Disentangling the relative effects of bushmeat availability on human nutrition in central Africa

@inproceedings{Fa2015DisentanglingTR,
  title={Disentangling the relative effects of bushmeat availability on human nutrition in central Africa},
  author={John E Fa and Jes{\'u}s Olivero and Raimundo Real and Miguel {\'A}ngel Farf{\'a}n and Ana Luz M{\'a}rquez and Juan Mario Vargas and Stefan Ziegler and Martin Wegmann and Andrew Robert Fausset and Barrie M. Margetts and Robert Nasi},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
We studied links between human malnutrition and wild meat availability within the Rainforest Biotic Zone in central Africa. We distinguished two distinct hunted mammalian diversity distributions, one in the rainforest areas (Deep Rainforest Diversity, DRD) containing taxa of lower hunting sustainability, the other in the northern rainforest-savanna mosaic, with species of greater hunting potential (Marginal Rainforest Diversity, MRD). Wild meat availability, assessed by standing crop mammalian… CONTINUE READING
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