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Maria E. Fernandez-Gimenez
Maria E. Fernandez-Gimenez
Professor of Rangeland Ecology & Management, Colorado State University
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Adaptive management and social learning in collaborative and community-based monitoring: a study of five community-based forestry organizations in the western USA
ME Fernandez-Gimenez, HL Ballard, VE Sturtevant
Ecology and Society 13 (2), 2008
5002008
THE ROLE OF MONGOLIAN NOMADIC PASTORALISTS'ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE IN RANGELAND MANAGEMENT
ME Fernandez-Gimenez
Ecological applications 10 (5), 1318-1326, 2000
4912000
Testing a non‐equilibrium model of rangeland vegetation dynamics in Mongolia
ME Fernandez‐Gimenez, B Allen‐Diaz
Journal of Applied Ecology 36 (6), 871-885, 1999
4231999
Spatial and social boundaries and the paradox of pastoral land tenure: a case study from postsocialist Mongolia
ME Fernandez-Gimenez
Human ecology 30, 49-78, 2002
3262002
Dynamics and resilience of rangelands and pastoral peoples around the globe
RS Reid, ME Fernández-Giménez, KA Galvin
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 39, 217-242, 2014
3232014
Origin, persistence, and resolution of the rotational grazing debate: integrating human dimensions into rangeland research
DD Briske, NF Sayre, L Huntsinger, M Fernandez-Gimenez, B Budd, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 64 (4), 325-334, 2011
2912011
Six modes of co-production for sustainability
JM Chambers, C Wyborn, ME Ryan, RS Reid, M Riechers, A Serban, ...
Nature Sustainability 4 (11), 983-996, 2021
2742021
Sustaining the steppes: a geographical history of pastoral land use in Mongolia
ME Fernández‐giménez
Geographical Review 89 (3), 315-342, 1999
2631999
Cross-boundary and cross-level dynamics increase vulnerability to severe winter disasters (dzud) in Mongolia
ME Fernandez-Gimenez, B Batkhishig, B Batbuyan
Global Environmental Change 22 (4), 836-851, 2012
2482012
Mobility in pastoral systems: Dynamic flux or downward trend?
ME Fernandez-Gimenez, S Le Febre
The International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 13 (5 …, 2006
2282006
Vegetation change along gradients from water sources in three grazed Mongolian ecosystems
M Fernandez-Gimenez, B Allen-Diaz
Plant Ecology 157 (1), 101-118, 2001
2182001
Lessons from the dzud: Community-based rangeland management increases the adaptive capacity of Mongolian herders to winter disasters
ME Fernandez-Gimenez, B Batkhishig, B Batbuyan, T Ulambayar
World Development 68, 48-65, 2015
1992015
Law and disorder: local implementation of Mongolia's land law
ME Fernandez‐Gimenez, B Batbuyan
Development and change 35 (1), 141-166, 2004
1822004
Pyrenean pastoralists’ ecological knowledge: documentation and application to natural resource management and adaptation
ME Fernández-Giménez, F Fillat Estaque
Human Ecology 40, 287-300, 2012
1782012
Does community-based collaborative resource management increase social capital?
CL Wagner, ME Fernandez-Gimenez
Society and Natural Resources 21 (4), 324-344, 2008
1752008
Integration of local ecological knowledge and conventional science: a study of seven community-based forestry organizations in the USA
HL Ballard, ME Fernandez-Gimenez, VE Sturtevant
Ecology and society 13 (2), 2008
1572008
Integration or co-optation? Traditional knowledge and science in the Alaska Beluga Whale Committee
ME Fernandez-Gimenez, HP Huntington, KJ Frost
Environmental Conservation 33 (4), 306-315, 2006
1542006
Co-productive agility and four collaborative pathways to sustainability transformations
JM Chambers, C Wyborn, NL Klenk, M Ryan, A Serban, NJ Bennett, ...
Global Environmental Change 72, 102422, 2022
1392022
Knowledge in practice: documenting rancher local knowledge in northwest Colorado
CN Knapp, ME Fernandez-Gimenez
Rangeland Ecology & Management 62 (6), 500-509, 2009
1362009
State and transition models: theory, applications, and challenges
BT Bestelmeyer, A Ash, JR Brown, B Densambuu, M Fernández-Giménez, ...
Rangeland systems: Processes, management and challenges, 303-345, 2017
1302017
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