From the text...SUMMARY: '(1) A comparison is made between the visual method of ascertaining the frequency of a species, and a statistical method. The general agreement is noted and the advantages of each mentioned. (2) Using the statistical...
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Notes on page 42 that the Athapaskan people used fire for felling trees