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Belowground microbial communities play a prominent role in alpine ecosystems, regulating major biogeochemical cycles and the supply of growth-limiting nutrients to plants. This talk will consider some recent advances in…

Belowground microbial responses to global change in alpine ecosystems

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In 1815 Tambora, a volcano in a small Indonesian island just east of Java, violently erupted killing untold numbers and incinerating villages and crops. This eruption, which historian Gillen D’Arcy…

After The Ashfall: What Ancient Environmental Disasters Can Tell Us About The Human Attachments To The Landscape

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Mountain areas face the contradictory forces of marginalisation, commodification, conservation, rewilding, ‘green’ industrialisation, and bioeconomy developments. The remaining high nature value farming systems of these areas enabling high quality food…

Pressures, opportunities and benefit sharing in mountain landscapes and communities

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