March 06, 2017

North Coast: Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Keystone Marine Species and Ecosystems:Archival Bibliography:1850 to 2017

This bibliography demonstrates some of the archival materials (published materials and grey literature) researched under the Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Keystone Marine Species and Ecosystems project. This project was led by the Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation, in partnership with the Cher-Ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria, Wiyot Tribe, and InterTribal Sinkyone Wilderness Council. Archival information was searched specifically for the five cultural and ecological keystone marine species, which included abalone, clams, mussels, seaweed, and smelt, and used by and/or located within the territories of the Tribal groups included in the project. This list is not inclusive of all of the archival information located, analyzed, and incorporated into the project. Certain sources deemed to have highly sensitive or confidential information are not included in the provided list. 

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  • nc_tek_archival_bibliography.pdf
  • methods_and_sampling_metadata_archival_bibliography.pdf
  • nc_tek_archival_bibliography_metadata.csv
  • eml-node-3289.xml
  • nc_mpa_boundaryinformation_lookup_table.csv
  • nc_mpa_boundaryinformation_lookup_table_metadata.csv
  • nc_mpa_baselinemonitoringinformation_lookup_table.csv
  • nc_mpa_baselinemonitoringinformation_lookup_table_metadata.csv
  • oceanspaces_datauseattribution.pdf
  • interview_questions_mpa_marine_itk_project.pdf