Publications

Tribal leaders, scholars and others working with tribes on climate change issues are increasingly engaged in bringing tribal voices to academic literature, agency climate reports, and other publications to demonstrate the impacts of climate change on indigenous communities in the United States, and the measures tribes across the country are taking to address climate change. Abstracts and materials provided by the publications are included in the descriptions.

Publication Year Sort descending Geography Website
Enarson, E. 2011. Does Violence Against Women Increase In Disasters?

Categories: Hurricane Katrina, gender based violence

2011 Southeast
Federal Emergency Management Agency (2011) The National Flood Insurance Program Community Status Book. Retrieved November 18, 2011, from http://www.fema.gov/fema/csb.shtm 2011
Gary Harris (tech ed). 2011. Northwest Forest Plan - The First 15 Years [1994-2008]: Effectiveness of the Federal-Tribal Relationship. Tech. Paper R6-RPM-TP-01-2011. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region

Categories: Northwest, Forest plan, tribal integration, collaboration, monitoring tribal-federal relationships

2011 Northwest, Oregon, Northern California, Washington Link
Ferguson, D. B., C. Alvord, M. Crimmins, H. M. Redsteer, M. Hayes, C. McNutt, R. Pulwarty, and M. Svoboda, 2011:Drought Preparedness for Tribes in the Four Corners Region. Report from April 2010 Workshop. Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest. 42 pp., The Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS), The Institute of the Environment, The University of Arizona. URL ↩

Categories: assessment, Four Corners Region, Drought, tribe, indigenous

2011 Southwest
Glicksman, R. L., C. O’Neill, Y. Huang, W. L. Andreen, R. K. Craig, V. B. Flatt, W. Funk, D. D. Goble, A. Kaswan, and R. R. M. Verchick, 2011: Climate Change and the Puget Sound: Building the Legal Framework for Adaptation. Lewis & Clark Law School Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2011-18. Center For Progressive Reform. URL ↩

Categories: Puget Sound, Climate change, adaptationtribe, indigenous

2011 Northwest
Harris, S., and Harper, B., (2011) A Method for Tribal Environmental Justice Analysis. Vol. 4, No.4, Environmental Justice, p. 231-237.

Categories: Environmental Justice, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), traditional lifeways, Risk Assessment, tribe, indigenous

2011 United States Link
Heyes, Scott A. 2011. Cracks in the knowledge: sea ice terms in Kangiqsualujjuaq, Nunavik. The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien 55(1): 69–90.

Categories: Keywords:
sea ice, Inuit knowledge, knowledge transmission, generations, Inuktitut, tribe, indigenous

2011 Canada, Arctic Link
Hovelsrud, Grete, Krupnik, Igor, and Jeremy L. White. 2011. Human-based observing systems. In Understanding Earth’s Polar Challenges. International Polar Year, 2007–2008. Krupnik, Igor, Allison, Ian, Bell, Robin, Cutler, Paul, Hik, David, Lopéz-Martinéz, Jeronimo, Rachold, Volker, Summerheyes, Colin, and Eduard Sarukhanian, eds. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute, pp. 435-456.

Categories: Antarctic, Arctic, International Polar Year, tribe, indigenous

2011 Arctic Link
Tillmann, P. and Siemann, D., 2011. Climate change effects and adaptation approaches in marine and coastal ecosystems of the North Pacific landscape conservation cooperative region: a compilation of scientific literature, phase 1 draft final report. National Wildlife Federation for the US Fish and Wildlife Service Region, 1.

Categories: Southeast Alaska, shellfish, butter clams, cockles, coastal change, precipitation, coastal welling, coastal squeeze, hypoxia, anoxia, runoff timing, glacier/glacial retreat, coastal erosion, coastal change, migratory shorebirds, tidal flats, inundation, new species, TEK, Zostera marina, j. Japonica, eelgrass, climate change, sea level rise, adaptation, geomorphology, streamflow, hydrology, controlled burn, wildfire

2011 Alaska Link
ITEP, 2011: Tribal Profiles. Alaska - Athabascan Region. Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals. www4.nau.edu/tribalclimatechange/tribes/ak_athabascan.asp↩

Categories: Alaska, Athabascan Region, tribe, indigenous

2011 Alaska, Arctic
Kaufman, L., 2011: Seeing trends, coalition works to help a river adapt. The New York Times. URL ↩

Categories: Adaptation, salmon, fish health, Nisqually River, snowpack, flooding, stream flow

2011 Northwest Link
Klopotek, Brian. 2011. Recognition Odysseys: Indigeneity, Race, and Federal Tribal Recognition Policy in Three Louisiana Indian Communities. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Categories: Federal Recognition, Louisiana, Tunica-Biloxi, Jena Choctaws, Clifton-Choctaws, tribe, indigenous

2011 Southeast
Krakoff, S. 2011. Radical Adaptation, Justice, and American Indian Nations. Environmental Justice 4(4): 207-212.

Categories: Adaptation, historical removal from homelands, Cherokee Nation, environmental change, tribe, indigenous

2011 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.

Categories: Climate change effects, Human Health, gender, Arctic, tribe, indigenous

2011 Arctic
Donaghue, E., MacKendrick, K. & Lynn, K. (2011). Social Vulnerability and Climate Change: Synthesis of Literature . Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-838. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.

Categories: Literature Synthesis, Social Vulnerability, Equity, Climate Justice

2011 National Link
Culotta, Kenneth; Fallon, Denis and Southalan, John. 2011. Indigenous People and Resources Development - A Rapidly Changing Legal Landscape. Oil, Gas & Energy Law 4.

Categories: Energy Development, Indigenous Peoples

2011 National, International 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 ↩

Categories: Climate science Earth science Ecology Environmental science

2011 Arctic 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.

Categories: Sustainability, Modern History, Environmental Studies, Intergenerational equity, Land use policy, Law, Native American studies, Particapatory mechanisms, Reclaimed wastewater, tribe, indigenous

2011 Southwest Link
McNeeley SM, Shulski MD (2011) Anatomy of a closing window: vulnerability to changing seasonality in Interior Alaska. Global Environ Chang 21:464–473

Categories: Climate change, vulnerability, Sensitivity, Adaptation, Multiple stressors, Indigenous observations and understanding of climate, tribe, indigenous

2011 Alaska, 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.

Categories: Climate change, observed impacts, indigenous knowledge, assessment, temperature change, tribe, indigenous

2011 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.

Categories: Historical relocations, Southeast, tribe, indigenous

2011 Southeast
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

Categories: Drought

2011 Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin, Alabama 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.

Categories: Adaptation, Climate change, Government-Tribal impacts, National Wildlife Federation, tribe, indigenous

2011
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.

Categories: Sea ice reduction, Inuit communities, tribe, indigenous

2011 Canada, Arctic Link
Navajo Nation Department of Water Resources, 2011: Draft Water Resource Development Strategy for the Navajo Nation. 135 pp., Navajo Nation Department of Water Resources, Fort Defiance, AZ. URL ↩

Categories: Navajo Nation, Water Resources, tribe, indigenous

2011 Southwest
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.

Categories: Adaptation, Adaptive governance, Knowledge co-production, Knowledge integration, resilience, Social learning, Traditional Knowledge, vulnerability, tribe, indigenous

2011 Canada, Arctic, Global Link
NTGBC, 2011: National Tribal Green Building Codes Summit Statement. 2 pp., Tribal Green Building Codes Workgroup. URL ↩

Categories: Sustainability, tribe, indigenous

2011 United States
Barker, Joanne. 2011. Native Acts: Law, Recognition, and Cultural Authenticity. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Categories: Federal Recognition, cultural authenticity, Native oppression, decolonization and self-determination, Native movements and cultural revitalization, tribe, indigenous

2011 United States Link
Olp S (2011) Crow flooding: More than 200 Crow Reservation homes damaged, destroyed from flooding. Billings Gazette. June 15, 2011. Billings, MT

Categories: tribe, indigenous

2011
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 ↩

Categories: Climate change, Relocation, tribe, Alaska Native, tribe, indigenous

2011 Alaska, Arctic Link