Elizabeth Marino
Elizabeth Marino
Oregon State University - Cascades
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The long history of environmental migration: Assessing vulnerability construction and obstacles to successful relocation in Shishmaref, Alaska
E Marino
Global environmental change 22 (2), 374-381, 2012
Special issue introduction: adding insult to injury: climate change and the inequities of climate intervention
E Marino, J Ribot
Global Environmental Change 22 (2), 323-328, 2012
Fierce climate, sacred ground: An ethnography of climate change in Shishmaref, Alaska
E Marino
University of Alaska Press, 2015
Adaptation privilege and voluntary buyouts: perspectives on ethnocentrism in sea level rise relocation and retreat policies in the US
E Marino
Global Environmental Change 49, 10-13, 2018
Migration or forced displacement?: The complex choices of climate change and disaster migrants in Shishmaref, Alaska and Nanumea, Tuvalu
E Marino, H Lazrus
Human Organization 74 (4), 341-350, 2015
Indian time: time, seasonality, and culture in Traditional Ecological Knowledge of climate change
S Chisholm Hatfield, E Marino, KP Whyte, KD Dello, PW Mote
Ecological Processes 7 (1), 1-11, 2018
Is vulnerability an outdated concept? After subjects and spaces
EK Marino, AJ Faas
Annals of Anthropological Practice 44 (1), 33-46, 2020
Adding insult to injury: climate change, social stratification, and the inequities of intervention.
E Marino, J Ribot
Talking and not talking about climate change in Northwestern Alaska
E Marino, P Schweitzer
Anthropology and Climate Change, 209-217, 2016
Overcoming early career barriers to interdisciplinary climate change research
CJ Hein, JE Ten Hoeve, S Gopalakrishnan, B Livneh, HD Adams, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 9 (5), e530, 2018
Drinking water in Northwestern Alaska: using or not using centralized water systems in two rural communities
E Marino, D White, P Schweitzer, M Chambers, J Wisniewski
Arctic, 75-82, 2009
Meeting the looming policy challenge of sea-level change and human migration
DJ Wrathall, V Mueller, PU Clark, A Bell, M Oppenheimer, M Hauer, ...
Nature Climate Change 9 (12), 898-901, 2019
Tribes and Indigenous peoples
LC Jantarasami, R Novak, R Delgado, E Marino, S McNeeley, C Narducci, ...
Impacts, risks, and adaptation in the United States: Fourth national climate …, 2018
Addressing the cultural challenges of firearm restriction in suicide prevention: a test of public health messaging to protect those at risk
E Marino, C Wolsko, S Keys, H Wilcox
Archives of suicide research 22 (3), 394-404, 2018
Disasters, migrations, and the unintended consequences of urbanization: What’s the harm in getting out of harm’s way?
C Wolsko, E Marino
Population and Environment 37, 411-428, 2016
A culture gap in the United States: implications for policy on limiting access to firearms for suicidal persons
E Marino, C Wolsko, SG Keys, L Pennavaria
Journal of public health policy 37, 110-121, 2016
Twice removed: King Islanders' experience of" community" through two relocations
D Kingston, E Marino
Human Organization 69 (2), 119-128, 2010
3.1 Immanent Threats, Impossible Moves, and Unlikely Prestige: Understanding the Struggle for Local Control as a Means Towards Sustainability
E Marino
Linking Environmental Change, Migration & Social Vulnerability, 42, 2009
Jurassic to Early Paleogene sedimentation in the Amazon region of Ecuador: Implications for the paleogeographic evolution of northwestern South America
C Vallejo, C Romero, BK Horton, RA Spikings, J Gaibor, W Winkler, ...
Global and Planetary Change 204, 103555, 2021
COVID-19 and all the things that kill us: Research ethics in the time of pandemic
E Marino, J Rivera-Gonzalez, M Benadusi, A Dietrich, M Hamza, ...
Practicing Anthropology 42 (4), 36-40, 2020
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