The Journal of Ecological Anthropology (JEA), ISSN 1528-6509, is a double-blind peer-reviewed interdisciplinary forum for innovative exploration of the interface between humans and their sociocultural and biophysical environments. Subject areas include, but are not limited to, historical ecology, anthropology of development and conservation, evolution of human ecosystems, indigenous and local knowledge, ethnoecology, ecology of health, wellness, and nutrition, environmental change, resources management, multi-species relations, anthropology of food and agriculture, nature and society, political ecology, socio-ecological systems, paleoecology, complex systems, primate socioecology, and information ecology.
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Header image credits: far left photo (prayer flags in Nepal) by Jeremy Spoon, Portland State University, http://jeremyspoon.com/; center photo (young boy holding plant) and upper right photo (edible flowers in Santa Cruz, Toledo, Belize): Kristina Baines, Guttman Community College, CUNY, http://www.coolanthropology.com/; middle bottom right photo (earthen house): public domain; all other photos: Rebecca Zarger, University of South Florida, http://rzarger.blog.usf.edu.
Current Issue: Volume 23, Issue 1 (2021)
Local People’s Perceptions of Benefits and Costs of Protected Areas: The Case of Tarangire National Park and the Surrounding Ecosystem, Northern Tanzania
Felix J. Mkonyi
The struggle of indigenous people of the lower Rio Mayo, northwestern Mexico for water resources: an overview and a critical assessment
Arthur D. Murphy, Diana Luque, Angelina Martínez-Yrízar, and Alberto Búrquez Montijo
Yellowtail Snapper: Human-Ecological Relationships in the South Florida Fishery
Brent Stoffle and Amanda D. Stoltz
Discovering Local Discourses about Climate Change