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|FNST 311 - The Spring Anadromous Fisheries of Lisims in Nisga’a Culture and History|
The Spring Anadromous Fisheries of Lisims in Nisga'a Culture and History. This course provides an opportunity to study the relationship between Nisga'a and spring anadromous fisheries. The focus will be on important fisheries of oolichan and early salmon, such as steelhead. The course content will focus on Nisga'a culture, history, environmental philosophy and knowledge of these fisheries. Course content will include a holistic discussion of the fisheries, including such topics as spirituality, politics and diplomacy, traditional science and technology, and fisheries resource management. Students already receiving credit in FNST 498-3 at WWN prior to passage of this motion will not be eligible to receive credit for FNST 311-3.
Schedule Types: Lecture, Final Exam
( FNST 100 Minimum Grade of D- or FNST 169 Minimum Grade of D- )
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