Past and present land-use patterns in tropical landscapes

Mini-symposium on the occasion of the PhD defences of André Braga Junqueira (CSA & KTI) and Catarina Conte Jakovac (FEM & SOQ).

Tropical landscapes encompass a wide array of land-use strategies. Past human occupation has largely transformed landscapes and left legacies that influence current land-use patterns around the tropics. At the same time, current economic and environmental changes are constantly influencing land-use systems and local livelihoods. In this symposium we will present different perspectives on how humans and landscapes mutually influence each other.

Organised by Forest Ecology and Forest Management

Wed 30 September 2015 09:00 to 11:00

Venue Radix, building number 107
Droevendaalsesteeg 1
6708 PB
0317 48 60 01

You are also cordially invited to join the PhD defenses the same day in the Aula:

13:30 André Junqueira on “Anthropogenic soils in central Amazonia: farmers' practices, agrobiodiversity and land-use patterns”

16:00 Catarina Jakovac on “Resilience of Amazonian Landscapes to agricultural intensification”