Assessing traditional knowledge on forest uses to understand forest ecosystem dynamics

@inproceedings{Brgi2013AssessingTK,
  title={Assessing traditional knowledge on forest uses to understand forest ecosystem dynamics},
  author={Matthias B{\"u}rgi and Urs Gimmi and Martin Stuber},
  year={2013}
}
  • Matthias Bürgi, Urs Gimmi, Martin Stuber
  • Published 2013
  • Biology
  • Forest ecosystems worldwide are heavily influenced by human activities. Information on these human activities are key for understanding ecosystem dynamics, especially as some of these human activities have long-term consequences, i.e. legacy effects. We assessed the diversity of forest uses across the Swiss Alps and the respective traditional forest-related knowledge (TFRK) by conducting 56 oral history interviews in five regions. As TFRK tends to be underrepresented in written records, oral… CONTINUE READING

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