2017 Preliminary Program

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Session: Plenary Session: Elder Talks & Welcome
Thursday, 11 May 2017 -
8:30am to 10:00am

Amphithéâter Henry-Teuscher
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
8:30am
Deer
, Kanahsohon Kevin
Opening and Welcome
8:50am
Simon
, Serge
Grand Chief of Kanesatake Serge Simon will speak
9:10am
Winters
, Nellie
Elder Nellie Winters speaks on the importance of home
9:30am
Evans
, Annie
Elder Annie Evans speaks on connections to family places
Session: Birds, Plants and Other People: Ecological and Cultural Relationships Across Species Boundaries, Part I
Thursday, 11 May 2017 -
10:30am to 12:00pm

Biodiversity Center, B104
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
10:30am
Hecht
, David - University of Georgia (UGA), International Society of Ethnobiology (ISE)
A Kingdom of Deities: Spiritual Landscapes, Protected Areas, and the Role of Conservation Mapping in Bhutan
10:45am
Vásquez-Dávila
, Marco Antonio - Instituto Tecnológico del Valle de Oaxaca
Jiménez-Díaz
, Juan Elmar
Allende-Nazario
, Reyna
Avian Metamorphosis: Birds, Humans and Deities in Mesoamerican Mythology
11:00am
Herron
, Scott - Ferris State University
Bineseewug: The relationship of thunderbeings and thunderbirds to the Anishinaabek Great Lakes Native American people
11:15am
Whaanga
, Hemi - Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies, University of Waikato
Scofield
, Paul - Canterbury Museum, New Zealand
Wehi
, Priscilla - Landcare Research Manaaki Whenua
Roa
, Tom - Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies, University of Waikato
Indigenous methods of naming avifauna and its relevance in biodiversity reporting, monitoring and mapping
Session: Engaging Communities & Ethics in Context: The Process of Initiating Ethnobiological Fieldwork, Part I
Thursday, 11 May 2017 -
10:30am to 12:00pm

Biodiversity Center, B106
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
10:30am
Flores
, Fabio - Centro Peninsular en Humanidades y en Ciencias Sociales, UNAM
Towards a respectful ethnoarchaeological practice: zoo archaeological materials and biocultural heritage.
10:45am
Desrosiers
, Sarah - University of British Columbia
Henry
, Greg - Univeristy of British Columbia
Student
, Participants - Kugluktuk High School, Nunavut
The Berry Project – Insight on conducting research in the Canadian Arctic
11:00am
Medinaceli
, Armando - Latin American Society of Ethnobiology
Taking an early first step for ethnobiological fieldwork
11:15am
Shebitz
, Daniela - Kean University
Oviedo
, Angela - Kean University
Field
, Dr. Patrick
Indigenous Knowledge and the Search for Plant Medicine: A Teaching Case Study Involving Prior Informed Consent with the Maya ICBG
11:30am
Fowler
, Cynthia - Wofford
Initiating Research on Igniting Fires in the Blue Ridge Mountains during the Autumn 2016 Conflagration
Session: Historical Ecology & Ethnoecology, Part I
Thursday, 11 May 2017 -
10:30am to 12:00pm

IRBV Classroom, B352
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
10:30am
Smith
, Nicole - Hakai Institute
Augustine
, Skye - Parks Canada
Holmes
, Keith - Hakai Institute
Lepofsky
, Dana - Simon Fraser University
Neudorf
, Chrissy - University of the Fraser Valley
Puckett
, Misha - Simon Fraser University
Roberts
, Christine - Wei Wai Kum First Nation, Hakai Institute
Rowell
, Kirsten - University of Colorado
Salomon
, Anne - Simon Fraser University
Salter
, Natasha - Simon Fraser University
Toniello
, Ginevra - Simon Fraser University
Wilson
, Louie - We Wai Kum First Nation, Hakai Institute
Ancient Mariculture in British Columbia: Documenting the Past for the Future, Part 2.
10:45am
Armstrong
, Chelsey Geralda - Simon Fraser University
McAlvay
, Alex - University Wisconsin, Madison
Miller
, Jesse - University of California-Davis
Lepofsky
, Dana - Simon Fraser University
Turner
, Nancy J. - University of Victoria
Biodiversity and Functional Traits Reflect Indigenous Forest Gardens in the Pacific Northwest
11:00am
Oberndorfer
, Erica - Labrador Institute
Forgotten fires? A people’s history of fire in Labrador
11:15am
Savo
, Valentina - Simon Fraser University
Lepofsky
, Dana - Simon Fraser University
Waterfall
, Pauline - Community of Bella Bella
Community of Bella Bella
, Heiltsuk - Community of Bella Bella
Observations of climate change in the Heiltsuk territory (British Columbia, Canada)
11:30am
Eloheimo
, Marja - The Evergreen State College
Suomalaiset Marjat (Finnish Berries): A Role for Heritage in Cultivating Ecocultural Relationality
11:45am
Arias-Bustamante
, José - University of British Columbia
Learning from the experts: A case study of adaptation to change in the context of Mapuche People
Session: Ethnomedicines, Part I
Thursday, 11 May 2017 -
1:00pm to 2:30pm

Biodiversity Center, B104
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
1:15pm
Stiegler
, Christopher - University of Arkansas
Gastrointestinal Health as a Stimulus for Native American Attraction to Medicinal Asteraceae and Further Implications for Human Evolution.
1:30pm
Cannon
, Carrie - Hualapai Tribe
Grand Foods of the Grand Canyon; A Nutritional Analysis of Traditional Food Plants of the Hualapai Tribe
1:45pm
Teixidor-Toneu
, Irene - University of Reading
Martin
, Gary J. - Global Diversity Foundation
Puri
, Rajindra K. - University of Kent
Ouhammou
, Ahmed - Université Cadi Ayyad
Hawkins
, Julie A. - University of Reading
The practice of frigg: sociocultural changes affect traditional treatments in southern Morocco
2:00pm
Tareau
, Marc-Alexandre - UMR LEEISA (Université de Guyane/CNRS)
Dejouhanet
, Lucie - AIHP-GEODE (Université des Antilles)
Palisse
, Marianne - UMR LEEISA (Université de Guyane)
Odonne
, Guillaume - UMR LEEISA (CNRS)
Phyto-Pharmacopoeias in Motion: An Ethnobotanical Approach to Geographical and Cultural Circulations on the French Guiana coastal region.
Session: Role of Ethnobiological Traditional Knowledge in Conservation of Biodiversity
Thursday, 11 May 2017 -
1:00pm to 2:30pm

Amphithéâter Henry-Teuscher
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
1:00pm
Puri
, Rajindra - Centre for Biocultural Diversity, University of Kent
Ethnobiology and human adaptation to biodiversity change: concepts and methods applied to a study of herder responses to Lantana camara L.
1:15pm
Molnár
, Zsolt - MTA Centre for Ecological Research, Hungary
Babai
, Daniel - MTA Centre for the Humanities
Biró
, Marianna - MTA Centre for Ecological Research
Kis
, József - Fábiánsebestyén
Máté
, János - Tatárszentgyörgy
Varga
, Anna - MTA Centre for Ecological Research, Hungary
Herders, farmers, conservationists and ecologists working together for better grassland management in Hungary
1:30pm
Linares
, Edelmira - Institute of Biology, National Autonomous University of Mexico
Bye
, Robert - Institute of Biology, National Autonomous University of Mexico
Mera
, Luz María - Institute of Biology, National Autonomous University of Mexico
Documentation of traditional foods and agrobiodiversity of the Rarámuri (Chihuahua, Mexico) by means of videos: pinole and esquiate derived from maize (Zea mays)
1:45pm
Orozco
, Jessica - Hualapai Tribe Department of Natural Resources
Post-Fire Monitoring on the Hualapai Reservation, Peach Springs, Arizona
2:00pm
Smith
, Tyler - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Oberndorfer
, Erica - Labrador Institute
“What our ancestors planted, it’s good to bring here”: Retracing the shared travels of rhubarb and Inuit in Labrador
Session: Solidarity, Allyship, & Justice in an "Applied" Ethnobiology, Part I
Thursday, 11 May 2017 -
1:00pm to 2:30pm

Biodiversity Center, B106
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
1:00pm
Blazina
, Ashley - University of Washington
Whitewashed Time: How Academic Calendars and Funding Duration Affect Meaningful Cultural Work and Exchange
1:15pm
Emshwiller
, Eve - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Moscoe
, Lauren
Blas
, Raul - Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina
Making research findings relevant and accessible in the communities where we work: our experience creating agrobiodiversity catalogs in the Peruvian Andes
1:30pm
Reo
, Nicholas - Dartmouth College
Fox
, Coleen A.
Turner
, Dale A.
Cook
, JoAnne
Dituri
, Frank
Fessell
, Brett
Jenkins
, James
Johnson
, Aimee
Rakena
, Terina M.
Riley
, Chris
Turner
, Ashleigh
Williams
, Julian
Williams
, Mark
The Indigenous Confluence Project
1:45pm
Hunn
, Eugene S. - University of Washington
Place Names as Moral Deeds to Traditional Homelands
2:00pm
Sault
, Nicole - Sally Glean Center
How Condors Led Me to Mining and Water Issues: Walking in Solidarity with Latin American Communities
Session: Zooarcheaology
Thursday, 11 May 2017 -
1:00pm to 2:30pm

IRBV Classroom, B352
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
1:00pm
Wolverton
, Steve - University of North Texas, Department of Geography & the Environment
Otaola
, Clara - Instituto Multidisciplinario de Historia y Ciencias Humanas, Buenos Aires
Giardina
, Miguel - Museo de Historia Natural de San Rafael, Mendoza, Argentina
Neme
, Gustavo - Museo de Historia Natural de San Rafael, Mendoza, Argentina
Gil
, Adolfo - Museo de Historia Natural de San Rafael, Mendoza, Argentina
Encountering Contemporary Pastoralism via Zooarchaeology: New Data from the Argentine Andes
1:15pm
Main Johnson
, Leslie - Athabasca University
Benditt
, Riva - Athabasca University
Plants, Land and Language–Gwich’in Elders’ Perspectives on Traditional Living and well-being
1:45pm
Grindle
, Dalyn - University of Wyoming
Rita
, Austin - University of Oklahoma
Hofman
, Courtney - Unversity of Oklahoma
Rick
, Torben - National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
Zooarchaeology of the Native American Sturgeon Fishery in Coastal Oregon, 350 BC to AD 1150
2:00pm
Forth
, Gregory - Dept of Anthropology, University of Alberta
Humans and dugongs in eastern Indonesia
Session: Archaeobotany
Thursday, 11 May 2017 -
3:00pm to 4:30pm

IRBV Classroom, B352
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
3:00pm
Mueller
, Natalie - Washington University in St. Louis
Agricultural Communities and the Rise of Cahokia: Evidence from Seeds
3:15pm
Mathews
, Darcy - University of Victoria
Savannahs of Living Fuel: The Coast Salish Management of Douglas-fir Bark Fuel
3:30pm
Goldfield
, Anna - Boston University
Wroth
, Kristen - Boston University
Using Nutritional Ecology and Energetic Modeling to Reexamine the Role of Plants in Neanderthal Diet in Southwest France
Session: Community Dynamics, Identity, and Natural Resources
Thursday, 11 May 2017 -
3:00pm to 4:30pm

Biodiversity Center, B106
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
3:00pm
Olofsson
, Ebba - Champlain Regional College/Concordia University
Gender Inequality in Swedish Legislation of Sámi Reindeer Herding.
3:15pm
Thiel
, Amanda - Washington State University
Q'eqchi' Maya Home Gardens
3:30pm
O'Sullivan
, Megan
Gullah Roots of Southern Cuisine
3:30pm
Stepp
, John Richard - University of Florida
Towards An Ethnobiological Theory of Biodiversity and Sociolinguistic Diversity
3:45pm
Montanari
, Bernadette - School of Earth, Society and Environment, University of Illinois, Champaign
Shifting priorities for the inclusion of rural women in the initiatives of the Green Moroccan Plan
4:00pm
Nazarea
, Virginia - University of Georgia
Tasting Love and Legacy
Session: Ethnobotany, Part I
Thursday, 11 May 2017 -
3:00pm to 4:30pm

Amphithéâter Henry-Teuscher
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
3:00pm
Best
, Sunshine - Tulane University
Ethnobotanical Networks Thru Community Gardens
3:15pm
Garineaud
, Clément - Muséum national d'histoire naturelle de Paris
Ethnoecology during crisis: adaptation of seaweed harvester's knowledge and practices
3:30pm
Heckelsmiller
, Cynthiann - Washington State University
Exploring the children's domain of edible plant knowledge in a Maasai village
3:45pm
Howe
, Nimachia
Pierotti
, Raymond - University of Kansas
Naapi and Niche Construction: Traditional stories discuss how organisms direct the shaping of their environments
4:00pm
Flachs
, Andrew - Heidelberg University
Squeezing Agrobiodiversity: Herbicides and High Density Cropping on GM Cotton Fields in Telangana, India
Session: Food & Water Sovereignty
Thursday, 11 May 2017 -
3:00pm to 4:30pm

Biodiversity Center, B104
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
3:00pm
Dolan
, Jessica - McGill University
Our Sustenance, the plants, and the trees: cultural persistence wild and heirloom food species in Haudenosaunee communities
3:15pm
Monterrubio Solís
, Constanza - UNAM, Becaria del Programa de Becas Post doctorales UNAM-CIMSUR
Bringing joy back to the table: food traditions’ dynamics in two different regions of Chiapas, Mexico.
3:30pm
Dixon
, Anna - USF St. Petersburg
Coontie: From Staff of Life to Threatened Species in Florida
3:45pm
Salick
, Jan - Missouri Botanical Garden
Narragansett Food Sovereignty Initiative and Climate Change
4:00pm
Mt.Pleasant
, Jane - Cornell University
Indigenous Food Sovereignty Requires Diversity and Radical Natural Resource Management
Session: Birds, Plants and Other People: Ecological and Cultural Relationships Across Species Boundaries, Part II
Friday, 12 May 2017 -
8:30am to 10:00am

Biodiversity Center, B104
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
8:30am
Park
, Karen - University of Pittsburgh
Might a Flight of Swallows a Covey of Concerned Characters Beget?
8:45am
Ignace
, Marianne - Simon Fraser University
Ignace
, Ronald - Simon Fraser University and Skeetchestn Indian Band
Secwepemc Loons as Symbols of Power and Transformation
9:00am
Sault
, Nicole - Sally Glean Center
Vulture and Condor Bringing Seeds: Relationships Embodied Through Oral Traditions in Costa Rica and the Andean Altiplano
Session: Ethnobotany, Part II
Friday, 12 May 2017 -
8:30am to 10:00am

Amphithéâter Henry-Teuscher
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
8:30am
Antonio
, Thomas - Institute of American Indian Arts
Indigenous Biotechnology/Corn Nixtamalization
8:45am
Gagnon
, Terese - Syracuse University
Seed Memory/Body Memory: The (Re)production of Karen More-Than-Human Culture Across Borders
9:00am
MBUGUA
, PAUL - Member of Society of Economic Botany, Kenya Chapter
THE SANSEVIERIAS ETHNOBOTANY
9:15am
Sato
, Yasuaki - Osaka Sangyo University, Japan
Social Aspects of the Maintenance of Banana Landrace Diversity in Central Uganda
9:30am
Bisulca
, Christina - Detroit Institute of Arts
Mori
, Chika - Arthur M. Sackler and Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution
Pool
, Marilen - Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona
Odegaard
, Nancy - Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona
Dye Components in Insect Lac (Shellac) of the American Southwest
Session: Historical Ecology & Ethnoecology, Part II
Friday, 12 May 2017 -
8:30am to 10:00am

Biodiversity Center, André-Bouchard Room
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
8:30am
Greening
, Spencer - Gitga'at First Nation
Lepofksy
, Dana - Simon Fraser University
Letham
, Bryn - University of British Columbia
Turner
, Nancy - University of Victoria
Historical Ecology of Laxgalts’ap – Remembering Indigenous Knowledge in a Gitga’at Cultural Keystone Place
8:45am
Toniello
, Ginevra - Simon Fraser University, Hakai Institute
Lepofsky
, Dana - Simon Fraser University, Hakai Institute
Rowell
, Kirsten - University of Colorado
The Ecological and Cultural Effects of Clam Gardens on Northern Quadra Island, British Columbia
9:00am
Zeng
, Lily - Yale University
Regeneration as a Socioecological Process in Sacred Groves of Xishuangbanna, Southwest China
9:15am
Lullfitz
, Alison - University of Western Australia
Pettersen
, Carol - Menang Noongar Elder
Reynolds
, Ron (Doc) - Esperance Nyungar Elder
Dortch
, Joe - University of Western Australia
Guilfoyle
, David - Applied Archaeology International
Hopper
, Stephen - University of Western Australia
Eades
, Aden - Menang Noongar Elder
Dean
, Averil - Menang Noongar Elder
Knapp
, Lynette - Menang Noongar Elder
Yorkshire-Selby
, Gail - Esperance Nyungar Elder
Woods
, Eliza - Menang Noongar Elder
Woods
, Treasy - Menang Noongar Elder
Eades
, Eugene - Menang Noongar Elder
The Noongar of south western Australia: a case study of long-term biodiversity conservation in old, fragile landscapes
9:30am
Hagwood
, Austin - University of Cambridge
Seeing REDD: The Political Ecology of Logging in Papua New Guinea
Session: Stewardship & Education
Friday, 12 May 2017 -
8:30am to 10:00am

Biodiversity Center, B106
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
8:30am
Anderson
, E. N. - University of California, Riverside
Conservation Ideology Revisited: Northwest Coast Myths that Teach Environmental Care
8:45am
Tom
, Whitley - Southern Utah University Student
Montoya
, Nancy - Cedar Breaks National Monument Lead Interpretive Ranger
Sewings
, Daphne - Cedar Breaks National Monument Cheif of Education and Partnership
The Stories of the Past: Creating a relationship with the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah and Cedar Breaks National Monument to help preserve cultural history
9:00am
Paul
, Andrew - Karen Environmental and Social Action Network
Ethnoecology for Peace: Karen Environmental Relations and the Salween Peace Park in Karen State, Burma
9:15am
Lepofsky
, Dana - Simon Fraser University, Hakai Institute
Carpenter
, Jennifer - Heiltsuk Integrated Resource Management Dept (HIMRD)
Wunsch
, Mark - Greencoast media
Turner
, Nancy - University of Victoria, Hakai Institute
Jackley
, Julia - Simon Fraser University, Hakai Institute
Exploring Hauyat: A Cultural Keystone Place of the Heiltsuk, British Columbia, Canada
9:30am
Walshaw
, Sarah - Senior Instructor, Department of History, Simon Fraser University.
Teaching Food History Against the Grain
Session: Engaging Communities & Ethics in Context: The Process of Initiating Ethnobiological Fieldwork, Part II
Friday, 12 May 2017 -
10:30am to 12:00pm

Biodiversity Center, André-Bouchard Room
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
10:30am
McCune
, Letitia - BotanyDoc, LLC
Academic Societies, Ethnobiology and Ethics Codes
10:45am
Porter
, Caitlin - Saint Mary's University, Ecology of Plants in Communities lab
Oberndorfer
, Erica - Labrador Institute
Lundholm
, Jeremy - Saint Mary's University, Ecology of Plants in Communities lab
Barrens in Nova Scotia: Biodiversity, Long-term Dynamics, Plants and People
11:00am
Ferenczi
, Natasha-Kim - SFU
Composing Plant Agents: Configuring Conservation Around People and Plant Relationships
11:15am
Davy
, Damien - UMR LEEISA (CNRS)
Panapuy
, James - PAG (Amazonian National Park/Parc Amazonien de Guyane)
Odonne
, Guillaume - UMR LEEISA (CNRS)
Tackling the challenges of the implementation of ABS procedures in France: the case of Teko ethnobotany in French Guiana.
Session: Ethnomedicines, Part II
Friday, 12 May 2017 -
10:30am to 12:00pm

Biodiversity Center, B104
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
10:30am
Musch
, Tilman - University of Bayreuth (Germany)
Herbal medicine for Naja nigricollis bites in Western Niger: Symptomatic treatments and possible antidotes.
11:00am
Gardener
, Erica
Narcotics, Empire, and the Marijuana Frontier
11:15am
Bye
, Robert - Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Linares
, Edelmira - Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Carrillo
, Guadalupe - Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Toronjil medicinal plant complex: ethnobotany and domestication of Agastache (Lamiaceae) in Mexico
Session: Solidarity, Allyship, & Justice in an "Applied" Ethnobiology, Part II
Friday, 12 May 2017 -
10:30am to 12:00pm

Biodiversity Center, B106
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
10:30am
Baker
, Janelle - McGill University; Athabasca University
For Profit or Print: Reflecting on How to be a Useful Ethnobiologist
10:45am
McAlvay
, Alex - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Barriers, resources, questions: Moving forward as an advocate-academic
11:00am
Fowler
, Catherine S. - University of Nevada
Applied Ethnobiology, Advocacy and the Timbisha Shoshone Tribe of Death Valley, California
11:15am
Armstrong
, Chelsey Geralda - Simon Fraser University
A Cartography of Struggle: Cultural Landscapes and Contested Archaeology in Northwest British Columbia
11:30am
Rapinski
, Michel - Université de Montréal and Université de Guyane
Sit
, Vanessa - Université de Montréal
Ouellet
, Caroline - Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
Lamothe
, Lise - Université de Montréal
Saïas
, Thomas - Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
Haddad
, Pierre - Université de Montréal
Davy
, Damien - Centre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)
Cuerrier
, Alain - Université de Montréal
Representation of traditional medicine between community members and healthcare providers in Quebec’s First Nations communities.
Session: The IPBES Global Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystems Services: Calling upon the contribution of Ethnobiology
Friday, 12 May 2017 -
10:30am to 12:00pm

Amphithéâter Henry-Teuscher
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
10:30am
Molnár
, Zsolt - MTA Centre for Ecological Research, Hungary
Zayas
, Cynthia Neri - Center for International Studies, University of the Philippines, Diliman
A new global biodiversity and ecosystems services assessment: what do ethnobiologists and traditional knowledge holders could benefit from it?
10:45am
Bond
, Matthew - University of Hawai'i
Anderson
, Barbara J - Landcare Research Manaaki Whenua
Wehi
, Priscilla - Landcare Research Manaaki Whenua
Incorporating biocultural relationships into climate change modeling
11:00am
Ulicsni
, Viktor - Department of Ecology, University of Szeged, Hungary
Babai
, Dániel - MTA Research Centre for the Humanities, Institute of Ethnology, Hungary
Vadász
, Csaba - Kiskunság National Park, Hungary
Báldi
, András - MTA Centre for Ecological Research, Hungary
Molnár
, Zsolt - MTA Centre for Ecological Research, Hungary
Traditional ecological knowledge of wild animals: an underestimated opportunity for knowledge co-production for biodiversity assessments and conservation
11:15am
White
, John - Tulane
Crop Wild Relative Conservation In Situ: The Ethics and Benefits of Local Indigenous Knowledge
11:30am
Brondizio
, Eduardo - Indiana University - Bloomington
Diaz
, Sandra - Universidad Nacional de Córdoba - Argentina
Settele
, Josef - Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ - Germany
Members of the IPBES Secretariat, ILK Task Force, ILK GA Liaison group
, Various - Intergovernmental S-P Platform on Biodiversity & Ecosystem Services (IPBES)
Operationalizing Indigenous and Local Knowledge and Practices (ILK) in the Global Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services of IPBES
Session: Poster Session
Friday, 12 May 2017 -
1:00pm to 2:00pm

IRBV Classroom, B352
Time Author(s) Abstract Title
1:00pm
Johnson
, Emily S. - Boston University
Marston
, John M. - Boston University
Elite Feasting and Monumental Dedication at Early Phrygian Gordion, Central Turkey
1:00pm
Quinlan
, M.B. - Washington State University
Quinlan
, R.J. - Washington State University
Caudell
, M.A. - Washington State University
Matthews
, L. - University of Glasgow
Roulette
, C.J. - San Diego State University
Roulette
, J.W. - Washington State University
Call
, D.R. - Washington State University
Ethnobiology of East African Animal Medication and Antibiotic Resistance among Maasai, Arusha and Chagga People and their Animals
1:00pm
Witeck
, Kayla
Ethnobotanical and economic importance of the genus Passiflora
1:00pm
Ruggiero
, Juliet - University of the Virgin Islands
Wyllie-Echeverria
, Sandy - University of Washington
Ethnobotanical Pedagogy for Undergraduates: An example from the University of the Virgin Islands
1:00pm
Arbogast
, Drew - The Ohio State University
Arnold
, Julia - The Ohio State University
Buffington
, Abigail - The Ohio State
Weiland
, Andrew - The Ohio State University
How Mobile are Phytoliths in the Laboratory? An Examination of Cross-Contamination during the Extraction Process
1:00pm
O'Sullivan
, Megan - Southern Utah University
Olson
, Liz - Southern Utah University
Gines
, Madeline - Southern Utah University
Lamers
, Hannelore - Southern Utah University
Ludlow
, Sara - Southern Utah University
Karpinski
, Christina - Southern Utah University
Rose
, Grace - Southern Utah University
Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors of Food and Nutrition for Elementary Aged Children in Iron County, Utah
1:00pm
Wright
, Roy - Concordia University, Montreal
Northeastern Algonquian and Iroquoian conifer taxonomy
1:00pm
Wade
, Kali - Boston University
Shillito
, Lisa-Marie - University of Edinburgh
Bonsall
, Clive - University of Edinburgh
Phytolith Analysis of Cumbria’s Prehistoric Populations
1:00pm
Kachko
, Liza - Independent Researcher
Dardar
, Theresa - Pointe au Chien Indian Tribe
Revitalizing Traditional Plant Knowledge in Coastal Louisiana: Pointe au Chien Indian Tribe Medicinal Plant Garden Project
1:00pm
Cannon
, Carrie - Hualapai Tribe
TEK and Vegetation Restoration in Wesetern Grand Canyon
1:00pm
Hamersley Chambers
, Fiona - University of Victoria
The 'Lost' Gardens: Heiltsuk cultivation of berry resources on British Columbia's central coast