Arctic Indigenous/Traditional Knowledge at AGU

ARCUS has compiled the following list of Arctic Indigenous/Traditional Knowledge and co-production presentations at the AGU 2020 Fall Meeting. Please contact lisa [at] arcus.org with any questions or additional presentations or events to suggest for this page.

Monday, 7 December 2020

Poster: Opportunities for Observations in Support of Indigenous Food Systems in the Coastal Alaskan Walrus Ecosystem

Presenter: Davis Collison
Paper Number: C003-0015
Session: C003 - Arctic Coastal Dynamics: Rates, Impacts, Hazards, and Implications for the Future II Posters
Session Time: 4:00 am - 9:00 pm PST
Poster Presentation Time: TBD

Wednesday, 9 December 2020

Poster: A Co-production of Knowledge Approach to Understand how Sea Ice Loss Constrains Indigenous Hunting Opportunities for Traditional Marine Mammal Resources in Northwest Alaska

Presenter: Donna Hauser
Paper Number: SY023-0018
Session: SY023 - Science to Action: Transformative Partnerships and Knowledge Coproduction to Advance Decision-Relevant Science III Posters
Session Time: 4:00 am - 9:00 pm PST
Poster Presentation Time: TBD

Poster: Long-term Monitoring of Arctic Shorefast Sea Ice Along Whale Hunting Trails at Utqiaġvik, Alaska

Presenter: Joshua Jones
Paper Number: SY023-0024
Session: SY023 - Science to Action: Transformative Partnerships and Knowledge Coproduction to Advance Decision-Relevant Science III Posters
Session Time: 4:00 am - 9:00 pm PST
Poster Presentation Time: TBD

Poster: Climate change, Knowledge Co-production, and Partnership in Kake, Alaska

Presenter: Elizabeth Figus
Paper Number: SY023-0003
Session: SY023 - Science to Action: Transformative Partnerships and Knowledge Coproduction to Advance Decision-Relevant Science III Posters
Session Time: 4:00 am - 9:00 pm PST
Poster Presentation Time: TBD

Talk: Indigenous Foods Knowledges Network: Co-Producing among Indigenous Peoples in the Arctic and US Southwest

Presenter: Mary Elizabeth Jager
Paper Number: SY024-01
Session: SY024 - Science to Action: Transformative Partnerships and Knowledge Coproduction to Advance Decision-Relevant Science I
Presentation Time: 5:34 am - 5:38 am PST

Talk: Co-Production of Knowledge and the Delicate Dance of Physical and Cultural Distance to Overcome

Presenter: Julie Brigham-Grette
Paper Number: SY024-07
Session: SY024 - Science to Action: Transformative Partnerships and Knowledge Coproduction to Advance Decision-Relevant Science I
Presentation Time: 5:58 am - 6:02 am PST

Talk: Working Towards More Equitable Research Systems: Macro and Microcosm Perspectives

Presenter: Meredith LaValley
Paper Number: SY024-08
Session: SY024 - Science to Action: Transformative Partnerships and Knowledge Coproduction to Advance Decision-Relevant Science I
Presentation Time: 6:02 am - 6:06 am PST

Talk: Knowledge Exchange among Local Residents and Earth Scientists on Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta

Presenter: Gerald V Frost
Paper Number: SY024-09
Session: SY024 - Science to Action: Transformative Partnerships and Knowledge Coproduction to Advance Decision-Relevant Science I
Presentation Time: 6:06 am - 6:10 am PST

Talk: Too Much “Notice and Comment”: Consequences of the Administrative Procedure Act of 1946 on Arctic Research’s Engagement with Indigenous Communities in Alaska

Presenter: Kaare Erickson
Paper Number: SY026-03
Session: SY026 - Science to Action: Transformative Partnerships and Knowledge Coproduction to Advance Decision-Relevant Science II
Presentation Time: 4:12 pm - 4:16 pm PST

Talk: Ikaaġvik Sikukun: Bridging the Scientific and Indigenous Communities to Study Sea Ice Change in Arctic Alaska

Presenter: Christopher J Zappa
Paper Number: SY026-09
Session: SY026 - Science to Action: Transformative Partnerships and Knowledge Coproduction to Advance Decision-Relevant Science II
Presentation Time: 4:36 pm - 4:40 pm PST

Talk: Successful Engagement Between Iñupiat and Scientists in Utqiaġvik, Alaska

Presenter: Kaare Erickson
Paper Number: SY027-06
Session: SY027 - Native Science to Action: How Indigenous Perspectives Inform, Diversify, and Build Capacity in Environmental Science and Policy I
Presentation Time: 5:54 pm - 5:58 pm PST

Thursday, 10 December 2020

Talk: Equity in the Relationship Between Indigenous Knowledge and Science

Presenter: Raychelle Daniel
Paper Number: SY037-05
Session: SY037 - Developing a Culture of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in All Our Work, in All Our Places I
Presentation Time: 7:20 am - 7:24 am PST

Tuesday, 15 December 2020

Talk: Meaningful Research for Meaningful Impact: Arctic Researchers and Indigenous Communities Working Together to Combat Global Climate Change

Presenter: Darcy L. Peter
Paper Number: B099-01
Session: B099 - The Resilience and Vulnerability of Arctic and Boreal Ecosystems to Climate Change III
Presentation Time: 7:05 am - 7:20 am PST

Thursday, 17 December 2020

Talk: Spring Sea Ice Forecasts and Bering Sea Indigenous Marine Mammal Harvests

Presenter: Olivia Astillero Lee
Paper Number: C069-04
Session: C069 - Sea Ice Change and Variability: Implications for the Climate and Indigenous Communities of High-Latitude Systems I
Presentation Time: 5:42 am - 5:46 am PST