Browsing SDZWA Research Publications by Subject "AGRICULTURE"
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Distribution and population patterns of the threatened palm Brahea aculeata in a tropical dry forest in Sonora, MexicoThe use of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) has great potential for the conservation of natural resources and rural development…. However, in most cases basic ecological information, such as distribution and abundance of the species is unknown, as is information on the ecological implications of human impacts, such as leaf harvest and livestock grazing…. Results from this study will be used to develop appropriate conservation, management and restoration plans of B. aculeata in the area.
Environmental violence and the socio-environmental (de)evolution of a landscape in the San Quintín Valley.The social and environmental effects of industrial agriculture in the San Quintín Valley of Baja California are closely related. An environmental history of the...
Source–sink population dynamics and sustainable leaf harvesting of the understory palm Chamaedorea radicalisIn this study we assessed the sustainability of leaf harvesting of the palm Chamaedorea radicalis by modeling the dynamics of harvested populations using stage-structured transition matrices. Within the study site, El Cielo Biosphere Reserve, palm demography and population growth is dependent on substrate type; a relationship that is due to the role of rock outcrops as a refuge from herbivory by free-ranging livestock....