Landscapes of diversity: Indigenous knowledge, sustainable livelihoods and resource governance in montane mainland southeast Asia (2006)

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Mountain environments are unique in many ways, including varied slope gradients, cool climates, and high precipitation, often in the form of snow.  The combination of these heterogenous physical conditions has led to many mountain areas becoming refuges for biodiversity; it has also profoundly influenced the way in which humans have adapted to mountain environments and use them.  In fact, it is the interactions between humans and physical processes that shape mountain environments.
Language: English
Imprint: Reviewed: Edited by Xu Jianchu and Stephen Mikesell. Kunming, China: Yunnan Science and Technology Press, 2003. In Mountain Research and Development, Vol 26, No 1, Feb 2006: 84-85: http://www.bioone.org/doi/pdf/10.1659/0276-4741%282006%29026%5B0084%3ALODIKS%5D2.0.CO%3B2 2006
Series: Book review,
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