Papers and presentations

Sheremata, Megan (co-presenter), Lucassie Arragutainaq (co-presenter), Peter Paul Cookie, Alli Naluktaruk, Annie Novalinga, Perty Tookalook, Annie Weetaluktuk-Rousseau, Salamiva Weetaluktuk, Joel Heath, William Gough, and Gita Ljubicic. 2019. Inuit knowledge of indicators of salinity change in eastern Hudson Bay. Oral presentation at the Inuit Studies Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Oct 3-6.

Sheremata, Megan (presenter), Lucassie Arragutainaq, Peter Paul Cookie, Annie Novalinga, Perty Tookalook, Annie Weetaluktuk-Rousseau, Salamiva Weetaluktuk, Joel Heath, William Gough, and Gita Ljubicic. 2019. Inuit knowledge of indicators of salinity change in eastern Hudson Bay. Oral presentation to the special session, Long-Term Changes in Arctic Social-Ecological Systems sponsored by the IASC Social-Human Working Group, Arctic Science Summit Week, Arkhangelsk, Russia, May 22 – 29.

Sheremata, Megan (presenter), Lucassie Arragutainaq, Peter Paul Cookie, Annie Novalinga, Perty Tookalook, Annie Weetaluktuk-Rousseau, Salamiva Weetaluktuk, Joel Heath, William Gough, and Gita Ljubicic. 2018. Inuit knowledge of ringed seals as indicators of salinity change in southeastern Hudson Bay. Poster presented at Arctic Net Annual Scientific Meeting, Ottawa, Canada, Dec 10-15. (View PDF of poster)

Megan Sheremata. 2018.  Listening to relational values in the era of rapid environmental change in the Inuit Nunangat. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. (35) 75-81.  https://doi.or/10.1016/j.cosust.2018.10.017

Sheremata, Megan (presenter), Lucassie Arragutainaq, Peter Paul Cookie, Annie Novalinga, Perty Tookalook, Aali Naluktaruk, Joel Heath, Gita Ljubicic, and William Gough. 2018. Inuit knowledge of environmental change in eastern Hudson Bay. Invited talk presented to SESYNC 2018 Symposium ‘Boundary Spanning: Advances in Socio-Environmental Systems Research’, Annapolis Maryland, June 11-13.

Megan Sheremata (presenter), Lucassie Arragutainaq, Peter Paul Cookie, Annie Novalinga, Perty Tookalook, Aali Naluktaruk, Joel Heath, Gita Ljubicic, and William Gough. 2017. Fifty years of change: Inuit observations of the cumulative impacts of environmental change in eastern Hudson Bay. Poster presented at the Arctic Change International Scientific Meeting (Arctic Net), Québec City, Québec, Dec 12 – 17. *Received the ITK Inuit Partnership of Excellence Award  (View PDF of poster)

Megan Sheremata (co-presenter), Perty Tookalook (co-presenter), Peter Paul Cookie, Annie Novalinga, Joel Heath, Gita Ljubicic, and William Gough. 2017. Inuit knowledge of environmental change over the past 50 Years in eastern Hudson Bay: observations from Umiujaq and Kuujjuaraapik. Oral presentation at the Arctic Change Annual Scientific Meeting (Arctic Net), Québec City, Québec, Dec. 11 – 17.

Sheremata, M., Tsuji, J.S.,and Gough, W.A.. 2016. Collaborative uses of geospatial technology for climate change adaptation: lessons from experiences with Indigenous communities of the circumpolar north. In: Imperatore, P. and Pepe, A. Eds. Geospatial Technology – Environmental and Social Applications, Rijeka: In Tech, p. 197-215. doi: 10.5772/64214

Sheremata, M. 2016. Understanding traditional livelihoods in climate change research in the Far North. Paper presented at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, March 29 – April 2.

Sheremata, M. 2014. Conserving habitat with a (social) landscape approach: lessons learned from collaborative research with the Algonquin to Adirondacks collaborative. Paper presented at the Growth and Transformation Latornelle Symposium, Alliston, Ontario, Canada, November 18-20.

Brown, C., Baroang, K.M., Conrad, E., Lyon, B., Watkins, D., Fiondella, F., Kaheil, Y., Robertson, A.W., Rodriguez, S.J., Sheremata, M. and Ward, M.N., 2010. Managing climate risk in water supply systems: materials and tools designed to empower technical professionals to better understand key issues. Technical Report. International Research Institute for Climate and Society, Earth Institute at Columbia University: Palisades, N.Y. 155pp.