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The management of the burning of flooded savanna grasslands: a look from the native Sáliva people in Colombia2019 Chungará 51 (1): 167-76
  • Alejandro Huertas Herrera
  • Brigitte Luis Guillermo Batiste Ballera
  • Hugoberto Huertas Ramírez
  • Mónica Toro Manríquez
H6/KUL [CHUNGARA-]0716-1182English summary
Theoretical and socioecological consequences of fire foodways2018 American antiquity 83 (4): 619-38
  • Alan P. Sullivan III
  • Philip B. Mink II
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Theoretical and socioecological consequences of fire foodways2018 American antiquity 83 (4): 619-38
  • Alan P. Sullivan III
  • Philip B. Mink II
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Bring back the good fires2018 News from native California 31 (3): 14-17
  • Jared Dahl Aldern
  • Julie Cordero-Lamb
  • Teresa Romero
*H6/KUB [NEWS-]1040-5437
Mosaics of fire and water: the co-emergence of anthropogenic landscapes and intensive seed exploitation in the Australian arid zone2017 Australian archaeology 83 (1-2): 2-19
  • Brian F. Codding
  • David W. Zeanah
  • Douglas W. Bird
  • Rebecca Bliege Bird
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417
Intentional fire-spreading by "firehawk" raptors in northern Australia2017 Journal of ethnobiology 37 (4): 700-18
  • Dick Eussen
  • Erana Loveless
  • Mark Bonta
  • Maxwell Witwer
  • Nathan Ferguson
  • Robert Gosford
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special section 'Birds II'
The long-term context for human-fire relationships on the Jemez Plateau2016 Archaeology Southwest 30 (4): 21-2
  • Christopher I. Roos
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1523-0546in thematic issue 'Fire adds richness to the land'
A landscape architecture of fire: cultural emergence and ecological pyrodiveristy in Australia's Western Desert2016 Current anthropology (Supplement) 57 (13): S65-S79
  • Brian F. Codding
  • Douglas W. Bird
  • Nyalangka Taylor
  • Rebecca Bliege Bird
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204in thematic issue 'Reintegrating anthropology: from inside out'
The Jemez FHiRE Project: an introduction2016 Archaeology Southwest 30 (4): 3-4
  • Christopher I. Ross
  • Thomas W. Swetnam
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1523-0546in thematic issue 'Fire adds richness to the land'
Fire adds richness to the land: ethnographic knowledge about forests and fire2016 Archaeology Southwest 30 (4): 5-6
  • Benrita "Mae" Burnette
  • Ronnie Cachini
  • Sharlot Hart
  • Stewart B. Koyiyumptewa
  • T.J. Ferguson
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1523-0546in thematic issue 'Fire adds richness to the land'
Tree-ring records of forests, people, and fire in the Jemez Mountains2016 Archaeology Southwest 30 (4): 18-20
  • Thomas W. Swetnam
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1523-0546in thematic issue 'Fire adds richness to the land'
Modeling ancient land use and resilient forests in the Jemez mountains2016 Archaeology Southwest 30 (4): 23-4
  • Rachel Loehman
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1523-0546in thematic issue 'Fire adds richness to the land'
Lessons from four centuries of local management for contemporary fire challenges2016 Archaeology Southwest 30 (4): 24-5
  • Christopher I. Roos
  • Thomas W. Swetnam
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1523-0546in thematic issue 'Fire adds richness to the land'
FHiRE outreach: learning about forest fires then and now2016 Archaeology Southwest 30 (4): 25-6
  • Sara Chavarria
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1523-0546in thematic issue 'Fire adds richness to the land'
The Asurini crop field and the beautiful fire of Aí2016 Habitus: revista do Instituto Goiano de Pre-Historia e Antropologia 14 (1): 131-40
  • Caroline Caromano
  • Leandro Matthews Cascón
  • Rui Sérgio Sereni Murrieta
in special issue 'Archaeology of ritual practice'; English summary
An ethnobiological approach to reconstructing indigenous fire regimes in the foothill chaparral of the western Sierra Nevada2015 Journal of ethnobiology 35 (1): 4-36
  • Jeffrey Rosenthal
  • M. Kat Anderson
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special issue 'Fire ecology and ethnobiology'; Spanish summary
A record of overwhelming complexity: high elevation archaeology in northwestern Wyoming2015 Plains anthropologist 60 (236): 355-74
  • Lawrernce Todd
H6/KUB [PLAINS-]0032-0447Memoir 43; monographic issue 'Rocky Mountain archaeology: a tribute to James Benedict'
Do burning practices contribute to caring for country? Contemporary uses of fire for conservation purposes in indigenous Australia2015 Journal of ethnobiology 35 (1): 163-82
  • Bernard Moizo
  • Elodie Fache
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special issue 'Fire ecology and ethnobiology'
Cleaning, protecting, or abating? Making indigenous fire managment "work" in northern Australia2015 Journal of ethnobiology 35 (1): 140-62
  • Aaron M. Petty
  • Ben Orlove
  • Vanessa deKoninck
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special issue 'Fire ecology and ethnobiology'
The human ecology and geography of burning in an unstable savanna environment2015 Journal of ethnobiology 35 (1): 111-39
  • audrey Ko
  • Paul Laris
  • Sebastien Caillault
  • Sepideh Dadashi
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special issue 'Fire ecology and ethnobiology'
Nuwuvi (southern Paiute), shifting fire regimes, and the Carpeneter One Fire in the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area, Nevada2015 Journal of ethnobiology 35 (1): 85-110
  • Brian J. Lefler
  • Christopher Milton
  • Jeremy Spoon
  • Richard Arnold
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special issue 'Fire ecology and ethnobiology'
Prehistoric upland farming, fuelwood, and forest composition on the Cumberland plateau, Kentucky, USA2015 Journal of ethnobiology 35 (1): 60-84
  • Kristen J. Gremillon
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special issue 'Fire ecology and ethnobiology'
Disturbing developments: an archaeobotanical perspective on pinyon-juniper woodland fire ecology, economic resource production, and ecosystem history2015 Journal of ethnobiology 35 (1): 37-59
  • Alan P. Sullivan III
  • Jean N. Berkebile
  • Kathleen M. Forste
  • Ryan M. Washam
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special issue 'Fire ecology and ethnobiology'
Introduction: special issue on fire ecology and ethnobiology2015 Journal of ethnobiology 35 (1): 1-3
  • Cynthia T. Fowler
  • James R. Welch
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771introduction to special issue 'Fire ecology and ethnobiology'
Aboriginal landscape burning and its impact on the summer monsoon of northern Australia2014 Australian archaeology (79): 109-15
  • Karl-Heinz Wyrwoll
  • Michael Notaro
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417in thematic section 'Putting WA archaeology on the map: the inestimable contribution of Charlie Dortch'; with bibliography 83-5
Cultural burn2014 News from native California 27 (4): 30-9
  • Ron W. Goode
*H6/KUB [NEWS-]1040-5437
Rethinking the study of landscape management practices among hunter-gatherers in North America2013 American antiquity 78 (2): 285-301
  • Chuck J. Striplen
  • Kent G. Lightfoot
  • Mark G. Hylkema
  • Rob Q. Cuthrell
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Evidence for a late neolithic age fire-irrigation paddy cultivation system in the lower Yangtze river delta, China2013 Journal of archaeological science 40 (1): 72-8
  • Fuchun Li
  • Lichao Hu
  • Lina Chen
  • Min Gu
  • Zhihong Chao
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
California Indian ethnomycology and associated forest management2013 Journal of ethnobiology 33 (1): 33-85
  • Franck K. Lake
  • M. Kat Anderson
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771Spanish summary
Errakina: pastoral fire use and landscape memory in the Basque region of the French western Pyrenees2013 Journal of ethnobiology 33 (1): 86-104
  • Michael R. Coughlan
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771French summary
Murnong: much more than a food2012 The artefact 35: 29-39
  • Fred Cahir
H6/KE [ARTEFACT-]0044-9075in special issue 'The worlds of plants in Aboriginal Australia: essays in honour of Beth Gott'
The ethnoarchaeology of firewood management in the Fang villages of Equatorial Guinea, Central Africa: implications for the interpretation of wood fuel remains from archaeological sites2011 Journal of anthropological archaeology 30 (3): 375-84
  • Eleni Asouti
  • Ethel Allué Martí
  • Llorenç Picornell Gelabert
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Trees, fire and farmers: making woods and soil in the Maya forest2008 Journal of ethnobiology 28 (2): 231-43
  • Ronald Nigh
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special issue 'Exploring the legacy of the Maya forest'; French and Spanish summaries
Tveskov's straw man: a response to 'Social identity and culture change on the southern Northwest Coast'2008 American anthropologist 110 (1): 156
  • Brian D. Haley
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294comments on MA Tveskov in Amer Anthrop 2007 (109:3), 431-41
Social identity and culture change on the southern Northwest Coast2007 American anthropologist 109 (3): 431-41
  • Mark A. Tveskov
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294
Symbolism and ecological uses of fire among Orochen-Evenki2007 Sibirica: journal of Siberian studies 6 (1): 95-109
  • Donatas Brandisauskas
H6/KW [SIBIRICA-]1361-7362
Women who hunt with fire: Aboriginal resource use and fire regimes in Australia's Western Desert2004 Australian Aboriginal studies (1): 90-96
  • Christopher H. Parker
  • Douglas W. Bird
  • Rebecca Bliege Bird
H6/KX [AUSTRALIAN-]0729-4352in section 'Papers from the Symposium B of the Aura 2000 conference'
Traditional Kumeyaay burning2004 News from native California 18 (1): 37-8
  • Anonymous
*H6/KUB 'NEWS-'1040-5437originally publ in Barona Spirits Speak
Ecological and cultural contributions of controlled fire use by Native Californians: a survey of the literature2003 American Indian culture and research journal 27 (1): 77-90
  • Timothy A. Jordan
H6/KUB 'AMERICAN-'0161-6463
The ecology of late mesolithic Woodland disturbances: model testing with fungal spore assemblage data2003 Journal of archaeological science 30 (2): 185-94
  • J. B. Innes
  • J. J. Blackford
0305-4403
Burning the seasonal mosaic: preventative burning strategies in the wooded savanna of southern Mali2002 Human biology 30 (2): 155-86
  • Paul Laris
0018-7143
Cultural and ecological continuities and discontinuities in coastal New England: landscape manipulation2002 Northeast anthropology 64: 75-84
  • Lucinda McWeeney
1068-9982in thematic issue 'Native coastal New England'; French summary
Use of commercial and non-commercial fuels for household activities in the Panchrukhi block of Himachal Pradesh2001 Journal of human ecology 12 (5): 363-6
  • Neena Vyas
  • Rupa Bakshi
0970-9274
Fire in East Kalimantan: a panoply of practices, views, and [discouraging] effects2001 Borneo research bulletin 32: 24-56
  • Carol J. Pierce Colfer
0006-7806
Seasonal distribution of African savanna fires1992 Nature 359: 812-15
  • D R Cahoon jr