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Record #135041:

Hunting in Kangerlussuaq, East Greenland, 1951-1991. An assessment of local knowledge / Christian Glahder.

Title: Hunting in Kangerlussuaq, East Greenland, 1951-1991. An assessment of local knowledge / Christian Glahder.
Author(s): Glahder, Christian.
Date: 1995.
In: Meddelelser om Grønland. Man and Society. (1995.), Vol. 19 (1995)
Abstract: In 1991 23 hunters from Kangerlussuaq were interviewed about their knowledge of number and distribution of hunted animals and hunting conditions. Purpose was to minimize conflicts of interest between mine, hunters and animals. Average of five to ten hunters had wintered in area in three periods. Far most important animals are ringed seal, narwhal and bear. Details are given in tables and on maps. Other seals are caught and few birds.
Notes:

Meddelelser om Grønland. Man and Society. Vol. 19 :1-68 (1995).

Keywords: 599.5 -- Cetacea.
599.742.2 -- Ursidae.
599.745 -- Pinnipedia.
639.24 -- Marine mammals, hunting.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
(*381.6) -- Kong Christian den IXs Land.
SPRI record no.: 135041

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