Mangroves and Meaning-Making: A mutual relationship over time? Ethnographic Data

Anna-Katharina Hornidge, María José Barragán-Paladines, Anne-Katrin Broocks & Martin Zimmer
EN: Mangrove forests are located at the in-between of the sea and the land. People around the world have made sense of mangroves in many different ways, ranging from mangroves as „home of ghosts“, „resources“, „biodiversity reserve“, „coastal protection“ to „death bringers“. The aim of the research project is to understand how people in Southern Ecuador have made sense of their mangrove surrounding at the Gulf of Guayaquil over the last 200 years, and how...
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