Tonia Sagoonick recounts the 2009 storm.
Savoonga residents reflect on the random and severe weather patterns that they have recently witnessed on St. Lawrence Island.
Savoonga hunters use their expertise to analyze how the extent and type of sea ice has been changing recently and they note various effects on hunting practices.
The late Michael Sookiayak, Sr. recounts the storms affecting his village. Michael worked in the village government as was actively involved in disaster planning and relocation and evacuation efforts until his death in 2016. He is truly missed.
Savoonga residents talk about how wind patterns have changed around their island, including wind direction, intensity, and predictability.
The late Clara Sookiayak recounts the effects of the 2005 storm in Shaktoolik.
Shaktoolik residents talk about notable changes to rain and snowfall patterns.
Savoonga hunters talk about the impacts of climate change on their subsistence hunting activities.
Savoonga residents talk about climate change impacts on whale migration patterns and whaling practices.
Shaktoolik residents explain how large storms not only pose a direct threat to the village, but also threaten the fresh water supply and the marine environment upon which villagers depend.