Greenland Resource Bibliography: Books, Publications, Websites

Greenland Resource Bibliography: Books, Publications, Websites

Andersen, M. L. Nick, F. M., Vieli, A. “Mass flux from Kangerlussuaq Glacier, East Greenland, modeled in a 200-year perspective.AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, December 2011, <>


Alley, Richard B. The Two-Mile Time Machine: Ice Cores, Abrupt Climate Change, and Our Future. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2014.


“Ammassalik Fjord.” (n.d). <>


“Ammassalik Island.” (n.d). <>


“Bluie East Two Ikateq, Greenland.” (n.d). <>


“Borunda, Alenjandra. “Greenland’s melting ice may affect everyone’s future”. National Geographic, October 15, 2019, <>


Carrington, Damian. “Greenland ice sheet lost a record 1m tonnes of ice per minute in 2019.” The Guardian, August 20, 2020, <>


Chachamovich, Eduardo. “Learning from Lives that Have Been Lived: Nunavut Suicide Follow-back Study,” 2005-2010. Douglas Mental Health University Institute, 2013.


Chambers, Frank, & Ogle, Michael. Climate Change: Evaluating recent and future climate change. Taylor & Francis US, 2002.


“Coast: Ice, the Arctic Art of William Bradford.” October 8, 2017. <>


Conkling, Philip, Alley, Richard, Broecker, Wallace & Denton, George. Lessons from Abrupt Climate Change. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2013.


Crate, Susan A., ‎& Nuttall, Mark. Anthropology and Climate Change: From Encounters to Actions. Routledge, 2016.


Dorais, Louis-Jacques. The Language of the Inuit: Syntax, Semantics, and Society in the Arctic. McGill-Queen’s Press – MQUP, 2014.


Egeni, Camilius Chike Ph. D., & Egeni, Camilius Chike. Suicide–Eminaq: Ethnic Case Study, Theories, Application and Solutions: Socioeconomic and Environmental Effects on Public Behavior: the Case of Inuit Suicide. AuthorHouse, 2011.


“Greenland Institute of Natural Resources.” (n.d). <>


Harvey, Chelsea. “High Temperatures Set Off Major Greenland Ice Melt—Again”. E&E NewsEarth, Scientific American, June 3, 2020 <>


High, C., Kelly, A., & Mair J. The Anthropology of Ignorance: An Ethnographic Approach. Springer, 2012.


Hossain, Kamrul, & Cambou, Dorothée. Society, Environment and Human Security in the Arctic Barents Region. Routledge, 2018.


Filipowicz, Ania. “The edge of The North.” Eye on Global Health, March 28, 2019, <>


“Forskningsformidlingsprisen Academicus Arcticus.” (n.d). <>


“Ikateq – An Abandoned American Air Base In Greenland.” (n.d). <>


Kent, Rockwell. N by E. Wesleyan University Press, 2011.


Kopnina, Helen, & Shoreman-Ouimet, Eleanor. Environmental Anthropology: Future Directions. Routledge, 2013.


“Local museums in Greenland.” (n.d). <>


Martin, James. Planet Ice: A Climate for Change. Braided River, 2009.


McDermott, James. The Third Voyage of Martin Frobisher to Baffin Island, 1578. Hakluyt Society, 2001.


McDougall, Dan. “Life on Thin Ice: Mental health at the heart of the climate crisis.” The guardian dot org, The Guardian, August 12, 2019, <>


McElroy, Ann. Nunavut Generations: Change and Continuity in Canadian Inuit Communities. Waveland Press, 2007.


Page, Jesse. Amid Greenland Snows; Or, The Early History of Arctic Missions. Revell, 1892.


Peary, Josephine Diebitsch. My Arctic Journal: A Year Among Ice-Fields and Eskimos; With an Account of the Great White Journal Across Greenland. New York and Philadelphia: Contemporary Pub. Co., 1893.


Peterson, David Lee, Peterson, Lawrence, David & Johnson, Darryll R. Human Ecology and Climate Change: People and Resources in the Far

North. Taylor & Francis, 1995.


Pienitz, Reinhard, Douglas, Marianne S.V., & Smol, John P. Long-term Environmental Change in Arctic and Antarctic Lakes. Springer Science & Business Media, 2007.


Rashid, Harunur, Polyak, Leonid, & Mosley-Thompson, Ellen. Abrupt Climate Change: Mechanisms, Patterns, and Impacts. John Wiley & Sons, 2013.


Rasmussen, Knud. The people of the Polar north; a record. 1908.


“Roots2Share.” (n.d). <>


Roston, Eric. “Record Ice Loss in Greenland Is a Threat to Coastal Cities Worldwide”. Bloomberg Green, Bloomberg, August 21, 2020, <>


“Saqqaq culture.” (n.d.). <>


Sargeant, Hannah, Forsyth, Rebecca, Pitman, Alexandra. “The Epidemiology of Suicide in Young Men in Greenland: A Systematic Review.” Int J Environ Res Public Health, November 18, 2018, <>


“Tasiilaq.” (n.d). <>


“The 1860 Copley Amory collection of works by Aron from Kangeq, Greenland.” (n.d). <>


“The National Museum – museums and palaces all over the country.” (n.d). <>


“The Sermilik Scientific Research Station.” (n.d). <>


Thorp, T. “Climate Justice: A Voice for the Future.” Springer, Aug 28, 2014.


“Welcome to INTERACT – International Network for Terrestrial Research and Monitoring in the Arctic.” (n.d). <>


Wright Warren Upham, George Frederick. Greenland Icefields and Life in the North Atlantic: With a New Discussion of the Causes of the Ice Age. New York: D. Appleton, 1896.


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