Edited By: DA Posey and LW Overal
225 pages, 2 volumes (363/255 pages each), illus
Vitally important publication on the subject of ethnobiology - the relationships between humans and nature. Based on this conference held in Brazil, it contains papers contributed by scientists from around the world, but concentrates on the indigenous peoples of the Amazon. Split into three sections, - ethnobiology in theory and practice, ethnozoology, and ethnobotany, its findings and suggestions have implications for all areas of conservation and sustainable development of natural resources.
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