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Projects

 






Publications

Thomas, M. B. 2000. Index of Journal Articles Presented in the Journal of Ethnobiology from 1981-1999.

W. McClatchey, A. Paul, T. Flaster and V. McClatchey. 1999. An Evaluation of Educational Trends in Economic and Ethnobotany.


CIEER FAQ's

FAQ 4
In Press - Index of Journal of Economic Botany Medicinal Plant Research
FAQ 5 In Press - Preparing Ethnobotanical Plant Specimens for Deposit as Herbarium Vouchers

Field Research
Brazil - Projecto Pataxo | "Medicinal Plant Use of the Pataxo Community in Barra Velha, Bahia, Brasil."
Field Guide to the Medicinal Plants of the Pataxo, Bahia Brazil

Jamaica - Medicinal Plants of Maroon Descendents and other Herbalists, Port Antonio

Thailand - Arika Virapongse, Fullbright Fellow, Khon Kaen University

Institutional Capacity Building
CIEER Website Design and Development - www.cieer.org
Networking with Existing Conservation/Educational Organizations & Institutions
Website design & development for Portland Environmental Protection Association (PEPA), Jamaica

Education
Development of Distance Education On-line Courses
(Pending additional funding)

Scientific Societies



Society for Economic Botany
2002
Annual meeting
[ Vol 55(2) ]


International
Society of Ethnobiology


Society of Ethnobiology

[ Abstracts ]


[ Abstracts ]

Partners


Educational Resources



Medicinal Plants
of Madagascar


Plantas Medicinais
CD-ROM


Mayan Ethnomedical Encylopedia CD-ROM


Herbal Remedies
CD-ROM


Rainforest Researchers
CD-ROM


Tom Snyder Productions

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