CTUIRConfederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (Mission, OR)
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Significantly, the CTUIR had implemented TLOA in 2011, (140) and therefore was authorized to impose enhanced sentences.
In advocating for cleanup levels that recover a pre-Hanford past, the CTUIR simultaneously evoke an oft-criticized narrative that imagines Native Americans as historical subjects, rather than "active parts of the modern world" (TallBear, 2013).
the CTUIR scenario is at the foraging end of the subsistence spectrum, while the residential farmer [Jane's scenario] is at the domesticated end of the subsistence spectrum.
While the CTUIR argues that the indigenous body inhales 30 cubic meters of air per day (Harris, 2011) and the Yakama Nation contends that is 26 cubic meters (Ridolfi, 2007), the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency maintain that 20 cubic meters is a more reasonable metric (DOE, 2010).
Harris S (2011 [2004]) Exposure Scenario for CTUIR Traditional Subsistence Lifeways.
39) The Bonneville Power Administration is the federal operator of the lower Columbia River dams and a substantial source of funding for the CTUIR and other tribes in the Columbia Basin.
The WWBWC has cooperated with the CTUIR on many projects as well as initiated their own monitoring and outreach.
CTUIR initiatives in the Walla Walla Basin have included improving habitat and removing barriers to fish passage.
Cayuse Technologies is initially filling 15 to 25 positions by recruiting CTUIR members, other American Indians and non-Indians living on or near the Reservation, and it is prepared to grow its workforce to 200 to 250 people over the next two years.
The references cited in Table 1 formed the foundation for the initial MDSA of an NIEHS-funded university-tribal collaborative study between CTUIR and OSU [see Supplemental Material (http://dx.
Agreed-on mutual review processes: As a two-way document, the CTUIR agreed that it has equal responsibility for timely completion of research tasks and reports.
The MDSA between CTUIR and OSU explicitly states agreed-on processes for the purposes of transparency for the benefit of university researchers and tribal governmental officials and other reviewers, and newer investigators and students.