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From famine foods to delicatessen: Interpreting trends in the use of wild edible plants through cultural ecosystem services

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Autor: Reyes García, Victoria
Menendez-Baceta, Gorka
Aceituno Mata, Laura
Acosta Naranjo, Rufino
Calvet Mir, Laura
Domínguez, Pablo
Garnatje, Teresa
Gomez Bagetthun, Erik
Molina Bustamante, Manuel
Molina, Marta
Rodríguez Franco, Ramón
Serrasolses, Gineta
Vallès, Joan
Pardo de Santayana, Manuel
Departamento: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Antropología Social
Fecha: 2015
Publicado en: Ecological Economics, 120, 303-311.
Tipo de documento: Artículo
Resumen: TheMillenniumEcosystemAssessment found a general decline in the consumption and gathering of wild edible plants, but some studies also observe a localized increase. Using information frominterviews (n=1133) in seven sites in the Iberian Peninsula and one in the Balearic Islands,we 1) identify current trends in the consumption and gathering ofwild edible plants (n=56 plant-uses) and 2) analyze howcultural ecosystemservices relate to such trends. Our data show a generalized decrease in the consumption and gathering of wild edible plants, although the trend changes significantly across plant-uses. Specifically, we found that –despite the overall decreasing trend– uses of wild edible plants that simultaneously relate to foods with high cultural appreciation and the recreational function of gathering remain popular. Our results signal that cultural services and values associated to the gathering and consumption of some wild edible plants are important factors explaining divergent trends ac...
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Cita: Reyes García, V., Menendez-Baceta, G., Aceituno Mata, L., Acosta Naranjo, R., Calvet Mir, L., Domínguez, P.,...,Pardo de Santayana, M. (2015). From famine foods to delicatessen: Interpreting trends in the use of wild edible plants through cultural ecosystem services. Ecological Economics, 120, 303-311.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/49384

DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.11.003

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