Conservation Value of Sacred Sites of Indigenous People of the Arctic: A Case Study in Northern Russia
Working with Indigenous communities, organizations and researchers in the Yamal and Koryak Autonomous Okrugs to address conservation and cultural heritage on a large scale.
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Meeting of Deputy Ministers Copenhagen, Denmark. May 27, 2010. Statement by the Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North (RAIPON). Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North (RAIPON) (2010-05-27)Statement by the Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North (RAIPON) at the first Deputy Ministers' Meeting of the Arctic Council held in Copenhagen, Denmark 27 May 2010. This statement is in Russian.
Pagnan, Jeanne; Legare, Gregg (Published by Parks Canada on behalf of the Conservation of Flora and Fauna Program of the Arctic Council. This publication was made possible by funding assistance from Environment Canada., 2002)Descriptions of the natural physical, natural ecological, economic, cultural, subsistence use, educations, landscape, societal, scientific and recreational values of Arctic protected areas.
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.