Nataliya Stryamets
Nataliya Stryamets
Nature reserve "Roztochya"
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Sustainable development and sustainability: Landscape approach as a practical interpretation of principles and implementation concepts
R Axelsson, P Angelstam, M Elbakidze, N Stryamets, KE Johansson
Journal of Landscape Ecology 4 (3), 5-30, 2011
From economic survival to recreation: contemporary uses of wild food and medicine in rural Sweden, Ukraine and NW Russia
N Stryamets, M Elbakidze, M Ceuterick, P Angelstam, R Axelsson
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 11, 1-19, 2015
Knowledge transmission patterns at the border: Ethnobotany of Hutsuls living in the Carpathian Mountains of Bukovina (SW Ukraine and NE Romania)
G Mattalia, N Stryamets, A Pieroni, R Sõukand
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 16, 1-40, 2020
A bottom-up approach to map land covers as potential green infrastructure hubs for human well-being in rural settings: A case study from Sweden
M Elbakidze, P Angelstam, T Yamelynets, L Dawson, M Gebrehiwot, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 168, 72-83, 2017
LTSER platforms as a place-based transdisciplinary research infrastructure: learning landscape approach through evaluation
P Angelstam, M Manton, M Elbakidze, F Sijtsma, MC Adamescu, N Avni, ...
Landscape Ecology 34, 1461-1484, 2019
Dining tables divided by a border: The effect of socio-political scenarios on local ecological knowledge of Romanians living in Ukrainian and Romanian Bukovina
N Stryamets, G Mattalia, A Pieroni, I Khomyn, R Sõukand
Foods 10 (1), 126, 2021
The importance of tolerating interstices: Babushka markets in Ukraine and Eastern Europe and their role in maintaining local food knowledge and diversity
R Soukand, N Stryamets, MF Fontefrancesco, A Pieroni
Heliyon 6 (1), 2020
Role of non-wood forest products for local livelihoods in countries with transition and market economies: case studies in Ukraine and Sweden
N Stryamets, M Elbakidze, P Angelstam
Scandinavian journal of forest research 27 (1), 74-87, 2012
Inventing a herbal tradition: The complex roots of the current popularity of Epilobium angustifolium in Eastern Europe
R Sõukand, G Mattalia, V Kolosova, N Stryamets, J Prakofjewa, ...
Journal of ethnopharmacology 247, 112254, 2020
Meeting places and social capital supporting rural landscape stewardship: A Pan-European horizon scanning
P Angelstam, M Fedoriak, F Cruz, J Muñoz-Rojas, T Yamelynets, ...
Ecology and Society 26 (1), 2021
Maintaining natural and traditional cultural green infrastructures across Europe: learning from historic and current landscape transformations
P Angelstam, M Manton, T Yamelynets, M Fedoriak, AC Albulescu, ...
Landscape ecology 36, 637-663, 2021
Gaining momentum: Popularization of Epilobium angustifolium as food and recreational tea on the Eastern edge of Europe
R Kalle, O Belichenko, N Kuznetsova, V Kolosova, J Prakofjewa, ...
Appetite 150, 104638, 2020
Governance of non-wood forest products in Russia and Ukraine: Institutional rules, stakeholder arrangements, and decision-making processes
N Stryamets, M Elbakidze, J Chamberlain, P Angelstam
Land use policy 94, 104289, 2020
Non-wood forest products for livelihoods
N Stryamets
Revista Bosque 33 (3), 329-332, 2012
Biosphere Reserves for conservation and development in Ukraine? Legal recognition and establishment of the Roztochya initiative
M Elbakidze, PER Angelstam, C Sandström, N Stryamets, S Crow, ...
Environmental conservation 40 (2), 157-166, 2013
Borders as crossroads: The diverging routes of herbal knowledge of Romanians living on the Romanian and Ukrainian sides of Bukovina
G Mattalia, N Stryamets, A Grygorovych, A Pieroni, R Sõukand
Frontiers in Pharmacology 11, 598390, 2021
Hutsuls' perceptions of forests and uses of forest resource in Ukrainian and Romanian Bukovina
G Mattalia, N Stryamets, Á Balázsi, G Molnár, A Gliga, A Pieroni, ...
International Forestry Review 24 (3), 393-410, 2022
Implications of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine for the governance of biodiversity conservation
E Gallo-Cajiao, N Dolšak, A Prakash, T Mundkur, PG Harris, RB Mitchell, ...
Frontiers in Conservation Science 4, 989019, 2023
The Importance of Becoming Tamed: Wild Food Plants as Possible Novel Crops in Selected Food-Insecure Regions
N Sulaiman, MA Aziz, N Stryamets, G Mattalia, DM Zocchi, HM Ahmed, ...
Horticulturae 9 (2), 171, 2023
Multifarious trajectories in plant-based ethnoveterinary knowledge in Northern and Southern Eastern Europe
G Mattalia, O Belichenko, R Kalle, V Kolosova, N Kuznetsova, ...
Frontiers in veterinary science 8, 710019, 2021
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