Book details

Publication date: January 1992
Features: 15 B&W photographs, tables, references
Series: Occasional Publications Series
Keywords: Human Ecology / Native Studies / Northern Canada
Subject(s): SOCIAL SCIENCE / Regional Studies, Human Ecology / Native Studies / Northern Canada, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Research, Social research & statistics, Human Ecology / Native Studies / Northern Canada, Arctic, Social Sciences
Publisher(s): The University of Alberta Press, Faculty of Home Economics

Rick Riewe. Rick Riewe's research interests include human interactions with climate change in the Hudson Bay Region; impacts of northern development upon circumpolar peoples; wildlife ecology; boreal ecology; northern wildlife management; northern native harvesting and utilization of wildlife; northern land claims; environmental impact assessment; and the ecology of prairie grasslandsl; wildlife products utilized by Circumpolar Aboriginal peoples; the roles of aboriginal women in the domestic economy; and the ethnology of Circumpolar Peoples. He received a Ph.D. in Zoology from Memorial University of Newfoundland, and the University of Manitoba.

Jill Oakes.

ISBNs: 9780919058781 978-0-919058-78-1 Title: human ecology ISBNs: 9781772121827 978-1-77212-182-7 Title: human ecology