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Press Statement 11-001
Statement by Karl A. Erb, Head of the National Science Foundation's Office of Polar Programs, on the Death of Caleb Pungowiyi

“A world-class ambassador for Alaska and Arctic Indigenous peoples”

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Photo of Caleb Pungowiyi holding a bird on St. Lawrence Island.

Caleb Pungowiyi, near the village of Savoonga, Alaska, on St. Lawrence Island.

Credit: Henry Huntington


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Photo of Caleb Pungowiyi dancing.

Caleb Pungowiyi (center) dances with University of Alaska President Mark Hamilton, former Chukchi Campus Director John Schaeffer, and Christina Qaiqpak Hensley during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for two additions to the university's Chukchi Campus on Jan. 30, 2006 in Kotzebue, Alaska.

Credit: Kathleen Schedler/UAF


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Caleb Pungowiyi,  near the village of Savoonga, Alaska, on St. Lawrence Island.

Caleb Pungowiyi, near the village of Savoonga, Alaska, on St. Lawrence Island.

Credit: Henry Huntington


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