• Building biocultural approaches into Aotearoa – New Zealand’s conservation future 

    Lyver, Phil O'B; Ruru, Jacinta; Scott, Nigel; Tylianakis, Jason M.; Arnold, Jason; Malinen, Sanna K.; Bataille, Corinne Y.; Herse, Mark P.; Johes, Christopher J.; Gormley, Andrew M.; Peltzer, Duane A.; Taura, Yvonne; Timoti, Puke; Stone, Clive; Wilcox, Mahuru; Moller, Henrik
    Indigenous peoples’ roles in conservation are important because they offer alternate perspectives and knowledge centred on the quality of the human–environment relationship. Here, we present examples of Māori cultural ...
  • Human Perceptions of Megafaunal Extinction Events Revealed by Linguistic Analysis of Indigenous Oral Traditions 

    Wehi, Priscilla M.; Cox, Murray P; Roa, Tom; Whaanga, Hemi
    Human settlement into new regions is typically accompanied by waves of animal extinctions, yet we have limited understanding of how human communities perceived and responded to such ecological crises. The first megafaunal ...