Mountain Research and Development, Vol. 40 No. 1

Find out more about ways of supporting girls' education in rural Nepal, forest fires on the slopes of Mount Kenya and how commercial medicinal plant collection improves high-altitude livelihoods. Read the new issue of Mountain Research and Development.

Mountain Research and Development

Papers explore ways of supporting girls’ education in rural Nepal; forest fires on the slopes of Mount Kenya; how commercial medicinal plant collection improves high-altitude livelihoods and how forest use practices impact landscape hydrology, both in Nepal; and how snow affects landslide vegetation patterns in Japan. Two more propose a multiscale transdisciplinary framework for advancing sustainability in mountain agriculture and a strategy for integrated biodiversity monitoring in high mountain ecosystems.

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