Welcome to the Guest Author Column pages! We invite TEK practitioners to submit columns for posting to this site, addressing topics and issues relevant to the TEK community. Please visit the Contact Us page. We are pleased to present the following columns.
Sarah Rinkevich, Ph.D., University of Arizona
How Traditional Ecological Knowledge Can Inform The Field of Conservation Biology
September 23, 2021
Stefani A. Crabree, Ph.D., with Evan A. Holt, Ph.D. student, Utah State University, United States
Studying the Human Place in Food Webs
July 16, 2020
Annie Ross, Ph.D., University of Queensland, Australia
Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Indigenous Science, Archaeology and "Truth"
June 27, 2019
Henry P. Huntington, Ph.D., Canada
The Many Dimensions of Knowledge
January 28, 2019
George Nicholas, Ph.D., Simon Fraser University, Canada
Converging or Contradictory Ways of Knowing: Assessing the Scientific Nature of Traditional Knowledge
April 24, 2018
Gary S. Morishima, Quinault Management Center, Quinault Indian Nation, United States
Open Eyes, Open Minds
November 13, 2017
Francois-Michel Le Tourneau, Ph.D., UMI 3157 Iglobes CNRS, France/University of Arizona, United States
Local people matter
April 21, 2017
Dr. Dave Ostergren and Hannah Barg, Goshen College, United States
Learning how to Navigate Ecological Landscapes Together: The importance of TEK in the ecological restoration field
December 2, 2016
Dr. Joe Watkins, Tribal Liaison; Chief, Tribal Relations & American Cultures; and Supervisory Cultural Anthropologist, National Park Service, United States
Welcome to the Inaugural Edition of the Traditional Ecological Knowledge Website!
February 8, 2016
The views of the authors do not necessarily represent those of the National Park Service.