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City Life in the Midst of the Forest: a Punan Hunter-Gatherer’s Vision of Conservation and Development Ecology and Society
Levang, Patrice; CIFOR / IRD; p.levang@cgiar.org; Sitorus, Soaduon; CIFOR; s.sitorus@cgiar.org; Dounias, Edmond; CIFOR / IRD; e.dounias@cgiar.org.
The Punan Tubu, a group of hunter-gatherers in East-Kalimantan, Indonesia, are used to illustrate the very real trade-offs that are made between conservation and development. This group has undergone various forms of resettlement in the 20th century, to the point that some are now settled close to the city of Malinau whereas others remain in remote locations in the upper Tubu catchment. This study is based on several years of ethnographic and household analysis. The Punan clearly favor both conservation and development. In the city, the Punan benefit from all positive effects of development. Child and infant mortality rates are very low, and illiteracy has been eradicated among the younger generation. However, the Punan complain that nothing in town is...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Borneo; Conservation and development trade-offs; Hunter-gatherers; Indonesia; Modernization; Resettlement; Punan.
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Human exploitation of seabirds in coastal southern Chile during the mid-Holocene RChHN
SIMEONE,ALEJANDRO; NAVARRO,XIMENA.
We analyzed a collection of 738 bird bones, representing a minimum of 71 individuals, found in a settlement of hunter-gatherers from the mid-Holocene, 5,000 years BP, in the coastal locality of Chan Chan, southern Chile. The camp was inhabited for over ca. 500 years, during which time a steady hunting pressure on the local marine resources was exerted, particularly on seabirds. The most abundant taxon (bones/number of individuals) was the red-legged cormorant Phalacrocorax gaimardi (551/44) which was also the prey which provided the highest edible proportion of body mass. Albatrosses Thalassarche cf. melanophris (103/12) and shearwaters Puffinus cf. griseus (20/5) were secondary prey. Cormorants were presumably hunted at their breeding colonies (which are...
Tipo: Journal article Palavras-chave: Zooarchaeology; Hunter-gatherers; Holocene; Seabirds; Phalacrocorax; Chile.
Ano: 2002 URL: http://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0716-078X2002000200012
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