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    • Community-based Monitoring Discussion paper 

      Retter, Gunn-Berit; Gofman, Victoria; Fleener, Craig; Peskov, Vladislav; Torikka-Gelencsér, Ritva (Fleener, C., Gofman, V., Peskov, V., Retter, G-B., Torikka-Gelencsér, R., 2004. Community-based Monitoring – a discussion paper. Supporting publication to the CAFF Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program – Framework Document. CAFF CBMP Report No. 9, CAFF International Secretariat, Akureyri, Iceland, 21 pp., 2004)
      A discussion for the development of a community-based monitoring component to the CBMP and examination of monitoring programs under development by the Permanent Participants of the Arctic Council.
    • Conservation Value of Sacred Sites of Indigenous People of the Arctic: A Case Study in Northern Russia 

      Unknown author (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2004)
      Working with Indigenous communities, organizations and researchers in the Yamal and Koryak Autonomous Okrugs to address conservation and cultural heritage on a large scale.
    • Aleut Ethnobotany: An Annotated Bibliography 

      Veltre, Douglas W.; Pendleton, Catherine L.; Schively, Stephanie A.; Hay, Jessica A.; Tatarenkova, Natalia (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2006-10)
      An initial examination of the literature pertaining to the traditional, historical, and contemporary Aleut use of plant resources.
    • CBMP Five Year Implementation Plan: Developing an Integrated and Sustained Arctic Biodiversity Monitoring Network 

      Gill, Michael; Barry, Tom (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2008-03)
      Description of the main activities and focus of the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program (CBMP) from March 2008-2013.
    • Strategy for Facilitating and Developing Community-based Monitoring: Approaches in Arctic Biodiversity Monitoring 

      Huntington, Henry (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2008-03)
      A strategy for integrating Arctic community-based monitoring efforts into the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program (CBMP).
    • How to Include Community Based Monitoring and Traditional Knowledge into the SAON Process- a Proposal on Ways Forward 

      CAFF (2009)
      At a teleconference on June 16th 2009 of the SAON‐Steering Group (SG) an action plan for the next stage in the SAON process was discussed. It was determined that item 2.c of the action plan is important and work should be ...
    • The Community-based Monitoring Handbook: Lessons from the Arctic and beyond 

      Gofman, Victoria (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2010-10)
      "The Community-based Monitoring Handbook has been written to enhance the role of community-based observations in current and emerging research projects in the Arctic. The main principles of community-based monitoring ...
    • ECORA: Lessons learned 

      Larsen, Thor S.; Kurvits, Tiina; Kuznetsov, Evgeny (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2011-05)
      The project aimed to secure the integrity of some of the world’s last remaining pristine areas and support the livelihoods of indigenous and local peoples. The development objective of the project was the conservation and ...
    • Project Summary: Bering Sea Sub-Network II 

      CAFF (2015)
      This document summarises the work of the Bering Sea Sub-Network (BSSN) II project, which provided a means for remote Indigenous villages around the Bering Sea to communicate their observations about the environment and ...
    • Traditional Knowledge & Community-based Monitoring. Progress Report. 

      Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2015-04)
      The Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) Arctic Council working group has a longstanding recognition of the importance of Traditional Knowledge (TK) and Community Based Monitoring (CBM) and has endeavored to ...
    • Arctic Traditional Knowledge and Wisdom: Changes in the North American Arctic 

      CAFF (2017)
      This report, written in large part by Arctic indigenous peoples, acknowledges the importance of including Arctic indigenous peoples Traditional Knowledge and Wisdom (TK&W) in scientific efforts to fully understand the ...