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Climate, Environment and Cree Observations James Bay Territory, Canada

By: Marie-Jeanne S Royer(Author)
94 pages, 1 colour illustration
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Climate, Environment and Cree Observations
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Climate, Environment and Cree Observations examines the effects of climate and environmental change in the Eastern James Bay, Canada. This socio-environmentally oriented volume integrates scientific literature with the established ecological knowledge to explore current issues. This multidisciplinary approach allows for a broader understanding of the forces at play on the environment and the societies that inhabit it. It is suited to a wide range of readers from researchers and professionals working in the field to graduate students in climate change, geography, environmental science and ecology.

Contents

- Introduction
- Climate change and Traditional ecological knowledge (TEK)
- Eastern James Bay and the Cree
- Traditional subsistence activities and change: a case study
- Conclusion

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By: Marie-Jeanne S Royer(Author)
94 pages, 1 colour illustration
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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