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Michelle Nicole Boyer
AIS 160A – Fall 2015
12 November 2015
From 11/09 PPT by Colombi
1. According to Dr. Colombi’s lecture on the Columbia Basin, which of the
following best describes the order in which emphasis should be placed when
it comes to research and anthropological needs?
a. First on salmon, then on water, and then beyond riverbanks.
b. First on water, then on salmon, and then beyond riverbanks.
c. First on capitalism, then on salmon, and then on water.
d. First on tribal programs, then on water, and then on salmon.
2. According to Dr. Colombi’s research on the Columbia River Basin, which of
the following is a phrase that describes how the fate of fish and the fate of
Nimiipuu people are linked in fundamental and inseparable ways?
a. Salmon and his friends
b. Salmon and his riverbanks
c. Salmon and the Salmon Cannon ®©
d. Salmon and his people
3. According to Nimiipuu elder Leroy Seth, which of the following is an example
of the Nimiipuu people learning from the salmon they watch?
a. “We watch the salmon but learn almost nothing from them.”
b. “We learn from salmon that salmon tastes good during all seasons.”
c. “We learn from them that we have to do very little to protect them.”
d. “We learn from them tat we have to do certain things by the
4. According to Dr. Colombi’s lecture on the Columbia Basin, dams have caused
a significant ____________________ in salmon populations, but dams are not
a. Increase; Temporary.
b. Increase; Permanent.
c. Decrease; Temporary.
d. Decrease; Permanent.
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