Cristina Mittermeier

Photographer / Speaker / Contributor to National Geographic / Co-founder of @sea_legacy / SonyArtisan / NatGeoCreative / Founder of iLCP

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It’s day four on @SeaLegacy’s #12DreamsofChristmas wishlist. Today, I want to talk about Pacific salmon. They are truly beautiful fish. The migration they somehow pull off to survive as a species is nothing short of miraculous. Our wild salmon deserve better than to be infected by diseases and parasites from farmed fish next to their migratory routes. The toxic fish farming industry is a plague in our oceans. Join @Sea_Legacy in protecting the lifeblood of the British Columbia coast, as we put heavy pressure on the B.C. and Canadian governments to regulate the fish farms out of the water and onto land where they will not affect our wild salmon. Click the link in our bio to see a list of #12DreamsofChristmas curated by myself and @PaulNicklen.

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When it comes to changing the world, a strong community matters. At @Sea_Legacy, we are proud of our community, and will continue #TurningTheTide for our oceans in their name. In 2018, we will create solutions, build and foster constituencies for marine protected areas, and support First Nations on the B.C. coast. We will do it for @Sea_Legacy’s incredible followers—people who understand the power of togetherness. Click in the link to see a list of #12DreamsofChristmas curated by myself and @paulnicklen. These are the things we want for our oceans.

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For the second day of #12DreamsofChristmas, I want to talk about happy bears. A few years back, @PaulNicklen and I were involved in helping get the grizzly bears of Fishing Branch River protected. Seven years ago, we were both involved in kicking off the worldwide coverage of the Great Bear Rainforest and its iconic Spirit Bears, ultimately helping get them protected. The work we do protects bears. It’s also not done yet. We need to create marine protected areas in the Arctic (like the recently created Tallurutiup Imanga / Lancaster Sound), and we need to combat climate change for polar bears in particular. @sea_legacy is working hard build constituencies that demand that world governments cut carbon emissions and create marine protected areas. Consider giving the gift of a membership to The Tide and letting your loved one help in #TurningTheTide for our oceans. Link in bio. #12DreamsofChristmas

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My partner @PaulNicklen and I have curated a wishlist for the oceans we’re calling the #12DreamsofChristmas. Our first Christmas dream is healthy reefs. Beneath the thin blue line of our planet’s tropical seas lies a world of biodiversity few will ever see. While on expedition this year to the reefs of Cuba, we raised funds to repair a scientific research centre that had been destroyed by Hurricane Irma. We also discovered a revolutionary concrete product that can be used to rebuild corals. Our dream is to rebuild coral reefs and promote science and sustainable tourism that supports healthy coral reefs around the world. At Christmas, I prefer giving experiences rather than material goods. Instead of purchasing plastic gifts that end up in a landfill, consider giving the gift of a membership to The Tide and letting your loved one help in #TurningTheTide for our oceans. Link in bio. #12DreamsofChristmas

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Photos by SeaLegacy Collective members @paulnicklen and @jodymacdonaldphoto // Swipe left to view the SeaLegacy Winter fine-art poster collection or click the link in my bio. Thank you for your generous response. All proceeds will help power @sea_legacy’s efforts in ocean conservation. If you’d still like to pick a poster for a loved one or for yourself, there are now only 48 hours left (Deadline: midnight on December 12th) to order from the @Sea_Legacy Winter 2017 poster collection in time for delivery before Christmas in the U.S. International orders will now arrive after Christmas. Click the link in our bio to see ALL the options, prices, sizes and shipping details: sealegacy.org/store. Happy holidays and thank you for #TurningTheTide with us.

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I photographed this young boy at the Sing Sing Festival in Mount Hagen several years ago. He was one of many children dressed up to compete for the most cultural integrity. Sing-sing festivals are held in Papa New Guinea with a purpose to share, in peaceful celebration, traditions. 70 years ago, the United Nations established the Declaration of Human Rights, with 30 distinct articles. Article 27 decrees that everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits. It adds that everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author. Cultural integrity is something very close to my heart. It is where we find "Enoughness" - the practice of finding contentment in culture instead of material things. #Enoughness | @UNFoundation | @UnitedNations |

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We are at the @PaulNicklenGallery until 5PM today sharing the message of @Sea_Legacy and #TurningTheTide on #ClimateChange. If you are in New York City please join us to learn more. With @paulnicklen in #nyc. #NatureLovers #Nature #ClimateChange #Arctic #Polarbear #Conservation

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On Tuesday, we shared a video of a starving polar bear. It was sad to film, but so important to share. We need perspective into the future for polar bears, and this provided that perspective. Unless we curb carbon emissions and pursue solutions to achieve drawdown, this is the grim fate for species. The good news is that a wide array of both proven and promising new solutions already exist. Reforesting the oceans and restarting natural nutrient cycles can drawdown carbon, deacidify and cool surface waters, at the same time as producing sustainable food and biofuel. @Sea_Legacy went to the Canadian Arctic to document the effects of climate change. We found them. We also found healthy bears like this one hunting on a beautiful piece of ice. Join The Tide (link in bio) to help us continue to show the world what’s a stake and how we can fix it. #TurningTheTide

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I was mesmerized by the beauty of this glacier on our last day on Lancaster Sound. As I stood in silence pondering the incredible journey this ice has taken, I thought about how difficult it is to talk about climate change, especially with friends and family who don’t share the same worldview. In the scientific community, there is an almost unanimous (97%) agreement that anthropogenic (human-caused) climate change is real. Very real, and very dangerous, as we’ve seen in Southern California this past week. This holiday season you will be surrounded by family. It’s a great opportunity to talk about the subject, but perhaps a little intimidating. Seek out the @NasaClimateChange webpage, save the info to your phone, and share it with deniers. But do not engage in battle. Be gentle. Be patient. We all need to learn to live in this changing world together. Thank you for listening. #TurningTheTide with @Sea_Legacy.

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I photographed this polar bear as it patrolled a small crack on the sea ice hoping for a seal—its main prey—to pop out for a breath. Both polar bears and seals need ice to survive, and their icy world is changing rapidly. Perhaps the most wide-reaching and harmful threat to our ocean ecosystems comes from the increase in carbon dioxide in our atmosphere, which causes sea ice to melt and polar bears to starve, but also contributes to raging fires like the one currently happening in Southern California. Climate change affects us all and the impacts are starting to knock on everyone’s door. The good news is, little changes can create big shifts, so I encourage you to be part of the change with what you choose to eat, how you choose to move around, and how much you choose to purchase. Thank you for caring.

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A few months ago, @PaulNicklen and I documented the heartwrenching scene we posted yesterday—a starving polar bear roaming through an abandoned Inuit camp along the shores of Baffin Island. Though it wasn’t possible for scientists to tell us exactly what had caused this bear to starve to death, we do know that he didn’t have any visible wounds and that he was not an old bear. Many of you have asked whether we could have saved this individual bear, but the hard truth is that he was on his last legs and his muscles had atrophied beyond repair. It would also have been illegal to feed him, to approach him, or to do anything to ease his pain. However, there is hope for the remaining polar bears if we want it. Click the link in my bio to learn more about the solutions available to achieve drawdown—the point where global warming reverses, and healthy polar bears like this beautiful sow and her cubs can rest easy. Photo: @paulnicklen #turningthetide

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My heart breaks when I see this photo. We cried as we filmed this dying bear. Although we cannot tell for sure why this bear was dying, what is certain is that as the Arctic continues to warm twice as fast as anywhere else on Earth, many more bears will face this fate over the coming years. We traveled to the Arctic with @sea_legacy in August and saw both healthy bears and starving bears. As climate change accelerates, we will see less of the former and more of the latter. It’s a heartbreaking reality of our current lifestyle. Please join us at @sea_legacy where we are #turningthetide for the oceans and climate change. Each and every one of us must act now. No one will fix this for us. @todayshow

Cristina Mittermeier Name Data

Cristina Mittermeier Data Details
Cristina Mittermeier full length: 20 characters (20 bytes)
Unique part(s): Cristina Mittermeier
Cristina Mittermeier Name Volwes: iiaieeie (8 characters)
Cristina Mittermeier Name Consonants: Crstn Mttrmr (12 characters)

Cristina Mittermeier user Name Encoding

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Cristina Mittermeier user name Nato Encoding

Letter Code Word U.S. Army standard ICAO and ITU Roman standard FAA standards ICAO IPA standard SIO (France) ICAO recording (1955) Consolidated transcription
C Charlie CHAR lee CHAR LEE CHARLEE or CHAR-LEE ˈtʃɑːli or ˈʃɑːli tchah li, char li [ˈtʃɑ˞li], [ˈʃɑ˞li] /ˈtʃɑːrliː/ CHAR-lee or /ˈʃɑːrliː/ SHAR-lee
r Romeo ROW me oh ROW ME OH ROWME OH or ROW-ME-OH ˈroːmiˑo ro mi o [ˈɹoʊmi.oʊ] /ˈroʊmiːoʊ/ ROH-mee-oh
i India IN dee ah IN DEE AH INDEE AH or IN-DEE-AH ˈindiˑɑ in di ah [ˈɪndi.ʌ] /ˈɪndiːɑː/ IN-dee-ah
s Sierra see AIR ah SEE AIR RAH SEEAIRAH or SEE-AIR-AH siˈerɑ si èr rah [siˈɛɾʌ] /siːˈɛrɑː/ see-ERR-ah
t Tango TANG go TANG GO TANGGO or TANG-GO ˈtænɡo tang go [ˈtæŋɡoʊ] /ˈtæŋɡoʊ/ TANG-goh
i India IN dee ah IN DEE AH INDEE AH or IN-DEE-AH ˈindiˑɑ in di ah [ˈɪndi.ʌ] /ˈɪndiːɑː/ IN-dee-ah
n November NOH vem ber NO VEM BER NOVEMBER or NO-VEM-BER noˈvembə no vèmm ber [noʊˈvɛmbɹ̩] /noʊˈvɛmbər/ noh-VEM-bər
a Alfa
ATIS: Alpha
AL fah AL FAH ALFAH or AL-FAH ˈælfɑ al fah [ˈælfʌ] /ˈælfɑː/ AL-fah
M Mike Mike MIKE MIKE mɑik maïk [ˈmʌɪk] /ˈmaɪk/ MYK
i India IN dee ah IN DEE AH INDEE AH or IN-DEE-AH ˈindiˑɑ in di ah [ˈɪndi.ʌ] /ˈɪndiːɑː/ IN-dee-ah
t Tango TANG go TANG GO TANGGO or TANG-GO ˈtænɡo tang go [ˈtæŋɡoʊ] /ˈtæŋɡoʊ/ TANG-goh
t Tango TANG go TANG GO TANGGO or TANG-GO ˈtænɡo tang go [ˈtæŋɡoʊ] /ˈtæŋɡoʊ/ TANG-goh
e Echo EKK oh ECK OH ECKOH or ECK-OH ˈeko èk o [ˈɛkoʊ] /ˈɛkoʊ/
r Romeo ROW me oh ROW ME OH ROWME OH or ROW-ME-OH ˈroːmiˑo ro mi o [ˈɹoʊmi.oʊ] /ˈroʊmiːoʊ/ ROH-mee-oh
m Mike Mike MIKE MIKE mɑik maïk [ˈmʌɪk] /ˈmaɪk/ MYK
e Echo EKK oh ECK OH ECKOH or ECK-OH ˈeko èk o [ˈɛkoʊ] /ˈɛkoʊ/
i India IN dee ah IN DEE AH INDEE AH or IN-DEE-AH ˈindiˑɑ in di ah [ˈɪndi.ʌ] /ˈɪndiːɑː/ IN-dee-ah
e Echo EKK oh ECK OH ECKOH or ECK-OH ˈeko èk o [ˈɛkoʊ] /ˈɛkoʊ/
r Romeo ROW me oh ROW ME OH ROWME OH or ROW-ME-OH ˈroːmiˑo ro mi o [ˈɹoʊmi.oʊ] /ˈroʊmiːoʊ/ ROH-mee-oh

Cristina Mittermeier Linguistics

Language In Local
Cristina Mittermeier with Greek letters Κριστινα Μιττερμειερ
Cristina Mittermeier with Hindi letters च्रिस्तिन मित्तॆर्मॆइऎर्
Cristina Mittermeier with Chinese letters Cㄖ˙ㄙㄊㄧ˙ㄋㄚ˙ Mㄧ˙ㄊㄊㄜ˙ㄖㄇㄟ˙ㄦ˙
Cristina Mittermeier with Cyrillic letters Цристина Миттермеиер
Cristina Mittermeier with Hebrew letters קרִסטִנַ מִטטֶרמִֶֶר
Cristina Mittermeier with Arabic letters كرِستِنَ مِتتِرمِِِر
Cristina Mittermeier with Tamil letters ச்ரிஸ்திந மித்தெர்மெஇஎர்
Cristina Mittermeier with Japanese letters くりすてぃな みってるめいえる
Cristina Mittermeier with Armenian letters Ծրիստինա Միտտերմեիեր

Cristina Mittermeier ratings of this name

A Good Name 23%
77% A Bad Name
Masculine 3%
97% Feminine
Classic 43%
57% Modern
Mature 69%
31% Youthful
Formal 37%
63% Informal
Upper Class 87%
13% Common
Urban 63%
37% Natural
Wholesome 69%
31% Devious
Strong 6%
94% Delicate
Refined 10%
90% Rough
Strange 40%
60% Boring
Simple 59%
41% Complex
Serious 92%
8% Comedic
Nerdy 47%
53% Unintellectual
Characteristics Value
Cristina Mittermeier's Optimism 6
Cristina Mittermeier's Creativity 18
Cristina Mittermeier's Resilience 6
Cristina Mittermeier's Self-Control 20
Cristina Mittermeier's Emotional Awareness 19
Cristina Mittermeier's Sociability 8
Cristina Mittermeier's Patience 8
Cristina Mittermeier's Integrity 11
Cristina Mittermeier's Willpower 6
Cristina Mittermeier's Passion 17

Post statistic

Created Text Like Comments Hashtags Post value Go
2017.12.15. 21:17 It’s day four on @SeaLegacy’s 7 022 40 2 16,87$
2017.12.14. 20:54 When it comes to changing the world, a strong community matters. At 27 173 115 2 67,66$
2017.12.13. 21:13 For the second day of #12DreamsofChristmas,... 23 688 107 3 57,12$
2017.12.12. 23:09 My partner @PaulNicklen and I have curated a wishlist for... 10 714 54 3 22,19$
2017.12.11. 17:25 Photos by SeaLegacy Collective members @paulnicklen and 26 356 117 1 66,92$
2017.12.11. 01:10 I photographed this young boy at the Sing Sing Festival in Mount Hagen several years... 19 818 113 1 51,85$
2017.12.10. 21:31 We are at the @PaulNicklenGallery until 5PM today... 21 133 65 9 36,39$
2017.12.09. 20:53 On Tuesday, we shared a video of a starving polar bear. It was sad to film, but so... 41 581 277 1 217,53$
2017.12.08. 19:55 I was mesmerized by the beauty of this glacier on our last day on Lancaster Sound. As I... 20 665 124 1 57,61$
2017.12.07. 20:57 I photographed this polar bear as it patrolled a small crack on the sea ice hoping for... 27 691 178 0 99,87$
2017.12.06. 19:23 A few months ago, @PaulNicklen and I documented the... 37 694 322 1 228,60$
2017.12.05. 17:58 My heart breaks when I see this photo. We cried as we filmed this dying bear. Although... 80 010 6 663 1 9 531,62$

Cristina Mittermeier National Statistics for Popularity and Rank

Cristina Mittermeier National Statistic for the Name CRISTINA MITTERMEIER
Population Estimate 5606 +/- 14.8%
National Rank 35726
Percentile Rank 0.9
Proportion per 100k 0.6
SSA Baby Name Population 1420
SSA Baby Name per 100k 4.6
SSA Baby Name Rank 10267
SSA Baby Name Percentile Rank 0.7

Cristina Mittermeier Summary

  • CRISTINA MITTERMEIER is ranked as the 35726th most popular given name in the United States with an estimated population of 5606.
  • This name is in the 90th percentile, this means that nearly 2% of all the first names are more popular.
  • There are 0.6 people named CRISTINA MITTERMEIER for every 100,000 Americans.
  • Based on the analysis of 100 years worth of data from the Social Security Administration's (SSA) Baby Names database, the estimated population of people named CRISTINA MITTERMEIER is 1420
  • According to our algorithm there are 270 last names associated with the name CRISTINA MITTERMEIER.

Race and Ethinicity

The race and Hispanic origin distribution of the people with the name CRISTINA MITTERMEIER
Race or Hispanic origin % of population with name % of US general population % difference
White 73.68% 62.87% 10.81 %
Hispanic origin 10.88% 10.47% 0.41%
Black 4.58% 18.17% -13.59%
Asian or Pacific Islander 5.08% 4.07% 1.01%
Two or more races 2.88% 2.37% 0.51%
American Indian or Alaskan Native 2.89% 2.03% 0.86%

Summary

The race and Hispanic origin distribution of the people with the name CRISTINA MITTERMEIER is 73.68% White, 10.88% Hispanic origin, 4.58% Black, 5.08% Asian or Pacific Islander, 2.88% Two or More Races, and 2.89 American Indian or Alaskan Native. These figures should be considered only as a rough estimate. The purpose of this graph is to compare the name's specific race and Hispanic origin distribution to the distribution in the general population of the US.

The vertical blue bars represent the race distribution of people that have the name. The yellow horizontal lines represent the race distribution of the general population. The amount by which the blue bars extend past the yellow horizontal lines determines how likely a person with the name will be part of a given race or Hispanic origin group.

On this basis, the people with the name CRISTINA MITTERMEIER have a higher likelyhood of being White and a lower likelyhood of being Black.

Ethnic and Cultural Name Categories

The first name CRISTINA MITTERMEIER is included in the following name catgories:
  • US masculine baby name - Social Security Administration
  • Turkish masculine given name