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Current Issue: 2022 Volume 42, Number 4

Journal of Ethnobiology Volume 42, Issue 4, 2022

 

 

 

NEW ISSUE OUT NOW!
2022 Volume #42(4)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Weather Magic as Environmental Knowledge in Southern Vanuatu
Michael J. Balick, K. David Harrison, Neal Kelso, Reuben Neriam, Johnson Noar, Gregory M. Plunkett, Dominik M. Ramík, and Jean-Pascal Wahe
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Overview and Investigation of Australian Aboriginal Lizard Traps
Xiaoyue Li, John Richard Stepp, and Bryan Tilt
Surviving Dragons: Ethnographic Reports of Komodo Monitors (Varanus komodoensis) in Northeastern Flores
Gregory Forth
Tree Diversity and Regeneration in Sacred Groves and Nature Reserves in Xishuangbanna, Southwest China
Lily Zeng, Min Cao, Luxiang Lin, and Charles M. Peters
Plants in the Sakha Culture: Names, Knowledge, and Habitat
Ninel Malysheva, Lenore A. Grenoble, Igor Danilov, Marina Osorova, and Aitalina Rakhleeva
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Maize Landraces and Drought: Seed Systems in San Miguel del Valle, Oaxaca, Mexico
Adele Woodmansee
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Previous Issue: 2022 Volume 42, Number 3

Journal of Ethnobiology Volume 42, Issue 3, 2022

 

 

 

2022 Volume #42(3)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Locusts and Grasshoppers Acridoidea Ethnobiology of the South American Gran Chaco: A Review
Nicolás M. Kamienkowski
Nuosu Horticulturalists' Local Knowledge of Wild Edible Plants and Fungi and Socio-Economic Implications in Yunnan, Southwest China
Xiaoyue Li, John Richard Stepp, and Bryan Tilt
Differential Use of Game Species in an Amazonian Indigenous Community: Navigating Economics, Subsistence, and Social Norms
Brian M. Griffiths and Michael P. Gilmore
The Hummingbird and the Condor among the Nasa Symbolize Spirituality in the Ceremony of the Saakhelu
Edna Lourdes Orozco Calambas, Fernando Orozco Calambas, and Willian Orlando Castillo Ordoñez
Amazonian Forest Peoples' Perceptions of Malaria on the Upper Rio Negro, Brazil, are Shaped by Both Local and Scientific Knowledge
Gina Frausin, Ana Carla dos Santos Bruno, Ari de Freitas Hidalgo, Lin Chau Ming, William Milliken, and Adrian Martin Pohlit
Useful Plants from the Wild to Home Gardens: An Analysis of Home Garden Ethnobotany in Contexts of Habitat Conversion and Land Use Change in Jeju, South Korea
Yooinn Hong and Karl S. Zimmerer
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Human Dimensions of Pangolin Conservation: Indigenous and Local Knowledge, Ethnozoological Uses, and Willingness of Rural Communities to Enhance Pangolin Conservation in Nepal
Tulshi Laxmi Suwal, Sabita Gurung, Manoj Bakhunchhe Shrestha, Daniel J. Ingram, and Kurtis Jai-Chyi Pei
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