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Perspectives on rangeland management education and research in Argentina

Colaborador(es): Anderson, D. L | Bonvissuto, Griselda Luz | Brizuela, Miguel A | Chiossone, G | Cibils, Andrés F | Cid, María Silvia | Feldman, I | Fernández Grecco, Roberto C | Kunst, C | Oesterheld, Martín | Oliva, Gabriel Esteban | Paruelo, José María | Peinetti, R. H | Villagra, Edgar Sebastián.
ISSN: 0190-0528.Tipo de material: Artículos y capítulos. Recurso electrónico.Tema(s): BIODIVERSITY | ECOREGION | ECOTONE | LAND MANAGEMENT | LAND USE | NATURAL RESOURCE | POPULATION DENSITY | PRECIPITATION INTENSITY | RANGELAND | RESEARCH WORK | RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | SAVANNA | SHRUB | ARGENTINA | MENDOZA | MONTE DESERT | PAMPAS | Recursos en línea: Haga clic para acceso en línea | LINK AL EDITOR. En: Rangelands vol.33, no.1 (2011), p.2-12Resumen: Rangelands account for over two-thirds of Argentina's land area and contribute uniquely to its biodiversity, agricultural livelihood, and cultural identity. Argentina's rangelands are not exempt from land use pressures that occur in similar environments across the globe. Two important milestones shaped the beginning of federally funded, nationwide applied rangeland management research and outreach programs in Argentina. Argentina's universities have a longstanding tradition of excellence in training college students for agricultural professions; however, the creation of undergraduate-level programs focusing specifically on natural resource management is fairly new. The caldenal is a southern continuation of the 'espinal' ecoregion and comprises an ecotone between the Pampa grasslands and the Monte desert to the west, growing along a precipitation gradient that ranges between 600 and 400 mm/year. The increase in woody plant density alters the structure of the caldenal from a savanna parkland to a dense woodland/forest with a well-developed shrub layer.
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Rangelands account for over two-thirds of Argentina's land area and contribute uniquely to its biodiversity, agricultural livelihood, and cultural identity. Argentina's rangelands are not exempt from land use pressures that occur in similar environments across the globe. Two important milestones shaped the beginning of federally funded, nationwide applied rangeland management research and outreach programs in Argentina. Argentina's universities have a longstanding tradition of excellence in training college students for agricultural professions; however, the creation of undergraduate-level programs focusing specifically on natural resource management is fairly new. The caldenal is a southern continuation of the 'espinal' ecoregion and comprises an ecotone between the Pampa grasslands and the Monte desert to the west, growing along a precipitation gradient that ranges between 600 and 400 mm/year. The increase in woody plant density alters the structure of the caldenal from a savanna parkland to a dense woodland/forest with a well-developed shrub layer.

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