Krupnik, Igor

SIKU: Knowing Our Ice

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Table of contents

1. SIKU: International Polar Year Project #166 (An Overview)
Igor Krupnik, Claudio Aporta, Gita J. Laidler

Weather Variability and Changing Sea Ice Use in Qeqertaq, West Greenland, 19872008

Pierre Taverniers

3. Mapping Inuit Sea Ice Knowledge, Use, and Change in Nunavut, Canada (Cape Dorset, Igloolik, Pangnirtung)
Gita J. Laidler, Pootoogoo Elee, Theo Ikummaq, Eric Joamie, Claudio Aporta

4. “It’s Cold, but Not Cold Enough”: Observing Ice and Climate Change in Gambell, Alaska, in IPY 2007–2008 and Beyond
Igor Krupnik, Leonard Apangalook, Paul Apangalook

5. Sea Ice Distribution and Ice Use by Indigenous Walrus Hunters on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska
Marie-Luise Kapsch, Hajo Eicken, Martin Robards

6. Sila-Inuk: Study of the Impacts of Climate Change in Greenland
Lene Kielsen Holm

7. The Sea, the Land, the Coast, and the Winds: Understanding Inuit Sea Ice Use in Context
Claudio Aporta

8. The Igliniit Project: Combining Inuit Knowledge and Geomatics Engineering to Develop a New Observation Tool for Hunters
Shari Gearheard, Gary Aipellee, Kyle O’Keefe

9. Assessing the Shorefast Ice: Iñupiat Whaling Trails off Barrow, Alaska
Matthew L. Druckenmiller, Hajo Eicken, John C. George, Lewis Brower

10. Creating an Online Cybercartographic Atlas of Inuit Sea Ice Knowledge and Use
Peter L. Pulsifer, Gita J. Laidler, D.R. Fraser Taylor, Amos Hayes

11. The Power of Multiple Perspectives: Behind the Scenes of the Siku–Inuit–Hila Project
Henry P. Huntington, Shari Gearheard, Lene Kielsen Holm

12. Knowings About Sigu: Kigiqtaamiut Hunting as an Experiential Pedagogy
Josh Wisniewski

13. The Ice Is Always Changing: Yup’ik Understandings of Sea Ice, Past and Present
Ann Fienup-Riordan, Alice Rearden

Qanuq Ilitaavut:
“How We Learned What We Know” (Wales Inupiaq Sea Ice Dictionary)

Igor Krupnik, Winton (Utuktaaq) Weyapuk

15. Indigenous Knowledge and Sea Ice Science: What Can We Learn from Indigenous Ice Users?
Hajo Eicken

16. Franz Boas and Inuktitut Terminology for Ice and Snow: From the Emergence of the Field to the “Great Eskimo Vocabulary Hoax”
Igor Krupnik, Ludger Müller-Wille

17. Inuit Sea Ice Terminology in Nunavut and Nunatsiavut
Alana Johns

18. Two Greenlandic Sea Ice Lists and Some Considerations Regarding Inuit Sea Ice Terms
Nicole Tersis, Pierre Taverniers

19. Partnerships in Policy: What Lessons Can We Learn from IPY SIKU?
Anne Henshaw

20. Epilogue: The Humanism of Sea Ice
Michael T. Bravo

Keywords: Social Sciences, Anthropology, Human Geography, Climate Change, Geography (general), Linguistic Anthropology

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