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Artículo
Pangolins in global camera trap data: implications for ecological monitoring
Khwaja, Hannah (autora) ; Buchan, Claire (autora) ; Wearn, Oliver R. (autor) ; Bahaa el din, Laila (autora) ; Bantlin, Drew (autor) ; Bernard, Henry (autor) ; Bitariho, Robert (autor) ; Van der Weyde, Leanne K. (autora) ; Bohm, Torsten (autor) ; Borah, Jimmy (autor) ; Brodie, Jedediah (autor) ; Chutipong, Wanlop (autor) ; Preez, Byron du (autor) ; Ebang Mbele, Alex (autor) ; Edwards, Sarah (autora) ; Fairet, Emilie (autora) ; Frechette, Jackson L. (autor) ; Garside, Adrian (autor) ; Gibson, Luke (autor) ; Giordano, Anthony (autor) ; Veeraswami Gopi, Govindan (autor) ; Granados, Alys (autora) ; Gubbi, Sanjay (autor) ; Harich, Franziska (autora) ; Haurez, Barbara (autora) ; Havmøller, Rasmus W. (autor) ; Helmy, Olga (autora) ; Isbell, Lynne A. (autora) ; Jenks, Kate (autora) ; Kalle, Riddhika (autora) ; Kamjing, Anucha (autor) ; Khamcha, Daphawan (autora) ; Kiebou Opepa, Cisquet (autor) ; Kinnaird, Margaret (autora) ; Kruger, Caroline (autora) ; Laudisoit, Anne (autora) ; Lynam, Antony (autor) ; Macdonald, Suzanne E. (autora) ; Mathai, John (autor) ; Metsio Sienne, Julia (autora) ; Meier, Amelia (autora) ; Mills, David (autor) ; Mohd Azlan, Jayasilan (autor) ; Nakashima, Yoshihiro (autor) ; Nash, Helen C. (autora) ; Ngoprasert, Dusit (autor) ; Nguyen, An (autora) ; O’Brien, Tim (autor) ; Olson, David (autor) ; Orbell, Christopher (autor) ; Poulsen, John (autor) ; Ramesh, Tharmalingam (autor) ; Reeder, DeeAnn (autora) ; Reyna Hurtado, Rafael Ángel (autor) ; Rich, Lindsey N. (autora) ; Rode Margono, Johanna (autora) ; Rovero, Francesco (autor) ; Sheil, Douglas (autor) ; Shirley, Matthew H. (autor) ; Stratford, Ken (autor) ; Sukumal, Niti (autor) ; Suwanrat, Saranphat (autora) ; Tantipisanuh, Naruemon (autora) ; Tilker, Andrew (autor) ; Van Berkel, Tim (autor) ; Van der Weyde, Leanne K. (autora) ; Varney, Matthew (autor) ; Weise, Florian (autora) ; Wiesel, Ingrid (autora) ; Wilting, Andreas (autora) ; Wong, Seth T. (autor) ; Waterman, Carly (autora) ; Challender, Daniel W. S. (autor) ;
Contenido en: Global Ecology and Conservation Vol. 20, e00769 (2019), p. 1-14 ISSN: 2351-9894
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Despite being heavily exploited, pangolins (Pholidota: Manidae) have been subject tolimited research, resulting in a lack of reliable population estimates and standardised survey methods for the eight extant species. Camera trapping represents a unique opportunity for broad-scale collaborative species monitoring due to its largely nondiscriminatory nature, which creates considerable volumes of data on a relatively widerange of species. This has the potential to shed light on the ecology of rare, cryptic and understudied taxa, with implications for conservation decision-making. We undertook aglobal analysis of available pangolin data from camera trapping studies across their rangein Africa and Asia. Our aims were (1) to assess the utility of existing camera trapping efforts as a method for monitoring pangolin populations, and (2) to gain insights into the distribution and ecology of pangolins. We analysed data collated from 103 camera trap surveys undertaken across 22 countries that fell within the range of seven of the eight pangolin species, which yielded more than half a million trap nights and 888 pangolin encounters. We ran occupancy analyses on three species (Sunda pangolin Manis javanica, white-bellied pangolin Phataginus tricuspisand giant pangolin Smutsia gigantea).

Detection probabilities varied with forest cover and levels of human influence for P. tricuspis, but were low (<0.05) for all species. Occupancy was associated with distance from rivers for M. javanica and S. gigantea, elevation for P. tricuspis and S. gigantea, forest cover forP. tricuspisand protected area status for M. javanica and P. tricuspis. We conclude that camera traps are suitable for the detection of pangolins and large-scale assessment of their distributions. However, the trapping effort required to monitor populations at any given study site using existing methods appears prohibitively high. This may change in the future should anticipated technological and methodological advances in camera trapping facilitate greater sampling efforts and/or higher probabilities of detection. In particular, targeted camera placement for pangolins is likely to make pangolin monitoring more feasible with moderate sampling efforts.


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Tesis - Maestría
Entre el aprovechamiento y la conservación: conflictos ambientales por actividades de pastoreo al interior de Reservas de la Biosfera / Mariana Xanat Cantú Fernández
Cantú Fernández, Mariana Xanat ; Schmook, Birgit Inge (tutora) ; Macario Mendoza, Pedro A. (evaluador) ;
Chetumal, Quintana Roo, México : El Colegio de la Frontera Sur :: Université de Sherbrooke , 2018
Clasificación: TE/333.72 / C3
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Los pastores forman parte de sociedades que han manejado los recursos naturales desde hace miles de años. En consecuencia, cultura y ecosistemas, han evolucionado en conjunto. Hoy en día, la conservación biológica es una necesidad imperante y ante la generación de diversos instrumentos que permiten la preservación de especies y ecosistemas, surgen procesos de competencia por los recursos naturales, entre la conservación y el aprovechamiento. El objetivo general de esta tesina es describir los conflictos ambientales derivados de las prácticas de pastoreo al interior de Reservas de la Biosfera en el mundo. El texto se divide en tres capítulos que comprenden: (1) la definición de los conceptos básicos y el marco teórico, (2) seis estudios de caso de conflictos ambientales por el pastoreo al interior de Reservas de la Biosfera en África, América Latina y Asia y, (3) la discusión de los resultados y una serie de recomendaciones. Los estudios de caso muestran que el principal factor para el surgimiento de los conflictos ambientales es la falta de reconocimiento de las comunidades locales al instaurar las Reservas de la Biosfera. Las recomendaciones remarcan la importancia de involucrar a todos los actores involucrados en las reservas para la toma de decisiones, además de generar estrategias que favorezcan el respeto a los derechos humanos.

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Agradecimientos
Resumen y palabras clave
Résumé et mots-clés
Lista de cuadros
Lista de figuras
Glosario
Lista de abreviaciones y acrónimos
Introducción
Capítulo 1. Conceptos Clave y Marco Teórico
1.1 Sistemas socio-ecológicos
1.2 Manejo de sistemas socio-ecológicos
1.3 Los recursos de uso común
1.4 Acción colectiva
1.5 Gobernanza
1.6 Justicia
1.7 Conflictos ambientales y problemas perversos
1.8 Las tierras de pastoreo
1.9 Las sociedades pastoriles
1.10 El Programa del Hombre y la Biosfera y las Reservas de la Biosfera
Capítulo 2. Estudios de Caso
2.1 Reserva de la Biosfera del Argán (RBA), Marruecos, África
2.1.1 Caracterización de la RBA
2.1.2 Conflicto por el pastoreo al interior de la RBA
2.2 Reserva de la Biosfera Región W (RBW), Níger-Burkina Faso-Benín, África
2.2.1 Caracterización de la RBW
2.2.2 Conflicto por el pastoreo al interior de la RBW
2.3 Reserva de la Biosfera Lauca (RBL), Chile, América Latina
2.3.1 Caracterización de la RBL
2.3.2 Conflicto por el pastoreo al interior de la RBL
2.4 Reserva de la Biosfera Sierra Gorda, (RBSG), México, América Latina
2.4.1 Caracterización de la RBSG
2.3.2 Conflicto por el pastoreo al interior de la RBL
2.4 Reserva de la Biosfera Sierra Gorda, (RBSG), México, América Latin
2.4.1 Caracterización de la RBSG
2.4.2 Conflicto por el pastoreo al interior de la RBSG
2.5 Reserva de la Biosfera Nanda Devi (RBND), India, Asia
2.5.1 Caracterización de la RBND
2.5.2 Conflicto por el pastoreo al interior de la RBND
2.6 Reserva de la Biosfera Xilin Gol (RBX), China, Asia
2.6.1 Caracterización de la RBX
2.6.2 Conflicto por el pastoreo al interior de la RBX
2.7 Síntesis de los Estudios de Caso

Capítulo 3. Discusión
3.1 Discusión de los resultados de los estudios de caso individuales
3.1.1 Reserva de la Biosfera del Argán
3.1.2 Reserva de la Biosfera Región W
3.1.3 Reserva de la Biosfera Lauca
3.1.4 Reserva de la Biosfera Sierra Gorda
3.1.5 Reserva de la Biosfera Nanda Devi
3.1.6 Reserva de la Biosfera Xilin Gol
3.2 Los conflictos ambientales dentro de RB por actividades de pastoreo
Conclusiones
Referencias


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- Artículo con arbitraje
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Phylogenetic position of the disjunct species Musa ornata (Musaceae): first approach to understand its distribution
Burgos Hernández, Mireya ; González, Dolores (coaut.) ; Castillo Campos, Gonzalo (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution Vol. 64, no. 8 (December 2017), p. 1889–1904 ISSN: 0925-9864
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Musa L. commonly known as the banana group is one of the most important and oldest food crops of humankind. Among the wild relatives with ornamental interest in the genus, Musa ornata Roxb. shows a disjunct distribution between Asia and North America (Mexico). The wild occurrence of this species in Mexico has led to speculation about the evolutionary relationships with its Asian relatives. This study examined the phylogenetic relationships between intercontinental specimens of this species and, based on registered evidence, explored the more likely hypothesis about the origins of its distribution. The phylogeny of intercontinental specimens, along with other representatives of the same genus, was carried out using three molecular markers (ITS, trnLF, and atpB-rbcL) and applying three phylogenetic reconstruction methods: maximum parsimony, maximum likelihood, and Bayesian inference. The genetic analysis of the combined dataset grouped together all the Mexican and most Asian specimens, but the monophyly of the species was not supported. The relationships suggest that Mexican populations may have originated from an Asian invasion. However, several studies and historical documents suggest the presence of Musa in America long before the arrival of Europeans. Based on its current distribution, phylogenetic evidence, and fossil record, this species’ disjunct distribution could be explained in terms of an ancestral distribution range that encompassed America and Asia, followed by its subsequent restriction to the Old World and a secondary dispersal by humans. However, further studies are necessary to shed more light on the origins of this disjunct distribution.


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Libro
El cólera morbus en Yucatán: Medicina y salud pública, 1833-1853 / Paola Peniche Moreno
Peniche Moreno, Paola ;
Distrito Federal, México : Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social :: Miguel Ángel Porrúa , c2016
Clasificación: Y/614.514097265 / P4
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Este libro aborda la mutua relación entre ideas científicas, prácticas médicas y salud pública en Yucatán durante las primeras décadas de vida independiente de México. Se analiza la manera en que las ideas médicas y científicas de la época explicaron y fueron empleadas para atender una nueva enfermedad, sus rasgos generales, difusión e incidencia en las fases de prevención y atención de la emergencia epidémica. También se aborda la gestión de los asuntos de salud pública por parte del naciente estado decimonónico, así como la recepción y grado de aceptación de las ideas científicas procedentes de Europa para encarar al cólera.


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Libro
Tropical peatland ecosystems / Mitsuru Osaki, Nobuyuki Tsuji, editors
Disponible en línea: Tropical peatland ecosystems.
Osaki, Mitsuru (editor) ; Tsuji, Nobuyuki (editor) ;
Tokyo, Japan : Springer Science+Business Media , c2016
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Clasificación: 577.687 / T7
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This book is an excellent resource for scientists, political decision makers, and students interested in the impact of peatlands on climate change and ecosystem function, containing a plethora of recent research results such as monitoring-sensing-modeling for carbon–water flux/storage, biodiversity and peatland management in tropical regions. It is estimated that more than 23 million hectares (62 %) of the total global tropical peatland area are located in Southeast Asia, in lowland or coastal areas of East Sumatra, Kalimantan, West Papua, Papua New Guinea, Brunei, Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah, Sarawak and Southeast Thailand. Tropical peatland has a vital carbon–water storage function and is host to a huge diversity of plant and animal species. Peatland ecosystems are extremely vulnerable to climate change and the impacts of human activities such as logging, drainage and conversion to agricultural land. In Southeast Asia, severe episodic droughts associated with the El Niño-Southern Oscillation, in combination with over-drainage, forest degradation, and land-use changes, have caused widespread peatland fires and microbial peat oxidation. Indonesia's 20 Mha peatland area is estimated to include about 45–55 GtC of carbon stocks. As a result of land use and development, Indonesia is the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases (2–3 Gtons carbon dioxide equivalent per year), 80 % of which is due to deforestation and peatland loss. Thus, tropical peatlands are key ecosystems in terms of the carbon–water cycle and climate change.

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Part I Introduction to Tropical Peatland
1 Tropical Peatland of the World
2 Changing Paradigms in the History of Tropical Peatland Research
3 Peatland in Indonesia
4 Peatland in Malaysia
5 Peatland and Peatland Forest in Brunei Darussalam
6 Peatland in Kalimantan
7 Sustainable Management Model for Peatland Ecosystems in the Riau, Sumatra
Part II Peat Formation and It’s Property
8 Tropical Peat Formation
9 Tropical Peat and Peatland Definition in Indonesia
Part III Ecosystem in Peatland
10 Forest Structure and Productivity of Tropical Heath and Peatland Forests
11 Floristic Diversity in the Peatland Ecosystems of Central Kalimantan
12 Peat-Fire Impact on Forest Structure in Peatland of Central Kalimantan
13 A Comparative Zoogeographic View on the Animal Biodiversity of Indonesia and Japan
14 Aquatic Communities in Peatland of Central Kalimantan
15 Mycorrhizal Fungi in Peatland
Part IV Water Condition and Management in Peatland
16 Characteristics ofWatershed in Central Kalimantan
17 Groundwater in Peatland
18 Peat Fire Impact on Water Quality and Organic Matter in Peat Soil
19 Discharged Sulfuric Acid from Peatland to River System
20 Arrangement and Structure ofWeirs on the Kalampangan Canal
Part V Green House Gasses Emission from Peatland
21 CO2 Balance of Tropical Peat Ecosystems
22 Methane and Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Tropical Peat Soil
23 Carbon Stock Estimate
24 Evaluation of Disturbed Peatland/Forest CO2 Emissions by Atmospheric Concentration Measurements
Part VI Wild Fire in Peatland
25 Peat Fire Occurrence
26 Detection and Prediction Systems of Peat-Forest Fires in Central Kalimantan
27 Compact Firefighting System for Villages and Water Resources for Firefighting in Peatland Area of Central Kalimantan

Part VII Estimation and Modeling of Peatland
28 Contribution of Hyperspectral Applications to Tropical Peatland Ecosystem Monitoring
29 Land Change Analysis from 2000 to 2004 in Peatland of Central Kalimantan, Indonesia Using GIS and an Extended Transition Matrix
30 Estimation Model of Ground Water Table at Peatland in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
31 Peat Mapping
32 Modeling of Carbon and GHG Budgets in Tropical Peatland
33 Field Data Transmission System by Universal Mobile Telecommunication Network
Part VIII Sustainable Management of Peatland
34 Peatland Management for Sustainable Agriculture
35 Tropical Peatland Forestry: Toward Forest Restoration and Sustainable Use ofWood Resources in Degraded Peatland
36 Ethnic Plant Resources in Central Kalimantan
Part IX Ecological Services in Peatland
37 Local Community Safeguard by REDDC and Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) in Peatland
38 Carbon Credit Current Trend and REDDC Projects
39 The Potential for REDDC in Peatland of Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
40 Livelihood Strategies of Transmigrant Farmers in Peatland of Central Kalimantan
41 Sustainability Education and Capacity Building in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia


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Libro
El cólera en la Península de Yucatán, 1833-1855: propagación y mortalidad / Carlos Alcalá Ferráez (editor)
Alcalá Ferráez, Carlos (ed.) ;
Mérida, Yucatán, México : Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán , c2015
Clasificación: Y/614.514097265 / C6
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El cólera es una enfermedad diarreica aguda causada por la bacteria Vibrio cholerae , que puede tener un curso grave relacionado con la pérdida excesiva de líquidos y electrolitos. Las epidemias son un detonante para determinar las condiciones de vida de una población y las deficiencias existentes en políticas públicas, principalmente para los grupos más vulnerables.


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Libro
Población y epidemias en San Francisco de Campeche, 1810-1861 / Carlos Alcalá Ferráez
Alcalá Ferráez, Carlos ;
Mérida, Yucatán, México : Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán , c2015
Clasificación: CA/614.497264 / A4
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El objetivo central de esta investigación es el conocimiento del impacto demográfico que tuvieron los episodios epidémicos de cólera y viruela durante la primera mitad del siglo XIX, así como su distribución en los barrios que conformaban la ciudad de Campeche.


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Libro
The struggle for food sovereignty: alternative development and the renewal of peasant societies today / edited by Rémy Herrera and Kin Chi Lau
Herrera, Rémy (ed.) ; Lau, Kin Chi (coed.) ;
London : Pluto Press , 2015
Clasificación: 338.18 / S8
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The Struggle for Food Sovereignty explores the problems faced by Southern and Northern family agricultures in the current neoliberal era. The contributors, who include Samir Amin, João Pedro Stedile and Utsa Patnaik, base their arguments on an understanding of the revival of peasant struggles for their social emancipation and legitimate right of access to land and food. This collection is a response to the confusion which reigns surrounding how these urgent, global problems are understood and offers solutions as to how they should be approached. It understands that while there are common traits in how global capital goes after profit, the receptions on the ground differ. The authors, all experts in their fields, express the importance of the co-operation and cohesion of the various struggles taking place in different parts of the world, and how they must share a common vision for the future.

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World Forum for Alternatives
List of Abbreviations
Introduction
Family Agriculture in the Present World: Regional Perspectives
1 Theoretical Framework
Food Sovereignty and the Agrarian Question: Constructing Convergence of Struggles within Diversity
2 Latin America
Reflections on the Tendencies of Capital in Agriculture and Challenges for Peasant Movements in Latin America
3 Africa
Rebuilding African Peasantries: Inalienability of Land Rights and Collective Food Sovereignty in Southern Africa?
4 Asia (I)
Rethinking ‘Rural China’, Unthinking Modernisation: Rural Regeneration and Post-Developmental Historical Agency
5 Asia (II)
The Political-Economic Context of the Peasant Struggles for Livelihood Security and Land in India
6 Oceania
The Papua Niugini Paradox: Land Property Archaism and Modernity of Peasant Resistance?
7 Europe
An Overview of the European Peasants and Their Struggles
Conclusion
Facing the Domination of Financial Capital: The Convergence of Peasant Struggles Today
References
List of Contributors
Index


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Artículo
*En hemeroteca, SIBE-San Cristóbal
Los huérfanos del cólera morbus en Yucatán, 1833
Malvido, Elsa ; Peniche Moreno, Paola (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Historia Mexicana Vol. LXIII, no. 1 (julio-septiembre 2013), p. 111-170 ISSN: 0185-0172
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- Libro con arbitraje
Land change science, political ecology, and sustainability: synergies and divergences / edited by Christian Brannstrom and Jacqueline M. Vadjunec
Brannstrom, Christian (ed.) ; Vadjunec, Jacqueline Michelle (coed.) (1974-) ;
London, England : Routledge , c2013
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Recent claims regarding convergence and divergence between land change science and political ecology as approaches to the study of human-environment relationships and sustainability science are examined and analyzed in this innovative volume. Comprised of 11 commissioned chapters as well as introductory and concluding/synthesis chapters, it advances the two fields by proposing new conceptual and methodological approaches toward integrating land change science and political ecology. The book also identifies areas of fundamental difference and disagreement between fields. These theoretical contributions will help a generation of young researchers refine their research approaches and will advance a debate among established scholars in geography, land-use studies, and sustainability science that has been developing since the early 2000s. At an empirical level, case studies focusing on sustainable development are included from Africa, Central and South America, and Southeast Asia. The specific topics addressed include tropical deforestation, swidden agriculture, mangrove forests, gender, and household issues.

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List of Figures
List of Tables
Notes on Contributors
Foreword
Preface
1. Notes for Avoiding a Missed Opportunity in Sustainability Science: Integrating Land Change Science and Political Ecology
2. The Ghost of von Thünen Lives: A Political Ecology of the Disappearance of the Amazonian Forest
3. Forest Transitions in Southeast Asia: Synergies and Shortcomings in Land Change Science and Political Ecology
4. Politicizing Land Use Change in Highland Madagascar: Struggles with Air Photo Analyses and Conservation Agendas
5. Producing Biodiversity in Tanzania’s Mangrove Forests? A Combined Political Ecology and Ecological Resilience Approach to "Sustainably Utilized Landscapes"
6. Gender, the Household, and Land Change in Southeastern Mexico
7. Border Integrations: The Fusion of Political Ecology and Land Change Science to Inform and Contest Transboundary Integration in Amazonia
8. Political Ecology and Land Change Science in the Study of Infrastructure Impacts: The Case of the Southwestern Amazon
9. Deforestation and the World-as-Representation: The Maya Forest of Southern Belize
10. Shifting Spaces and Hidden Landscapes in Rural South Africa
11. Political Ecology, Land Change Science and the Political Economy of Nature
12. The Intersection of Independent Lies: Land Change Science and Political Ecology
13. Two-Way Traffic across a Porous Border
Index