Simulated Indigenous Management: A New Model for Ecological Restoration in National Parks: Journal Article

"In this essay, we argue for a shift that emphasizes disturbances created by indigenous peoples in the pre-Columbian landscape. We believe that there are areas within various national parks where nature has been influenced by long-term Indian occupation, management and cultural resource management that would reconstruct indigenous disturbances and include approximations for those disturbances as means of restoring and maintaining park landscapes."
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Anderson, M. Kat, and Michael G. Barbour. "Simulated indigenous management: a new model for ecological restoration in national parks."Ecological Restoration 21.4 (2003): 269-277.