Nancy Turner
Nancy Turner
Professor, Environmental Studies, University of Victoria
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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
Cultural keystone species: implications for ecological conservation and restoration
A Garibaldi, N Turner
Ecology and society 9 (3), 2004
Conservation and the social sciences
MB Mascia, JP Brosius, TA Dobson, BC Forbes, L Horowitz, MA McKean, ...
Conservation biology 17 (3), 649-650, 2003
Traditional ecological knowledge and wisdom of aboriginal peoples in British Columbia
NJ Turner, MB Ignace, R Ignace
Ecological applications 10 (5), 1275-1287, 2000
Knowledge, learning and the evolution of conservation practice for social-ecological system resilience
F Berkes, NJ Turner
Human ecology 34 (4), 479-494, 2006
Traditional plant foods of Canadian indigenous peoples: nutrition, botany and use
HV Kuhnlein, NJ Turner
Routledge, 2020
“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
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
The earth's blanket: Traditional teachings for sustainable living
NJ Turner
D & M Publishers, 2008
“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
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
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
From invisibility to transparency: identifying the implications
NJ Turner, R Gregory, C Brooks, L Failing, T Satterfield
Ecology and society 13 (2), 2008
“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
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), 1-22, 2007
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
Coming to understanding: developing conservation through incremental learning in the Pacific Northwest
NJ Turner, F Berkes
Human ecology 34 (4), 495-513, 2006
Food plants of coastal First Peoples
NJ Turner
uBC Press, 1995
Ancient pathways, ancestral knowledge: ethnobotany and ecological wisdom of indigenous peoples of northwestern North America
N Turner
McGill-Queen's Press-MQUP, 2014
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
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