Traditional Use Studies Print Resource,
Honda - McNeil, Jamie and Denise Parsons (eds.) Best practices handbook for
traditional use studies. Edmonton: Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, 2003.
Studies highlighting all the components of such work. According to this handbook, there are three phases in a successful TUS: Planning, Conducting, and Applying. This is a publication of Alberta Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development
Garvin, Terry, Shirley Nelson, Erik Ellehoj, and Barbara Redmond. A guide to conducting a traditional knowledge and land use study. Edmonton: Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, 2001.
Tobias, Terry. Chief Kerry's Moose: A Guidebook to land use and occupancy mapping, research design. Vancouver: Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs, 2000.
Bill, Lea. A report of wisdom synthesized from the traditional knowledge component studies. Edmonton: Northern River Basins Study, 1996.
Nelson, Shirley Jane. The utilization of traditional knowledge, land use and occupancy studies: a case study from western Alberta, Canada
Ryan, Joan and Michael P. Robinson. Participatory action research: an examination of two northern case studies. Calgary: Arctic Institute of North America, the University of Calgary,1992.
Garvin, Terry. There is still survival out there; a traditional land use and occupancy study of the Fort Mckay First Nations. Fort McKay: Arctic Institute of North America, 1994.
Uses for Traditional Use Studies
Government of Alberta. Alberta oil sands consultations factsheets. Edmonton: Government of Alberta, 2007.
MacKinnon, Laura. Revisiting traditional land use and occupancy studies: relevance and implications for resource management in Alberta. Edmonton: Sustainable Forest Management Network, 1999.
Robinson, Mike, Terry Garvin, and Gordon Hodgson. Mapping how we use our land: using participatory action research. ANDC and Canada/Alberta Partnership Agreement in Forestry, 1994.
Robinson, Mike. Strengthening the role of indigenous people and their communities in the context of sustainable development.Edmonton: Sustainable Forest Management Network, 1999.
Stevenson, Marc G. Traditional Knowledge and Sustainable Forest Management.
Edmonton: Sustainable Forest Management, 2005.