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Description

Richard Dumez, lecturer at the National Museum of Natural History, discusses in this video (10'49) anthropogenic fires in the context of biodiversity management. He returns to the history of these practices around the world and then discusses their interests on an ecological level. He concludes by presenting the research questions that are still associated with them.

État

  • Labellisé

Langues

  • Anglais
  • Non français

Licence Creative Commons

  • Partage des conditions à l'identique
  • Pas d'utilisation commerciale
  • Pas de modification
  • Paternité

Nature pédagogique

  • Cours

Niveau

  • Bac+3
  • Bac+4
  • Bac+5

Thèmes

  • Changements globaux
  • Ecosystèmes et biodiversité

Types

  • Grain audiovisuel

Mots-clés

biodiversity
Indigenous peoples and local communities affected by change
Indigenous peoples and local communities affected by change
Climate change and human cognition
Climate change and human cognition
Arctic and subarctic societies : indigenous adaptation and knowledge
Arctic and subarctic societies : indigenous adaptation and knowledge
Change and biodiversity among indigenous peoples in Central African forests
Change and biodiversity among indigenous peoples in Central African forests
Local knowledge, women and biodiversity in the Mascarene Islands
Local knowledge, women and biodiversity in the Mascarene Islands

Contributeurs

Richard Dumez

MNHN - Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle