”Below are the table of contents of Polar Geography for 2014 in both short and long form with links to all articles, a number of which are open access. ”
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Issue 4 of Polar Geography – Articles on media coverage of Kiruna Arctic Council meeting, commercial Arctic shipping through the Northeast Passage, and social stratification of the Inuit of Nunavik
Issue 3 of Polar Geography – Articles on urban sustainability in the Russian Arctic, Iceland’s view of the rise of Asia in the Arctic, use of traditional knowledge in the governance of reindeer husbandry in Finnmark, and Arctic national identity in Norway
Issue 2 of Polar Geography – Articles on Marine Accessibility along Russia’s Northern Sea Route, an early 18th century vision of a Northeast Passage, Making Russian Arctic Islands Accessible for Tourists, the fertility of indigenous Sami in Jokkmokk, and decentralization in Nunavut.
Issue 1 of Polar Geography – Special issue on local and traditional knowledge and data management in the Arctic.
Issue 4, 2014
“Covering Kiruna: A natural experiment in Arctic awareness”, Philip E Steinberg, Johanne M
Bruun, and Ingrid A. Medby
”Commercial Arctic shipping through the Northeast Passage re-examined: Routes, resources, governance, technology, and infrastructure,” by Albert Buixadé Farré et al.
“Social Stratification through the Capabilities Approach. The Case of the Inuit of Nunavik”, by Gérard Duhaime and Roberson Edouard
Issue 3, 2014
“Urban Sustainability in Russia’s Arctic: Lessons from a Recent Conference for Further Investigations”, by Robert Orttung and Colin Riesser
”The Rise of Asia in a Changing Arctic: A View from Iceland,” Jesse Hastings
“Governing reindeer husbandry in Western Finnmark: barriers for using traditional knowledge in local-level policy implementation”, Ellen Inga Turi and Eva Carina Helena Keskitalo
“Arctic State, Arctic Nation?: Arctic National Identity among the Post-Cold War Generation in Norway” by Ingrid A. Medby
Issue 2, 2014
”Marine Accessibility Along Russia’s Northern Sea Route,” by Stephenson, Scott R., Brigham, Lawson, and Smith, Laurence C.
“Polar Maps: Early 18th Century Vision of a Northeast Passage”, Lawson W. Brigham
“Making Russian Arctic Islands Accessible for Tourists: Analysis of the Institutional Barriers and Assessment of Future Possibilities”, by Albina Pashkevich
”The complex fertility of indigenous Sami and non-reindeer herding settlers in Jokkmokk” Peter Sköld and Gabriella Nordin
“Government closer to the people”: On decentralization in Nunavut, Barret Weber
Issue 1, 2014 – Special Issue: Local and traditional knowledge and data management in the Arctic, Guest editors: Peter L. Pulsifer, Henry P. Huntington, Gretta T. Pecl
Introduction: Local and traditional knowledge and data management in the Arctic
“A framework and database for community sea ice observations in a changing Arctic: An Alaskan prototype for multiple users”, Mette Kaufman, Hajo Eicken, Krupnik, Igor, Pulsifer, Peter, and Weyapuk, Jr., Winton
“Participatory photo-mapping: a method for documenting, contextualizing, and sharing Indigenous observations of environmental conditions”, Trevor Bennett et al.
“Walrus harvest locations reflect adaptation: A contribution from a community-based observation network in the Bering Sea”, Maryann Fidel, Andrew Kliskey, Lilian Alessa, Sutton, Olga (Olia) P., and Gofman, Victoria
“Counting what counts: using local knowledge to improve Arctic resource management”,
Finn Danielsen, Elmer Topp-Jørgensen, Martin Enghoff, Nette Levermann, Peter Løvstrøm, Martin Schiøtz, and others
”Linking Local and Global: Yup’ik Elders Working Together With One Mind,” Ann Riordan
Yrjö Myllylä, Doctor of Social Sciences,
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