Native Science and Sense Making- Merculieff, Larry and Cochran, Patricia A.L., unpublished manuscript, 2005
The Value and Use of Traditional Knowledge and Wisdom- 2002 Alaska Native Fish, Wildlife, Habitat and Environment Statewide Summit Report, pp. 16-20, Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc.

Journal Publications:

Cochran, Patricia Longley Geller, Alyson L, MPH, “The Melting Ice Cellar: What Native Traditional Knowledge is Teaching us about Global Warming and Environmental Change”, American Journal of Public Health, vol. 92, No., (2002), p. 1404. Published

Cochran, P. L., “Impact of Climate Change on Alaska Native Communities”, Arctic Forum, 2004, The Arctic Research Consortium of the US (ARCUS), Fairbanks, AK 2005, vol., (2005), p. 14. Published

Pullar, Gordon; Abryutina, Larisa: Cochran, Patricia; Keskitalo, Jan Henry; Lantz, Angie, “Special Panels, Indigenous Needs and Arctic Social Science: Making Meaningful Connections in a Time of Rapid Change, A Special Plenary Panel”, Topics in Arctic Social Sciences 5, vol. 5, (2005), p. 85. Published

Merculieff, Ilarion, “Community Healing Starts with the Individual”, First Alaskans Magazine, vol. 4, (2005), p. 30. Published


Hild, C., “Human Health and Well-being”, bibl. Unknown, (2004). Book Published of Collection:“Arctic Human Development Report (ADHR) Akureyri: Stefansson Arctic Institute”

Moser, Susanne, “A Workshop Summary Report to RISA (The Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments Program)”, bibl. Published by NOAA and UCAR, NSF was participating agency, (2005) Summary Report Published.

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