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Coastal climate change in Southeast Alaska – Students aid in documenting local observations and experiencesAuthor(s): Linda E. Kruger; Adelaide Johnson
Source: Rural Connections 11(1): 33-36. Spring 2017.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionCoastal indigenous people around the world have depended on natural resources from land and sea since time immemorial. However, assessments of potential resource change resulting from ongoing physical change, like we are experiencing today, are rare. Such summaries could increase our understanding of ecosystem dynamics and implications for important resources and could guide land use policies meant to sustain important resources.
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CitationKruger, Linda E.; Johnson, Adelaide. 2017. Coastal climate change in Southeast Alaska – Students aid in documenting local observations and experiences. Rural Connections 11(1): 33-36.
Keywordsclimate change, adaptation, subsistence, Alaska Natives
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