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Record #162029:

Can traditional ecological knowledge and wilderness benefit one another? / Henry P. Huntington.

Title: Can traditional ecological knowledge and wilderness benefit one another? / Henry P. Huntington.
Author(s): Huntington, Henry P.
Date: 2002.
Publisher: Anchorage, AK: Rocky Mountain Research Station
In: Wilderness in the circumpolar north : searching for compatibility in ecological, traditional, and ecotourism values, 2001 May 15-16, Anchorage, Alaska. (2002.),
Abstract: Argues that traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) can benefit to extent that 'wilderness' contributes to protecting way of life upon which it is based, and that wilderness designation and management can benefit from closer understanding, not only of ecological aspects of TEK, but also its insights into relationship of people with natural world.
Notes:

In: Wilderness in the circumpolar north : searching for compatibility in ecological, traditional, and ecotourism values, 2001 May 15-16, Anchorage, Alaska / Alan E. Watson, Lilian Alessa, Janet Sproull, comps.

Keywords: 502 -- Environmental issues.
113/119 -- Attitudes to nature.
712.23 -- National parks.
504.06 -- Environmental protection.
39 -- Ethnography.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 162029

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