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Paths forward: Engaging Indigenous science and knowledge

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666Biocultural values of groundwater dependent ecosystems and associated limu (Hawaiian macroalgae) in Kona, Hawai‘iPaths forward: Engaging Indigenous science and knowledgeGibson, Veronica; Bremer, Leah L.; Burnett, Kimberly M.; Lui, Nicole Keakaonaali'i; Smith, Celia.social ecological systems
submarine groundwater discharge
ecosystem services
Traditional Ecological Knowledge
Indigenous aquaculture
Anchialine pools
Indigenous management systems
Ecomimicry
macroalgae
1065Decolonizing Ethnobotany in the Classroom - A Complex, Yet Highly Rewarding UndertakingPaths forward: Engaging Indigenous science and knowledgeStrecker, Lisa.Alaska
decolonizing
Undergraduate teaching
culturally relevant instruction
experiential learning
674Indigenous representation in pedagogy: my journey in place-based learning, DEI, and self-reflectionPaths forward: Engaging Indigenous science and knowledgeSmith, Selena.Undergraduate teaching
representation
Diversity
999Reckoning With The Past For Building An Inclusive BotanyPaths forward: Engaging Indigenous science and knowledgeAbrahams, Richard; Mabry, Makenzie; Mabry, Makenzie; Caomhanach, Nuala; Gaynor, Michelle; Pham, Kasey; Williams, Tanisha; Murphy, Kaitlyn A.; Smocovitis, Vassiliki Betty; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.History
Ethics
Taxonomy 
BIPOC
Colonialism
Systemic racism
744We have always been scientists: erasure of Indigenous peoples’ scientific knowledge production in Rupert’s LandPaths forward: Engaging Indigenous science and knowledgeRacine, Darrell; Klymiuk, Az.History
Indigenous Peoples
Education
representation

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