VOL. 35 · NO. 3 | October 2015

Articles (9)
A. Cuerrier, N. J. Turner, T. C. Gomes, A. Garibaldi, A. Downing
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (3), 427-448, (1 October 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/0278-0771-35.3.427 Open Access
KEYWORDS: sense of place, biocultural diversity, cultural landscapes, Canadian First Nations, Métis
Katie M. Konchar, Ben Staver, Jan Salick, Arjun Chapagain, Laxmi Joshi, Sita Karki, Smriti Lo, Asha Paudel, Prem Subedi, Suresh K. Ghimire
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (3), 449-471, (1 October 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/0278-0771-35.3.449
KEYWORDS: climate change, Himalaya, local ecological knowledge, traditional agriculture, Adaptation
Pablo Marcelo Fernández, Isabel Cruz, Juan Bautista Belardi, Mariana De Nigris, A. Sebastián Muñoz
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (3), 472-498, (1 October 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-03-472-498.1
KEYWORDS: Zooarchaeology, Hippocamelus bisulcus, Patagonia, chorology, conservation biology
Steve Wolverton, Clara Otaola, Gustavo Neme, Miguel Giardina, Adolfo Gil
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (3), 499-518, (1 October 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-03-499-518.1
KEYWORDS: Zooarchaeology, guanaco, evolutionary ecology, foraging theory
Catherine F. West, Christine A. France
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (3), 519-535, (1 October 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-03-519-535.1
KEYWORDS: stable isotope analysis, Canis familiaris, Vulpes vulpes, island ecology
Apurba Krishna Deb
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (3), 536-565, (1 October 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-03-536-565.1
KEYWORDS: Bangladesh, marine, traditional ecological knowledge, artisanal fishery, policy
Greg Wadley, Brian Hayden
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (3), 566-584, (1 October 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-03-566-584.1 Open Access
KEYWORDS: NEOLITHIC TRANSITION, complex societies, pharmacology, alcohol, Feasting
John M. Marston
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (3), 585-605, (1 October 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-03-585-605.1 Open Access
KEYWORDS: agriculture, resilience, sustainability, climate change, environmental archaeology
Xu Wu
Journal of Ethnobiology 35 (3), 606-627, (1 October 2015) https://doi.org/10.2993/etbi-35-03-606-627.1
KEYWORDS: Wild edible plants, local people, pilgrimage, heritage, Wudang Mountain, China
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