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The Resource Development with identity : community, culture, and sustainability in the Andes, edited by Robert E. Rhoades

Development with identity : community, culture, and sustainability in the Andes, edited by Robert E. Rhoades

Label
Development with identity : community, culture, and sustainability in the Andes
Title
Development with identity
Title remainder
community, culture, and sustainability in the Andes
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert E. Rhoades
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Rhoades, Robert E.
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  • Sustainable development
  • Sustainable agriculture
  • Land use
Label
Development with identity : community, culture, and sustainability in the Andes, edited by Robert E. Rhoades
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Robert E. Rhoades, Xavier Zapata Rios and Jenny Aragundy
  • Traversing a landscape of memory /
  • Virginia D. Nazarea, Rafael Guitarra and Robert E. Rhoades
  • Biological diversity in Cotacachi's Andean forests /
  • Marcia Peñafiel, Marco Tipan, Lincoln Nolivos and Karla Vásquez
  • Trees and trade-offs: perceptions of eucalyptus and native trees in Ecuadorian highland communities /
  • Ashley D. Carse
  • Living, dwindling, losing, finding: status and changes in agrobiodiversity of Cotacachi /
  • Kristine Skarb
  • Women and homegardens of Cotacachi /
  • Linking sustainability science, community and culture: a research partnership in Cotacachi, Ecuador /
  • Maricel Piniero
  • Good to eat, good to think: food, culture, and biodiversity in Cotacachi /
  • Juana Camacho
  • Toward sustainable crop production in Cotacachi: an assessment of the soils' nutrient status /
  • Franz Zehetner and William P. Miller
  • Plant-water relations in an Andean landscape: modelling the effect of irrigation on upland crop production /
  • Franz Zehetner, William P. Miller and Xavier Zapata Ríos
  • Water quality and human needs in Cotacachi: the Pichavi watershed /
  • Jenny Aragundy and Xavier Zapata Ríos
  • Local resolution of watershed management trade-offs: the case of Cotacachi /
  • Robert E. Rhoades
  • Fabián Rodríguez with Douglas Southgate
  • Community-based water monitoring in Cotacachi /
  • Sergio S. Ruiz-Cordóva, Bryan L. Duncan, William Deutsch and Nicolás Gómez
  • Why is the earth tired? a comparative analysis of agricultural change and intervention in northern Ecuador /
  • B.C. Campbell
  • Circular migration and community identity: their relationship to the land /
  • Gabriela Flora
  • Social capital and advocacy coalitions: examples of environment issues from Ecuador /
  • Jan L. Flora, Cornelia B. Flora, Florencia Campana, Mary García Bravo and Edith Fernández-Baza -- Future visioning for the Andes: scientific models and local perspectives on landuse change /
  • Robert E. Rhoades and Xavier Zapata Ríos
  • Shaping an Andean landscape: processes affecting topography, soils, and hydrology in Cotacachi /
  • Sustainability science in indigenous communities: reconciling and global agendas /
  • Robert E. Rhoades
  • Franz Zehetner and William P. Miller
  • Incursion, fragmentation and tradition: historical ecology of Andean Cotacachi /
  • A. Shiloh Moates and B.C. Campbell
  • Four decades of land use change in the Cotacachi Andes, 1963-2000 / Xavier Zapata Rios, Robert E. Rhoades, Maria Claudia Segovia and Franz Zehetner
  • Climate change in Cotacachi /
Control code
04b26498868
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xv, 325 p.
Isbn
9780851999494
Lccn
2005008120
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Development with identity : community, culture, and sustainability in the Andes, edited by Robert E. Rhoades
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Robert E. Rhoades, Xavier Zapata Rios and Jenny Aragundy
  • Traversing a landscape of memory /
  • Virginia D. Nazarea, Rafael Guitarra and Robert E. Rhoades
  • Biological diversity in Cotacachi's Andean forests /
  • Marcia Peñafiel, Marco Tipan, Lincoln Nolivos and Karla Vásquez
  • Trees and trade-offs: perceptions of eucalyptus and native trees in Ecuadorian highland communities /
  • Ashley D. Carse
  • Living, dwindling, losing, finding: status and changes in agrobiodiversity of Cotacachi /
  • Kristine Skarb
  • Women and homegardens of Cotacachi /
  • Linking sustainability science, community and culture: a research partnership in Cotacachi, Ecuador /
  • Maricel Piniero
  • Good to eat, good to think: food, culture, and biodiversity in Cotacachi /
  • Juana Camacho
  • Toward sustainable crop production in Cotacachi: an assessment of the soils' nutrient status /
  • Franz Zehetner and William P. Miller
  • Plant-water relations in an Andean landscape: modelling the effect of irrigation on upland crop production /
  • Franz Zehetner, William P. Miller and Xavier Zapata Ríos
  • Water quality and human needs in Cotacachi: the Pichavi watershed /
  • Jenny Aragundy and Xavier Zapata Ríos
  • Local resolution of watershed management trade-offs: the case of Cotacachi /
  • Robert E. Rhoades
  • Fabián Rodríguez with Douglas Southgate
  • Community-based water monitoring in Cotacachi /
  • Sergio S. Ruiz-Cordóva, Bryan L. Duncan, William Deutsch and Nicolás Gómez
  • Why is the earth tired? a comparative analysis of agricultural change and intervention in northern Ecuador /
  • B.C. Campbell
  • Circular migration and community identity: their relationship to the land /
  • Gabriela Flora
  • Social capital and advocacy coalitions: examples of environment issues from Ecuador /
  • Jan L. Flora, Cornelia B. Flora, Florencia Campana, Mary García Bravo and Edith Fernández-Baza -- Future visioning for the Andes: scientific models and local perspectives on landuse change /
  • Robert E. Rhoades and Xavier Zapata Ríos
  • Shaping an Andean landscape: processes affecting topography, soils, and hydrology in Cotacachi /
  • Sustainability science in indigenous communities: reconciling and global agendas /
  • Robert E. Rhoades
  • Franz Zehetner and William P. Miller
  • Incursion, fragmentation and tradition: historical ecology of Andean Cotacachi /
  • A. Shiloh Moates and B.C. Campbell
  • Four decades of land use change in the Cotacachi Andes, 1963-2000 / Xavier Zapata Rios, Robert E. Rhoades, Maria Claudia Segovia and Franz Zehetner
  • Climate change in Cotacachi /
Control code
04b26498868
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xv, 325 p.
Isbn
9780851999494
Lccn
2005008120
Other physical details
ill.

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