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The Map to Gambell

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30 May 2019

207 ḵing gan

 A short film about how much we revere what elders can share. I call it "The Map to Gambell." It's a part of a longer project called "Sound and the Hunter, Sivuqaq" which explores what Siberian Yupik people are experiencing in the Bering Sea - challenges and adaptation to the challenges, and changes from sound increases due to industry and ship noise.

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1m 28s

Ts’ahlgid:

elders, Gambell, Noise, ship noise, Siberian Yupik, Sivuqaq, St. Lawrence Island

Ḵwaan sda: ArcticWCS

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      The Map to Gambell

      uploaded by: ArcticWCS

      channel: ArcticWCS

       A short film about how much we revere what elders can share. I call it "The Map to Gambell." It's a part of a longer project called "Sound and the Hunter, Sivuqaq" which explores what Siberian Yupik people are experiencing in the Bering Sea - challenges and adaptation to the challenges, and changes from sound increases due to industry and ship noise.

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