Sharing traditional knowledge, Inupiat hunters advance whale science
U.S. · TECH
August 7, 20228 min read1664 words
Published: August 7, 2022  |  8 min read1664 words
UTQIAĠVIK ― Observing how bowhead whales move underwater is a tricky task.You need to place a tag on the smooth skin of a massive animal that only briefly rises to the surface. Attach it too low, and the satellite connection is weak. Approach it too conspicuously, and the whale w...
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Aug 20
Fascinanting and well constructed article presenting the intricacies surrounding bowhead whale's social and behaviour constructs, as well as their meaning to both scientists and the native population of Inupiat, who collaborated to build a network of information. The article is chock full of sources and quotes, explanations and facts, woven through elegantly and succinctly.
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