Nathalie van vliet
Nathalie van vliet
Center for International Forestry Research
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Trends, drivers and impacts of changes in swidden cultivation in tropical forest-agriculture frontiers: a global assessment
N Van Vliet, O Mertz, A Heinimann, T Langanke, U Pascual, B Schmook, ...
Global Environmental Change 22 (2), 418-429, 2012
Empty forests, empty stomachs? Bushmeat and livelihoods in the Congo and Amazon Basins
R Nasi, A Taber, N Van Vliet
International Forestry Review 13 (3), 355-368, 2011
The bushmeat trade in African savannas: Impacts, drivers, and possible solutions
PA Lindsey, G Balme, M Becker, C Begg, C Bento, C Bocchino, ...
Biological conservation 160, 80-96, 2013
Hunting for livelihood in northeast Gabon: patterns, evolution, and sustainability
N Van Vliet, R Nasi
Ecology and Society 13 (2), 2008
Diversifying incomes and losing landscape complexity in Quilombola shifting cultivation communities of the Atlantic rainforest (Brazil)
C Adams, L Chamlian Munari, N Van Vliet, RS Sereni Murrieta, ...
Human Ecology 41, 119-137, 2013
Managing for timber and biodiversity in the Congo Basin
R Nasi, A Billand, N van Vliet
Forest Ecology and Management 268, 103-111, 2012
Recognizing the multiple reasons for bushmeat consumption in urban areas: a necessary step toward the sustainable use of wildlife for food in Central Africa
N van Vliet, P Mbazza
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 16 (1), 45-54, 2011
Eating and conserving bushmeat in Africa
DS Wilkie, M Wieland, H Boulet, S Le Bel, N van Vliet, D Cornelis, ...
African Journal of Ecology 54 (4), 402-414, 2016
Bushmeat and human health: assessing the evidence in tropical and sub-tropical forests
N Van Vliet, JL Moreno Calderón, J Gomez, W Zhou, JE Fa, C Golden, ...
Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, 2017
The uncovered volumes of bushmeat commercialized in the Amazonian trifrontier between Colombia, Peru & Brazil
N van Vliet, MPQ Mesa, D Cruz-Antia, LJN de Aquino, J Moreno, R Nasi
Ethnobiology and Conservation 3, 2014
The bushmeat market in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo: implications for conservation and food security
N Van Vliet, C Nebesse, S Gambalemoke, D Akaibe, R Nasi
Oryx 46 (2), 196-203, 2012
From fish and bushmeat to chicken nuggets: the nutrition transition in a continuum from rural to urban settings in the Tri frontier Amazon region
N van Vliet, MP Quiceno-Mesa, D Cruz-Antia, L Tellez, C Martins, ...
Ethnobiology and Conservation 4, 2015
Persistence of swidden cultivation in the face of globalization: a case study from communities in Calakmul, Mexico
B Schmook, N van Vliet, C Radel, MJ Manzón-Che, S McCandless
Human Ecology 41, 93-107, 2013
Beyond protein intake: bushmeat as source of micronutrients in the Amazon
FM Sarti, C Adams, C Morsello, N Van Vliet, T Schor, B Yagüe, L Tellez, ...
Ecology and Society 20 (4), 2015
Cultural attitudes are stronger predictors of bushmeat consumption and preference than economic factors among urban Amazonians from Brazil and Colombia
C Morsello, B Yagüe, L Beltreschi, N Van Vliet, C Adams, T Schor, ...
Ecology and Society 20 (4), 2015
Synthesising bushmeat research effort in West and Central Africa: a new regional database
G Taylor, JPW Scharlemann, M Rowcliffe, N Kümpel, MBJ Harfoot, JE Fa, ...
Biological Conservation 181, 199-205, 2015
Why do models fail to assess properly the sustainability of duiker (Cephalophus spp.) hunting in Central Africa?
N Van Vliet, R Nasi
Oryx 42 (3), 392-399, 2008
“Slash and burn” and “shifting” cultivation systems in forest agriculture frontiers from the Brazilian Amazon
N Van Vliet, C Adams, ICG Vieira, O Mertz
Society & Natural Resources 26 (12), 1454-1467, 2013
Scientific documentation of crop land changes in the Sahel: A half empty box of knowledge to support policy?
N van Vliet, A Reenberg, LV Rasmussen
Journal of Arid Environments 95, 1-13, 2013
Forest biodiversity, carbon and other ecosystem services: relationships and impacts of deforestation and forest degradation.
ID Thompson, J Ferreira, T Gardner, M Guariguata, PK Lian, K Okabe, ...
IUFRO World Series 31, 21-50, 2012
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