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Local knowledge of plants and their uses among women in the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia
Author(s):Luizza, Matthew W.; Young, Heather; Kuroiwa, Christina; Evangelista, Paul; Worede, Aserat; Bussmann, Rainer W.; Weimer, Amber
Format:born digital; articles
Women's local ecological knowledge (LEK) is noted by many scholars to be unique and important for local conservation and development planning. Although LEK integration is inherent to ethnobotanical research, in Ethiopia, ...
Bale Mountains vegetation classification
Author(s):Evangelista, Paul; Colorado State University. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory
Format:ZIP; XML; ESRI ArcInfo Grid
Vegetation cover for the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia. Field data and spatial environmental data were used with a classification and regression tree model to develop the map. The map is at 30 meter resolution and includes 12 ...
Bale Mountains forest tree demography data
Author(s):Young, Nicholas E.; Romme, William H.; Evangelista, Paul; Mengistu, Tefera; Worede, Aserat; Colorado State University. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory
Format:ZIP; CSV; TXT
Prism sampling data across the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia. These data are collected from four different forests: Adelle, Rira, Odo-Bulu and Demaro.