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With a personalyou can read up to articles each month for free. Already have an ? Log in. Log in through your institution. Aboriginal peoples want their ecological knowledge used in the management of wildlife populations.
To accomplish this, management agencies will Women want sex Caribou regional summaries of aboriginal knowledge about long-term changes in the distribution and abundance of wildlife populations and ecological factors that influence those changes. Between andwe developed a method for collecting Inuit knowledge about historical changes in a caribou Rangifer tarandus population on southern Baffin Island from to Advice from Inuit allowed us to collect and interpret their oral knowledge in culturally appropriate ways.
Local Hunters and Trappers Associations HTAs and other Inuit identified potential informants to maximize the spatial and temporal scope of the study. In the final interview protocol, each informant i established his biographical map and time line, ii described changes in caribou distribution and density during his life, and iii discussed ecological factors that may have caused changes in caribou populations. Personal and parental observations of caribou distribution and abundance were reliable and precise.
Inuit who had hunted caribou during periods of scarcity provided more extensive information than those hunters who had hunted mainly ringed seals Phoca hispida ; nevertheless, seal hunters provided information about coastal areas where caribou densities were insufficient for the needs of caribou hunters. The wording of our questions influenced the reliability of informants' answers; leading questions were especially problematic. We used only information that we considered reliable after analyzing the wording of both questions and answers from translated transcripts.
This analysis may have excluded some reliable information because informants tended to understate certainty in their recollections. Now in its seventh decade of continuous publication, Arctic is a peer-reviewed, primary research journal that publishes the of scientific research from all areas of scholarship dealing with the Arctic and subarctic regions.
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