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Article I. Coupled social, economic and ecological outcomes of agricultural intensification in Costa Rica and the future of biodiversity Cocservation in tropical agricultural regions
Tropical ecosystem conversion to agriculture has caused widespread habitat loss and created fragmented landscapes composed of remnant forest patches embedded in a matrix of agricultural land uses. Export crops such as ...
Article II. Integrated landscape management in action: insights from twenty-three cases in Latin America and the Caribbean
Integrated landscape approaches are being widely used across Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) to manage multi-functional landscapes for their potential to mediate between food production and conservation, while ...
Article I. Integrated landscape management for agriculture, rural livelihoods, and ecosystem conservation: an assessment of experience from Latin America and the Caribbean
Approaches to integrated landscape management are currently garnering new interest as scientists, policymakers, and local stakeholders recognize the need to increase the multi-functionality of agricultural landscapes for ...
Article III. Global sensitivity analysis of rusle illustrates importance of cover management across environments in predicting soil erosion rates
Soil loss remains a critical issue for sustained agricultural production and reduction of downstream environmental impacts. Modeling soil loss at watershed scales helps researchers and decision makers quantify the impact ...
Article IV. Prevention is better than cure: implementing soil conservation practices may be cheaper than dredging
Assessing changes in the provisioning of ecosystem services (ES) due to changes in agroecosystem management will better inform Costa Rican PES escheme. This scheme is recognizing the role of agroecosystem as ES providers, ...