5 edition of Reindeer Nomads Meet the Market found in the catalog.
February 28, 2006
by Lit Verlag
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||408|
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Muenster: Litverlag (Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia) vol. 6, pp, ISBN x. Stammler, Florian Meet The Tsaatan Nomads In Mongolia Who Live Like No One Else. Tsaatan people are reindeer herders and live in northern Khövsgöl Aimag of Mongolia. Originally from across the border in what is now the Tuva Republic of Russia, the Tsaatan are one of the last groups of nomadic reindeer herders in the world.
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Litverlag-Halle Studies in the Antrhopology of Eurasia, Muenster. Zen'ko, M. Contemporary Yamal: ethnoecological and ethnosocial problems. Reindeer nomads meet the market: culture, property and globalisation at the "End of the land". This book is a shortened version of our popular "Reindeer: Nomads of the North" and is intended for beginning readers.
With only easy to read words, young children can experience for themselves the joy of learning about the reindeer. Kurzrezensionen. By Kaarina Lukin. Topics: Stammler, Florian: Reindeer nomads meet the market, kirja-arvostelut - poronhoito - nenetsit, book reviews - reindeer husbandry - Author: Kaarina Lukin.
The Nenet diet is based on reindeer meat and fish. Every three or four days, they kill a reindeer. Every part of the reindeer is used. Lassos are crafted from reindeer tendons; tools and sledge parts from bones. The covers of the tents (teepees) called “choom” or “mya“, are made from reindeer hide and mounted on heavy wooden poles.
The. The question that prompted this study was how the Nenets reindeer herders perceived the effect of climate change on reindeer husbandry. This chapter presents local understanding of reindeer husbandry related exposure-sensitivities, climatic influences on reindeer herding and local reactions to recent climate by: 8.
Ethnographic tour to Russia – visit Yamal natives Nenets people and The Reindeer Herder’s Festival in Salekhard and Aksarka, Yamal is one of the harshest, challenging and interesting regions of Russia.
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A reindeer is a fur covered animal. Reindeer look like the animals that are said to pull Santa’s sleigh, but they don’t Brand: Reindeer husbandry represents a major land use in the Barents region, and has been predicted to be adversely affected by climate change.
This paper considers the likely response of reindeer husbandry to changes both in climate and in socio-economic circumstances in the four countries of the Barents region from to Key natural factors include Cited by: