Journal of Ethnobiology

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Ethnobiology is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Scientists' Warning to Humanity on Threats to Indigenous and Local Knowledge Systems82
Philosophy of Ethnobiology: Understanding Knowledge Integration and Its Limitations56
Ethnobiology Phase VI: Decolonizing Institutions, Projects, and Scholarship38
Bane or Blessing? Reviewing Cultural Values of Bats across the Asia-Pacific Region25
Dog-Human Coevolution: Cross-Cultural Analysis of Multiple Hypotheses16
Using Traditional Ecological Knowledge to Understand the Diversity and Abundance of Culturally Important Trees16
Ethnobiology of Bats: Exploring Human-Bat Inter-Relationships in a Rapidly Changing World16
Relations of Blood: Hunting Taboos and Wildlife Conservation in the Idu Mishmi of Northeast India15
Social and Biological Correlates of Wild Meat Consumption and Trade by Rural Communities in the Jutaí River Basin, Central Amazonia14
Ethnobotanical Knowledge Encoded in Weenhayek Oral Tradition13
Attitudes towards Bats in Swedish History12
Crop Diversity Management: Sereer Smallholders' Response to Climatic Variability in Senegal12
Attitudes towards and Relationships with Cave-Roosting Bats in Northwest Cambodia12
Coexistence through the Ages: The Role of Native Livestock Guardian Dogs and Traditional Ecological Knowledge as Key Resources in Conflict Mitigation between Pastoralists and Large Carnivores in the R12
Understanding Local Ecological Knowledge, Ethnozoology, and Public Opinion to Improve Pangolin Conservation in the Center and East Regions of Cameroon11
Wild Meat Species, Climate Change, and Indigenous Amazonians11
Interactions between Climate Change and Infrastructure Projects in Changing Water Resources: An Ethnobiological Perspective from the Daasanach, Kenya11
Conceptualizing Indigenous Cultural Ecosystem Services (ICES) and Benefits under Changing Climate Conditions in the Klamath River Basin and Their Implications for Land Management and Governance11
Wild Meat in Changing Times10
Widespread Use of Traditional Techniques by Local People for Hunting the Yellow-Footed Tortoise (Chelonoidis denticulatus) Across the Amazon10
Negotiating the Futures of Nature and Cultures: Perspectives from Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities about the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework10
Human-Dog Relationships across Communities Surrounding Ranomafana and Andasibe-Mantadia National Parks, Madagascar10
Dogs and People: Exploring the Human-Dog Connection9
Human-Bat Interactions in Rural Southwestern Madagascar through a Biocultural Lens9
Listening to Bats: Namibian Pastoralists' Perspectives, Stories, and Experiences9
Traditional Agriculture and Food Sovereignty: Quilombola Knowledge and Management of Food Crops8
At the Crossroad of Emergency: Ethnobiology, Climate Change, and Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities8
The Origins of Maya Stingless Beekeeping8
Wild Meat Trade Chain on the Bird's Head Peninsula of West Papua Province, Indonesia7
Sweetness beyond Desserts: The Cultural, Symbolic, and Botanical History of Angelica (Angelica archangelica) in the Nordic Region7
“That Was Our Candy!”: Sweet Foods in Indigenous Peoples' Traditional Diets in Northwestern North America7
Age, Religion, and Taboos Influence Subsistence Hunting by Indigenous People of the Lower Madeira River, Brazilian Amazon7
Ambiguous Birds: Ideas about Bats on Flores Island and Elsewhere6
Love Sustains Life:Jkyo jkwainïand Allied Strategies in Caring for the Earth6
A Long-Term Assessment of the Use of Phoenix theophrasti Greuter (Cretan Date Palm): The Ethnobotany and Archaeobotany of a Neglected Palm6
Adaptive Management Strategies of Local Communities in Two Amazonian Floodplain Ecosystems in the Face of Extreme Climate Events6
Adaptation Measures to Climate Change as Perceived by Smallholder Farmers in the Andes6
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