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Mountain Research and Development Vol 38, No 3 available online and open access

Topics are: the foresight process as a means of effective conservation in a national reserve in Peru, local perception of a dam project in Darjeeling, regeneration patterns of key tree species in Garhwal, water-holding of forest litter in China, the role of Acacia decurrens in Ethiopia, a high-resolution map of the world’s mountains and open access tool to compare mountain extents, and immigration of refugees to the European Alps as social innovation.

Papers in this issue cover a broad range of topics: the foresight process (participative scenario building) as a means of more effective conservation in a national reserve in Peru, local perception of a dam construction project in the Darjeeling Himalayas, regeneration patterns of key tree species along an elevational gradient in the Garhwal Himalayas, water-holding characteristics of different forest litter layers in a karst region in China, the role of Acacia decurrens in forest cover and livelihoods in the highlands of Ethiopia, a high-resolution map of the world’s mountains and an open access tool to produce and compare maps of mountain areas worldwide, and immigration of refugees to mountain areas in the European Alps as a source of social innovation. Read about the journal’s section policies, guidelines and submission procedure at: http://www.mrd-journal.org/.

Year of Publication

 2018

Published by

 International Mountain Society

ISBN/ISSN

 1994-7151

Language

 English

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