Publications Kelli Archie

Peer-reviewed

Pandey, R., Jha, S.K. , Alataloc, J.M., Archie , K.M, Gupta, A.K. Sustainable livelihood framework-based indicators for assessing climate change vulnerability and adaptation for Himalayan communities. Ecological Indicators 79 (2017) 338–346.

Pandey, R., Maithani, N., Aretano, R., Zurlini, G., Archie, K. M., Gupta, A.K.,Pandey, V.P. (2016). Empirical assessment of adaptation to climate change impact of mountainous households: development and application of Adaptation Capability Index. Journal of Mountain Science.

Archie, K.M., Dilling, L., Milford, J., & Pampel, F. (2014). Unpacking the 'Information Barrier': Comparing Perspectives on Information as a Barrier to Climate Change Adaptation in the Interior Mountain West. Journal of Environmental Management, 133, 397-410.

Archie, K.M. (2013). Climate Change Adaptation in the Rocky Mountains: Barriers to Planning and Hurdles to Implementation for Colorado Mountain Communities. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 19(5), 569-587.

Archie, K.M., Dilling, L, Milford, J. & Pampel, F. (2012). Climate Change and Western Public Lands: A Survey of U.S. Federal Land Managers on the Status of Adaptation Efforts. Ecology and Society, 17(4), 20.

Recent presentations and seminars

Archie, K. (2016, March) Climate change in New Zealand communities: Examining reports of local scale adaptation and mitigation planning and action. Oral presentation at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Conference. San Francisco, California USA.

Archie, K. (2014, November). Climate Change in New Zealand. The Meteorological Society of New Zealand Annual Conference. Wellington, NZ.

Archie, K. (2014, July). Climate Change Adaptation in the Central Rocky Mountains: Differences between National and Municipal Policy Responses. Seminar at Victoria University of Wellington, School of Geography Environment and Earth Sciences, NZ.

Archie, K. (2014, July). Climate Change Adaptation in the Central Rocky Mountains: Differences between National and Municipal Policy Responses. Seminar at Victoria University of Wellington, School of Geography Environment and Earth Sciences, NZ.

Archie, K. (2013, June). Climate Change Adaptation: The Role of Information for US Federal Public Lands Managers and Community Decision Makers. Oral presentation at the 19th International Symposium on Society and Research Management (ISSRM), Estes Park, Colorado, USA.

Archie, K. (2012, October). Climate Change Adaptation in the Western US: Differences in top-down vs bottom-up policy responses. Invited seminar at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Climate and Global Dynamics (CGD)  (& Webinar), Boulder, Colorado, USA..

Archie, K. (2012, September). Climate Change Adaptation in the Western US: Differences in top-down vs bottom-up policy responses. Oral presentation at the International Conference on Culture, Politics & Climate Change, Boulder, Colorado, USA.

Archie, K. (2011, July). The Role of Information in Climate Change Adaption on Western Public Lands.  Oral presentation at the 19th Conference on Applied Climatology Practical Solutions for a Warming World: AMS Conference on Climate Adaptation, Asheville, North Carolina, USA.

Archie, K. (2011, May). Climate Change Adaptation and Western Public Lands: Do Decision Makers Have the Information and Tools They Need to Govern? Oral presentation at the Colorado Conference on Earth System Governance: “Crossing Boundaries and Building Bridges”, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.

Archie, K. (2011, April). Climate Change Adaptation and Western Public Lands: Do Manager have the tools and Understanding They Need to Make Decisions? Oral presentation at the Association of American Geographers Annual Conference. Seattle, Washington, USA.

Archie, K. (2010, October ). Climate Change Adaptation and Western Public Lands: Do Stakeholders Share Understanding of Associated Concepts? Oral presentation at the 2010 Climate Conference: Managing for Resiliency in the San Juan Mountains: Adaptation and Planning for Climate Change. Silverton, Colorado, USA.