Understanding Traditional Knowledge for Ecological Restoration:



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Category: Theses and Dissertations

Title: Understanding Traditional Knowledge for Ecological Restoration: A Qualitative Study with the Eastern Band of Cherokee and Southern Appalachian Community Members

Author: *Cooley, N.

Subject: Pre-settlement, Ecological Restoration

Abstract: The primary objective of the research project, Understanding Traditional Knowledge for Ecological Restoration: A Qualitative Interview Study with Cherokee and Southern Appalachian Community Members, in North Carolina was to gather data concerning historical land management practices exemplified by traditional ecological knowledge and practices of the Cherokee Nation, specifically burning. This particular research project was established due to a collaborative effort between the Ecological Restoration Institute (ERI) at Northern Arizona University (NAU) and Coweeta Hydrological Laboratory in Otto, North Carolina. The study was designed to collect information about the fire history of the Southeast focusing on the region historically and currently occupied by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (E.B.C.I) within a two year time frame.

Date: 2004

Type: Thesis

Source: Masters Thesis

Identifier: 14p.

Publisher: NAU School of Forestry, http://www.for.nau.edu

Format: PDF

Language: English