Quemando incienso en altares cercanos

los jardines domésticos urbanos como espacios de conservación biológica

  • Fabio Angeoletto Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso
  • Enrique Richard Escuela Superior Politécnica y Agropecuaria de Manabí MFL https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0061-7807
  • Taise Ernestina Prestes Duarte Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso
  • Marcelo Caetano Vacchiano Ministério Público do Estado de Mato Grosso
  • Deleon da Silva Leandro Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso
  • Camila Essy

Resumo

El crecimiento masivo y global de las ciudades se ha convertido en uno de los más importantes retos  socioambientales del siglo XXI. Por lo tanto, es necesario un enfoque más proactivo en la búsqueda de alternativas para la conservación biológica. Este artículo analiza la importancia de los jardines domésticos urbanos como áreas estratégicas para la conservación biológica. Jardines domésticos urbanos (o quintais en portugués) se definen como espacios privados adyacentes a las viviendas, y que pueden contener, en grados variados, céspedes, polígonos con vegetación ornamental y alimentaria y fuentes de agua. É común que especies vegetales que han experimentado una disminución severa en sus hábitats silvestres, alcancen altas productividades o densidades en los jardines domésticos urbanos. Esos espacios tienen una enorme capacidad para el suporte de la biodiversidad aunque sea corriente en ellos un predominio de especies vegetales exóticas.

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2018-04-17
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Angeoletto, F., Richard, E., Duarte, T. E. P., Vacchiano, M. C., Leandro, D. da S., & Essy, C. (2018). Quemando incienso en altares cercanos. Paisagem E Ambiente, (41), 127-140. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2359-5361.v0i41p127-140
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