Multiple Publications Available

Date: 
26 October 2012

Multiple Publications Available

1. SCAR Newsletter: Issue 30, October 2012
Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research

2. Etudes/Inuit/Studies
Volume 35, Numbers 1-2, 2011

3. September 2012 Issue of the Journal ARCTIC Available
Volume 65, Number 3
Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America (AINA)

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1. SCAR Newsletter: Issue 30, October 2012
Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research

The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) announces that
Issue 30 (October 2012) of the SCAR Newsletter is available at:
http://tinyurl.com/October2012-SCARNewsletter. This issue of the
newsletter includes:

- SCAR focus on the International Polar Initiative;
- News and Announcements from SCAR;
- Antarctic Science;
- Polar and APECS News; and
- Forthcoming Events.

To view the newsletter, please go to:
http://tinyurl.com/October2012-SCARNewsletter.

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2. Etudes/Inuit/Studies
Volume 35, Numbers 1-2, 2011

"Etudes/Inuit/Studies" is a biannual scholarly journal that has been
published since 1977. The journal is devoted to the study of Inuit
societies, either traditional or contemporary, in the general
perspective of social sciences and humanities (ethnology, politics,
archaeology, linguistics, history, etc.). In addition to a number of
articles each volume contains book reviews, a list of scientific events,
and annual reviews of recent theses and articles published in other
journals.

A full list of contents can be found on the publication website, at:
http://www.fss.ulaval.ca/etudes-inuit-studies. The following articles
are included in the current issue:

- Introduction: Intellectual Property and Ethics by Murielle Nagy
- Control of Information Originating from Aboriginal Communities:
Legal and Ethical Contexts by Catherine Bell and Caeleigh Shier
- Inuit Perspectives on Research Ethics: The Work of Inuit Nipingit
by Scot Nickels and Cathleen Knotsch
- Creating Space for Negotiating the Nature and Outcomes of
Collaborative Research Projects with Aboriginal Communities by
Natasha Lyons
- Ethical Foundations and Principles for Collaborative Research with
Inuit and Their Governments, by Lawrence F. Felt and David Natcher
- Whose Agenda Is It? Regulating Health Research Ethics in Labrador
by Fern Brunger and Julie Bull
- Intellectual Property and the Ethical/Legal Status of Human DNA:
The (ir)Relevance of Context by Daryl Pullman and George P. Nicholas
- The Nooter Photo Collection and the Roots2Share Project of Museums
in Greenland and the Netherlands by Cunera Buijs and Aviaja Rosing
Jakobsen

This issue also includes additional articles, book reviews, research
notes, and two items in memoriam.

For further information, please go to:
http://www.fss.ulaval.ca/etudes-inuit-studies.

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3. September 2012 Issue of the Journal ARCTIC Available
Volume 65, Number 3
Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America (AINA)

The Arctic Institute of North America (AINA) announces publication of
the September 2012 issue of the journal ARCTIC, Volume 65, Number 2. A
non-profit membership organization and multidisciplinary research
institute of the University of Calgary, AINA's mandate is to advance the
study of the North American and circumpolar Arctic through the natural
and social sciences, as well as the arts and humanities; and to acquire,
preserve, and disseminate information on physical, environmental, and
social conditions in the North. Created as a binational corporation in
1945, the Institute's United States Corporation is housed at the
University of Alaska Fairbanks.

For information on becoming an AINA member and receiving the journal,
please visit the Institute's website at: http://www.arctic.ucalgary.ca/.
Members have the options of receiving ARCTIC in print, online, or both
in print and online.

The following papers appear in the September 2012 issue of ARCTIC:

- Perfluorinated Chemicals in Meromictic Lakes on the Northern Coast
of Ellesmere Island, High Arctic Canada
By: Julie Veillette, Derek C.G. Muir, Dermot Antoniades, Jeff M.
Small, Christine Spencer, Tracey N. Loewen, John A. Babaluk, James
D. Reist, and Warwick F. Vincent

- Using Multiple Sources of Knowledge to Investigate Northern
Environmental Change: Regional Ecological Impacts of a Storm Surge
in the Outer Mackenzie Delta, N.W.T.
By: Steve V. Kokelj, Trevor C. Lantz, Steve Solomon, Michael F.J.
Pisaric, Darren Keith, Peter Morse, Joshua R. Thienpont, John P.
Smol, and Douglas Esagok

- Monitoring Least Weasels after a Winter Peak of Lemmings in
Taimyr: Body Condition, Diet and Habitat Use
By: Nicole Feige, Dorothee Ehrich, Igor Y. Popov, and Sim
Broekhuizen

- Breeding Habitats and New Breeding Locations for Ross's Gull
(Rhodostethia rosea) in the Canadian High Arctic
By: Mark Maftei, Shanti E. Davis, Ian L. Jones, and Mark L. Mallory

- Research on the Human Dimensions of Climate Change in Nunavut,
Nunavik, and Nunatsiavut: A Literature Review and Gap Analysis
By: James D. Ford, Kenyon C. Bolton, Jamal Shirley, Tristan Pearce,
Martin Tremblay, and Michael Westlake

- Inuit Subsistence, Social Economy and Food Security in Clyde
River, Nunavut
By: Miriam T. Harder and George W. Wenzel

- The Power and Peril of - Vulnerability: Approaching Community
Labels with Caution in Climate Change Research
By: Bethany Haalboom and David C. Natcher

- Assessing Devolution in the Canadian North: A Case Study of the
Yukon Territory
By: Christopher Alcantara, Kirk Cameron, and Steven Kennedy

- Intense Arctic Ozone Depletion in the Spring of 2011
By: James W. Hannigan, Rebecca L. Batchelor, and M.T. Coffey

- First Report of a Snow Bunting x Lapland Longspur Hybrid
By: Christie A. Macdonald, Tracy Martin, Rick Ludkin, David J.T.
Hussell, David Lamble, and Oliver P. Love

The September issue also contains five book reviews, two letters to the
editor, and an obituary for Raymond Thorsteinsson, written by Walter W.
Nassichuk and Thomas Frisch. The InfoNorth essay on the Circumpolar
Young Leaders Program (CYLP) and its involvement in IPY 2012 was
prepared for ARCTIC by the northern youth who were members of the CYLP:
Meagan M. Grabowski, James Kuptana, Ivalu Rosing, Jodi Gustafson,
Kiera-Dawn Kolson, Kelsi Ivanoff, Minnie Naylor, Niko Partanen, Chelsea
Ford, Alexandra Kellner, Emma Kreuger, Caitlin Baikie, and Julia
Loginova.

For information on becoming an AINA member and receiving the journal,
please visit the Institute's website at: http://www.arctic.ucalgary.ca/.

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