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Development with identity : community, culture and sustainability in the Andes

Author: Robert E Rhoades
Publisher: Wallingford ; Cambridge (Mass.) : CABI Publishing, cop. 2006.
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The book discusses how local people and the environment have engaged each other over time to create contemporary Andean landscapes. It also explores human-environment interaction in relation to  Read more...


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Additional Physical Format: Development with identity [Ressource électronique] : community, culture and sustainability in the Andes / edited by Robert E. Rhoades
Wallingford, GB : CABI Pub., [200.?]
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert E Rhoades
ISBN: 0851999492 9780851999494
OCLC Number: 492398091
Description: 1 vol. (xv-325 p.- [2] p. de pl.) : ill. en noir et en coul., cartes, couv. ill. en coul. ; 26 cm.
Contents: I: Foreword, A T Males, Municipio del Canton Cotacachi,Ecuador II: Acknowledgements PART 1: INTRODUCTION 1: Linking Sustainability Science, Community and Culture: AResearch Partnership in Cotacachi, Ecuador, R E Rhoades PART 2: TIME AND LANDSCAPE IN COTACACHI 2: Shaping an Andean Landscape: Processes AffectingTopography, Soils, and Hydrology in Cotacachi, F Zehetnerand W P Miller, University of Georgia, USA 3: Incursion, Fragmentation and Tradition: Historical Ecologyof Andean Cotacachi, A Shiloh Moates and B C Campbell,University of Georgia, USA 4: Four Decades of Land Use Change in the CotacachiAndes: 1963-2000, X Zapata Rios, SANREM-Andes Project,Ecuador, R E Rhoades, M C Segovia, SEK InternationalUniversity, Ecuador and F Zehetner 5: Climate Change in Cotacachi, R E Rhoades, X Zapata Riosand J Aragundy, SANREM-Andes Project, Ecuador 6: Traversing a Landscape of Memory, V D Nazarea,R Guitarra, UNORCAC, Cotacachi, Ecuador and R E Rhoades PART 3: BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AND USE 7: Biological Diversity in Cotacachi's Andean Forests,M Penafiel, Alianza Jatun Sacha/CDC-Ecuador, Ecuador,M Tipan, Direccion Nacional de Recursos Naturales,Ecuador, L Nolivos and K Vasquez, Universidad Central delEcuador, Ecuador 8: Trees and Trade-Offs: Perceptions of Eucalyptus andNative Trees in Ecuadorian Highland Communities,A D Carse, University of North Carolina, USA 9: Living, Dwindling, Losing, Finding: Status and Changes inAgrobiodiversity of Cotacachi, K Skarbo, Bygda, Stranda,Norway 10: Women and Homegardens of Cotacachi, M Piniero,CATIE/NORAD, Guatemala 11: Good to Eat, Good to Think: Food, Culture, andBiodiversity in Cotacachi, J Camacho, University of Georgia,USA PART 4: SOILS, WATER, AND SUSTAINABILITY 12: Toward Sustainable Crop Production in Cotacachi: AnAssessment of the Soils' Nutrient Status, F Zehetner andW P Miller 13: Plant-Water Relations in an Andean Landscape: Modellingthe Effect of Irrigation on Upland Crop Production,F Zehetner, W P Miller and X Zapata Rios 14: Water Quality and Human Needs in Cotacachi: the PichaviWatershed, J Aragundy and X Zapata Rios 15: Local Resolution of Watershed Management Trade-Offs:The Case of Cotacachi, F Rodriguez with D Southgate, TheOhio State University, USA 16: Community-Based Water Monitoring in Cotacachi,S S Ruiz-Cordova, B L Duncan, W Deutsch and N Gomez,Auburn University, USA PART 5: NEGOTIATING "DEVELOPMENT WITHIDENTITY" 17: Why is the Earth Tired? A Comparative Analysis ofAgricultural Change and Intervention in NorthernEcuador,B C Campbell 18: Circular Migration and Community Identity: TheirRelationship to the Land, G Flora, American Friends ServiceCommittee, USA 19: Social Capital and Advocacy Coalitions: Examples of Environment Issues from Ecuador, JL Flora, CB Flora,Iowa State University, USA, F Campana, M Garcia Bravo,Heifer Project-Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador and E Fernandez-Baza, Peru and Iowa State University, USA 20: Future Visioning for the Andes: Scientific Models andLocal Perspectives on Landuse Change, R E Rhoades andX Zapata Rios 21: Sustainability Science in Indigenous Communities:Reconciling and Global Agendas, R E Rhoades
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