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Native knowledge: What ecologists are learning from Indigenous People
by Jim Robbins
Yale Environment 360 Translate This Article
26 April 2018
On 26 April 2018 Yale Environment 360 reported:
Around the globe, researchers are turning to what is known as Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) to fill out an understanding of the natural world. TEK is deep knowledge of a place that has been painstakingly discovered by those who have adapted to it over thousands of years. 'People have relied on this detailed knowledge for their survival,' researcher Henry Huntington and a colleague wrote in an article on the subject. 'They have literally staked their lives on its accuracy and repeatability.'
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