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Responding to disturbances: Lessons from a Mayan social-ecological system
JUAN MANUEL DUPUY RADA
MARIA GABRIELA GONZALEZ CRUZ
EDUARDO GARCIA FRAPOLLI
Alejandro Casas
Acceso Abierto
Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas
APPROPRIATION OF NATURE
LANDSCAPE HETEROGENEITY
NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
LOCAL INSTITUTIONS
The Mayans of the Yucatán Peninsula, together with their environment, conform social-ecological systems with adaptation and resilience to natural, political and economic disturbances. In this study, we use the framework of socialecological systems for describing a mechanism that allows a Mayan community and its natural environment to respond to disturbances over time. We describe (1) the activities that members of the community develop as part of their strategy for managing natural resource management, and (2) the history of the socialecological system focusing on meaningful events: changes in their institutional body, landscape and/or practices for exploiting natural resources, and interactions between these changes.
01-09-2015
Artículo
International Journal of the Commons. 9(2), 831-850, 2015
Inglés
González-Cruz, G., García-Frapolli, E., Casas, A., & Dupuy, J. M. (2015). Responding to disturbances: Lessons from a mayan social-ecological system. International Journal of the Commons, 9(2), 831-850.
BIOLOGÍA Y QUÍMICA
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