Publications

2017

  1. Clark, D.G., Ford, J.D. (2017) Emergency response in a rapidly changing Arctic. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 189(4): 135-136.

2016

  1. Ford, J.D., Maillet, M., Pouliot, V., Meredith, T., Cavanaugh, A., IHACC Research Team. (2016) Adaptation and Indigenous peoples in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Climatic Change. 139(3): 429-443.
  2. Ford, J.D., Tilleard, S.E., Berrang-Ford, L., Araos, M., Biesbroek, R., Lesnikowski, A.C., MacDonald, G.K., Hsu, A., Chen, C., Bizikova, L. (2016). Big data has big potential for applications to climate change adaptation. PNAS. 113(39). 10729-10732
  3. Ford, J., Berrang-Ford, L. (2016). The 4Cs of adaptation tracking: consistency, comparability, comprehensiveness, coherency. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 21(6), 839-859.
  4. Ford, J., Bell, T., and Couture, N.J. (2016). Perspectives on Canada’s North Coast region; in Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Assessment of Canada’s Marine Coasts, (ed.) D.S. Lemmen, F.J. Warren, T.S. James and C.S.L. Mercer Clarke; Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON.
  5. Ford, J.D., Cameron, L., Rubis, J., Maillet, M., Nakashima, D., Willox, A.C., and Pearce, T. (2016) Including indigenous knowledge and experience in IPCC assessment reports. Nature Climate Change. 6, 349-353.
  6. Ford, J.D., et al. (2016) Community-based adaptation research in the Canadian Arctic. WIREs Clim Change. 7(2), 175-191.
  7. Ford, J.D., Petrasek Macdonald, J., Huet, C., Statham, S., and MacRury, A. (2016). Food policy in the Canadian North: Is there a role for country food markets?. Social Science & Medicine. 152, 35-40
  8. Tilleard, S., Ford, J.D. (2016) Adaptation readiness and adaptive capacity of transboundary river basins. Climatic Change. 137:575-591.
  9. Clark, D.G., Ford, J.D., Pearce, T.,Berrang-Ford, L. (2016) Vulnerability to unintentional injuries associated with land-use activities and search and rescue in Nunavut, Canada. Social Science and Medicine. 169. 18-26.
  10. Archer, L., Ford, J.D., Pearce, T., Kowal, S., Gough, W.A., Allurut, M. (2016) Longitudinal assessment of climate vulnerability: a case study from the Canadian Arctic. Sustainability Science. 11(31). 1-15.
  11. Clark, D.G., Ford, J.D., Berrang-Ford, L., Pearce, T., Kowal, S., Gough, W.A. (2016). The role of environmental factors in search and rescue incidents in Nunavut, Canada. Public Health Journal. DOI 10.1016/j.puhe.2016.06.003.
  12. Labbé, J., Ford, J.D., Berrang-Ford, L., Donnelly, B., Lwasa, S., Namanya, D.B., Twesigomwe, S., IHACC Research Team, and Harper, S.L. (2016). Vulnerability to the health effects of climate variability in rural southwestern Uganda. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 21(6), 931-953
  13. Sherman, M., Ford, J.D., Llanos-Cuentas, A., José Valdivia, M., and IHACC Research Group (2016) Food system vulnerability amidst the extreme 2010–2011 flooding in the Peruvian Amazon: a case study from the Ucayali region. Food Security, 8(37), 1-20.
  14. Bunce, A., Ford, J.D., Harper, S., Edge, V., and IHACC Research Team (2016) Vulnerability and adaptive capacity of Inuit women to climate change: a case study from Iqaluit, Nunavut. Natural Hazards, 1-23.
  15. Araos, M., Berrang-Ford, L., Ford, J., Austin, S.E., Biesbroek, R., Lesnikowski, A. (2016). Climate change adaptation planning in large cities: A systematic global assessment. Environmental Science & Policy. DOI 10.1016/j.envsci.2016.06.009.
  16. McDonald, M.E., Papadopoulos, A., Edge, V., Ford, J., IHACC Research Team, Sumner, A., Harper, S.L. (2016). What do we know about health-related knowledge translation in the Circumpolar North? Results from a Scoping Review. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 75: 31223.
  17. Austin, S.E., Biesbroek, R., Berrang-Ford, L., Ford, J., Parker, S., Fleury, M.D. (2016). Public Health Adaptation to Climate Change in OECD Countries. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 13(9), 889.
  18. Donnelly B., Berrang-Ford L., Labbé J., Twesigomwe S., Lwasa S., Namanya DB., Harper SL., Kulkarni M., Ross NA., IHACC Research Team, and Michel P. (2016). Plasmodium falciparum malaria parasitaemia among indigenous Batwa and non-Indigenous communities of Kanungu district, Uganda. Malaria Journal, 15:254.
  19. Clark, S., Berrang-Ford, L., Lwasa, S., Namanya, D., IHACC Research Team, Kulkarni, M. (2016). Insecticide-treated net coverage and use in an Indigenous Batwa population: a longitudinal analysis. Plos One.
  20. McDowell, G., Ford, J.D., and Jones, J. (2016) Community-level climate change vulnerability research: trends, progress, and future directions. Environmental Research Letters. 11(3), 1-9.
  21. Lesnikowski, A., Ford, J.D., Biesbroek, R., Berrang-Ford, L., and Heymann J.S. (2016). National-level progress on adaptation. Nature Climate Change. 6, 261-264.
  22. Araos, M., Austin, S., Berrang-Ford, L., and Ford, J.D. (2016). Public Health Adaptation to Climate Change in Large Cities: A Global Baseline. International Journal of Health Services. 46(1), 53-78.
  23. Sherman, M., Berrang-Ford, L., Lwasa, S., Ford, J.D., Namanya, D., Llanos-Cuentas, A., Maillet, M., Harper, S., IHACC Research Team. (2016). Drawing the line between adaptation and development: a systematic literature review of planned adaptation in developing countries. WIREs Climate Change. 7(5): 707-726.

 

2015

  1. Ford, J.D., McDowell, G., and Pearce, T. (2015). The adaptation challenge in the Arctic. Nature Climate Change. 5, 1046-1053.
  2. Ford, J.D., Berrang-Ford, L., Biesbroek, R., Araos, M., Austin, S.E., and Lesnikowski L. (2015) Adaptation tracking for a post-2015 climate agreement. Nature Climate Change. 5, 967-969.
  3. Ford, J.D., and King, D. (2015). A framework for examining adaptation readiness. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 20(4), 505-526.
  4. Ford, J.D., and King, D. (2015). Coverage and framing of climate change adaptation in the media: A review of influential North American newspapers during 1993–2013. Environmental Science & Policy 48, 137–146.
  5. Ford, J.D. (2015). Climate change research within Regional Environmental Change. Regional Environmental Change, 15(6), 1035-1038.
  6. Ford, J.D. Berrang-Ford, L., Bunce, A., McKay, C., Irwin, M., and Pearce, T. (2015). The status of climate change adaptation in Africa and Asia. Regional Environmental Change. 15(5), 801-814.
  7. Ford, J.D., Champalle, C., Tudge, P., Riedlsperger, R., Bell, T., and Sparling, E. (2014). Evaluating climate change vulnerability assessments: a case study of research focusing on the built environment in northern Canada. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 20(8), 1267-1288.
  8. Bunce, A., and Ford, J.D. (2015). How is adaptation, resilience, and vulnerability research engaging with gender?. Environmental Research Letters. 10: 123003.
  9. Petrasek MacDonald, J., Ford, J.D., Cunsolo Willox, A., Mitchell, C., Konek Productions, My Word Storytelling and Digital Media Lab, and the Rigolet Inuit Community Government (2015). Youth-Led Participatory Video as a Strategy to Enhance Inuit Youth Adaptive Capacities for Dealing with Climate Change. Arctic. 68(4), 486-499.
  10. Pearce, T., Ford, J.D., Cunsolo-Willox, A., and Smith, B. (2015). Inuit Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) Subsistence Hunting and Adaptation to Climate Change in the Canadian Arctic. Arctic, 68(2), 233-245.
  11. Austin, S.E., Ford, J.D., Berrang-Ford, L., Araos, M., Parker, S., and Manon D. Fleury. (2015). Public Health Adaptation to Climate Change in Canadian Jurisdictions. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(1), 623-651.
  12. Sherman, M., Ford, J.D., Llanos-Cuentas, A., Valdivia, M.J., Bussalleu,A., and the IHACC Research Team (2015). Vulnerability and adaptive capacity of community food systems in the Peruvian Amazon: a case study from Panaillo. Natural Hazards, 77(3), 2049-2079.
  13. Lesnikowski, A.C., Ford, J.D., Berrang-Ford, L., Barrera, M., and Jody Heymann. (2015). How are we adapting to climate change? A global assessment. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 20(2), 277-293.
  14. Statham, S., Ford, J.D., Berrang-Ford, L., Lardeau, M.-P., Gough, W., and Siewierskia, R. (2015). Anomalous climatic conditions during winter 2010–2011 and vulnerability of the traditional Inuit food system in Iqaluit, NunavutPolar Record, 51(3), 301-317.
  15. Champalle, C., Ford, J.D., and Sherman, M. (2015). Prioritizing Climate Change Adaptations in Canadian Arctic Communities. Sustainability, 7, 9268-9292.
  16. Beaumier, M., Ford, J.D., and Tagalik, S. (2015). The food security of Inuit women in Arviat, Nunavut: the role of socio-economic factors and climate change. Polar Record, 51(5), 550-559.
  17. Petrasek MacDonald, J., Cunsolo-Willox, A., Ford, J.D., Shiwak, I., Wood, M., IMHACC Team, and Rigolet Inuit Community Government. (2015). Protective factors for mental health and well-being in a changing climate: Perspectives from Inuit youth in Nunatsiavut, Labrador. Social Science & Medicine. 14, 133-141.
  18. Berrang-Ford, L., Pearce, T., and Ford, J.D.. (2015). Systematic review approaches for climate change adaptation research. Regional Environmental Change. 15(5), 755-769.
  19. Harper, S., Edge, V.L., Ford, J.D., Thomas, M.K., and IHACC Research Team. (2015). Lived experience of acute gastrointestinal illness in Rigolet, Nunatsiavut: “Just suffer through it”. Social Science & Medicine, 126, 86-98.
  20. Harper, S., Edge, V.L., Ford, J.D., Cunsolo-Willox, A., Wood, M., IHACC Research Team, RICG, and McEwan, S.A. (2015). Climate-sensitive health priorities in Nunatsiavut, Canada. BMC Public Health, 15, 605.
  21. Harper, S., Edge, V., Ford, J.D., Thomas, K., Pearl, D., IHACC, Rigolet Community Government, and McEwen, S. (2015). Acute gastrointestinal illness in two Inuit communities: Burden of illness in Rigolet and Iqaluit, Canada. Epidemiology and Infection.
  22. De Souza, K., Kituyi, E., Harvey, B, Leone, M., Murali, K.S., and Ford, J.D. (2015). Vulnerability to climate change in three hot spots in Africa and Asia: key issues for policy-relevant adaptation and resilience-building research. Regional Environmental Change. 15(5)l, 747-753.
  23. Harper, S.L., Edge, V. L., Ford, J.D., Thomas, M. K., Pearl, D., Shirley, J., IHACC, RICG, McEwen, S.A., (2015). Healthcare use for acute gastrointestinal illness in two Inuit communities: Rigolet and Iqaluit, Canada. International Journal of Circumpolar Health. 74: 26290
  24. Guo Y., Berrang-Ford, L., Ford, J.D., Lardeau, MP., Edge, V.L., Patterson, K., IHACC Research Team, Harper, S.L. (2015). Seasonal prevalence and determinants of food insecurity in Iqaluit, Nunavut. International Journal of Circumpolar Health. 74: 27284

 

2014

  1. Ford, J., McDowell, G., and Jones, J. (2014). The state of climate change adaptation in the Arctic. Environmental Research Letters, 9, 104005.
  2. Ford, J., Cunsolo-Willox, A., Chatwood, S., Furgal, C., Harper, S., Mauro, I., and Pearce, T. (2014). Adapting to the effects of climate change on Inuit health. American Journal of Public Health, 104 (S3).
  3. Sherman, M. H., and Ford, J. (2014). Stakeholder engagement in adaptation interventions: an evaluation of projects in developing nations. Climate Policy 14(3), 417-441
  4. McDowell, G., and Ford, J. (2014). The socio-ecological dimensions of hydrocarbon development in the Disko Bay region of Greenland: Opportunities, risks, and tradeoffs. Applied Geography 47, 98-110.
  5. Berrang-Ford, L., Ford, J., Lesnikowski, A., Poutiainen, C., Barrera, M. and Heymann, S.J. (2014). What drives national adaptation? A global assessment. Climatic Change 24(1-2) , 441-450.
  6. McLeman, R., Dupre, J., Berrang-Ford, L., Ford, J.D., Gajewski, K., and Marchildon, G. (2014). What we learned from the Dust Bowl: Lessons in science, policy, and adaptation. Population & Environment. 35(4): 417-440.
  7. Beaumier, M.C.,Ford, J., and Tagalik, S. (2014). The food security of Inuit women in Arviat, Nunavut: the role of socio-economic factors and climate change. Polar Record.
  8. O’Connor, D., and Ford, J.. (2014). Increasing the Effectiveness of the “Great Green Wall” as an Adaptation to the Effects of Climate Change and Desertification in the Sahel. Sustainability , 6 (10), 7142-7154.
  9. McDowell, G., Stephenson, E., and Ford, J.. (2014). Adaptation to climate change in glaciated mountain regions. Climatic Change, 126 (1-2), 77-91.

 

2013

  1. Ford, J. (2013). Ford responds. Letter in response to Macpherson and Akpinar-Elci comment on Ford (2012) Indigenous Health and Climate Change. American Journal of Public Health, 103 (1), 6-7.
  2. Ford, J. and Adams, P. (2013). Remote Indigenous Populations and Climate Change: Reducing the Impacts on Health and Well-Being. Chp 13 in “Ensuring a Sustainable Future: Making Progress on Environment and Equity,” Heymann, J et al (eds), Oxford University Press.
  3. Ford, J., Knight, M., and Pearce, T. (2013). Assessing the ‘usability’ of climate change research for decision making – A case study of the Canadian International Polar YearGlobal Environmental Change 23 1317-1326
  4. Ford, J., Berrang-Ford, L., Lesnikowski, A,, Barrera, M., and Heymann, J. How to Track Adaptation to Climate Change: A Typology of Approaches for National-Level Application.  Ecology & Society. 18(3).
  5. Ford, J., McDowell, G., Shirley, J., Gough, W., Siewierski, R., Pitre, M., Duerdem F., Pearce, T., Adams, P., and Statham, S. The dynamic multiscale nature of climate change vulnerability: An Inuit harvesting exampleAnnals of the Association of American Geographers, 103(5): 1193–1211.
  6. Ford, J., Lardeau, M., Blackett, H., Chatwood, D., and Kurzewski, D. (2013). Community food program use in Inuvik, Northwest Territories. BMC Public Health 13:970.
  7. Cunsolo Willox, A., Harper, S., Ford, J., Edge, V., Landman, K., Houle, K., and the Rigolet Inuit Community Government (2013). Climate Change and Mental Health: An Exploratory Case Study from a Nunatsiavut Inuit Context. Climatic Change. 121(2): 255-270.
  8. Sherman, M., and Ford., J. (2013). Market engagement and food insecurity after a climatic hazard. Global Food Security 2(3), 144-155
  9. Panic, M., and Ford, J. (2013). A review of national-level adaptation planning with regards to the risks posed by climate change to infectious diseases in 14 OECD nationsInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 10, 7083-7109.
  10. Lesnikowski, A., Ford, J., Berrang-Ford, L., Barrera, M., Berry, P., Henderson, J., Heymann, J. (2013). National-level factors affecting planned, public adaptation to health impacts of climate change. Global Environmental Change 23 1153-1163
  11. McDowell, G., Ford, J. et al. (2013). Climate-related hydrological change and human vulnerability in remote mountain regions: a case study from Khumbu, Nepal. Regional Environmental Change 13(2), 299-310.
  12. Petrasek MacDonald, J,. Ford, J., Cunsolo-Willox, A., and Ross, N. (2013). A review of protective factors and causal mechanisms that enhance the mental health of Indigenous Circumpolar youthInternational Journal of Circumpolar Health 72
  13. McLeman, R., and Ford, J. (2013). How demographic change and migration influence community-level adaptation to climate change: Examples from rural eastern Ontario and Nunavut, Canada. In T. Faist & J. Schade, eds. Disentangling Migration and Climate Change: Methodologies, Political Discourses, and Human Rights. Berlin: Springer, pp. 55-79.
  14. Hofmeijer, I., Ford, J., Berrang-Ford, L., Zavaleta, C., Carcamo, C., Llanos, A., Carhuaz, C., Edge, V., Lwasa, S., and Namanya, D. (2013). Community vulnerability to the health effects of climate change among Indigenous populations in the Peruvian Amazon: A case study of from Panaillo and Nuevo ProgresoMitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 18 (7): 957-978
  15. Poutiainen, C. Berrang-Ford, L., Ford, J. et al. (2013). Civil society organizations and adaptation to the health effects of climate change in Canada. Public Health, 127, 403-409
  16. Cunsolo Willox, A., Harper, S., Edge, V., Landman, K., Houle, K., Ford, J., and the Rigolet Inuit Community Government. (2013).‘The Land Enriches Our Soul:’ On environmental change, affect, and emotional health and well-being in Nunatsiavut, CanadaEmotion, Space, and Society 6: 14–24
  17. Maillet, M. and Ford, J. (2013).Climate Change Adaptation, Indigenous Peoples and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Health Diplomacy Monitor 4 (2), 10-14.
  18. Petrasek MacDonald, J., Harper, S. L., Cunsolo Willox, A., Edge, V. L., Rigolet Inuit Community Government. (2013). A necessary voice: Climate change and lived experiences of youth in Rigolet, Nunatsiavut, Canada. Global Environmental Change 23, 360–371.

 

2012

  1. Ford, J. D. (2012). Indigenous health and climate change. American Journal of Public Health 102 (7), 1260-1266.
  2. Ford, J., and Goldhar, C. (2012). Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in resource dependent communities: a case study from West Greenland. Climate Research 54, 181-196.
  3. Ford, J., and Pearce, T. (2012). Climate change vulnerability and adaptation research focusing on the Inuit subsistence sector in Canada: Directions for future research. The Canadian Geographer 56(2), 275-287.
  4. Ford, J., Bolton, K., Shirley, J. et al. 2012. Mapping human dimensions of climate change research in the Canadian Arctic. Ambio 41(8), 808-822
  5. Ford, J. et al. Research on the Human Dimensions of Climate Change in Nunavut, Nunavik, and Nunatsiavut: A Literature Review and Gap Analysis. Arctic 63(3), 289-304.
  6. Ford, J. et al. (2012). Authorship in IPCC AR5 and its implications for content: Climate change and Indigenous populations in WGII. Climatic Change 113(2), 201-213.
  7. Ford, J. et al. (2012) The characteristics and experience of community food program users in Arctic Canada: A case study from Iqaluit, Nunavut. BMC Public Health 12: 464.
  8. Gibb, C., and Ford, J. (2012). Should the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change recognize climate migrants? Environmental Research Letters 7(4), 9pp.
  9. Paterson, J., Ford, J., et al. (2012). Adaptation to climate change in the Ontario public health sector. BMC Public Health 12(1): 452.
  10. Pearce, T., Ford, J., et al. Climate change adaptation planning in remote, resource dependent communities: An Arctic exampleRegional Environmental Change.
  11. Sherman, M., Berrang-Ford, L., Ford, J., et al. 2012. Balancing Indigenous Principles and Institutional Research Guidelines for Informed Consent: A case study from the Peruvian Amazon. American Journal of Bioethics: Primary Research 3(4): 1–16.
  12. Berrang-Ford, L. Dingle, K., Ford, J. et al. (2012). Vulnerability of Indigenous Health to Climate Change: A Case Study of Uganda’s Batwa Pygmies. Social Science & Medicine 75, 1067-1077.
  13. Cunsolo Willox, A., Harper, S., Ford, J. et al. (2012). “From this Place and of this Place:” Climate change, sense of place, and health in Nunatsiavut, Canada. Social Science & Medicine 75(3), 538-547.

 

2011

  1. Ford, J. and Beaumier, M. Feeding the family during times of stress: experience and determinants of food insecurity in an Inuit community. The Geographical Journal 177(1), 44-61.
  2. Ford, J., et al. (2011). Canadian federal support for climate change and health research compared with the risks posed. American Journal of Public Health, 101(5), 814-821.
  3. Ford, J. et al. (2011). A systematic review of observed climate change adaptation in developed nations. Climatic Change 106(2), 327-336.
  4. Ford, J., et al. (2011). Canary in a coalmine: Perceptions of climate change impacts, adaptation, and mitigation in the Canadian mining sector. Climatic Change 109: 399-415.
  5. Berrang-Ford, L., Ford, J., and Patterson, J. Are we adapting to climate change? Global Environmental Change (21), 25-33
  6. Lesnikowski, A., Ford, J., et al. (2011). Adaptation to health impacts of climate change: A systematic study of UNFCCC Annex I countries. Environmental Research Letters 6 (4).
  7. Pearce, T., Ford, J. et al. (2011). Climate change and mining in Canada. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 16(3), 347-368.
  8. Pearce. T., Ford, J., et al. (2011). Advancing Adaptation Planning for Climate Change in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR): A Literature Review and Gap Analysis. Regional Environmental Change, 11, 1–17.
  9. Lardeau, M., Healey, G., Ford, J. (2011). The use of photovoice to document and characterize the food security of users of community food programs in Iqaluit, Nunavut. Rural and Remote Health 11 (online), 2011: 1680.
  10. Pearce, T., Wright, H., Notaina, R., Kudlak, A., Smit, B., Ford, J., and Furgal, C. (2011). Transmission of Environmental Knowledge and Land Skills among Inuit Men in Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, Canada. Human Ecology.  39 (3), 271-288.

 

2010

  1. Ford, J., et al. (2010). Vulnerability of Aboriginal health systems in Canada to climate change. Global Env. Change 20, 668-680
  2. James D. Ford, E. C. H. Keskitalo, Tanya Smith, Tristan Pearce, Lea Berrang-Ford, Frank Duerden, Barry Smit (2010). Case study and analogue methodologies in climate change vulnerability research. WIRE’s Climate Change 1(3).
  3. Ford, J. et al (2010). Climate change policy responses for Canada’s Inuit population: The importance of and opportunities for adaptation. Global Environmental Change, 20, 177-191, doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2009.10.008
  4. Ford, J. and Pearce, T. (2010). What we know, don’t know, and need to know about climate change vulnerability in the western Canadian Arctic. Environmental Research Letters 5 (2010) doi:10.1088/1748-9326/5/1/014008
  5. Ford, J. et al. (2010). Perceptions of climate change risks in primary resource use industries: a survey of the Canadian mining sector. Regional Environmental Change. 10(1), 65 – 81, DOI 10.1007/s10113-009-0094-8
  6. Ford, J. et al. Vulnerability of community infrastructure to climate change in Nunavut: A case study from Arctic Bay. In: Smit et al (eds) Climate change vulnerability and adaption in Arctic regions.

  7. Beaumier, M., and Ford, J. (2010).Food insecurity among Inuit females exacerbated by socio-economic stresses and climate change. Canadian Journal of Public Health 101(3), 196-201.
  8. Goldhar, C., Ford, J., and Berrang-Ford. (2010). Prevalence of food insecurity in a Greenlandic community and importance of social-economic-environmental stressors. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 69(3), 285-303
  9. Goldhar, C. and Ford, J. Climate change and food security in Qeqertarsuaq, Greenland. Chapter in: Smit et al (eds) Climate change vulnerability and adaption in Arctic regions, Springer.
  10. Pearce, T., Smit, B., Duerden, F., Ford, J., et al. Inuit vulnerability and adaptive capacity to climate change in Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, Canada. Polar Record 24(148) 1-21
  11. Thompson. H., Berrang-Ford, L., and Ford, J. Climate change and food security in sub-Saharan Africa. Sustainability. (8), 2719-2733; doi:10.3390/su2082719

 

2009

  1. Ford, J. (2009). Dangerous climate change and the importance of adaptation for the Arctic’s Inuit population. Environmental Research Letters 4, 1-9, doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/4/2/024006
  2. Ford, J. (2009). Vulnerability of Inuit food systems to food insecurity as a consequence of climate change: A case study from Igloolik, Nunavut. Regional Environmental Change 9(2), 83-100, doi: 10.1007/s10113-008-0060-x
  3. Ford, J. (2009). Sea Ice Change in Arctic Canada: Are there Limits to Inuit Adaptation? In Adger, N. et al (eds). Adapting to Climate Change: Thresholds, Values, and Governance, p114-128
  4. Ford, J. and Furgal, C. (2009). Climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability in the Arctic. Polar Research 28(1), 1-9
  5. Ford, J., and Berrang-Ford, L. (2009). Food insecurity in Igloolik, Nunavut: A baseline study. Polar Record 45(234), 225-236
  6. Ford, J., Gough, B., Laidler, G., MacDonald, J., Qrunnut, K, and Irngaut, C., Sea ice, climate change, and community vulnerability in northern Foxe Basin, Canada. (2009). Climate Research, 37: 138-154.
  7. Goldhar, C. Ford, J., and Berrang Ford, L. (2009). Food security in western Greenland: A case study from Qeqertarsuaq. In: Oaks, J., Riewe, R., Bruggencate, C., and Cogswell, A. (eds) Sacred Landscapes, Aboriginal Issues Press, Winnipeg.
  8. Laidler, G. J., Ford, J., Gough, W. A., Ikummaq, T., Gagnon, A., Kowal, A., Qrunnut, K. and Irngaut, C. (2009). Travelling and hunting in a changing Arctic: assessing Inuit vulnerability to sea ice change in Igloolik, Nunavut. Climatic Change 94(3-4), 363-397
  9. Pearce, T., Ford, J. et al. Community collaboration and climate change research in the Canadian Arctic. Polar Research 28(1), 10-27
  10. Berrang-Ford, L., MacLean, D., Gyorkos, T., Ford, J., and Ogden, N. (2009). Climate change and malaria in Canada: a systems approach. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Infectious Diseases 1-13

 

2008

  1. Ford, J. (2008). Emerging trends in climate change policy: The role of adaptation. International Public Policy Review, 3(2), 5 – 15
  2. Ford, J. (2008). Climate, society, and natural hazards: Changing hazard exposure in two Nunavut communities. Northern Review, 28, 51-71.
  3. Ford, J.(2008). Supporting Adaptation: A Priority for Action on Climate Change for Canadian Inuit.. Sustainable Development Law and Policy 25-29, 64
  4. Ford, J., Pearce, T., Gilligan, J. Smit, B., Oakes, J. (2008). Climate change and hazards associated with ice use in Northern Canada. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research, 40(4), 647-659
  5. Ford, J., Smit, B., Wandel. J., Allurut, M., Shappa, K., Ittusujurat, H., and Qrunnut, K. 2008. Climate change in the Arctic: Current and future vulnerability in two Inuit communities in Canada. The Geographical Journal, 174(1) 45-62

 

2007

  1. Ford, J., Pearce, B., Smit, B., Wandel, J., Allurut, M., Shappa, K., Ittusujurat, H., and Qrunnut, K. (2007) Reducing vulnerability to climate change in the Arctic: The case of Nunavut, Canada. Arctic, 60 (2), 150-166.

 

2006

  1. Ford, J. and the Community of Igloolik. (2006). Sensitivity of hunting to hazards associated with climate change: Iglulingmiut perspectives. Chapter in Oaks, J., and Riewe, R. (eds) Climate Change: Linking Traditional and Scientific Knowledge, Aboriginal Issues Press, 202-235.
  2. Ford, J. and the Community of Arctic Bay. (2006). Hunting on thin ice: Changing risks associated with the Arctic Bay narwhal hunt. Chapter in Oaks, J., and Riewe, R. (eds) Climate Change: Linking Traditional and Scientific Knowledge, Aboriginal Issues Press, 236-254.
  3. Ford, J., and Wandel. J. (2006). Responding to climate change in Nunavut: Policy recommendations. Chapter in White, J., Wingert, S., Beavon, D., and Mazim, P. (eds). Aboriginal Policy Research: Moving Forward, Making a Difference, Thompson Educational Publishing, Toronto, 103-122.
  4. Ford, J., Smit, B., and Wandel, J. (2006). Vulnerability to climate change in the Arctic: A case study from Arctic Bay, Nunavut. Global Environmental Change, 16 (2), 145-160.
  5. Ford, J., MacDonald, J., Smit, B., and Wandel, J. (2006). Vulnerability to climate change in Igloolik, Nunavut: What we can learn from the past and present. Polar Record, 42 (221), 127-138.

 

2004

  1. Ford, J., and Smit, B. (2004). A framework for assessing the vulnerability of communities in the Canadian Arctic to risks associated with climate change. Arctic, 57(4), 389-400.

 

2003

  1. Boardman, J., Evans, R., and Ford, J. (2003) Muddy floods on the South Downs, southern England: problems and response. Journal of Environmental Science and Policy 6(1), 69-83.