Traditional Ecological Knowledge References


Acheson, James M. The Lobster Gangs of Maine. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1988.

Berkes, Fikret. "Fishery Resource Use in a Subarctic Indian Community." Human Ecology 5.4 (1977): 289-307.

---. "Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Perspective." Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Concepts and Cases. Ed. Julian T. Inglis. Ottawa: International Program on Traditional Ecological Knowledge and International Development Research Centre, 1993. 1-6.

---. Sacred Ecology: Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Resource Management. Ed. Fikret Berkes. Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis, 1999.

Berkes, Fikret, Johan Colding, and Carl Folke. "Rediscovery of Traditional Ecological Knowledge as Adaptive Management." Ecological Applications 10.5 (2000): 1251-62.

Berlin, Brent O., Dennis Breedlove, and Peter Raven. "Covert Categories and Folk Taxonomies." American Anthropologist 70 (1968): 290-99.

Brush, Stephen J. and Doreen Stabinsky, ed. Valuing Local Knowledge: Indigenous People and Intellectual Property Rights. Washington, DC: Island Press, 1996.

Collins, Kay Carver , and Lacy Hunter. Foxfire 11: The Old Homeplace, Wild Plant Uses, Preserving and Cooking Food, Hunting Stories, Fishing, and More Affairs of Plain Living. New York: Anchor, 1999.

Dyer, Christopher L. , and James R. McGoodwin. Folk Management in the World's Fisheries: Lessons for Modern Fisheries Management. Niwot, CO: University Press of Colorado, 1994.

Felt, Lawrence and Barbara Neis, ed. Finding Our Sea Legs: Linking Fishery People and Their Knowledge with Science and Management. Newfoundland: ISER Books, 2000.

Gadgil, Gadgil, et al. "New Meanings for Old Knowledge." Ecological Applications 10.5 (2000): 1307-17.

Guest, Greg. "Market Integration and the Distribution of Ecological Knowledge within an Ecuadorian Fishing Community." Journal of Ecological Anthropology 6 (2002): 38-48.

Huntington, Henry P. "Traditional Knowledge of the Ecology of Belugas, Delphinapterus Leucas, in Cook Inlet, Alaska." Marine Fisheries Review 62.3 (2000): 134-40.

---. "Using Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Science: Methods and Applications." Ecological Applications 10.5 (2000): 1270-74.

Inglis, Julian T., ed. Traditional Ecological Knowlege: Concepts and Cases. Ottawa: International Program on Traditional Ecological Knowledge and International Development Research Centre, 1993.

Johannes, R.E. "Integrating Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Management with Environmental Impact Assessment." Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Concepts and Cases. Ed. Julian T. Inglis. Ottawa: International Program on Traditional Ecological Knowledge and International Development Research Centre, 1993. 33-39.

---. "The Need for a Centre for the Study of Indigenous Fishers' Knowledge." SPC Traditional Marine Resource Management and Knowledge Information Bulletin 13 (2001): 28-29.

Johannes, Robert E., Milton M. R. Freeman, and Richard J. Hamilton. "Ignore Fishers' Knowledge and Miss the Boat." Fish and Fisheries 1 (2000): 257-71.

Lane, Ruth. "Oral Histories and Scientific Knowledge in Understanding Environmental Change: A Case Study in the Tumut Region, Nsw." Australian Geographical Studies 35.2 (1997): 195-205.

Long, Mack H. and David A. Schmetterling. "Montana Anglers' Inability to Identify Bull Trout and Other Salmonids." Fisheries 24.7: 24.

Mackinson, Steven, and Leif Nøttestad. "Combining Local and Scientific Knowledge." Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 8 (1998): 481-90.

Maurstad, Anita. "Fishing in Murky Waters - Ethics and Politics of Research on Fisher Knowledge." Marine Policy 26 (2002): 159-66.

Miraglia, Rita A. Traditional Ecological Knowledge Handbook: A Training Manual and Reference Guide for Designing, Conducting, and Participating in Research Projects Using Traditional Ecological Knowledge. Anchorage, Alaska: Alaska Department of Fish and Game, 1998.

Nazarea, Virginia D. et al. Yesterday's Ways, Tomorrow's Treasures: Heirloom Plants and Memory Banking. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., 1997.

Neis, Barbara, et al. "Fisheries Assessment: What Can Be Learned from Interviewing Resource Users?" Canadian Journal of Aquatic Sciences 56 (1999): 1949-63.

Palmer, Craig T. "Folk Management, "Soft Evolutionism," and Fishers' Motives: Implications for the Regulation of the Lobster Fisheries of Maine and Newfoundland." Human Organization 52.4 (1993): 414-20.

Pierotti, Raymond , and Daniel Wildcat. "Traditional Ecological Knowledge: The Third Alternative (Commentary)." Ecological Applications 10.5 (2000): 1333-40.

Robertson, Margaret, et al. "Environmental Narratives and the Need for Multiple Perspectives to Restore Degraded Landscapes in Australia." Ecosystem Health 6.2 (2000): 119-33.

Rosenberg, Andrew. "Managing to the Margins: The Overexploitation of Fisheries." Frontiers in Ecology 1.2 (2003): 102-06.

Ruddle, Kenneth. "The Transmission of Traditional Ecological Knowledge." Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Concepts and Cases. Ed. Julian T. Inglis. Ottawa: International Program on Traditional Ecological Knowledge and International Development Research Centre, 1993. 17-31.

Stevenson, Marc G. "Indigenous Knowledge in Environmental Assessments." Arctic 49.3 (1996): 278-91.

Turner, Nancy J., Marianne Boelscher Ignace, and Ronald Ignace. "Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Wisdom of Aboriginal Peoples in British Columbia." Ecological Applications 10.5 (2000): 1275-87.

 
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