Animals and Pastoral Groups in the Mountainous Ömerli District of Southeast Anatolia
Contributor(s):: Siddiq, Abu Bakar, Şanlı, Süleyman
Southeast Anatolia has been an ideal place for pastoralism since the Neolithic period. However, there is a lack of information on human–animal relationships from both archaeological settlements and contemporary societies in the region. Through ethnographic fieldwork and exploratory case studies...
Variability and Change in Maasai Views of Wildlife and the Implications for Conservation
Contributor(s):: Western, David, Manzolillo Nightingale, D. L., Mose, Victor Nyaliki, Johnson, Ole Sipitiek, Kimiti, Kennedy S.
10,000 YEARS OF PASTORALISM IN ANATOLIA: A REVIEW OF EVIDENCE FOR VARIABILITY IN PASTORAL LIFEWAYS
Contributor(s):: Hammer, Emily Louise, Arbuckle, Benjamin S.
Husbandry practices and mitigation of human-carnivore conflicts : a case of the Maasai Steppe, Tanzania.
Contributor(s):: Ifura Godfrey Ukio
Biodiversity losses are often influenced by humans due to increased demand over natural resources and retaliatory killing of wildlife as a result of human–wildlife conflicts. Large carnivores are in decline globally due to the current human–carnivore conflicts. This study was...
Attitudes and Perceptions of Pet Owners' Understanding of and Satisfaction with the Pet Memorialization Industry
Contributor(s):: Donna Lipari
This thesis explores the bond between owners and their pets and the grief that is experienced upon the death of a companion animal. The goal of this study was to investigate the attitudes and perceptions of pet owners who have lost a pet in the last 5 years, focusing specifically on the pet...
Attitudes of livestock keepers to breeding strategies - Threats and opportunities for on-farm conservation of the Borana cattle breed
Contributor(s):: Kerstin K. Zander
Environmental and market pressures strongly affect cattle breeding in East Africa. While optimising breeding with diverse genetic material can improve income from cattle production, it can also lead to a loss and depletion of valuable animal genetic resources. This study assesses...
'The last Kulak' and other stories of post-privatisation life in Chukotka's tundra
Contributor(s):: Gray, Patty A.
Cani e mufloni: protagonisti della più antica forma di controllo culturale delle risorse animali del Sahara?
Contributor(s):: Cesarino, Felice
Cattle people. Mythical origins and ritual process in East Africa
Contributor(s):: Bonte, Pierre
Confined and sustainable? A critique of recent pastoral policy for reindeer herding in Finnmark, northern Norway
Contributor(s):: Marin, Andrei F.
Experience, movement and mobility: Komi reindeer herders' perception of the environment
Contributor(s):: Habeck, Joachim Otto
How man-animal interaction forms day-trip herding: from a case of goat herding in the pastoral Samburu of northern-central Kenya
Contributor(s):: Shikano, Kazuhiro
Human-animal relations in pastoralism
Contributor(s):: Beach, Hugh, Stammler, Florian
Hunter-herder continuum in Anabarski district, NW Sakha, Siberia, Russian Federation
Contributor(s):: Ventsel, Aimar
Is Siberian reindeer herding in crisis? Living with reindeer fifteen years after the end of socialism
Contributor(s):: Anderson, David G.
Mobility and technology: understanding the vulnerability of two groups of nomadic pastoralists to reindeer losses
Contributor(s):: Dwyer, Mark James
Nabta playa and its role in northeastern African prehistory
Contributor(s):: Wendorf, Fred
Neo-entrepreneurship as an adaptation model of reindeer herding in Finland
Contributor(s):: Heikkinen, Hannu
Reindeer herding in transition: historical and modern day challenges for Alaskan reindeer herders
Contributor(s):: Finstad, Greg L.
Siberian Studies Centre
Contributor(s):: Istomin, Kirill