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CASTRO, Damian. Redes de distribución de caribú en Sheshatshiu, Labrador: una estrategia de modelización. Avá [online]. 2009, n.14, pp. 0-0. ISSN 1851-1694.
The town of Sheshatshiu, located in the Quebec-Labrador peninsula, is one of the settlements created by the Canadian government in the 1950s and 1960s. In spite of the nutritional crisis that the forced sedentarization produced, caribou is still an important part of the Innu diet and culture. The goal of this paper is to show a modeling strategy of the caribou distribution in Sheshatshiu. The selected methodology includes three steps. The first modeling step is the design of a database to store the distribution information obtained from a random survey of 30 households and a subsequent snowball survey. The second step is to determine the clusterization, connectivity and centrality measures, using UCINET software. The third and last step is establishing the scope of caribou distribution using the previous procedures.
Palabras llave : Innu; Caribou; Modeling; Social networks.