This analysis of forest–tundra demographics over the last 50 years contributes to understanding climate-driven changes in woody vegetation at the upper treeline.
How Can Education Contribute to Sustainable Mountain Development? Past, Present, and Future Perspectives
Look forward to contributions that present systematically validated and well-referenced reflections on and suggestions in relation to pedagogic concepts and methods, formal and...
Ecosystem Services in a Snow Leopard Landscape: A Comparative Analysis of Two High-Elevation National Parks in the Karakoram–Pamir
The perceived economic impact of ecosystem services in the two parks is 10 to 15 times the mean household income, justifying sustainable management practices.
Extensive management and natural succession processes support the most valuable soil invertebrate communities and should therefore be promoted.
Biodiversity Conservation and Management in the Hindu Kush Himalayan Region: Are Transboundary Landscapes a Promising Solution?
This review of four transboundary landscape initiatives shows that such initiatives can galvanize regional cooperation and help individual countries collectively address...