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Climate change implications for distribution, phenology and conservation of Olive-sided Flycatchers (Contopus cooperi) and Western Wood-Pewees (C. sordidulus) in northwestern North AmericaDownload
Northwestern North America is predicted to experience some of the world’s greatest human-caused climate change. Understanding the impacts of associated changes will be imperative to the conservation and management of northern-breeding birds. In particular, long distance migrants and aerial...
Integration of Science and Indigenous Knowledge Through the Concept of Cultural biogeochemical Energy: Application to Planning in Madidi National Park and Indigenous Territory of San José de UchupiamonasDownload
The study I present here is about Indigenous knowledge and its integration with science. The purpose of working with such integration, is to propose management principles for an area in the Bolivian Amazon that is both a national park and Indigenous territory—a double category area.The...