. Buckley (eds.) Mountains of injustice: social and environmental justice in Appalachia. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press. Pp. 161-180. 2011 Appalachia, Mountaintop removal
Harris, Gary; Lynn, Kathy; MacKendrick, Katie; Satein, Hannah; University of Oregon (UO) Resource Innovation Group; UO Institute for a Sustainable Environment. 2011. Effectiveness of the Federal-Tribal Relationship. Report Submitted as part of Northwest Forest Plan 15 Year Reports. R6-RPM-TP-01-2011. 2011 Policy, Northwest Forest Plan, Consultation, Co-Management, Natural Resource Management, Forestry Northwest Link
Redsteer, M. H., R. C. Bogle, and J. M. Vogel, 2011: Monitoring and Analysis of Sand Dune Movement and Growth on the Navajo Nation, Southwestern United States. Fact Sheet Number 3085. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA. URL↩ 2011 Sand Dunes, Navajo Nation, Southwest, tribe, indigenous Southwest
Burkett M(2011) The nation ex-situ: on climate change, deterritorialized nationhood, and the post-climate era. Clim Law 2(3):345–374 2011 Climate-induced displacement, Climate change, climate migration, international law International
Redsteer, M. Hiza, Bogle, R.C., and Vogel J.M. (2011a) Monitoring and Analysis of Sand Dune Movement and Growth on the Navajo Nation, Southwestern United States. U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2011-3085, Available at http://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/2011/3085/. 2011 tribe, indigenous Southwest
Couvillion, Brady A., John A. Barras, Gregory D. Steyer, William Sleavin, Michelle Fischer, Holly Beck, Nadine Trahan, Brad Griffin, and David Heckman. 2011 Land Area Change in Coastal Louisiana from 1932 to 2010: U.S. Geological Survey. Scientific Investigations Map 3164. http://pubs.usgs.gov/sim/3164/downloads/SIM3164_Pamphlet.pdf 2011 land area change Southeast 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
Verbrugge, L., 2010: Traditional Foods in Alaska: Potential Threats from Contaminants and Climate Change. State of Alaska Division of Public Health. URL ↩ 2010 traditional food, Climate change, tribe, indigenous Alaska, Arctic
Bronen, R. (2010). Forced migration of Alaskan indigenous communities due to climate change. In Environment, forced migration and social vulnerability (pp. 87-98). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. 2010 Alaska, indigenous people, tribe, Shishmaref, Kivalina, Shaktoolik, Newtok, Relocation, displacement, climate-induced migration, climigration Arctic, Alaska Link
Wisniewski, Josh. 2010. Knowing about Sigu: Kigiqtaamiut hunting as an experiential pedagogy. ). 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. 275–294. 2010 tribe, indigenous
Brubaker M, Berner J, Bell J, Warren J, Rolin A. 2010. Climate change in Point Hope, Alaska: Strategies for community health. Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium: Center for Climate and Health, Anchorage 2010 Climate change, Indigenous health, Point Hope, Alaska, tribe, indigenous Alaska, Arctic Link
Burley, David. 2010 Losing Ground: Identity and Land Loss in Coastal Louisiana. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi. 2010 Coastal zone management, Louisiana, Coastal settlements, Coast changes, Gulf Coast Region, Place attachment, Identity, tribe, indigenous Southeast Link
Collins, G., M. H. Redsteer, M. Hayes, M. Svoboda, D. Ferguson, R. Pulwarty, D. Kluck, and C. Alvord, 2010: Climate change, drought and early warning on western Native lands workshop report. National Integrated Drought Information System. Climate Change, Drought and Early Warning on Western Native Lands Workshop, 7. URL ↩ 2010 Drought, early warning, Western US, tribe, indigenous Western United States
Davis, S. H. (2010) Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, Vol. 1 Article 2, p.1-19. Retrieved from: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/iipj/vol1/iss1/2 2010 indigenous, tribe, Climate change, green house gas emissions United States Link
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
Federal Register (2010) Indian Entities Eligible to Receive Services from the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs. Vol. 75:190, Friday October 1, 2010 Notices; 60810-60814. 2010 tribe, indigenous United States Link
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
Ford, J. D., Bell, T., & St-Hilaire-Gravel, D. (2010). Vulnerability of community infrastructure to climate change in Nunavut: a case study from Arctic Bay. In Community Adaptation and Vulnerability in Arctic Regions (pp. 107-130). Springer Netherlands. 2010 Adaptation Climate change Infrastructure Inuit Vulnerability Mixed methods, tribe, indigenous Arctic 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
Ford, James D., Bolton, Kenyon, Shirley, Jamal, Pearce, Tristan, Tremblay, Martin, and Michael Westlake. 2010. Mapping human dimensions of climate change research in the Canadian Arctic. AMBIO 41:808–822. 2010 Arctic Regions, Canada, Climate change, Inuits, tribe, indigenous Arctic Link
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
Ford, James D., Pearce, Tristan, Duerden, Frank, Furgal, Chris, and Barry Smit. 2010. Climate change policy responses for Canada’s Inuit population: The Importance of and opportunities for adaptation. Global Environmental Change 20:177–191. 2010 Inuit, Climate change, vulnerability, Adaptation, Canada, indigenous peoples, Aboriginal peoples, Climate policy, tribe, indigenous Arctic, Canada Link
Gearheard, S., M. Pocernich, R. Stewart, J. Sanguya, and H. P. Huntington, 2010: Linking Inuit knowledge and meteorological station observations to understand changing wind patterns at Clyde River, Nunavut. Climatic Change, 100, 267-294, doi:10.1007/s10584-009-9587-1.↩ 2010 Traditional Knowledge, Science, wind patterns, Clyde Rive, Nunavut, tribe, indigenous Canada, Arctic
Gofman, Victoria. 2010. Community-based monitoring handbook: Lessons from the Arctic. CAFF CBMP Report 21. Akureyri, Iceland: CAFF International Secretariat. 2010 community-based monitoring, Arctic International
Green, D. and Raygorodetsky, G. (2010) Indigenous Knowledge of a Changing Climate. Climatic Change, Vol. 100, p. 239-242. 2010 indigenous knowledge, Climate change, tribe, indigenous International Link
Hovelsrud, G. K., & Smit, B. (2010). Springer. Springer Science Business Media B.V. doi:10.1007/978-90-481-9174-1 2010 New Institutional Analysis (NIA), Community Adaptation, Arctic, Yukon Territory, tribe, indigenous Canada, Arctic Link
Hus, Tiffany. 2010. Native Americans sue U.S. over solar power plant in desert. Los Angeles Times. November 4, 2010. Available at: http://articles.latimes.com/2010/nov/04/business/la-fi-solar-tribe-20101105 2010 tribe, indigenous Southwest

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