Tamara Ticktin
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The ecological implications of harvesting non‐timber forest products
T Ticktin
Journal of applied Ecology 41 (1), 11-21, 2004
9282004
How do plant ecologists use matrix population models?
EE Crone, ES Menges, MM Ellis, T Bell, P Bierzychudek, J Ehrlén, ...
Ecology letters 14 (1), 1-8, 2011
2402011
Biocultural approaches to well-being and sustainability indicators across scales
EJ Sterling, C Filardi, A Toomey, A Sigouin, E Betley, N Gazit, J Newell, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (12), 1798-1806, 2017
1682017
Patterns of harvesting foliage and bark from the multipurpose tree Khaya senegalensis in Benin: variation across ecological regions and its impacts on population structure
OG Gaoue, T Ticktin
Biological conservation 137 (3), 424-436, 2007
1522007
Small islands, valuable insights: systems of customary resource use and resilience to climate change in the Pacific
HL McMillen, T Ticktin, A Friedlander, SD Jupiter, R Thaman, J Campbell, ...
Ecology and Society 19 (4), 2014
1392014
Impacts of bark and foliage harvest on Khaya senegalensis (Meliaceae) reproductive performance in Benin
OG Gaoue, T Ticktin
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (1), 34-40, 2008
1382008
Effects of variation on harvest limits for nontimber forest species in Mexico
T Ticktin, P Nantel, F Ramirez, T Johns
Conservation biology 16 (3), 691-705, 2002
1362002
Ability of matrix models to explain the past and predict the future of plant populations
EE Crone, MM Ellis, WF Morris, A Stanley, T Bell, P Bierzychudek, ...
Conservation Biology 27 (5), 968-978, 2013
1202013
Beyond services: A process and framework to incorporate cultural, genealogical, place-based, and indigenous relationships in ecosystem service assessments
P Pascua, H McMillen, T Ticktin, M Vaughan, KB Winter
Ecosystem Services 26, 465-475, 2017
1132017
What do matrix population models reveal about the sustainability of non‐timber forest product harvest?
IB Schmidt, L Mandle, T Ticktin, OG Gaoue
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (4), 815-826, 2011
1112011
Harvesting non-timber forest products sustainably: opportunities and challenges
T Ticktin, C Shackleton
Non-timber forest products in the global context, 149-169, 2011
1082011
Chinanteco management ofAechmea Magdalenae: Implications for the use of TEK and TRM in management plans
T Ticktin, T Johns
Economic Botany 56 (2), 177-191, 2002
972002
Chinanteco management of Aechmea magdalenae: implications for the use of TEK and TRM in management plans
T Ticktin, T Johns
Economic botany 56 (2), 177-191, 2002
962002
Fulani knowledge of the ecological impacts of Khaya senegalensis (Meliaceae) foliage harvest in Benin and its implications for sustainable harvest
OG Gaoue, T Ticktin
Economic botany 63 (3), 256-270, 2009
892009
Saponins and phenolic content in plant dietary additives of a traditional subsistence community, the Batemi of Ngorongoro District, Tanzania
T Johns, RLA Mahunnah, P Sanaya, L Chapman, T Ticktin
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 66 (1), 1-10, 1999
841999
Understanding Interrelationships Among Predictors (Age, Gender, and Origin) of Local Ecological Knowledge 1
T Souto, T Ticktin
Economic Botany 66 (2), 149-164, 2012
832012
Medicinal plant use in the practice of midwifery in rural Honduras
T Ticktin, SP Dalle
Journal of ethnopharmacology 96 (1-2), 233-248, 2005
772005
Effects of harvest of nontimber forest products and ecological differences between sites on the demography of African mahogany
OG Gaoue, T Ticktin
Conservation Biology 24 (2), 605-614, 2010
752010
The future is behind us: Traditional ecological knowledge and resilience over time on Hawai ‘i Island
H McMillen, T Ticktin, HK Springer
Regional Environmental Change 17 (2), 579-592, 2017
742017
Disentangling the effects of multiple anthropogenic drivers on the decline of two tropical dry forest trees
T Ticktin, R Ganesan, M Paramesha, S Setty
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (4), 774-784, 2012
702012
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