Dylan G. Clark, MSc, CCP

Dylan Clark is a climate change consultant. Dylan has collaborated with communities from Tanzania to the Arctic, working to understand linked environmental and social systems and build resilience. His work has resulted in numerous publications, contributions to an IPCC Special Report, and multiple adaptation initiatives.

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Publications

Ford, J.D., Couture, N., Bell, T., Clark, D.G. Climate change and Canada’s north coast: Research trends, progress, and future directions. 2017. Environmental Reviews. 

Clark, D.G., Ford, J.D. Emergency response in a rapidly changing Arctic. 2017. CMAJ. 189, 135-6.

Clark, D. G., Ford, J.D., Pearce, T., Berrang-Ford, L. Vulnerability to injuries associated with land-use activities in Nunavut, Canada. 2016. Social Science & Medicine. 169, 18-26.

Clark, D.G., Ford, J.D., Berrang-Ford, L., Pearce, T., Gough, W., Kowal, S. The role of environmental factors in search and rescue incidents in Nunavut. 2016. Public Health. 137, 44-49.

Clark, D.G., Premkumar, D., Mazur, R., & Kisimbo, E. Geospatial Resource Access Analysis in Hedaru, Tanzania. 2014. ESA Living Planet Symposium Proceedings. Edinburgh, United Kingdom. http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2013ESASP.722E.250C

News Articles About my Work

Montreal Gazette – Advancing in a Common Vision to Address Climate Change

Arctic Deeply – Researchers explore use of UAVs for search and rescue

National Geographic – Arctic Search and Rescue and Climate Change

Arctic Deeply – Risk on the Land and Climate Change

CBC – New research confirms link between environment and SAR

McGill University – Paper Published on Search and Rescue in the Arctic

CBC – Land Safety Course in Nunavut

Nunatsiaq News – Search and Rescue Research in Nunavut

Ames Tribune – Climate Change and Dylan’s work in the North

Medium – Building Safety and Resilience in the Arctic

Des Moines WHO TV – Iowa State University undergraduates present climate change research

Iowa State University – Two Iowa State seniors present at ESA