Data from: Indigenous knowledge of key ecological processes confers resilience to a small-scale kelp fishery

Hannah Kobluk, Keith Gladstone, Mike Reid, Kelly Brown, Kira Krumhansl & Anne Salomon
1. Feedbacks between social and ecological processes can lead to sustainable stewardship practices that support ecological resilience among harvested populations. This is evident along the world’s coast lines, where Indigenous knowledge systems have facilitated millennia of human nature coexistence. However, social-ecological conditions globally are quickly shifting, posing challenges for coastal Indigenous communities where customary harvest of ocean resources, such as kelps, need to adapt to growing markets, novel climates and changing governance regimes. Consequently, a...
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