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Volume 37, Number 3 - 2017: 

Special Sections

I. Ethnobiology and Fisheries

II. 21st Century Pastoralism and Biodiversity Conservation

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I. SPECIAL SECTION: Ethnobiology and fisheries
Edited by erÉndira M. quintana morales
ETHNOBIOLOGY AND FISHERIES: LEARNING FROM THE PAST FOR THE PRESENT
Eréndira M. Quintana Morales, Dana Lepofsky, and Fikret Berkes
SWAMP-EEL (SYNBRANCHUS SPP.) FISHING IN AMAZONIA FROM PRE-COLUMBIAN TO PRESENT TIMES 
Gabriela Prestes-Carneiro and Phillippe Béarez
ENSLAVED LABORER AND SHARECROPPER FISHING PRACTICES IN 18th–19th CENTURY MARTINIQUE: A ZOOARCHAEOLOGICAL AND ETHNOZOOHISTORICAL STUDY   
Diane Wallman and Sandrine Grouard
THE FRESH AND THE SALTED: CHINESE MIRGRANT FISHEREIES ENGAGEMENT AND TRADE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY NORTH AMERICA 
J. Ryan Kennedy
SHELLFISH COLLECTION IN SENEGAMBIAN MANGROVES: A FEMALE KNOWLEDGE SYSTEM IN A PRIORITY CONSERVATION REGION
Judith A. Carney 
 
PLANTS IN A "SEA OF RELATIONSHIPS": NETWORKS OF PLANTS AND FISHING IN MAKKOVIK, NUNATSIAVUT (LABRADOR, CANADA)
Erica Oberndorfer, Nellie Winters, Carol Gear, Gita Ljubicic, and Jeremy Lundholm
ASSESSING FISHING EXPERTS' KNOWLEDGE TO IMPROVE CONSERVATION STRATEGIES FOR AN ENDANGERED GROUPER IN THE SOUTHWESTERN ATLANTIC
Cleverson Zapelini, Vinicius J. Giglio, Renata C. Carvalho, Mariana G. Bender, and Leopoldo C. Gerhardinger
 
THE RECOVERY OF A TROPICAL MARINE MOLLUSK FISHERY: A TRANSDISCIPLINARY COMMUNITY-BASED APPROACH IN NAVAKAVU, FIJI
Baravi Thaman, Randolph R. Thaman, Asakaia Balawa, and Joeli Veitayaki
 
II. SPECIAL SECTION: 21st century Pastoralism and biodiversity conservation 
Edited by katherine E. French
THE CONTRIBUTION OF 21st CENTURY PASTORALISTS TO BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AND EMERGING BIOECONOMIES 
Katherine E. French
"I SEE THE GRASS TRHOUGH THE MOUTHS OF MY ANIMALS" – FOLK INDICATORS OF PASTURE PLANTS USED BY TRADITIONAL STEPPE HERDERS 
Zsolt Molnár
FROM MILK AND WOOL: VITAL PASTORAL CRAFTS AND THEIR VITALITY IN 21st CENTURY XINJIANG
Annie Chan
RABARI SHEPHERDS AND THE MAD TREE: THE DYNAMICS OF LOCAL ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE IN THE CONTEXT OF PROSOPIS JULIFLORA INVASION IN GUJURAT, INDIA
Priya Duenn, Matthieu Slapeteur, and Victoria Reyes-García
PALAEOECOLOGY AND GIS MODELING REVEAL HISTORIC GRASSLANDS AS "HOTSPOTS" OF BIODIVERSITY AND PLANT GENETIC RESOURCES
Katherine E. French

 

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