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Publications

Here is a list of recent publications from the LI and its comployees.

Chaulk, K.G. and M.L. Mahoney. Accepted. “Does spring ice cover influence nest initiation date and clutch size in common eiders?” Polar Biology.

Natcher, D., L. Felt, K.G. Chaulk and A. Procter. 2011. “Monitoring the Domestic Harvest of Migratory Birds in Nunatsiavut, Labrador.” Arctic.

Turner, Mark David. "The Tyranny of Absence: One Account of Archival Practice at the Fringe of the State." A Tyranny of Documents: The Performance Arts Historian As Film Noir Detective. Spec. issue of Performing Arts Resources. Ed. Stephen Johnson. 28 (2011): 322-328.

Rudd MA, Beazley KF, Cooke SJ, Fleishman E, Lane DE, Mascia MB, Roth R, Tabor G, Bakker JA, Bellefontaine T, Berteaux D, Cantin B, Chaulk KG, Cunningham K, Dobell R, Fast E, Ferrara N, Findlay CS, Hallstrom LK, Hammond T, Hermanutz L, Hutchings JA, Lindsay KE, Marta TJ, Nguyen VM, Northey G, Prior K, Ramirez-Sanchez S, Rice J, Sleep DJ, Szabo ND, Trottier G, Toussaint JP, Veilleux JP. 2011. “Generation of Priority Research Questions to Inform Conservation Policy and Management at a National Level.” Conservation Biology 5:476-84.

MacDonald, Martha, ed. "Very Rough Country: Proceedings of the Labrador Exploration Symposium." Happy Valley-Goose Bay: Labrador Institute, 2010.

The Labrador Institute and Derek H.C. Wilton. "The Polar Bear in the Rock: Two Windows on the World/Nanuk Ujagammi: Unikkausikkut Kaujimajunullu Kaujisautinga." Illus. Cynthia Colosimo. Happy Valley-Goose Bay: Labrador Institute, 2009.

Wolf, J. and Moser, S.C. (In Press) "Individual understandings, perceptions and engagement with climate change: Insights from in-depth studies across the world", Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews Climate Change.

Wolf, J., Adger, W.N., Lorenzoni, I. (2010) "Heat waves and cold spells in the UK: An analysis of policies and perceptions with reference to the elderly", Environment and Planning A 42(11): 2721-2734.

Wolf, J. (2011) "Climate change adaptation as a social process" In: Ford, J. and Ford Berrang, L. (eds.) Climate Change Adaptation in Developed Nations, Springer.

Wolf, J. (2010) "Ecological citizenship as public engagement" In: Whitmarsh, L., Lorenzoni, I., and O'Neill, S.J. Public Engagement with Climate Change – Behaviour Change and Communication, Earthscan, pp. 120-137.

Wolf, J., Bell, T. (2011) "'It's no use fighting the weather' – Adaptation to climate change in aboriginal communities in Labrador" Resilience 2011, Arizona State University, 11-16 March 2011, Tempe, Arizona, US. Available online at http://vimeo.com/20930388

Wolf, J., Bell, T., Allice, I. (2010) "Stuck in slush – Values in adaptation to climate change in two Labrador communities" ArcticNet Annual Scientific Meeting, 14-17 Dec. 2010, Ottawa ON.

Riedlsperger, R., Borlase, H., Wood, B., Allice, I., Bell, T., Wolf, J. (2010) "'Where the Arctic verge drives so far south' – Illuminating the challenges of climate change adaptation in Labrador" Poster presented at ArcticNet Annual Scientific Meeting, 14-17 Dec. 2010, Ottawa ON.

Goldhar, C., Bell, T., Wolf, J. (2010) "Water ways: Community relations with freshwater and freshwater systems on the Labrador North Coast, and resilience to environmental change" ArcticNet Annual Scientific Meeting, 14-17 Dec. 2010, Ottawa ON.

Chaulk, K.G. 2009. “Suspected Long-Term Population Increases in Common Eiders, Somateria mollissima, on the Mid-Labrador Coast, 1980, 1994, and 2006.” Canadian Field-Naturalist 123: 304-308.

Chaulk, K.G., G.J. Robertson, W.A. Montevecchi. 2007. “Landscape Features and Sea Ice Influence Nesting Common Eider Abundance and Dispersion.” Canadian Journal of Zoology 85: 301-309.

Chaulk, K.G. and B.C. Turner. 2007. “Observations on the timing of waterfowl arrival and dispersion during spring migration in Labrador.” Northeastern Naturalist 14: 375-386.

Chaulk, K.G., G.J. Robertson, W.A. Montevecchi. 2007. “Extinction, colonization, and distribution patterns of common eider populations in Labrador.” Canadian Journal of Zoology 84: 1402-1408.

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