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Unique Ecologies of British Columbia (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Chelsey Geralda Armstrong. Dana Lepofsky. Leslie Main Johnson. Nancy Turner.

It is widely understood that humans have varying degrees of influence on a wide range of ecological patterns and processes. In British Columbia an array of landscape management practices have been documented among Indigenous communities resulting in novel ecosystems. Yet, little is known about the range and extent of these eco-human dynamics in pre-settler colonial contexts. We explore the concept of "unique ecologies" as a way of better understanding the untold past of ecological and cultural...