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Approche socio-écosystémique d'un paysage de mosaïque forêt-savane en Afrique équatoriale : une méthodologie inductive et transdisciplinaire pour étudier les interactions humains-milieu

Abstract : This article examines a reflective and analytical approach developed around the concept of landscape, with the presentation of a study focused on a forest savannah mosaic in equatorial Africa where there is a strong dependence of the population of natural resources. In order to characterize landscape changes over time, both in its dynamics and structure, an inductive methodology was developed in the field, without disciplinary constraints. Indeed, it appears essential to bring together different disciplinary concepts, methods and analytical processes from geography, anthropology, history and ecology to study landscapes in their whole complexity. By proposing a socio ecological approach defining a complex system with social and ecological components in interaction, this study strongly encourages transdisciplinary approaches to study landscapes, especially in a context of sustainable development, in order to highlight the social and environmental processes at work at different spatial and temporal scales.
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Christophe Demichelis. Approche socio-écosystémique d'un paysage de mosaïque forêt-savane en Afrique équatoriale : une méthodologie inductive et transdisciplinaire pour étudier les interactions humains-milieu. Encyclo. Revue de l'école doctorale Science des sociétés (ED 624), Université de Paris, 2020, pp.37-59. ⟨hal-02900701⟩

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