Arctic Research Commission Project (2000)

Carl Hild, MS

 

The Arctic Research Commission (ARC) awarded $5,000 for the FY 2000 to complete the following report: "How traditional knowledge can and may be used in research." This contract runs annually based on federal fiscal support to the ARC.

 

The goal of this project was to promote coordination and collaboration in Arctic Health Science Research. ICHS was responsible for tracking and reporting to the Commission the following:

 

  • Current Arctic Health Science Research activities in the US.
  • Current research on the environmental health of the Bering Sea and how it relates to communities in the region.