Publications Details for:

Coastal Climate Impacts to First Foods, Cultural Sites, and Tribal Community Health and Well-being
Grant Number R835595
RFA: Science for Sustainable and Healthy Tribes (2013)
Journal Article (2)
Presentation (40)
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Journal Article Donatuto J, Campbell L, Gregory R. Developing responsive indicators of indigenous community health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2016;13(9):E899 (16 pp.). R834791 (Final)
R835595 (2016)
Journal Article Donatuto J, Campbell L, LeCompte J, Rohlman D, Tadlock S. The Story of 13 Moons:Developing an Environmental Health and Sustainability Curriculum Founded on Indigenous First Foods and Technologies. Environmental Education for Sustainability 2020;12(21):8913. R835595 (Final)
Presentation Campbell L, Donatuto J. Coastal climate impacts to first foods, cultural sites, and tribal community health and well-being. Presented at the Sea Level Rise Workshop, University of Washington, October 2017. R835595 (2017)
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Presentation Campbell L, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, Grossman E. Including indicators of indigenous community health in climate change impact assessments. Presented at the Pacific Northwest Climate Science Conference, Seattle, WA, September 10, 2014. R835595 (2014)
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Presentation Campbell L, Donatuto J. Indigenous health indicators:connecting human and ecosystem health. Presented NOAA Series Seminar, Seattle, WA, October 20, 2016. R835595 (2016)
Presentation Campbell L, Donatuto J. Indicators of climate change. Presented at the Second Annual Conference on Native American Nutrition, Mystic Lake, MN, September 17-20, 2017. R835595 (2017)
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Presentation Campbell L, Donatuto J, Grossman S. Evaluating impacts of sea level rise and storm surge on nearshore natural resources habitats and Swinomish community health. Presented at the Northwest Scientific Association 89th Annual Meeting, Olympia, WA, March 27-30, 2018. R835595 (2017)
Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L, Grossman S, McBride A, Grossman E. [Project goals and objectives]. Webinar presented via the EPA STAR Grant Kickoff Webinar, August 27, 2014. R835595 (2014)
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Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L, Grossman S, McBride A, Grossman E. Including indicators of indigenous community health in climate change impact assessments. Presented at the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) North America 35th Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, November 11, 2014. R835595 (2014)
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Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L. Health indicators in the Swinomish Climate Change Initiative. Presented at the Northwest Environmental Health Conference, Portland, OR, April 17, 2015. R835595 (2014)
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Presentation Donatuto J. Including Coast Salish indigenous health priorities in climate change planning. Presented at the Institue for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) Climate Change Workshop, Tulalip, WA, December 8, 2015. R835595 (2015)
Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L. How the indigenous health indicators will update the Swinomish Climate Change Adaptation Action Plan. Presented at the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI) Tribal Leaders Summit on Climate Change, Portland, OR, March 10, 2015. R835595 (2014)
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Presentation Donatuto J. Including Coast Salish indigenous health priorities in climate change planning. Presented to the Washington Department of Health, Olympia, WA, November 16, 2015. R835595 (2015)
Presentation Donatuto J. Including Coast Salish indigenous health priorities in climate change planning. Presented to the Northwest Straits Commission, Bellingham, WA, November 6, 2015. R835595 (2015)
Presentation Donatuto J. Connections between health and local natural resources, such as dams. Presented to the Northwest Indian College Class, Lummi Campus, Bellingham, WA, October 19, 2015. R835595 (2015)
Presentation Donatuto J. Tribal access to and use of climate data: Swinomish Climate Change Initiative. Webinar presented to the Tribal Northwest Climate Change Group, September 15, 2015. R835595 (2015)
Presentation Donatuto J. Coastal climate impacts to first foods and Swinomish health and wellbeing. Presented at the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, Vancouver, Canada, April 15, 2016. R835595 (2015)
R835595 (2017)
Presentation Donatuto J. Using IHI to explain why including natural resources in Coast Salish health assessments is key to more accurate results. Presented via the Northwest Indian College/Western Washington University Salish Sea Speakers Series, Bellingham, WA, April 28, 2016. R835595 (2015)
Presentation Donatuto J. Developing indigenous health indicators for Coast Salish communities. Presented at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Tribal Ecological Knowledge (TEK) Workshop, Washington, DC, December 4, 2016. R835595 (2015)
Presentation Donatuto J. Including Coast Salish indigenous health priorities in climate change planning. Presented to the Western Washington University Class, Bellingham, WA, February 2, 2016. R835595 (2015)
Presentation Donatuto J. Tribal perspectives of sea level rise. Presented at Making Sense of Sea Level Rise, Seattle, WA, April 26, 2016. R835595 (2015)
Presentation Donatuto J. Coastal climate impacts to first foods and Swinomish health and wellbeing. Presented via the UW TEK Speaker Series, Seattle, WA, March 7, 2016. R835595 (2015)
Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L, Grossman E, Grossman S, McBride A. Climate change impacts on culturally important foods and habitats. Presented at the Cultural Resources Summit, Grande Ronde, OR, October 26, 2016. R835595 (2016)
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Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L, Grossman E, Grossman S, McBride A. Climate change impacts to first foods and Swinomish community health. Presented at Evergreen State College, Swinomish, WA, October 25, 2016. R835595 (2016)
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Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L, Grossman E, Grossman S, McBride A. Climate change impacts to first foods and Swinomish community health. Presented at the EPA STAR Grantee Meeting, Research Triangle Park, NC, September 20, 2016. R835595 (2016)
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Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L, Grossman E, Grossman S, McBride A. Assessing risks in multinational marine ecosystems. Presented at the Coast Salish Gathering, Tulalip WA, February 27, 2017. R835595 (2016)
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Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L, Grossman E, Grossman S, McBride A. Developing indigenous indicators of health: the Swinomish perspective. Presented at Bastyr University, Seattle, WA, April 3, 2017. R835595 (2016)
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Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L, Grossman E, Grossman S, McBride A. Swinomish projects on climate change adaptation and cultural-ecological resilience. Presented at the Indigenous Climate Justice Symposium, Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA, May 5, 2017. R835595 (2016)
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Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L, Grossman E, Grossman S, McBride A. Climate change impacts to first foods and Swinomish community health. Presented at the University Washington, Seattle, WA, November 17, 2016. R835595 (2016)
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Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L, Grossman E, Grossman S, McBride A. First foods, climate change and community health. Presented at the Tribal Environmental Health Summit, Flagstaff, AZ, June 21, 2016. R835595 (2016)
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Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L, Grossman E, Grossman S, McBride A. How does a community address climate change? Presented at the Sound Waters University, Langley, WA, February 4, 2017. R835595 (2016)
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Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L, Grossman E, Grossman S, McBride A. Indigenous food sovereignty as adaptation to ocean change. Presented at the Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, NM, March 28, 2017. R835595 (2016)
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Presentation Campbell L, Donatuto J. Coastal climate impacts to first foods, cultural sites, and tribal community health and well-being. Presented at the Trans-Federal Workshop on Extreme Events, Environmental Health, and the Elderly:Scientific Evidence, Cultural Considerations, and Sustainable Solutions, Washington, DC, June 13-14, 2017. R835595 (2017)
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Presentation Campbell L, Donatuto J. Coastal climate impacts to first foods, cultural sites, and tribal community health and well-being. Presented at the Wabanaki Climate Conference, Orono, MA, October 17-18, 2017. R835595 (2017)
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Presentation Campbell L, Donatuto J. Coastal climate impacts to first foods, cultural sites, and tribal community health and well-being. Presented at the Tulalip Tribes Climate Change Meeting, Ferndale, WA, November 2017. R835595 (2017)
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Presentation Campbell L, Donatuto J. Indigenous health indicators and the environment. Presented at the Tribal Environmental Public Health Summit, Centralia, WA, January 7-9, 2018. R835595 (2017)
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Presentation Campbell L. Evaluating health as a basis for climate change planning and resiliency. Presented at the Tribal/First Nations Climate Summit, Marysville, WA, December 13-14, 2017. R835595 (2017)
Presentation Campbell L, Donatuto J. Swinomish Tribe's climate-ready projects. Presented at the National Tribal Public Health Summit, Anchorage, AK, June 6-8, 2017. R835595 (2017)
Presentation Donatuto J. Coastal climate impacts to first foods, cultural sites, and tribal community health and well-being. Presented at the 8th Annual Northwest Climate Conference, Tacoma, WA, October 9-11, 2017. R835595 (2017)
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Presentation Donatuto J, Campbell L, Grossman S, Grossman E, McBride A. Indigenizing climate change health impact assessments and action plans:the Swinomish health template. Presented at the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, Seattle, WA, April 4-6, 2018. R835595 (2017)
Presentation Donatuto J, Grossman S, Grossman E, Campbell L, Konovsky J. Indigenous community health and climate change:integrating social and natural science indicators. Presented at the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, Seattle, WA, April 4-6, 2018. R835595 (2017)
Presentation Campbell L, Donatuto J. Indigenous health indicators: nature -> culture -> health. Unique perspectives on health meanings and priorities from an indigenous coast Salish community. Presented at the Northwest Nature & Health Symposium, Seattle, WA, October 26, 2017. R835595 (2017)