Documents & Results

Dissemination material – Feel free to download!

CLINF flyer with project summary in nine languages (EN, SE, NO, DK, FI, GL, IS, RUNorthsami)

General presentation of the CLINF Nordic Centre of Excellence

CLINF interim results:

Presentations given at the Seminar on Aspects of reindeer herding and their importance for infectious diseases, 24 Sep 2018.

Adaptation challenges for Nordic societies (May 2018)

Mapping of infectious diseases in animals (May 2018)

Hydro-climatic data for projected future conditions (May 2018)

Geography and climate sensitivity of northern infectious diseases (May 2018)

List of putative CSI selected for CLINF research

Hydrological basins selected for modelling

Network of CLINF stakeholder organisations

CLINF contacts in Russia

 

CLINF publications:

Omazic et al. (2019) Intl. J. Circumpolar Health. Discrepancies in data reporting of zoonotic infectious diseases across the Nordic countries – A call for action in the era of climate change.

Chen et al. (2019) Nature Sustainability. China and India lead in greening of the world through land-use management.

Tömmervik et al. (2019) Ecosystems. Legacies of historical exploitation of natural resources are more important than summer warming for recent biomass increases in a Boreal-Arctic transition region.

Seifollahi-Aghmiuni et al. (2019) Water. Change drivers and impacts in Arctic wetland landscapes – literature review and gap analysis.

Selroos et al. (2019) Water. Permafrost thaw with thermokarst wetland-lake and societal health risks: Dependence on local soil conditions under large-scale warming.

Skre et al. (2018) J Agricultural Science Technology. Consequences of future expansion at the Arctic treeline in northernmost Norway.

Quin & Destouni (2018) Land Degradation and Development. Large-scale comparison of flow-variability dampening by lakes and wetlands in the landscape.

Orth & Destouni (2018) Nature Communications. Drought reduces blue-water fluxes more strongly than green-water fluxes in Europe.

Gross et al. (2018) Land Degradation & Development. Links between Nordic and Arctic hyrdoclimate and vegetation changes: Contribution to possible landscape-scale nature-based solutions.

Engström et al. (2018) Proc Intl Ass Hydrological Sciences. Water impacts and water-climate goal conflicts of local energy choices – notes from a Swedish perspective.

Epstein et al. (2018) Bulletin Am. Meteorol. Soc., Tundra greeness.

Jansson 2018 (M.Sc. thesis). Infections in the eye and mouth of reindeer.

Aurosell 2018 (M.Sc. thesis). Prevalence of pestivirus in reindeer

 

2017 and earlier publications:

Berggren 2017 (M.Sc. thesis). The impact of climate change on zoonotic infectious diseases.

Böhme 2017 (M.Sc. thesis). CLINF stakeholder analysis: Inferring the network of CLINF stakeholder organisations from Nuuk to Yakutsk

Bonebrake et al. (2017) Biol Rev Camb Philos SocManaging consequences of climate-driven species redistribution requires integration of ecology, conservation and social science.

Fauchald et al (2017) Science advances. Arctic greening from warming promotes declines in caribou populations.

Karlsen et al (2017) Climate Research. Future forest distribution on Finnmarksvidda, North Norway.

Martin et al (2017) Environ. Res. Lett. Shrub growth and expansion in the Arctic tundra: an assessment of controlling factors using an evidence-based approach.

Pecl et al (2017) Science Biodiversity redistribution under climate change: Impacts on ecosystems and human well-being.

Tokarevich et al (2017) Medical Safety & Global Health. Seroprevalence of tick-borne diseases in the population of the European North of Russia.

Tokarevich et al (2017) Int J Circumpolar Health. Impact of air temperature variation on the ixodid ticks habitat and tick-borne encephalitis incidence in the Russian Arctic: the case of the Komi Republic.

Bring et al (2016) Journal of Geophysical Research. Arctic terrestrial hydrology: A synthesis of processes, regional effects, and research challenges.

Riseth et al (2016) Journal of Forest Economics.175 years of adaptation: North Scandinavian Sámi reindeer herding between government policies and winter climate variability (1835–2010).

 

 


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