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Title & Authors Disciplines Themes Tribes
Alberta’s Oil Sands and the Rights of First Nations Peoples to Environmental Health
Lori Lambert, PhD, DS
Environmental StudiesGeologyHealth ActivismClimate ChangeEconomic DevelopmentEnergyEnvironmental JusticeIntergovernmental RelationsInternational IndigenousNatural Resources
Are Tribal Compact Schools the Answer to Improving Native Student Success in Washington?
Teresa Winstead, John Hopkins and Michael Vendiola
Social Work and SociologyAnthropologyEconomicsEducationHistoryPolitical Science and Public AdministrationPsychology Community DevelopmentCultural PreservationEducation ReformFederal and State Relations and PolicyLaw and JusticeLeadershipNatural ResourcesTreaty Rights and SovereigntyTribal Governance LummiMuckleshootSuquamish
Dam Removal on the Elwha River

Peter Dorman
EconomicsEducationEnvironmental Studies Environmental RestorationFederal and State Relations and PolicyIntergovernmental RelationsNatural ResourcesSalmon Lower Elwha Klallam
Darkness to Dawn: Columbia River Native Tribes’ Science and Salmon Restoration Success

Brian Footen
AnthropologyBiologyEconomicsEnvironmental StudiesNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public AdministrationPsychology Social Work and Sociology ActivismClimate ChangeCultural PreservationEconomic DevelopmentEnvironmental RestorationIndigenous ScienceIntergovernmental RelationsLeadershipNatural ResourcesSalmonTreaty Rights and Sovereignty Nez Perce
Impacts of Global Climate Change on Tribes in Washington Part II

Rob Cole
BiologyEnvironmental StudiesGeology ActivismClimate ChangeFish and WildlifeIntergovernmental RelationsNatural ResourcesSalmon All Tribes
New Mexico’s Legislative Imperative: How has the Tribal Collaboration Act Impacted State-Tribal Relations in the State of New Mexico?

Linda Moon Stumpff
EducationHealthHistoryLawNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public AdministrationSociology Cultural PreservationEducation ReformHealth and WellnessIntergovernmental RelationsLaw and JusticeNatural ResourcesSovereignty The 23 federally recognized tribes of New Mexico
skwadi’lic, Board Feet, and the Cedar Tree

Kurt W. Russo, PhD
AnthropologyCommunicationsEnvironmental StudiesNative American StudiesPsychology Social Work and Sociology ActivismCultural PreservationEnvironmental JusticeIndian IdentityIntergovernmental RelationsLandNatural ResourcesRacism and PrejudiceSacred SitesTreaty Rights and Sovereignty Lummi
Using Virtual Reality to Empower Education, Protection and Restoration of Indigenous Waterways

Brian Footen
Environmental StudiesHistoryNative American Studies Cultural PreservationFish and WildlifeNatural Resources Coast Salish People of Puget SoundLower Elwha KlallamNisquallySquaxin Island
Your Tribal Land is Not Secure: Traditional Knowledge and Science Face Wildfire in the Valley of the Wild Roses

Linda Moon Stumpff, PhD
Environmental StudiesForestryLawPolitical Science and Public AdministrationPsychology Social Work and Sociology ActivismClimate ChangeCultural PreservationEnvironmental RestorationIndigenous ScienceLeadershipNatural Resources Santa Clara Pueblo