Chang, M.H., L. Erikson, K. Araújo, E.N. Asinas, S. Chisholm Hatfield, L.G. Crozier, E. Fleishman, C.S. Greene, E.E. Grossman, C. Luce, J. Paudel, K. Rajagopalan, E. Rasmussen, C. Raymond, J.J. Reyes, and V. Shandas. Forthcoming 2023. Ch. 27: Northwest. In U.S. Fifth National Climate Assessment.
Biedenweg K, Anderson L, Chisholm Hatfield S, Hollender R, Kintner L, Trimbach D. (2023). Seeking Consilience: Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Western Social Science Contributions to Orca Conservation Knowledge. Biological Conservation. https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1ges~5liTFNyeX
Spalding, A., & Suman, D. (Eds.). (2023). Oceans and Society: An Introduction to Marine Studies (1st ed.). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003058151
Chisholm Hatfield S. et al., Dalton, M., and E. Fleishman, editors. 2021. Fifth Oregon Climate Assessment. Oregon Climate Change Research Institute, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. https://blogs.oregonstate.edu/occri/oregonclimateassessments/
Chisholm Hatfield, S, 2019. Plastic Suffocation: Climate Change Threatens Indigenous Populations and Traditional Ecological Knowledge. Journal of Marine and Island Cultures. DOI: 10.21463/jmic.2019.08.2.01
Chisholm Hatfield, S, Hong, Sun-Kee. 2019. Mermaids of South Korea: Haenyeo (Women Divers) Traditional Ecological Knowledge, and Climate Change Impacts. Journal of Marine and Island Cultures. DOI: 10.21463/jmic.2019.08.1.01
Tribal Climate Adaptation Guidebook Writing Team (Meghan Dalton, Samantha Chisholm Hatfield, and Alexander “Sascha” Petersen. 2018. Tribal Climate Adaptation Guidebook. Corvallis: OR, Oregon State University.
Chisholm Hatfield, Samantha., Marino, Elizabeth, Whyte, Kyle Powys, Dello, Kathie D., and Mote, Philip W. 2018. Indian Time: Time, Seasonality, and Culture in Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Climate Change. Ecological Processes. DOI: 10.1186/s13717018-0136-6
Hong Sun-Kee,, Won Yong-Tae, Lee Gyeong-A, Han Eun-Seon, Cho Mi-Ra, Park Hye-Yeong, Kim Jae-Eun, Samantha Chisholm Hatfield June 2018..” Interdisciplinary Convergence Research Design on Island Biocultural Diversity - Case Study in Wandogun (County) Island Region, South Korea”. Journal of Marine and Island Cultures.
Chisholm Hatfield, Samantha. 2018. “Indigenous knowledge of the land and resources for optimization: redefining what management really means” Review of Indigenous Knowledge: enhancing its contribution to natural resources management, by Paul Sillitoe, editor. Ecology. DOI: 10.1002/ecy.2204
Chisholm Hatfield, Samantha, Hong Sun-Kee. January 2018. Islanders of South Korea: Culture, Climate Change, and Traditional Ecological Knowledge. Journal of Marine and Island Cultures.
Chisholm Hatfield, Samantha. December 2017. Rising Songs. Whitefish Review Literary Journal 21: 57-62.
Miller, Brian William, et al. "The Indigenous Phenology Network: Engage, Observe, and Adapt to Change." AGUFM 2017 (2017): PA53A-0259.
Mote, P.W., and S. Chisholm Hatfield, 2014: Assessing Climate Change Effects on Natural and Cultural Resources of Significance to Northwest Tribes, https://www.nwclimatescience.org/projects/assessing-climate-change-effects-natural-andcultural-resources-significance-northwest
November 2017 Featured Blog Union of Concerned Scientists https://blog.ucsusa.org/science-blogger/lessons-from-the-land-and-water-songs-to-heal
June 2017 Featured Speaker Book
Mokpo National University Institution for Marine and Island Cultures Press
January 2017 Featured Blog Union of Concerned Scientists http://blog.ucsusa.org/science-blogger/the-importance-of-traditional-ecologicalknowledge-tek-when-examining-climate-change
December 2016 Apogee Journal Special Edition Folio http://apogeejournal.org/nodapl/p10/
September 2016 Published HJ Andrews Visiting Scholars (new website forthcoming) http://andrewsforest.oregonstate.edu/lter/research/related/writers/template.cfm?next=wir&topnav=169
Dalton, M.M., L. Benda, M. Case, S. Chisholm Hatfield, N. Cohn, M. Conlin, J. Lawler, P. Mote, D. Sharp, G. Reeves, P. Ruggiero, K. Serafin. 2016. “Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for the Treaty of Olympia Tribes.” A Report to the Quinault Indian Nation, Hoh Tribe, and Quileute Tribe. Oregon Climate Change Research Institute, Corvallis, OR https://quileutenation.org/wpcontent/uploads/2017/02/Climate_Change_Vulnerablity_Assessment_for_the_Treaty_of_Olympia_Tribes.pdf