Rangeland management in northern New Mexico comparative table

Rangeland management in northern New Mexico comparative table

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Rangeland management in northern New Mexico – comparative table transhumance commercial USFS HRM Period 1680-1870s+ 1870s-1920s+ 1897-present 1970s-present Groups Hispano Mex Rico/ Anglo Hisp / Anglo Hisp / Anglo Community trad/kin/place property / mkt. society stake-holders MoP subsist pastoral capitalist ranching mix mix Property communal private state mix Production sm-scale large-scale scale mix / small-scale extensive intensive/extensive extensive intensive Markets local global global /nat glob / loc / specialty T / Sci TEK industrial (RR, bw) industrial industrial experience range sci range sci DoL gender / age / caste class / race class / race class / race? Mgt associations individuals state stakeholder democ. Incentives community markets cons/mult use sustainability
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Unformatted text preview: (Goals trad / kin /status profit / utility utilitarian democratic) Coop / trust yes no (competition) mostly no mostly yes Environ. local degrad extensive degrad degrad / rest. restoration small-scale large-scale large scale small/large scale Rules comm. / norms state (limited) / inst state / inst negotiated / norms Bound. def, grant / watershed title (disputed) clear? clear Loc adapted yes no maybe yes Participation yes no yes/no yes Surveillance yes no limited yes Sanctions yes maybe yes yes Conflict resol yes discriminatory yes / discrim? yes Accepted org yes mixed mixed yes Enforcement effective ineffective mixed effective? 1 2...
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2010 for the course ESPM 50AC taught by Professor Spreyer during the Spring '09 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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