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Biocultural diversity is defined by Luisa Maffi as "the diversity of life in all its manifestations: biological, cultural, and linguistic — which are interrelated (and possibly coevolved) within a complex socio-ecological adaptive system." "The diversity of life is made up not only of the diversity of plants and animal species, habitats and ecosystems found on the planet, but also of the diversity of human cultures and languages." Certain geographic areas have been positively correlated with high levels of biocultural diversity, including those of low latitudes, higher rainfalls, higher temperatures, coastlines, and high altitudes. A negative correlation is found with areas of high latitudes, plains, and drier climates. Positive correlations can also be found between biological diversity a

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  • Bioculturele diversiteit is gedefinieerd als de diversiteit van het leven in al zijn biologische, culturele en taalkundige uitingsvormen (Persic and Martin, 2008). Deze vormen zijn niet alleen aan elkaar gerelateerd, maar hebben zich ook ontwikkeld in een proces van co-evolutie. In de loop van de geschiedenis heeft zich een grote mate van bioculturele diversiteit ontwikkeld. In gebieden in Centraal-Afrika, Latijns-Amerika en Zuidoost-Azië die bewoond worden door inheemse volkeren gaat hoge biodiversiteit vaak samen met hoge diversiteit in bevolking en taal. Deze gebieden gelden als hotspots van bioculturele diversiteit. Maar ook in Nederland komen veel uitingen van bioculturele diversiteit voor.
  • Biocultural diversity is defined by Luisa Maffi as "the diversity of life in all its manifestations: biological, cultural, and linguistic — which are interrelated (and possibly coevolved) within a complex socio-ecological adaptive system." "The diversity of life is made up not only of the diversity of plants and animal species, habitats and ecosystems found on the planet, but also of the diversity of human cultures and languages." Certain geographic areas have been positively correlated with high levels of biocultural diversity, including those of low latitudes, higher rainfalls, higher temperatures, coastlines, and high altitudes. A negative correlation is found with areas of high latitudes, plains, and drier climates. Positive correlations can also be found between biological diversity a
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  • Biocultural diversity is defined by Luisa Maffi as "the diversity of life in all its manifestations: biological, cultural, and linguistic — which are interrelated (and possibly coevolved) within a complex socio-ecological adaptive system." "The diversity of life is made up not only of the diversity of plants and animal species, habitats and ecosystems found on the planet, but also of the diversity of human cultures and languages." Certain geographic areas have been positively correlated with high levels of biocultural diversity, including those of low latitudes, higher rainfalls, higher temperatures, coastlines, and high altitudes. A negative correlation is found with areas of high latitudes, plains, and drier climates. Positive correlations can also be found between biological diversity and linguistic diversity, illustrated in the overlap between the distribution of plant diverse and language diverse zones. Social factors, such as modes of subsistence, have also been found to affect biocultural diversity.
  • Bioculturele diversiteit is gedefinieerd als de diversiteit van het leven in al zijn biologische, culturele en taalkundige uitingsvormen (Persic and Martin, 2008). Deze vormen zijn niet alleen aan elkaar gerelateerd, maar hebben zich ook ontwikkeld in een proces van co-evolutie. In de loop van de geschiedenis heeft zich een grote mate van bioculturele diversiteit ontwikkeld. In gebieden in Centraal-Afrika, Latijns-Amerika en Zuidoost-Azië die bewoond worden door inheemse volkeren gaat hoge biodiversiteit vaak samen met hoge diversiteit in bevolking en taal. Deze gebieden gelden als hotspots van bioculturele diversiteit. Maar ook in Nederland komen veel uitingen van bioculturele diversiteit voor.
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