Series: Hydrologic Science and Indigenous Voices

May 18 - June 22, 2022 / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT - Wednesday's


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Host(s)/Organizers(s)

Maribeth Kniffin, MS, PhD
Founder, Riverbytes, LLC, Research Affiliate, Department of Philosophy, University of California, Davis

In this series, indigenous leaders in water knowledge and hydrologic science explore how hydrological sciences are defined and who is included in that definition. Throughout the series, we explore how Native American people relate to water, what water issues are important for us to reflect on, how we can increase inclusivity in the hydrologic sciences community, and what challenges and opportunities we face as scientists and community members when finding resilient solutions to climate change.

Presentations from this Series

Hydrologic Science and Indigenous Voices - Water and the Bayou

Jun 22, 2022 / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT

In this series, indigenous leaders in water knowledge and hydrologic science explore how hydrological sciences are defined and who is included in that definition. Throughout the series, we explore how Native American people relate to water, what water issues are important for us to reflect on, how we can increase inclusivity in the hydrologic sciences community, and what challenges and opportunities we face as scientists and community members when finding resilient solutions to climate change.

Hydrologic Science and Indigenous Voices - Water Education at the Boundary

Jun 15, 2022 / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT

In this series, indigenous leaders in water knowledge and hydrologic science explore how hydrological sciences are defined and who is included in that definition. Throughout the series, we explore how Native American people relate to water, what water issues are important for us to reflect on, how we can increase inclusivity in the hydrologic sciences community, and what challenges and opportunities we face as scientists and community members when finding resilient solutions to climate change.

Hydrologic Science and Indigenous Voices - Water and Tribal Communities

Jun 8, 2022 / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT

In this series, indigenous leaders in water knowledge and hydrologic science explore how hydrological sciences are defined and who is included in that definition. Throughout the series, we explore how Native American people relate to water, what water issues are important for us to reflect on, how we can increase inclusivity in the hydrologic sciences community, and what challenges and opportunities we face as scientists and community members when finding resilient solutions to climate change.

Hydrologic Science and Indigenous Voices - Water Histories

May 25, 2022 / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT

In this series, indigenous leaders in water knowledge and hydrologic science explore how hydrological sciences are defined and who is included in that definition. Throughout the series, we explore how Native American people relate to water, what water issues are important for us to reflect on, how we can increase inclusivity in the hydrologic sciences community, and what challenges and opportunities we face as scientists and community members when finding resilient solutions to climate change.

Hydrologic Science and Indigenous Voices - Water is Life, Water in Language

May 18, 2022 / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT

In this series, indigenous leaders in water knowledge and hydrologic science explore how hydrological sciences are defined and who is included in that definition. Throughout the series, we explore how Native American people relate to water, what water issues are important for us to reflect on, how we can increase inclusivity in the hydrologic sciences community, and what challenges and opportunities we face as scientists and community members when finding resilient solutions to climate change.