Climate Change Influences on Environment as a Determinant of Indigenous Health: Relationships to Place, Sea, Ice, and Health in an Inuit Community

Study suggests that while use of sea ice can result in physical injury, there are also benefits related to mental/emotional, spiritual, social and cultural health which need to be considered when discussing the impact of changing environmental conditions.
Agata Durkalec
Chris Furgal
Mark W. Skinner
Tom Sheldon
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Social Science and Medicine, vol. 136-137, July 2015, pp. 17-26
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Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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