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Shea (Vitellaria paradoxa Gaertn C. F.) fruit yield assessment and management by farm households in the Atacora district of Benin

African Science Service Center on Climate Change and Adaptive Land Use (WASCAL). Author Contributions Conceptualization: Grace B. Villamor. Data curation: Koutchoukalo Aleza, Kperkouma Wala. Formal ... analysis: Koutchoukalo Aleza, Grace B. Villamor, Benjamin Kofi Nyarko. Funding acquisition: Koutchoukalo Aleza, Benjamin Kofi Nyarko, Kperkouma Wala, Koffi Akpagana. Investigation: Koutchoukalo Aleza

Gender-specific responses to climate variability in a semi-arid ecosystem in northern Benin

State, Nigeria. e-mail: Grace B. Villamor (&) is a human geographer and a senior researcher at the Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn, Germany, for the West African Science Service

A synthesis of convergent reflections, tensions and silences in linking gender and global environmental change research

University , Clippinger Labs 122, Athens, OH 45701 , USA 5 Grace B. Villamor Address: Center for Development Research (ZEF) , Walter-Flex 3, 53113 Bonn , Germany 6 Thomas Smucker Address: Department of

Assessing stakeholders' perceptions and values towards social-ecological systems using participatory methods

Introduction Many conservation initiatives for managing social-ecological landscapes factor in the best available biophysical information. However, insufficient consideration of social aspects can render such initiatives ineffective. By incorporating stakeholders' perceptions and values, and by involving stakeholders (transparently) in decision-making processes, conservation plans ...

Gender influences decisions to change land use practices in the tropical forest margins of Jambi, Indonesia

This study explores the role of gender as a factor in decision making about alternative land use options and in responses to new investment opportunities, which has received little attention to date. An observational study to determine the different factors affecting male and female decisions to change land use at the individual level in a forest margin landscape in Jambi (Sumatra, ...