- Subsistence harvest of wildlife
- Subsistence use of wildlife
- found: Work cat.: Huntington, H.P. Wildlife management and subsistence hunting in Alaska, 1992.
- found: Wolfe, R.J. The subsistence harvest of harbor seal and sea lion by Alaska natives in 1992, 1993.
- found: Wolfe, R.J. Subsistence harvest of black brant, emperor geese, and eider ducks in Alaska, 1995.
- found: Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence website, Apr. 20, 2004 (The division's main responsibilities are to conduct research to document subsistence uses, estimate subsistence harvest levels, and evaluate potential impacts to subsistence users from other uses. Research findings are compiled and analyzed to address fish and wildlife management and regulatory issues and to provide information for state and federal land use planning.)
- found: Ojasti, J. Wildlife utilization in Latin America, 1996, via WWW, Nov. 29, 2004: 2.1 Classifying patterns of utilization (Subsistence hunting: Practiced almost exclusively to round out the protein intake of hunters and their families, and generally by indigenous and marginal groups. Some countries explicitly recognize subsistence hunting as a legitimate form of wildlife use.)
- found: LC database, Nov. 29, 2004 (subsistence hunting; subsistence harvest; subsistence use)
- 2004-04-21: new
- 2005-01-14: revised
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