We publish our research in a wide range of disciplinary and multidisciplinary journals, and also in books, reports and other means of communication, such as videos and web-based knowledge exchange platforms. You can find below our work published between January 2014 and the present day.

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  • The importance of cultural factors in the distribution of medicinal plant knowledge: A case study in four Basque regions Menendez-Baceta G, Aceituno-Mata L, Reyes-García V, Tardio J, Salpeteur M, Pardo-de-Santayana M (2015). Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 161.
  • The Tsimane' Amazonian Panel Study (TAPS): Nine years (2002-2010) of annual data available to the public Leonard W.R, Reyes-García V, Tanner S, Rosinger A, Schultz A, Vadez V, Zhang R, Godoy R (2015). Economics and Human Biology, 19: 51-61.
  • The Values of Traditional Ecological Knowledge Reyes-García V (2015). In: Martinez-Alier and R. Muradian , Handbook of Ecological Economics. Edward Elgar.
  • Triggering Community Conservation Through the Trade of Carbon Offsets: The Case of the Ejido Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Mexico Tolentino O, Garcia-Frapolli E, Porter-Bolland L, Ruíz-Mallén I, Reyes-García V, Sánchez-Gonzalez M.C, Lopez-Mendez M.E (2015). Journal of Environment and Development, 24 (2).
  • Urban self-sufficiency through optimised ecosystem service demand. A utopian perspective from European cities Rodriguez-Rodriguez D, Kain J.H, Haase D, Baro F, Kaczorowska A (2015). Futures, 70.
  • Valuing nature, paying for ecosystem services and realizing social justice: A response to Matulis (2014) Corbera E (2015). Ecological Economics, 110.
  • When knowledge follows blood: Kin groups and the distribution of traditional ecological knowledge in a community of seminomadic pastoralists, Gujarat (India) Salpeteur M, Patel H, Balbo A.L, Rubio-Campillo X, Madella M, Ajithprasad P, Reyes-García V (2015). Current Anthropology, 56 (3).
  • When Participatory Forest Management makes money: insights from Tanzania on governance, benefit sharing, and implications for REDD+ Khatun K, Gross-Camp N, Corbera E, Martin A, Ball S, Massao G (2015). Environment and Planning A, 47 (10).
  • Agent-Based Simulation of Holocene Monsoon Precipitation Patterns and Hunter-Gatherer Population Dynamics in Semi-arid Environments Balbo A.L, Rubio-Campillo X, Rondelli B, Ramirez M, Lancelotti C, Torrano A, Salpeteur M, Lipovetzky N, Reyes-García V, Montanola C, Madella M (2014). Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, 21 (2).
  • Are Ecologically Important Tree Species the Most Useful? A Case Study from Indigenous People in the Bolivian Amazon Guèze, Maximilien, Luz A.C, Paneque-Gálvez J, Maciá M.J, Orta-Martínez M, Pino J, Reyes-García V (2014). Economic Botany, 68 (1).
  • Challenging perceptions about men, women and forest product use: A global comparative study Sunderland T, Achdiawan R, Angelsen A, Babigumira R, Ickowitz A, Paumgarten F, Reyes-García V, Shively G (2014). World Development, 64 (S1).
  • Changing the intellectual climate Castree N, Adams W.M, Barry J, Brockington D, Buscher B, Corbera E, Demeritt D, Duffy R, Felt U, Neves K, Newell P, Pellizzoni L, Rigby K, Robbins P, Robin L, Rose D.B, Ross A, Schlosberg D, Sorlin S, West P, Whitehead M, Wynne B (2014). Nature Climate Change, 4 (9).
  • Cognisance, participation and protected areas in the Yucatan Peninsula Ruíz-Mallén I, Newing H, Porter-Bolland L, Pritchard D.J, Garcia-Frapolli E, Mendez-Lopez M.E, Sánchez-Gonzalez M.C, De La Pena A, Reyes-García V (2014). Environmental Conservation, 41 (3).
  • Conservation of biodiversity in private lands: Are Chilean landowners willing to keep threatened species in their lands? Zorondo-Rodríguez F, Reyes-García V, Simonetti J.A (2014). Revista Chilena de Historia Natural, 1 (14).
  • Contribution of ecosystem services to air quality and climate change mitigation policies: The case of urban forests in Barcelona, Spain Baro F, Chaparro L, Gómez-Baggethun E, Langemeyer J, Nowak D.J, Terradas J (2014). Ambio, 43 (4).
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