Savannas and Dry Forests: Linking People with Nature

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Jayalaxshmi Mistry, Andrea Berardi
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - 274 páginas
This volume focuses on the roles of past, present and future human perceptions and actions on savannas and dry forests, examining how the views of local farmers, NGO workers, government officials and international scientists differ on the links between the social and ecological components of savannas.
 

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Índice

Framing Field Expansion Strategies in the Savanna Biome
19
Burkina Faso
23
Tables
24
Trends Cycles and Entry Points in the Dry Forest Landscapes
53
A Discussion
77
Assessing Overgrazing in Savannas
105
Fire Management for Biological Conservation in
129
the gradient of cerrado sensu lato physiognomies modified
130
Synergies in Biodiversity Conservation and Adaptation
187
dashed line
199
functions
206
Interactions between SudanoSahelian Savannas and Parklands
227
Potential for Mitigation of Deforestation and Negative Offfarm
241
206
262
A Multidisciplinary and Participatory Research Approach
265
Index
273

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138
A Landscapescale Human
155

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Acerca do autor (2006)

Jay Mistry is a Lecturer in the Department of Geography at the Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. Andrea Berardi is a Lecturer for the Open University, UK.

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