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Migration as an adaptation to climate change for remote Indigenous communities: What might we expect?

Carson, Dean B., Bird, Deanne, Bell, Lauren E. and Yuhun, Pawinee (2014). Migration as an adaptation to climate change for remote Indigenous communities: What might we expect?. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(6):1-8.

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Title Migration as an adaptation to climate change for remote Indigenous communities: What might we expect?
Author Carson, Dean B.
Bird, Deanne
Bell, Lauren E.
Yuhun, Pawinee
Journal Name Northern Institute Research Brief Series
Publication Date 2014
Issue Number 6
Start Page 1
End Page 8
Total Pages 8
Place of Publication Darwin, NT
Publisher Charles Darwin University, The Northern Institute
Field of Research 1603 - Demography
Abstract RESEARCH AIM
This research brief addresses an important shortcoming in the existing literature on the impacts of climate change on human migration.

By highlighting the role that migration might play as an adaptation to climate change by Indigenous people, with a particular focus on remote communities in the north of Australia.

Keywords Northern Australia
Migration
Remote Indigenous communities
Climate change
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URL http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/the-northern-institute/climatechange-201406.pdf


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