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Biodiversity conservation in human-modified landscapes of Mesoamerica : past, present and future
Mesoamerica provides a unique context for biodiversity conservation in managed landscapes because of its geography, history of human intervention, and present conservation and development initiatives. The long and narrow ...
Una apuesta por la juventud
(CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica), 2009)
Observaciones sobre la biología de Scolytodes alni Wood (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) descortezador de Jaul (Alnus acuminata)
(CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica), 1991-07)
Influence of topographic and edaphic factors on vulnerability to soil degradation due to cattle grazing in humid tropical mountains in northern Honduras
Low altitude humid tropical mountains in Central America have experienced a process of livestock expansion during recent decades.However, the use of sloping areas for cattle grazingmay lead to significant soil degradation ...
Combining reference trials, farm surveys and mathematical models to assess carbon footprint and mitigation measures in tropical agriculture
This study aimed at estimating carbon footprint (CF) and assessing mitigation options for selected tropical crops using excel-based models, parameterized with data collected through closed-ended questions questionnaires, ...
Development of low-cost remote sensing tools and methods for supporting smallholder agriculture
(Springer Link, 2019)
Agricultural UAV-based remote sensing tools to facilitate decision-making for increasing productivity in developing countries were developed and tested. Specifically, a high-quality multispectral sensor and sophisticated ...