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Ljubicic, G., Oberndorfer, E., and Smith, G. 2017. The Curious Case of King William Island, Nunavut: An Island Overlooked in Caribou Research. InfoNorth essay in Arctic, 70, 1: 107-117.


Thoman, R., L. Jr., Dawson, J., Liggett, D., Lamers, M., Stewart, E., Ljubicic, G., Knol, M., and Hoke, W. 2017. Understanding the creation and use of polar weather and climate information. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 98, 1: ES3-ES5.


Nymand Larsen, J. and Anisimov, O. A. (Coordinating Lead Chapter Authors) 2014. Chapter 28: Polar Regions. Ljubicic, G. J. among the 19 Contributing Chapter Authors. In: Field, C., Barros, V., Mach, K., and Mastrandrea, M. (Coordinating Lead Report Authors). Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability. Working Group II Contribution to the IPCC 5th Assessment Report - Changes to the Underlying Scientific/Technical Assessment. 71pp. (https://www.ipcc.ch/pdf/assessment-report/ar5/wg2/WGIIAR5-Chap28_FINAL.pdf)


Ljubicic, G.J., Pulsifer, P.L., Hayes, A., Taylor, D.R.F., 2014. The Creation of the Inuit siku (Sea Ice) Atlas. In: Taylor, D.R.F., Lauriault, T.P. (Eds.), Developments in the Theory and Practice of Cybercartography. Elsevier Science, 201-218.


Taylor, D.R.F., Cowan, C., Ljubicic, G.J., Sullivan, C., 2014. Cybercartography for Education: The Application of Cybercartography to Teaching and Learning in Nunavut, Canada. In: Taylor, D.R.F., Lauriault, T.P. (Eds.), Developments in the Theory and Practice of Cybercartography. Elsevier Science, 297-324.


Di Leo Browne, T., Ljubicic, G.J., 2014. Considerations for Informed Consent in the Context of Online, Interactive, Atlas Creation. In: Taylor, D.R.F., Lauriault, T.P. (Eds.), Developments in the Theory and Practice of Cybercartography. Elsevier Science, 263-278.


Laidler, G. J., and Petrov, A. N.  2013.  The North: Balancing Tradition and Change. In: Tremblay, R. and Chicoine, H. (eds.).  The Geographies of Canada.  Bruxelles: Peter Lang. pp. 393-452.


Laidler, G.  2012.  Societal Aspects of Changing Cold Environments.  In: French, H., and Slaymaker, O. (eds.) Changing Cold Environments: A Canadian Perspective.  Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 267-300.


Kelley, K. A., and Ljubicic, G. J.  2012.  Policies and practicalities of shipping in arctic waters: Inuit perspectives from Cape Dorset, Nunavut.  Polar Geography, 35, 1: 19-49.


Grimwood, B. S. R., Doubleday, N. C., Ljubicic, G. J., Donaldson, S. G., and Blangy, S.  2012.  Engaged acclimatization: Towards responsible community-based participatory research in Nunavut.  The Canadian Geographer, 56, 2: 211-230.


Laidler, G. J., Hirose, T., Kapfer, M., Ikummaq, T., Joamie, E., and Elee, P.  2011.  Evaluating the Floe Edge Service: How well can SAR imagery address Inuit community concerns around sea ice change and travel safety?  The Canadian Geographer, 55, 1: 91-107.


Pulsifer, P. L., Laidler, G. J., Taylor, D. R. F., and Hayes, A. 2011.  Towards an Indigenist Data Management Program: Reflections on Experiences Developing an Atlas of Sea Ice Knowledge and Use.  The Canadian Geographer, 55, 1: 108-124.


Laidler, G. J., Elee, P., Ikummaq, T., Joamie, E., and Aporta, C. 2010.  Mapping Sea-Ice Knowledge, Use, and Change in Nunavut, Canada (Cape Dorset, Igloolik, Pangnirtung).  In: Krupnik, I., Aporta, C., Gearheard, S., Laidler, G. J., and Kielsen-Holm, L. (eds.). SIKU: Knowing Our Ice, Documenting Inuit Sea-Ice Knowledge and Use.  Dordrecht: Springer. pp. 45-80.


Pulsifer, P. L., Laidler, G. J., Taylor, D. R. F., and Hayes, A. 2010.  Creating an Online Cybercartographic Atlas of Inuit Sea Ice Knowledge and Use.  In: Krupnik, I., Aporta, C., Gearheard, S., Laidler, G. J., and Kielsen-Holm, L. (eds.).  SIKU: Knowing Our Ice, Documenting Inuit Sea-Ice Knowledge and Use.  Dordrecht: Springer. 229-254.


Laidler, G. J., Ford, J., Gough, W. A., Ikummaq, I., Gagnon, A., Kowal, S., 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: 363-397.


Laidler, G. J., Dialla, A., and Joamie, E. 2008. Human geographies of sea ice: freeze/thaw processes around Pangnirtung, Nunavut, Canada. Polar Record, 44, 231: 335-361.


Laidler, G. J. and Ikummaq, T. 2008. Human geographies of sea ice: freeze/thaw processes around Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada. Polar Record, 44, 229: 127-153.


Laidler, G. J. and Elee, P. 2008. Human geographies of sea ice: freeze/thaw processes around Cape Dorset, Nunavut, Canada. Polar Record, 44, 228: 51-76.


Laidler, G. J., Treitz, P. M., and Atkinson, D. M. 2008. Remote Sensing of Arctic Vegetation: The relations between NDVI, spatial resolution, and vegetation cover on Boothia Peninsula, Nunavut. Arctic, 61, 1: 1-13.


Laidler, G. J. 2006. Inuit and scientific perspectives on the relationship between sea ice and climate: the ideal complement? Climatic Change, 78, 2-4: 407-444.





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