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Methods Klamath Tribes: Traditional Hunting and Gathering Resources, Seasonal Calendar and Evaluation of Impacts of Climate Change - Draft Report

Klamath Basin Tribal Youth Program


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The Klamath Basin is under constant stress due to a changing climate, unpredictable weather patterns, and management of the forests. The physical geography of the Klamath Basin itself is at the heart of many of the regions ecological issues. With much of the Western U.S. suffering from several years of drought, the disruptions caused by urbanization, expansive agriculture, and climate change are causing problems for the traditional practices of the members of the Klamath Tribes in the Upper Klamath Basin. The Klamath Basin sprawls over the state boundary of California and Oregon, politically dividing the upper and lower basins. Vast differences in landscape, ecology, and topography further isolate the communities between the upper [...]


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Shahnie Clark

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