Multiple Publications Available

Date: 
1 July 2013

Multiple Publications Available

1. Etudes/Inuit/Studies
Volume 36, Number 1, 2012, and
Volume 36, Number 2, 2012

2. New Book Available
Polar Law Textbook II
Edited by Natalia Loukacheva
Nordic Council of Ministers

3. The Towline, Spring 2013
North Slope Borough Department of Wildlife Management

4. June 2013 Issue of the Journal ARCTIC Available
Volume 66, Number 2
Arctic Institute of North America (AINA)

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1. Etudes/Inuit/Studies
Volume 36, Number 1, 2012, and
Volume 36, Number 2, 2012

"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.

Volume 36, Number 1, 2012 includes the following articles:

- Introduction: Arctic Peoples and Wood by Claire Alix
- An Archaeological Reconstruction of Saqqqa Bows, Darts, Harpoons,
and Lances by Bjarne Gronnow
- Wood Use and Kayak Construction: Material Selection from the
Perspective of Carpentry by Matthew Walls
- Economies of Driftwood: Fuel Harvesting Strategies in the Kodiak
Archipelago by Jennie Deo Shaw
- Using Wood on King Island, Alaska by Claire Alix
- Napattuit: Wood Use by Labrador Inuit and its Impact on the Forest
Landscape by Isabel Lemus-Lauzon, Najat Bhiry, and James Woollett
- The Shrubs in the Forest: The Use of Woody Speicies by
18th-century Labrador Inuit by Cynthia Zutter

This issue also includes additional articles, book reviews, research
notes, and one item in memoriam.

Volume 36, Number 2, 2012 includes the following articles:

- Introduction: Tourism in the Arctic by Daniela Tommasini
- Developing a Remote Region: Tourism as a Tool for Creating
Economic Diversity in Nunatsiavut by Gerlis Fugmann
- Resilience, Appartenance et Tourisme a Nain, Nunatsiavut by
Raynald Harvey Lemelin, Jackie Dawson, Margaret E. Johnston, Emma J.
Stewart, and Charlie Mattina
- Le Developpement Touristique de la Dommunaute d'Arviat, Nunavut by
Laine Chanteloup
- L'ecotourisme au Nunavik: Manifestation de la Postmodernite? By
Annie Thomas
- La Participation Photographique des Inuit au Developpement
Touristique du Parc National Tursujuq (Nunavik) by Fabienne Joliet
and Claire Blouin-Gourbiliere
- Tourisme de Croisiere et Communautes Eloignees au Groenland by
Daniela Tommasini
- Ittoqqortoormiit et le Developpement Touristique dans le Scoresby
Sund (Groenland) by Aude Crequy

This issue also includes additional articles, book reviews, research
notes, and an essay.

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

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2. New Book Available
Polar Law Textbook II
Edited by Natalia Loukacheva
Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers

A new book entitled "Polar Law Textbook II" edited by Natalia Loukacheva
is available from Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers.

The textbook deals with various legal and political developments in the
Arctic and Antarctica and changes in polar law that have taken place
since 2010. These issues are discussed with focus on major trends in
polar law, geo-politics, security, climate change, marine biodiversity,
polar bear agreements, continental shelf issues, energy, indigenous
peoples, search and rescue agreements, self-determination of small
nations (e.g., Faroe Islands), governance, and tourism.

For further information or to download the Polar Law Textbook II, please
go to: http://www.norden.org/en/publications/publikationer/2013-535/.

For questions, contact:
Natalia Loukacheva
Email: n.loukacheva@utoronto.ca

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3. The Towline, Spring 2013
North Slope Borough Department of Wildlife Management

The Spring 2013 newsletter of the North Slope Borough Department of
Wildlife Management is now available online. To view the most recent
edition of 'The Towline,' please click on the Spring 2013 link at:
http://www.north-slope.org/departments/wildlife/dwm_newsletters.php.

The newsletter provides information on current studies, research, and
other happenings within the North Slope Borough Department of Wildlife
Management. The purpose is to keep the public informed and to provide
contact information for subsistence hunters and concerned residents of
the North Slope.

For further information on the organization, please go to:
http://www.north-slope.org/departments/wildlife/.

To view the newsletter, please click on the Spring 2013 link at:
http://www.north-slope.org/departments/wildlife/dwm_newsletters.php.

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4. June 2013 Issue of the Journal ARCTIC Available
Volume 66, Number 2
Arctic Institute of North America (AINA)

The Arctic Institute of North America (AINA) announces publication of
the June 2013 issue of the journal ARCTIC, Volume 66, 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/.

The following papers appear in the June 2013 issue of ARCTIC:

- An Improved Method of Documenting Activity Patterns of
Post-Emergence Polar Bears (Ursus maritimus) in Northern Alaska
By: Tom S. Smith, Julie A. Miller and Cali Layton

- Application of 3D Laser Scanning to the Preservation of Fort
Conger, a Historic Polar Research Base on Northern Ellesmere Island,
Arctic Canada
By: Peter C. Dawson, Margaret M. Bertulli, Richard Levy, Chris
Tucker, Lyle Dick and Panik Lynn Cousins

- Acoustic Occurrence and Affiliation of Fin Whales Detected in the
Northeastern Chukchi Sea, July to October 2007-10
By: Julien Delarue, Bruce Martin, David Hannay and Catherine L.
Berchok

- Trends in Annual Survival of Steller's Eiders Molting at Izembek
Lagoon on the Alaska Peninsula, 1993-2006
By: Charles J. Frost, Tuula E. Hollmen and Joel H. Reynolds

- Stakeholder Perceptions of Current Planning, Assessment and
Science Initiatives in Canada's Beaufort Sea
By: Courtney Fidler and Bram F. Noble

- Arctic Cod (Boreogadus saida) as Prey: Fish Length-Energetics
Relationships in the Beaufort Sea and Hudson Bay
By: B. Britten Harter, Kyle H. Elliott, George J. Divoky and Gail K.
Davoren

- Mapping Polar Bear Maternal Denning Habitat in the National
Petroleum Reserve-Alaska with an IfSAR Digital Terrain Model
By: George M. Durner, Kristin Simac and Steven C. Amstrup

- Adaptation to Aquatic Risks due to Climate Change in Pangnirtung,
Nunavut
By: Audrey R. Giles, Shaelyn M. Strachan, Michelle Doucette, Gwenyth
S. Stadig and the Municipality of Pangnirtung, Nunavut

- Gender and Resource Co-Management in Northern Canada
By: David C. Natcher

- Intraspecific Adoption and Double Nest Switching in Peregrine
Falcons (Falco peregrinus)
By: Alexandre Anctil and Alastair Franke

- Brood Reduction by Infanticide in Peregrine Falcons
By: Alastair Franke, Philippe Galipeau and Laurent Nikolaiczuk

The June issue also contains four book reviews; and a commentary on "The
Lakehead Manifesto: Principles for Research and Development in the
North," by Douglas W. Morris, Michel S. Beaulieu, Scott Hamilton, David
S. Hik, Raynald H. Lemelin, MaryJane M. Moses, Dieter K. Mueller,
Margaret A. (Peggy) Smith and John P. Smol. The InfoNorth section of the
June issue features an essay titled "How Wildlife Research Can Be Used
to Promote Wider Community Participation in the North," by J.F.
Provencher, M. McEwan, M.L. Mallory, B.M. Braune, J. Carpenter, N.J.
Harms, G. Savard, and H.G. Gilchrist.

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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