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Friday, May 19 • 9:00am - 10:00am
E-06: The Power in Traditional Knowledge

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Fostering Resilience and Adaptation to Drought in the High Plains: Ethically Engaging Communities Throughout the Research Process
Jacqueline Vadjunec* - Oklahoma State University/ Department of Geography; Todd Fagin - Oklahoma Biological Survey; Nicole Colston - Oklahoma State University, Department of Geography

The Transformative Capacity of Citizen Science to Empower and Enable Agro-pastoral Communities to Adapt Their Governance of Natural Resource in the Remote Tianshan Mountains in Central Asia
Mark Foggin*, Altyn Kapalova, Lira Sagynbekova,  Azamat Azarov*, Evgenii Shibkov, Aline Rosset, Jangyl Ismailova, Samat Kalmuratov, Christian Hergarten - Mountain Societies Research Institute, University of Central Asia

Why We Lose Traditional Ecological Knowledge and How Citizen Science Can Help Us Rebuild Our Knowledge Banks
Madhusudan Katti - North Carolina State University

Learning to Work with Nature: Designing for a Shared Intelligence on Fundamental Processes Such as Soil Function
Peter Donovan - Soil Carbon Coalition


Friday May 19, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am
Meeting Rooms 13, 14 & 15

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