Dylan G Clark
Dylan G Clark
Canadian Institute for Climate Choices
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The role of environmental factors in search and rescue incidents in Nunavut, Canada
DG Clark, JD Ford, L Berrang-Ford, T Pearce, S Kowal, WA Gough
Public Health 137, 44-49, 2016
Climate change and Canada’s north coast: Research trends, progress, and future directions
JD Ford, N Couture, T Bell, D Clark
Environmental Reviews, 2018
Vulnerability to unintentional injuries associated with land-use activities and search and rescue in Nunavut, Canada
DG Clark, JD Ford, T Pearce, L Berrang-Ford
Social science & medicine 169, 18-26, 2016
Changing access to ice, land and water in Arctic communities
JD Ford, D Clark, T Pearce, L Berrang-Ford, L Copland, J Dawson, ...
Nature Climate Change 9 (4), 335-339, 2019
Emergency response in a rapidly changing Arctic
DG Clark, JD Ford
CMAJ, 135-136, 2017
What role can unmanned aerial vehicles play in emergency response in the Arctic: A case study from Canada
DG Clark, JD Ford, T Tabish
PloS one 13 (12), e0205299, 2018
Preparing for the impacts of climate change along Canada's Arctic coast: The importance of search and rescue
J Ford, D Clark
Marine Policy 108, 103662, 2019
A systems network approach for climate change vulnerability assessment
NS Debortoli, JS Sayles, DG Clark, JD Ford
Environmental Research Letters 13 (10), 104019, 2018
An integrative climate change vulnerability index for Arctic aviation and marine transportation
NS Debortoli, DG Clark, JD Ford, JS Sayles, EP Diaconescu
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-15, 2019
Food insecurity in Nunavut: Are we going from bad to worse?
JD Ford, D Clark, A Naylor
CMAJ 191 (20), E550-E551, 2019
Vulnerability to injury: assessing biophysical and social determinants of land-user injuries in Nunavut, Canada
D Clark
McGill University, 2016
Geospatial Resource Access Analysis In Hedaru, Tanzania
DG Clark, D Premkumar, R Mazur, E Kisimbo
ESA Special Publication 722, 250, 2013
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