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Subsistence practices of Iliamna Lake Villages: An investigation of dynamics of traditional and local ecological knowledge

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2014

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Kugo, Yoko, 2014, Subsistence practices of Iliamna Lake Villages: An investigation of dynamics of traditional and local ecological knowledge: University of Alaska Anchorage.

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This thesis addressed how Alaska Natives of the Iliamna Lake region have practiced subsistence and indigenous religious traditions to live sustainably in their local environments and how their ways of living have been practiced from the 1960s to 2013. Research was framed from the perspective of traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) to explore the residents' beliefs, practices, and the long-term observation of their local environment in Pedro Bay (predominantly Dena'ina) and Newhalen (predominantly Central Yup'ik). Research methods used included participant observations, key respondent interviews, and mapping exercises. Analysis of the qualitative data indicates that Pedro Bay and Newhalen residents have practiced the same elements [...]

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