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PHILOSOPHY OF ETHNOBIOLOGY: UNDERSTANDING KNOWLEDGE INTEGRATION AND ITS LIMITATIONS
David Ludwig and Charbel N. El-Hani  
EXPLORING THE ECOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF DISPLACEMENT IN NÚCLEO ITARIRU (SERRA DO MAR STATE PARK): AN ETHNOBOTANICAL STUDY OF PEASANT/LANDSCAPE RELATIONS IN BRAZIL'S ATLANTIC FOREST 
Nicole Katin
ETHNOBOTANICAL KNOWLEDGE ENCODED IN WEENHAYEK ORAL TRADITION
Michelle Scalise Sugiyama, Marcela Mendoza, and Itzel Quiroz  
CLASSIFYING MERMAIDS: OBSERVATIONS ON LOCAL NAMING AND CLASSIFICATION OF DUGONGS (Dugong dugon) AMONG THE LIO OF FLORES ISLAND (EASTERN INDONESIA) 
Gregory Forth 
INTRODUCING THE POTENTIAL MEDICINAL AND ECOLOGICAL VALUE OF A PIONEER TREE SPECIES AS A JUSTIFICATION TO CONSERVE AND SUSTAINABLY MANAGE TROPICAL SECONDARY FORESTS: Vismia macrophylla AS A CASE STUDY
Daniela Joy Shebitz, Lindsey Page Agnew, Angela Oviedo, Gaganpreet Monga, and Dil Ramanathan
WINGED VOICES: MAPUCHE ORNITHOLOGY FROM SOUTH AMERICAN TEMPERATE FORESTS   
José Tomás Ibarra, Julián Caviedes, and Pelayo Benavides
A LONG-TERM ASSESSMENT OF THE USE OF Phoenix theophrasti Greuter (CRETAN DATE PALM): THE ETHNOBOTANY AND ARCHAEOBOTANY OF A NEGLECTED PALM 
Juan José García-Granero, Melpomeni Skoula, Anaya Sarpaki, Marc Cárdenas, Marco Madella, and Amy Bogaard

 

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