Nancy Turner
Nancy Turner
Professor, Environmental Studies, University of Victoria
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TitleCited byYear
Conservation and the social sciences
MB Mascia, JP Brosius, TA Dobson, BC Forbes, L Horowitz, MA McKean, ...
Conservation biology 17 (3), 649-650, 2003
6422003
Cultural keystone species: implications for ecological conservation and restoration
A Garibaldi, N Turner
Ecology and society 9 (3), 2004
5742004
Traditional ecological knowledge and wisdom of aboriginal peoples in British Columbia
NJ Turner, MB Ignace, R Ignace
Ecological applications 10 (5), 1275-1287, 2000
5672000
Knowledge, learning and the evolution of conservation practice for social-ecological system resilience
F Berkes, NJ Turner
Human ecology 34 (4), 479, 2006
4722006
Opinion: Why protect nature? Rethinking values and the environment
KMA Chan, P Balvanera, K Benessaiah, M Chapman, S Díaz, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (6), 1462-1465, 2016
4572016
Traditional plant foods of Canadian indigenous peoples: nutrition, botany, and use
HV Kuhnlein, NJ Turner
Taylor & Francis, 1991
3251991
Living on the edge: ecological and cultural edges as sources of diversity for social—ecological resilience
NJ Turner, IJ Davidson-Hunt, M O'flaherty
Human Ecology 31 (3), 439-461, 2003
2902003
“It's so different today”: Climate change and indigenous lifeways in British Columbia, Canada
NJ Turner, H Clifton
Global Environmental Change 19 (2), 180-190, 2009
2532009
The earth's blanket: traditional teachings for sustainable living
NJ Turner
D & M Publishers, 2008
2382008
Keeping it living: traditions of plant use and cultivation on the Northwest Coast of North America
D Deur, NJ Turner
University of Washington Press, 2005
232*2005
“The importance of a rose”: evaluating the cultural significance of plants in Thompson and Lillooet Interior Salish
NJ Turner
American anthropologist 90 (2), 272-290, 1988
2181988
Food plants of coastal First Peoples
NJ Turner
uBC Press, 1995
201*1995
Ecosystem services and beyond: Using multiple metaphors to understand human–environment relationships
CM Raymond, GG Singh, K Benessaiah, JR Bernhardt, J Levine, ...
BioScience 63 (7), 536-546, 2013
1992013
Coming to understanding: developing conservation through incremental learning in the Pacific Northwest
NJ Turner, F Berkes
Human Ecology 34 (4), 495-513, 2006
1962006
From invisibility to transparency: identifying the implications
N Turner, R Gregory, C Brooks, L Failing, T Satterfield
Resilience Alliance, 2008
1862008
Ethnoveterinary medicines used for ruminants in British Columbia, Canada
C Lans, N Turner, T Khan, G Brauer, W Boepple
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 3 (1), 11, 2007
1852007
“Where our women used to get the food”: cumulative effects and loss of ethnobotanical knowledge and practice; case study from coastal British Columbia
NJ Turner, KL Turner
Botany 86 (2), 103-115, 2008
1632008
Time to burn:” traditional use of fire to enhance resource production by Aboriginal Peoples in British Columbia
NJ Turner
Indians, fire and the land in the Pacific Northwest, 185-218, 1999
1581999
Thompson ethnobotany: knowledge and usage of plants by the Thompson Indians of British Columbia
NJ Turner, LC Thompson, MT Thompson, AZ York
1421990
Edible and tended wild plants, traditional ecological knowledge and agroecology
NJ Turner, ŁJ Łuczaj, P Migliorini, A Pieroni, AL Dreon, LE Sacchetti, ...
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 30 (1-2), 198-225, 2011
1362011
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