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Record #93114:

The Inuit and wildlife management today / Roderick R. Riewe, L. Gamble.

Title: The Inuit and wildlife management today / Roderick R. Riewe, L. Gamble.
Author(s): Riewe, Roderick R.
Gamble, L.
Date: 1988.
Publisher: Edmonton, Alberta: Boreal Institute for Northern Studies
In: Boreal Institute for Northern Studies. Occasional Publication. (1988.), Vol. 23 (1988)
Abstract: After thousands of years of wildlife management by traditional systems, Inuit were forced to adopt Euro-Canadian methods. Recently Inuit have attempted to combine traditional and western techniques and, following the signing of the Nunavut Wildlife Agreement, are prepared to resume an active role in wildlife management in Canada.
Notes:

Boreal Institute for Northern Studies. Occasional Publication. Vol. 23 :31-37 (1988).

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Eskimo.
347.246 -- Game laws.
502 -- Environmental issues.
502.7 -- Nature and wildlife protection.
504.062 -- Natural resources, conservation.
63 -- Renewable resources.
639 -- Hunting, fishing and associated activities.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*41) -- Canada.
SPRI record no.: 93114

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