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Heterogeneity and Resilience of Human-<i>Rangifer</i> Systems: A CircumArctic Synthesis
Research
Seasonal Climate Variation and Caribou Availability: Modeling Sequential Movement Using Satellite-Relocation Data
Craig Nicolson, Matthew Berman, Colin Thor West, Gary P. Kofinas, Brad Griffith, Don Russell, and Darcy Dugan
Cultural Resilience of Social-ecological Systems in the Nenets and Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrugs, Russia: A Focus on Reindeer Nomads of the Tundra
Bruce C. Forbes
Modeling Regional Dynamics of Human–Rangifer Systems: a Framework for Comparative Analysis
Matthew Berman
“Letting the leaders pass”: barriers to using traditional ecological knowledge in comanagement as the basis of formal hunting regulations
Elisabeth Padilla and Gary P. Kofinas
Voices of the Caribou People: a participatory videography method to document and share local knowledge from the North American human-Rangifer systems
Archana Bali and Gary P. Kofinas
Indigenous social and economic adaptations in northern Alaska as measures of resilience
Stephanie Martin
Insight
Insights into integrating cumulative effects and collaborative co-management for migratory tundra caribou herds in the Northwest Territories, Canada
Anne Gunn, Don Russell, and Lorne Greig
Synthesis
The role of harvest, predators, and socio-political environment in the dynamics of the Taimyr wild reindeer herd with some lessons for North America
Leonid Kolpasсhikov, Vladimir Makhailov, and Don E. Russell
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