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  • ANSC: Commissioners
    Education Secretary Deanna Kingston Teacher Member Jack Lorrigan Scientist Member Nirvana Ramos Student Advisor Sally Smith National Interests Member Viola Steptin Student Advisor Vacant Arctic Research Member Former ANSC Commission Members Dolores Dolly Garza Scientist Now Serves As ANSC Technical Advisor Richard Glenn Arctic Research Sven Haakanson Jr PH D Scientist Taqulik Hepa Arctic Research Paul John Elder Alice Petrivelli Elder Anne Walker Health Ex officio members of the Commission

    Original URL path: http://www.nativescience.org/about/commissioners.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • ANSC: History
    community to become actively involved in scientific research to become aware and informed of science investigating Native lives and environment and to ensure that when science is performed in Alaska it is with the knowledge cooperation and understanding of the Native community In October 1993 the Alaska Federation of Natives AFN passed a unanimous resolution at their annual convention to support the creation of an Alaska Native Science Commission During

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  • ANSC: Mission & Concerns
    scientific disciplines Ensure that Native people share in the economic benefits derived from their intellectual property Targeted areas of concern identified by the Native community include Environmental health and the causes of disease that are specific to Alaska Natives especially the types of cancers that are killing the young and non substance abusers Elements and conditions that contribute to the survival of Native cultures and societies and identification of major barriers to cultural survival Partnerships with agencies and researchers who have supported community involvement in research and work well with the Native communities Active community involvement in science and research which Inform communities of their rights regarding research done on their environment or people Establishes community research standards and protocols Establishes standard research reviews to address issues of local concern and cultural values Assures that scientists work with communities on the direction and design of research Channels communication of research results in a practical manner back to communities which are most impacted Helps scientists work directly with students who are interested in the classroom and at the research site to foster interest and involvement Promotes hire of local people to assist with research Prepares locally held knowledge of community resources

    Original URL path: http://www.nativescience.org/about/concerns.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • ANSC: Newsroom
    on Alaska Native Communities Arctic Forum 2004 The Arctic Research Consortium of the US ARCUS Fairbanks AK 2005 vol 2005 p 14 Published Pullar Gordon Abryutina Larisa Cochran Patricia Keskitalo Jan Henry Lantz Angie Special Panels Indigenous Needs and Arctic Social Science Making Meaningful Connections in a Time of Rapid Change A Special Plenary Panel Topics in Arctic Social Sciences 5 vol 5 2005 p 85 Published Merculieff Ilarion Community

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  • ANSC: Projects
    several interactive databases all databases allow researchers and communities to input additional data to keep them current including a database of NSF research projects being conducted in Alaska a community knowledge database for researchers and scientists conducting research in or around Alaska Native communities a community directory identifying local statewide and federally recognized Alaska Native agencies a database of Native subsistence projects being conducted around the nation The Native Knowledge website contains 7 years of data on Alaska Traditional Knowledge and Native Foods and provides contaminant data harvest data consumption data nutrition and community harvest descriptions Native knowledge network research on contaminants research based knowledge and Native concerns for each village in Alaska Published bi annual newsletters to scientists institutions and Alaska Native communities on a range of Alaska science and research related issues Presented at many major scientific and other forums on Alaska Native observations and concerns about contaminants and global climate change including the American Association for the Advancement of Science World Wilderness Congress HARC SEARCH Human Dimension of the Arctic System and Study of Environmental Arctic Change meetings AFN Leadership Summit Alaska Federation of Natives Annual Conventions Arctic Climate Impact Assessment ACIA Information meetings Partnering in Research Seminar Indigenous Knowledge Systems Symposia International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences ICASS Arctic Research Consortium of the U S Alaska Forum on the Environment American Fisheries Society annual meeting World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education NPR National Native News BBC radio and TV and local radio and TV stations Provided Alaska Native representation and participation in the Bering Sea Ecosystem Study program funded by the National Science Foundation Provided Alaska Native perspectives on Alaskan issues at a nationwide EPA regional directors planning meeting in 2004 Developed and taught a 500 level University of Alaska Anchorage graduate course on Alaska Native

    Original URL path: http://www.nativescience.org/about/projects.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • ANSC: Staff
    Demmert Spring 2004 Amber Jackinsky Summer 2002 Elmer Moonin Fall 2003 Spring 2004 Jenny Owens Fall 2004 Spring 2005 Michelle Parker Summer 2002 Aaron Peters Spring 2003 Fall 2003 Spring 2004 Fall 2004 Spring 2005 Jennifer Poindexter Fall 2003 Rebecca Prieto Summer 2002 Christina Salmon Fall 2003 Srping 2004 Fall 2005 Deserae Stellwag Fall 2002 Jason Totemoff Spring 2003 Martha Vlasoff Summer Fall 2002 Brianne Webber Fall 2004 Spring 2005

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  • Nat'l Subsistence Technical Workshop
    safety of subsistence foods and contaminant sources What are the primary issues and concerns What programs and resources exist What are the gaps in contaminant research In addition to a working document the technical meeting will produce a draft of a web based subsistence toolbox manual This toolbox will draft out a guide to assist Tribes in developing a course of action to respond to concerns about the safety of their subsistence foods Goals and Objectives A primary goal is to research and identify what has been done and what resources exist regarding contaminants This work will begin prior to the technical meeting Workshop participants will review the researched information and reports on programs that deal with the safety of subsistence foods and contaminants Gaps in research will be identified and summary results discussed at the 3 day technical meeting A three day technical meeting will be held in Anchorage Alaska on April 13 15 2003 Approximately 30 tribal representatives with experience in subsistence management projects technical experts and EPA agency representatives from across the United States and Canada will be invited to attend the technical meeting located at the Hilton Hotel in Anchorage Alaska This meeting will be documented through video as well as tape recording Technical representatives will share findings and exchange information regarding on going and planned research initiatives dealing with the safety of subsistence foods and contaminants The representatives will Discuss what the primary issues and concerns are from their areas of work Review information regarding programs and resources that already exist Exchange information on what has worked and has not worked in their or other communities Discuss what is known about testing and existing sources of contaminant testing Discuss appropriate methods for outreach and evaluation Identify gaps in information Develop workshop recommendations Technical representatives will

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  • Alaska Native Science Commission Homepage
    Source s Funding Amount Funding ID Number Principle investigator First Last Institute Department Address 1 Address 2 City State Zip Code Phone number Email Abstract 250 words or less Desired Outcome 250 words or less Target American Indian Tribes Target Alaska Tribes EPA Regions You will need to select additional subcategories belonging to each of the categories you selected from the previous page If you need to change any of

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