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The Native Waters on Arid Lands Podcast

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Enhancing climate resiliency on tribal lands

Latest Episodes

Episode 14: Tribal Climate Data Needs with Helen Fillmore

In Episode 14 of the Native Waters on Arid Lands podcast, we speak with Helen Fillmore about her research on the climate information and data needs of tribes as they prepare adaptation plans and actions related to climate change.

15 MIN3 weeks ago
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Episode 14: Tribal Climate Data Needs with Helen Fillmore

Episode 13: The Fourth National Climate Assessment with Dr. Loretta Singletary

In Episode 13 of the Native Waters on Arid Lands podcast, we speak with Dr. Loretta Singletary about her work on the Tribes and Indigenous Peoples chapter of the Fourth National Climate Assessment.

15 MINAPR 16
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Episode 13: The Fourth National Climate Assessment with Dr. Loretta Singletary

Episode 12: Tribal climate vulnerability assessments with Dr. Derek Kauneckis

In Episode 12of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Derek Kauneckis, Ph.D. about his work on tribal climate adaptation plans.

11 MINJAN 25
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Episode 12: Tribal climate vulnerability assessments with Dr. Derek Kauneckis

Episode 11: Tribal Water Sharing Agreements with Dr. Bonnie Colby

In Episode 11of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Bonnie Colby, Ph.D. about her work in the areas of economics and tribal water resources, and a new guidebook she is working on about tribal water sharing agreements.

11 MIN2018 JUL 31
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Episode 11: Tribal Water Sharing Agreements with Dr. Bonnie Colby

Episode 10: Educational opportunities in science with Steven Chischilly and Virgil Dupuis

11 MIN2018 FEB 2
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Episode 10: Educational opportunities in science with Steven Chischilly and Virgil Dupuis

Episode 9: The Tribal Summit with Vicki Hebb

In Episode 9of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Vicki Hebb about the upcoming 2017 Tribal Summit, and elements of effective outreach that are important to her in her work.

16 MIN2017 NOV 1
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Episode 9: The Tribal Summit with Vicki Hebb

Episode 8: Reconstructing the Paleo Past with Dr. Kyle Bocinsky

In Episode 8of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Dr. Kyle Bocinsky ofthe Desert Research Instituteabout his work as a computational archaeologist, and his role in the development of a decision support tool called SKOPE (Synthesizing Knowledge of Past Environments).

16 MIN2017 SEP 27
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Episode 8: Reconstructing the Paleo Past with Dr. Kyle Bocinsky

Episode 7: Climate Futures for the Southwest with Dr. Michael Dettinger

In Episode 7of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Dr. Michael Dettinger ofthe U.S. Geological Survey about the past, present and likely future of climate change in the Great Basin and American Southwest, and discuss a set of climate projections that he has prepared for tribal reservations located in the Native Waters study area.

32 MIN2017 AUG 10
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Episode 7: Climate Futures for the Southwest with Dr. Michael Dettinger

Episode 6: Tribal Extension Programs with Trent Teegerstrom

In Episode 6of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Trent Teegerstrom ofthe University of Arizonaabout his work in Tribal Extension Programs. Trent is the Associate Director of Tribal Extension Programs at the University of Arizona in Tucson, and an Agricultural and Resource Economics Extension Specialist.

9 MIN2017 JUL 6
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Episode 6: Tribal Extension Programs with Trent Teegerstrom

Episode 5: Economically Sustainable Agriculture with Dr. Kynda Curtis

In Episode 5of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Dr. Kynda Curtis ofUtah State University about her research on economically feasible adaptation options for agricultural producers under climate change scenarios in the Native Waters study area. Kynda is a Professor and Extension Economist in the Department of Applied Economics at Utah State University, and the state food and agricultural marketing specialist.

7 MIN2017 JUN 21
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Episode 5: Economically Sustainable Agriculture with Dr. Kynda Curtis
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Latest Episodes

Episode 14: Tribal Climate Data Needs with Helen Fillmore

In Episode 14 of the Native Waters on Arid Lands podcast, we speak with Helen Fillmore about her research on the climate information and data needs of tribes as they prepare adaptation plans and actions related to climate change.

15 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Episode 14: Tribal Climate Data Needs with Helen Fillmore

Episode 13: The Fourth National Climate Assessment with Dr. Loretta Singletary

In Episode 13 of the Native Waters on Arid Lands podcast, we speak with Dr. Loretta Singletary about her work on the Tribes and Indigenous Peoples chapter of the Fourth National Climate Assessment.

15 MINAPR 16
Comments
Episode 13: The Fourth National Climate Assessment with Dr. Loretta Singletary

Episode 12: Tribal climate vulnerability assessments with Dr. Derek Kauneckis

In Episode 12of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Derek Kauneckis, Ph.D. about his work on tribal climate adaptation plans.

11 MINJAN 25
Comments
Episode 12: Tribal climate vulnerability assessments with Dr. Derek Kauneckis

Episode 11: Tribal Water Sharing Agreements with Dr. Bonnie Colby

In Episode 11of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Bonnie Colby, Ph.D. about her work in the areas of economics and tribal water resources, and a new guidebook she is working on about tribal water sharing agreements.

11 MIN2018 JUL 31
Comments
Episode 11: Tribal Water Sharing Agreements with Dr. Bonnie Colby

Episode 10: Educational opportunities in science with Steven Chischilly and Virgil Dupuis

11 MIN2018 FEB 2
Comments
Episode 10: Educational opportunities in science with Steven Chischilly and Virgil Dupuis

Episode 9: The Tribal Summit with Vicki Hebb

In Episode 9of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Vicki Hebb about the upcoming 2017 Tribal Summit, and elements of effective outreach that are important to her in her work.

16 MIN2017 NOV 1
Comments
Episode 9: The Tribal Summit with Vicki Hebb

Episode 8: Reconstructing the Paleo Past with Dr. Kyle Bocinsky

In Episode 8of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Dr. Kyle Bocinsky ofthe Desert Research Instituteabout his work as a computational archaeologist, and his role in the development of a decision support tool called SKOPE (Synthesizing Knowledge of Past Environments).

16 MIN2017 SEP 27
Comments
Episode 8: Reconstructing the Paleo Past with Dr. Kyle Bocinsky

Episode 7: Climate Futures for the Southwest with Dr. Michael Dettinger

In Episode 7of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Dr. Michael Dettinger ofthe U.S. Geological Survey about the past, present and likely future of climate change in the Great Basin and American Southwest, and discuss a set of climate projections that he has prepared for tribal reservations located in the Native Waters study area.

32 MIN2017 AUG 10
Comments
Episode 7: Climate Futures for the Southwest with Dr. Michael Dettinger

Episode 6: Tribal Extension Programs with Trent Teegerstrom

In Episode 6of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Trent Teegerstrom ofthe University of Arizonaabout his work in Tribal Extension Programs. Trent is the Associate Director of Tribal Extension Programs at the University of Arizona in Tucson, and an Agricultural and Resource Economics Extension Specialist.

9 MIN2017 JUL 6
Comments
Episode 6: Tribal Extension Programs with Trent Teegerstrom

Episode 5: Economically Sustainable Agriculture with Dr. Kynda Curtis

In Episode 5of the Native Waters on Arid Landspodcast, wespeak with Dr. Kynda Curtis ofUtah State University about her research on economically feasible adaptation options for agricultural producers under climate change scenarios in the Native Waters study area. Kynda is a Professor and Extension Economist in the Department of Applied Economics at Utah State University, and the state food and agricultural marketing specialist.

7 MIN2017 JUN 21
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Episode 5: Economically Sustainable Agriculture with Dr. Kynda Curtis
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