Hunting and Monitoring: Community-Based Research in Xerente Indigenous Land, Brazilian Cerrado
Community-based research that involves participatory monitoring has been increasingly used in studies on hunting activity in traditional societies of the Neotropics, particularly in the rainforest environment. We present the results from a year-long study of participatory monitoring of hunting in 10 villages in Xerente indigenous land in the Brazilian Cerrado, an initiative to build a sustainable-use program for local hunting. Fifty-two hunters recorded data on 390 hunts involving 451 kills and...[Show more]
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|Source:||Human Ecology Review|
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