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Direct seeding of Oreomunnea mexicana, a threatened tree species from Southeastern Mexico
Atondo Bueno, Edel Joshua ; López Barrera, Fabiola (coaut.) ; Bonilla Moheno, Martha (coaut.) ; Williams Linera, Guadalupe (coaut.) ; Ramírez Marcial, Neptalí (coaut.) (1963-) ;
Contenido en: New Forests Vol. 47, no. 6 (November 2016), p. 845–860 ISSN: 1573-5095
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Compared to enrichment planting techniques, direct seeding may represent a viable low-cost method to ensure the conservation and recovery of forest ecosystems. However, it is necessary to identify the environmental factors that affect seed germination and seedling establishment in order to improve the success of this technique. It has been suggested that the establishment of Oreomunnea mexicana (Juglandaceae), a threatened tropical montane cloud forest tree species, is associated with microsites of high soil moisture. We assessed seedling emergence in O. mexicana through direct seeding in a secondary forest and characterized the microenvironmental conditions of the sowing microsite. We also assessed the effect of seed hydration on seedling emergence and evaluated the effect of soil moisture content and seed hydration in O. mexicana seed germination and seedling emergence under laboratory conditions. Seedling emergence was lower in the field than in the laboratory (37 vs. 42 %, respectively). At microsite level, seedling emergence correlated positively with soil moisture content but negatively with vegetation cover. After 11 months, 52 % of the emerged seedlings still survived. Under laboratory conditions, seedling emergence did not differ significantly between hydrated and non-hydrated seeds (43.2 ± 0.52 vs. 40.3 ± 0.51 %, respectively), but did between high and low soil moisture contents (80 ± 0.18 vs. 3.5 ± 0.085 %, respectively). With appropriate soil moisture and vegetation cover conditions, O. mexicana seed introduction into secondary forest is a reliable technique. However, the method could be improved by protecting the seedlings from physical damage.

Community action for conservation: mexican experiences / Luciana Porter Bolland, Isabel Ruiz Mallén, Claudia Camacho Benavides, Susannah McCandless, editors
Porter Bolland, Luciana (ed.) ; Ruiz Mallén, Isabel (coed.) ; Camacho Benavides, Claudia (coed.) ; McCandless, Susannah (coed.) ;
New York : Springer , 2013
Clasificación: 333.95160972 / C6
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ECO030007889 (Disponible)
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This book provides an in-depth analysis on community conservation in Mexico. The volume explores vivid examples and case studies that illustrate some of the critical issues at stake, including the participation of local communities in national and global conservation, indigenous and local perceptions of conservation initiatives in Southern Mexico, and challenges in ICCA governance and ecotourism. The book also reviews methodological approaches for understanding and strengthening community conservation, touching upon such topics as community-based biodiversity monitoring and tools for understanding children's perceptions of community conservation.


1 Introduction: Biocultural Diversity and the Participation of Local Communities in National and Global Conservation
Part I A General Approach to the Context of Community-Based Conservation
2 Community Conservation and Ethnoecology: The Three Dimensions of Local-Level Biodiversity Maintenance
3 Conservation and Forest Communities in Mexico: Experiences, Visions, and Rights
Part II Case Studies of Community Conservation
4 Community Conservation Experiences in Three Ejidos of the Lower Balsas River Basin, Michoacán
5 Challenges in ICCA Governance: The Case of El Cordon del Retén in San Miguel Chimalapa, Oaxaca
6 Local Perceptions of Conservation Initiatives in the Calakmul Region
7 Community Conservation in Punta Laguna: A Case of Adaptive Ecotourism Management
Part III Methodological Aspects for Understanding and Strengthening Community Conservation
8 Local Participation in Community Conservation: Methodological Contributions
9 Community-Based Biodiversity Monitoring in Mexico: Current Status, Challenges, and Future Strategies for Collaboration with Scientists
10 Drawing Analysis: Tools for Understanding Children’s Perceptions of Community Conservation
11 Conclusions

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Damage and recovery of forest structure and composition after two subsequent hurricanes in the Yucatan Peninsula
Bonilla Moheno, Martha ;
Contenido en: Caribbean Journal of Science Vol. 46, no. 2-3 (2010), p. 240-248 ISSN: 0008-6452
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51567-10 (Disponible)
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