The following are articles and reports relating to global climate changes and shifts. 

Identifying stakeholder-relevant climate change impacts: A case study in the Yakima River Basin, Washington, USA. 2014. Jenni, K. et al. Climatic Change 124(1-2): 371-384. Link.

Does effective climate policy require well-informed citizen support? 2014. Rhodes, E. et al. Global Environ Change 29: 92-104. Link.

Increased temperature variation poses a greater risk to species than climate warming. 2014. Vasseur, D. et al. PRS-B  281: 1779. Link.

Labeling opinions in the climate debate: a critical review. 2015. Howarth, C. and A. Sharman. WIREs Climate Chg 6(2): 239–254. Link.

Women learn more from local than global examples of the biological impacts of climate change. 2015. Theobald, E. et al. Frontiers in Ecol and the Environ 13(3): 132–137. Link.

Coverage and framing of climate change adaptation in the media: A review of influential North American newspapers during 1993–2013. 2015. Ford, J. and D. King. Environ Sci and Policy 48: 137-146. Link.

Relative sensitivity to climate change of species in northwestern North America. 2015. Case, M. et al. Biol Conserv 187: 127-133. Link.

Comparative Phylogeography Highlights the Double-Edged Sword of Climate Change Faced by Arctic- and Alpine-Adapted Mammals. 2015. Lanier, H. et al. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0118396. Link.

Relating Sub-Surface Ice Features to Physiological Stress in a Climate Sensitive Mammal, the American Pika (Ochotona princeps). 2015. Wilening, J. et al. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0119327. Link.

Climate change creates rapid species turnover in montane communities. 2015. Gibson-Reineme, D. et al. Ecol and Evol 5(12): 2340-2347. Link.

Seepage: Climate change denial and its effect on the scientific community. 2015. Lewandowsky, S. et al. Global Environ Change 33: 1-13. Link.

Adapting natural resource management to climate change: Considerations for practitioners and Government staff. 2016. Various authors. BC MFLNRO.

  • Caribou Region. Hamm and Hopkins.  PDF
  • West and South Coast Regions. Klassen and Hopkins. PDF
  • Kootenay Boundary Region. MacKillop and Hopkins. PDF
  • Northeast Region. Kabzems and Hopkins. PDF
  • Omineca Region. Foord and Hopkins. PDF
  • Skeena Region. Mackenzie and Hopkins. PDF 
  • Thompson Okanagan Region. Ryan and Hopkins. PDF

Novel climates: Trajectories of climate change beyond the boundaries of BC’s forest management knowledge system. 2018. Mahoney et al. Forest Ecol and Mgmt. Link

Estimating climate change effects on grazing management and beef cattle production in the [US] Pacific Northwest. 2018. Neibergs et al. Climatic Change. Link





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