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Reindeer as a keystone species in the North - biological, cultural and socio-economic aspects / Päivi Soppela, Walter Ruth, Birgitta Åhman, Jan Åge Riseth, eds.

Title: Reindeer as a keystone species in the North - biological, cultural and socio-economic aspects / Päivi Soppela, Walter Ruth, Birgitta Åhman, Jan Åge Riseth, eds.
Author(s): Soppela, Päivi,
Ruth, Walter,
Åhman, Birgitta,
Riseth, Jan Åge,
Date: 2002.
In: Arktisen keskuksen tiedotteita = Arctic Centre Reports. (2002.), Vol. 38 (2002)
Abstract: Two-week, 3000 km mobile PhD course starting 1 Sep. visited locations in northern Finland, Finnmark and Kola Peninsula. Aim was to encourage inter-disciplinary study on reindeer and their husbandry, with seminars, lectures, and field trips involving communicating with reindeer herders and other interested parties. Topics printed: Comparative approach to study of over-grazing in Saami management; Saami Siida institution as social and ecological regulator; phytomass seasonal changes in C and N balance of Vorkuta ecossytems; risk assessment and management of cold hazards; J.O. Habeck: future of reindeer herding in Russia; traditional knowledge among Saami herders of northern Sweden; community-based knowledge, Rangifer and vast landscapes; possibility of using soil invertebrates as bio-indicators of state of pastures; traditional ptarmigan trapping in a wilderness area, and modernisation; inventory of lichens in Nenets District pastures; plant functional types and tundra grazing; reindeer in Saami folklore; calving success in two herds of North Finland; experience of central planning, market and subsistence in Kola; avoidance of cabins, roads and power lines during calving; comparative responses of northern ungulates to climate variability.
Notes:

Arktisen keskuksen tiedotteita = Arctic Centre Reports. Vol. 38 :1-155 (2002).

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
636.294 -- Reindeer husbandry.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*55) -- European Arctic.
SPRI record no.: 163379

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