COMMENTARIES & OP-EDS
"Native to Place: A review of Grass, Soil, Hope by Courtney White." Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development.
"Are we acquiescing to climate change? Social justice considerations for a changing North." Responses of Arctic Marine Ecosystems to Climate Change.
"Climate change and environmental (in)justice in the North American North" Anthropology News. With D.V. Fazzino.
Other writings will soon be online in the blog portion of this website.
Not all of the research noted below applies directly to the ideas discussed on this website, but many do and I've noted the ones that I think contribute in some way. Note that I am committed to making the products of my research as accessible as possible, and as such many of the papers listed below are available free to all. However, academia is slow to adapt, and the reward system that keeps me in my job has nudged me to publish some work in subscription-based peer review journals. If you are interested in copies of any of these papers I can send you a personal copy if you make a direct request to me.
"Searching for Progress on Food Security in the North American North: A Meta-analysis and Synthesis of the Peer-Reviewed Literature." P.A. Loring, S.C. Gerlach. Arctic.
"Outpost Gardening in Interior Alaska: Food System Innovation and the Alaska Native Gardens of the 1930s through the 1970s" P.A. Loring and S.C. Gerlach. Ethnohistory.
"Seafood as Local Food: Food Security and Locally Caught Seafood on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula"
P.A. Loring, S.C. Gerlach, and H.L Harrison. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development.
"Food Security and Conservation of Yukon River Salmon: Are We Asking Too Much of the Yukon River?" P.A. Loring and S.C. Gerlach. Sustainability.
"Food, culture, and human health in Alaska: an integrative health approach to food security" P.A. Loring and S.C. Gerlach. Environmental Science and Policy.
"Toward a Theory of Coexistence in Shared Social-Ecological Systems: The Case of Cook Inlet Salmon Fisheries" P.A. Loring. Human Ecology.
"The Political Ecology of Gear Bans in Two Fisheries: Florida's Net Ban and Alaska's Salmon Wars" P.A. Loring, Fish and Fisheries
"That's what opening day is for: social and cultural dimensions of (not) fishing for salmon in Cook Inlet, Alaska" P.A. Loring and H.L. Harrison. Maritime Studies.
"Local Perceptions of the Sustainability of Alaska’s Highly Contested Cook Inlet Salmon Fisheries"
by P.A. Loring, H.L. Harrison, and S.C. Gerlach. Society and Natural Resources.
"Larger Than Life: The Emergent Nature of Conflict in Alaska's Upper Cook Inlet Salmon Fisheries" by H.L. Harrison and P.A. Loring Sage Open.
"Alternative Perspectives on the Sustainability of Alaska's Commercial Fisheries" by P.A. Loring Conservation Biology.
"Climigration? Population and Climate Change in Arctic Alaska." L. Hamilton, K. Saito, P. Loring, R. Lammers and H. Huntington. Population and Environment.
"Community Work in a Climate of Adaptation: Responding to Change in Rural Alaska." P.A. Loring, S.C. Gerlach, H.J. Penn. Human Ecology.
"Ways to Help and Ways to Hinder: Governance for Successful Livelihoods in a Changing Climate" P.A. Loring, S.C. Gerlach, M.S. Murray, and D.A. Atkinson. Arctic.
"The Conservation of Change: Anticipating Challenges, Measuring Expectations, and Developing Innovative Responses," 28th Lowell Wakefield Fisheries Symposium, Alaska Sea Grant. Anchorage, Alaska, March 29, 2013.
"Population 1" 2011. J.C. Martin and M.D. Argyle (eds). Stories for Sendai.