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 Journal of Ethnobiology Volume 39, Issue 2

NEW: 2019 Volume 39, Number 2  

SPECIAL ISSUE: MOLLUSKS
GUEST EDITED BY ARIADNA BURGOS AND ALEXANDRA C. YOUNGER
HUMAN MOLLUSK INTERACTIONS IN A CHANGING WORLD
Ariadna Burgos, Alexandra C. Younger, and Steve Wolverton
TOWARDS A HISTORICAL ECOLOGY OF INTERTIDAL FORAGING IN THE MAFIA ARCHIPELAGO: ARCHAEOMALACOLOGY AND IMPLICATIONS FOR MARINE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Patrick Faulkner, Matthew Harris, Othman Haji, Alison Crowther, Mark C. Horton, and Nicole L. Boivin
EARLY RED ABALONE SHELL MIDDENS, HUMAN SUBSISTENCE, AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE ON CALIFORNIA’S NORTHERN CHANNEL ISLANDS
Torben C. Rick, Todd J. Braje, and Jon M. Erlandson
ARCHAEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR COLLECTING EMPTY SHELLS ALONG THE FRENCH ATLANTIC COAST: AN IMPORTANT ACTIVITY FOR COASTAL POPULATIONS
Catherine Dupont
SUSTAINABLE EXTRACTIVE STRATEGIES IN THE PRE-EUROPEAN CONTACT PACIFIC: EVIDENCE FROM MOLLUSK RESOURCES
Frank R. Thomas
CHANGES IN MOLLUSK CONSUMPTION BY THE SERIS OF SONORA, MEXICO
Cathy M. Marlett
SOUVENIRS, SHELLS, AND THE ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRADE
Vincent Nijman
OYSTER TOURISM IN POSTDISASTER JAPAN: TOWARDS AN UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN-MOLLUSK RELATIONS IN THE MIYAGI PREFECTURE
Duccio Gasparri
“LEARNING TOGETHER”: BRAIDING INDIGENOUS AND WESTERN KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS TO UNDERSTAND FRESHWATER MUSSEL HEALTH IN THE LOWER ATHABASCA REGION OF ALBERTA, CANADA
Debra Hopkins, Tara L. Joly, Harvey Sykes, Almer Waniandy, John Grant, Lorrie Gallagher, Leonard Hansen, Kaitlyn Wall, Peter Fortna, and Michelle Bailey

 

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