#36 Ancient Evidence Protecting Living Heritage: The Kelp Ecosystem of the PNW Part 9

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Professor and Curator Dr. Madonna Moss is an anthropological archaeologist who studies the long term history of Native Americans and First Nations of the Northwest Coast of North America, with a special focus on Tlingit and Haida and their ancestors. Join us for a fascinating discussion about how zooarcheology can help defend indigenous cultural practices in the modern world.

Dr. Moss's book Northwest Coast: Archaeology as Deep History

Dr. Moss's recent publication about sea otters:

https://cpb-us-e1.wpmucdn.com/blogs.uoregon.edu/dist/e/397/files/2020/04/Moss-2020-sea-otters.pdf

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