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Arctic community engagement during the 2007–2008 International Polar Year
Grimwood, Bryan S.R.; Cuerrier, Alain; Doubleday, Nancy C.
Our plants, our land: bridging aboriginal generations through cross-cultural plant workshops
Cuerrier, Alain; Downing, Ashleigh; Johnstone, Jill; Hermanutz, Luise; Siegwart Collier, Laura; Elders and Youth Participants of Nain and Old Crow
Culture and change: learning from the past through Community Archaeology on the North Slope
Jensen, Anne M.
Teaching and learning about climate change with Innu Environmental Guardians
Trant, Andrew J.; Jacobs, John D.; Sable, Trudy
Understanding subarctic wildlife in Eastern James Bay under changing climatic and socio-environmental conditions: bringing together Cree hunters' ecological knowledge and scientific observations
Herrmann, Thora Martina; Royer, Marie-Jeanne S.; Cuciurean, Rick
The role of data management in engaging communities in Arctic research: overview of the Exchange for Local Observations and Knowledge of the Arctic (ELOKA)
Pulsifer, Peter; Gearheard, Shari; Huntington, Henry P.; Parsons, Mark A.; McNeave, Christopher; McCann, Heidi S.
Moving North: engaging community with place through dance
Multiple perspectives on polar science educational outreach partnerships in the north Yukon, Canada
Ross, Frances K.; Harper, Karen A.; Wright, Tarah; Castleden, Heather
Gwich'in Ethnobotany: plants used by the Gwich'in for food, medicine, shelter and tools
Home is the hunter: the James Bay Cree and their land