Refereed Journal Publications

9. Jurjonas, M., and Aldana, L.T. (2020) The Flyer's Dilemma and the Logger’s Case for Climate Justice. World Development Perspectives, 20, 100263.

8. Jurjonas, M., Seekamp, E., Rivers, L., and Cutts, B. (2020) Uncovering Climate (in)Justice with an Adaptive Capacity Assessment: A Multiple Case Study in Rural Coastal North Carolina. Land Use Policy, 94, 104547.

7. Jurjonas, M., and Seekamp, E. (2020). ‘A commons before the sea:’ climate justice considerations for coastal zone management. Climate and Development, 12 (3), 199-203.

6. Bhattachan, A., Jurjonas, M., Morris, P., Taillie, P., Smart, L., Emanuel, R., and Seekamp, E. (2019). Linking residential saltwater intrusion risk perceptions to physical exposure of climate change impacts in rural coastal communities of North Carolina. Natural Hazards, 97 (3), 1277-1295.

5. Jurjonas, M., and Seekamp, E. (2019) Balancing carbon dioxide: A case study of forest preservation, out-migration, and afforestation in the Pueblos Mancomunados of Oaxaca, Mexico. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, 38 (7) 697-714.

4. Seekamp, E., Jurjonas, M., and Bitsura-Meszaros, K. (2019). Influences on coastal tourism demand and substitution behaviors from climate change impacts and hazard recovery responses. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 27 (5), 629-648.

3. Bhattachan, A., Jurjonas, M. D., Moody, A. C., Morris, P. R., Sanchez, G. M., Smart, L. S., ... and Seekamp, E. L. (2018). Sea level rise impacts on rural coastal social-ecological systems and the implications for decision making. Environmental Science & Policy, 90, 122-134.

2. Jurjonas, M., and Seekamp, E. (2018). Rural coastal community resilience: Assessing a framework in eastern North Carolina. Ocean & Coastal Management, 162, 137-150.

1. Jurjonas, M., Crossman, K., Solomon, J., and Baez, W. L. (2016). Potential links between certified organic coffee and deforestation in a protected area in Chiapas, Mexico. World Development, 78, 13-21.

Non-refereed Publications (Fact Sheets)

2. Jurjonas, M. (2020) Resilient Central America (ResCA): Confronting climate justice through building healthy productive ecosystems. [Fact Sheet] ResCA, The Nature Conservancy, Mexico City, Mexico. 10pp.

1. Seekamp, E., Jurjonas, M., and Bitsura-Meszaros, K. (2018) Coastal hazards and tourism: Exploring outer banks visitors’ responses to storm-related impacts. [Fact Sheet] Tourism Extension, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. 12pp.