Trees, Repeat Photography and Pathways to Landscape Transition in Honduras
Geography and Geology
Biological, Environmental, and Earth Sciences
Understanding vegetation increases found throughout Honduras using repeat photography is undertaken using a template of forest transition pathways. Vegetation increases were observed in a large number of repeat photograph pairs, though these increases appear in a variety of forms and settings. Using forest transition pathways to classify the changes evident in the sets of photographs illustrates that smallholder tree-based intensification is the dominant category explaining the observed changes. A variety of non-forest increases in tree cover throughout the country reflect the complex variety of processes that influence landscape transitions.
Bass, J. J.
(2011). Trees, Repeat Photography and Pathways to Landscape Transition in Honduras. Revista Geográfica, 150, 55-74.
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