Traditional knowledge and renewable resource management in northern regions

TitleTraditional knowledge and renewable resource management in northern regions
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1988
Series EditorFreeman, MMR, Carbyn, LN
Secondary TitleOccasional publication (Boreal Institute for Northern Studies); no. 23
Number of Pages124
Date Published1988
PublisherIUCN Commission on Ecology and the Canadian Circumpolar Institute, Boreal Institute for Northern Studies
CityEdmonton, AB, Canada
Call NumberS934.P6T72 1988
KeywordsAmerican Indians; Arctic regions; Eskimos; First Peoples; fisheries; Inuit; Native Americans; resource management

Contains following papers:

  • Environmental philosophy of the Chisasibi Cree People of James Bay (Fikret Berkes),
  • The contribution of the ecological knowledge of Inuit to wildlife management in the Northwest Territories (Anne Gunn, Goo Arlooktoo, and David Kaomayok),
  • The Inuit and wildlife management today (Rick Riewe and Lloyd Gamble),
  • State and indigenous fisheries management: the Alaska context (Polly Wheeler),
  • Sámi reindeer pastoralism as an indigenous resource management system in northern Norway: A contribution to the common property debate (Ivar Bjorklund),
  • The role of subsistence resource commissions in managing Alaska's new national parks (Richard Caulfield),
  • Traditional knowledge, adaptive management and advances in scientific understanding (Miriam McDonald),
  • Self-management and state-management: forms of knowing and managing northern wildlife (Harvey Feit),
  • Wildlife management in the North American Artic: the case for co-management (Gail Osherenko),
  • Selected bibliography of native resource management systems and native knowledge of the environment (Thomas H. Andrews)

A joint publication of the IUCN Commission on Ecology and the Boreal Institute for Northern Studies

Research Notes

Local system: (OCoLC)24797458 (OCoLC)19212356

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