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Record #154465:

Traditional ecological knowledge in environmental assessment and management / Peter J. Usher.

Title: Traditional ecological knowledge in environmental assessment and management / Peter J. Usher.
Author(s): Usher, Peter J.
Date: 2000.
In: Arctic. (2000.), Vol. 53(2) (2000)
Abstract: Discusses problems involved in implementing policy requirement that TEK be incorporated into environmental assessment and resource management given inconsistent and unclear definitions of TEK. Stresses importance of TEK being comprehensible and testable as knowledge claim in public reviews, and usable for ongoing public monitoring and co-management processes. To this end, makes recommendations for recording, organizing, and presenting TEK, with particular emphasis on need to differentiate between observations and inference or association.
Notes:

Arctic. Vol. 53(2) :183-193 (2000).

Keywords: 63 -- Renewable resources.
504.062 -- Natural resources, conservation.
113/119 -- Attitudes to nature.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 154465

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