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Summer Scholars 2011 Curriculum & Activities:

Navajo Botany & Geology Presentation by Arnold Clifford
Arnold Clifford discussed the impacts of climate change on local plants and geology, the role of vegetation in sand dunes stabilization, and the role of traditional ecological knowledge in climate change. Arnold is a member of the Dine' (Navajo) Tribe, a native of Beclahbito, NM and the Carrizo Mountain Range. His expertise is in the flora of the Navajo Nation, particularly that of the Four Corners Region.



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Last updated: September 9, 2011

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