BibTex format

author = {Molnár, Z and Aumeeruddy-Thomas, Y and Babai, D and Díaz, S and Garnett, ST and Hill, R and Bates, P and Brondízio, ES and Cariño, J and Demeter, L and Fernández-Llamazares, Á and Guèze, M and McElwee, P and Öllerer, K and Purvis, A and Reyes-García, V and Samakov, A and Singh, RK},
doi = {10.1016/j.tree.2023.10.010},
journal = {Trends Ecol Evol},
pages = {109--115},
title = {Towards richer knowledge partnerships between ecology and ethnoecology.},
url = {},
volume = {39},
year = {2024}

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AB - Indigenous and traditional practices based on ethnoecological knowledge are fundamental to biodiversity stewardship and sustainable use. Knowledge partnerships between Indigenous Peoples, traditional local communities, and ecologists can produce richer and fairer understandings of nature. We identify key topical areas where such collaborations can positively transform science, policy, and practice.
AU - Molnár,Z
AU - Aumeeruddy-Thomas,Y
AU - Babai,D
AU - Díaz,S
AU - Garnett,ST
AU - Hill,R
AU - Bates,P
AU - Brondízio,ES
AU - Cariño,J
AU - Demeter,L
AU - Fernández-Llamazares,Á
AU - Guèze,M
AU - McElwee,P
AU - Öllerer,K
AU - Purvis,A
AU - Reyes-García,V
AU - Samakov,A
AU - Singh,RK
DO - 10.1016/j.tree.2023.10.010
EP - 115
PY - 2024///
SP - 109
TI - Towards richer knowledge partnerships between ecology and ethnoecology.
T2 - Trends Ecol Evol
UR -
UR -
VL - 39
ER -