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Traditional Knowledge
Traditional Knowledge in Social–Ecological Systems
Carl Folke
Synergy Between Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Conservation Science Supports Forest Preservation in Ecuador
C. Dustin Becker and Kabita Ghimire
Organic Farming and Social-Ecological Resilience: the Alpine Valleys of Sölktäler, Austria
Rebecka Milestad and Sonja K Hadatsch
Learning as You Journey: Anishinaabe Perception of Social-ecological Environments and Adaptive Learning
Iain Davidson-Hunt and Fikret Berkes
Heterogeneity in Ethnoecological Knowledge and Management of Medicinal Plants in the Himalayas of Nepal: Implications for Conservation
Suresh Kumar Ghimire, Doyle McKey, and Yildiz Aumeeruddy-Thomas
Local Management Practices for Dealing with Change and Uncertainty: A Cross-scale Comparison of Cases in Sweden and Tanzania
Maria Tengö and Kristina Belfrage
Cultural Keystone Species: Implications for Ecological Conservation and Restoration
Ann Garibaldi and Nancy Turner
The Relationship between Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Evolving Cultures, and Wilderness Protection in the Circumpolar North
Alan Watson, Lilian Alessa, and Brian Glaspell
Cultural Foundations for Ecological Restoration on the White Mountain Apache Reservation
Jonathan Long, Aregai Tecle, and Benrita Burnette
Combining Science and Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Monitoring Populations for Co-Management
Henrik Moller, Fikret Berkes, Philip O'Brian Lyver, and Mina Kislalioglu
Learning from Traditional Knowledge of Non-timber Forest Products: Penan Benalui and the Autecology of Aquilaria in Indonesian Borneo
D. G. Donovan and R. K. Puri
Spatial Organization of Environmental Knowledge: Conservation Conflicts in the Inhabited Forest of Northern Thailand
Robin Roth
Epistemology, Culture, and Keystone Species
A response to: Garibaldi and Turner. 2004. “Cultural Keystone Species: Implications for Ecological Conservation and Restoration”
Robert D Davic
The Nature of Culture and Keystones
A response to: Davic. 2004. “Epistemology, Culture, and Keystone Species”
Ann Garibaldi and Nancy Turner
Ecology and Society. ISSN: 1708-3087