Fuegian


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Fuegian

1. of or relating to Tierra del Fuego or its indigenous Indians
2. an Indian of Tierra del Fuego
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Building effective alliances between research and management to mitigate the impacts of an invasive ecosystem engineer: Lessons from the study and control of Castor canadensis in the Fuegian Archipelago.
Our studies, on the other hand, were carried out regarding the Fuegian ecotone, between the steppe and the southern forest area covering the central part of the island where the relief is more pronounced than that of the steppe and is characterized by a mosaic of small patches of open forest of Nothofagus antarctica alternating with bunch of grasses in the higher parts and herbaceous communities in the depressions (Cassola et al.
Lucas Bridges, a British missionary among the Fuegian Indians born in 1874, with many other historical and perhaps more dignified images, some of which illustrated my article.
The Tierra del Fuegian word mamihlapinatapai and the Dobuan concept of wabuwabu both reveal that human actors may be aware of the formal logic of strategic interactions, of the need to find practical solutions to problems inherent in that logic and of the risks entailed in either the logic itself or in the variety of opportunities presented by that logic.
Coming from just off the pace inside the last furlong his power finish saw him a comfortable winner from Fuegian who had set sail earlier in a bid to repeat his previous course win.
Perhaps the more interesting question with regard to overall diversity in southern Patagonia is why Fuegian (forested areas south of the Valdivian region) and southern Patagonian faunas are so diverse.
There is a funny poem about Hegel's odd notion that the seesaw is an effective remedy for lunacy (though no odder perhaps and a lot more humane than electric-shock therapy); another which develops in an almost metaphysical way the different meanings of "far-away" in Zulu, Fuegian, and Hollandese; one which pokes fun at academic discourse ("Early Inscription"); another that consists of an elaboration of dialect puns on the days of the week ("The Week's Events").
But also teach about the excellence of Pygmy bushcraft and Fuegian survival in the world's harshest climate.
Furthermore, we found that on average, the Brunswick Peninsula rivers had lower density of active beaver dams than the rivers on Navarino Island, which had similar or lower densities than other streams on the Fuegian Archipelago with a similar colonization history (Table 5; Lizarralde, 1993; Skewes et al.
Darwin's early musings turned to the Fuegian episode.
New Records for the Fuegian moss Flora and the status of Oedipodium fuegianum Kuhn et Gonc.