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Published on Aug 27, 2010
Join scientists, leaders and innovators as they offer rich and thought provoking presentations featuring the latest research on the biosphere, with emphasis on Earth's waters.
WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS Tim Johnson (Mohawk), associate director for museum programs, National Museum of the American Indian
BLESSING SONG Betsabe, Jezabel, and Mayra Torres (Comcáac)
INTRODUCTIONS AND FRAMING STATEMENT José Barreiro (Taino), assistant director for research, National Museum of the American Indian
OUR LIVING OCEAN—A VIEW FROM SPACE Nancy Maynard, senior research scientist in the Cryospheric Sciences Branch at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
HANT XICA COOSYATOJ/LAND OF THE SINGING PEOPLE: SHELLFISH AQUACULTURE, SUSTAINABILITY, AND THE PRESERVATION OF IDENTITY Alberto Mellado Moreno (Comcáac), founder, Comcáac Native Aquaculture
EXERCISES IN INDIGENUITY FOR A LIVING PLANET Daniel Wildcat (Yuchi member of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma), director of the Haskell Environmental Research Studies Center and professor at Haskell Indian Nations University
OCEANIC MANIFEST DESTINY: CLIMATE CHANGE FORCED RELOCATION AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES Ma'Ko'Quah Abigail Jones (Prairie Band Potawatomi), student, Haskell Indian Nations University
QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION José Barreiro, moderator