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Pastoralism in Mongolia and Inner Mongolia, China

Cooperative grassland management practices promoted by land tenure system transformation benefit social-ecological systems of pastoralism on the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau, China. Yang M, Dong S, Dong Q, Wang P, Liu W, Zhao X. Journal of Environmental Management. 2020 May

Dairy pastoralism sustained eastern Eurasian steppe populations for 5,000 years. Wilkin S, Miller AV, Taylor WT, Miller BK, Hagan RW, Bleasdale M, Scott A, Gankhuyg S, Ramsøe A, Uliziibayar S, Trachsel C. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2020 Mar

Decadal high-resolution multi-proxy analysis to reconstruct natural and human-induced environmental changes over the last 1350 cal. yr BP in the Altai Tavan Bogd National Park, western Mongolia. Unkelbach J, Kashima K, Punsalpaamuu G, Shumilovskikh L, Behling H. The Holocene. 2020 Mar

Economic Diversification Supported the Growth of Mongolia’s Nomadic Empires. Wilkin S, Miller AV, Miller BK, Spengler RN, Taylor WT, Fernandes R, Hagan RW, Bleasdale M, Zech J, Ulziibayar S, Myagmar E. Scientific Reports. 2020 Mar

Variability and change of climate extremes from indigenous herder knowledge and at meteorological stations across central Mongolia. Tumenjargal S, Fassnacht SR, Venable NB, Kingston AP, Fernández-Giménez ME, Batbuyan B, Laituri MJ, Kappas M, Adyabadam G. Frontiers of Earth Science. 2020 Feb

Domesticating the Belt and Road: rural development, spatial politics, and animal geographies in Inner Mongolia. White T. Eurasian Geography and Economics. 2020 Jan

Evaluating the effectiveness of the environmental impact assessment process in Mongolia for nomadic-pastoral land users. Byambaa B, de Vries WT. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal. 2020 Jan

Spatial and Temporal Characteristics of Vegetation NDVI Changes and the Driving Forces in Mongolia during 1982–2015. Meng X, Gao X, Li S, Lei J. Remote Sensing. 2020 Jan

early pastoral economies and Herding transitions in eastern eurasia. Taylor WT, Clark J, Bayarsaikhan J, Tuvshinjargal T, Jobe JT, Fitzhugh W, Kortum R, Spengler RN, Shnaider S, Seersholm FV, Hart I. Scientific Reports. 2020 Jan

 “A herder’s duty is to think”: landscape partitioning and folk habitats of Mongolian herders in a mountain forest steppe (Khuvsugul-Murun region). Gantuya B, Avar Á, Babai D, Molnár Á, Molnár Z.Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine. 2019 Dec

Investigating reindeer pastoralism and exploitation of high mountain zones in northern Mongolia through ice patch archaeology. Taylor W, Clark JK, Reichhardt B, Hodgins GW, Bayarsaikhan J, Batchuluun O, Whitworth J, Nansalmaa M, Lee CM, Dixon EJ. PloS one. 2019 Nov

The relevance of herders’ local ecological knowledge on coping with livestock losses during harsh winters in western Mongolia. Soma T, Schlecht E. Pastoralism. 2018 Dec

Late Bronze Age cultural origins of dairy pastoralism in Mongolia. Orlando L. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2018 Nov

Bronze Age population dynamics and the rise of dairy pastoralism on the eastern Eurasian steppe. Jeong C, Wilkin S, Amgalantugs T, Bouwman AS, Taylor WT, Hagan RW, Bromage S, Tsolmon S, Trachsel C, Grossmann J, Littleton J. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2018 Nov

Impacts of changes in rangeland management laws and policies on grazing flexibility and pastoral livelihoods in Inner Mongolia, China. Lu T. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology. 2018 Feb

Disaster, mobility, and the moral economy of exchange in Mongolian pastoralism. Murphy D. Nomadic Peoples. 2018 Jan

A condensed history of the public administration of pastoralism in Mongolia. Ahearn A. Nomadic Peoples. 2018 Jan

Sounding Original: Nature, Indigeneity, and Globalization in Mongolia (and Southern Germany). Colwell, A.H., 2018

*ethnomusicology – WI Notes

Review of’Pastoralism and common pool resources-rangeland co-management, property rights and access in Mongolia’, by Sandagsuren Undargaa. Addison, J., 2017 Dec

*Access to Book “Pastoralism and common pool resources-rangeland co-management, property rights and access in Mongolia’, by Sandagsuren Undargaa.” – WI Notes

Re-imagining collective action institutions: pastoralism in Mongolia. Undargaa S. Human ecology. 2017 Apr

*Valuable Mongolian Pastoralist Words – WI Notes

Exploring linked ecological and cultural tipping points in Mongolia. Fernández-Giménez ME, Venable NH, Angerer J, Fassnacht SR, Reid RS, Khishigbayar J. Anthropocene. 2017 Mar

The sacred mountain Shiveet Khairkhan (Bayan Ölgiy aimag, Mongolia) and the centering of cultural indicators in the age of nomadic pastoralism. Jacobson-Tepfer E, Meacham JE. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 2017 Mar

Animal economics: livestock, pastoralism and capitalism in post-socialist Mongolia (Doctoral dissertation, UCL (University College London)). Bristley, J.H., 2017

Sociocultural and Ecological Systems of Pastoralism in Inner Asia: Cases from Xinjiang and Inner Mongolia in China and the Pamirs of Badakhshan, Afghanistan. Kassam KA, Liao C, Dong S. InBuilding Resilience of Human-Natural Systems of Pastoralism in the Developing World 2016 Aug

Mediating and Moderating Factors for Positive Social Outcomes of Community-Based Rangeland Management in Mongolia. Ulambayar T, Fernandez-Gimenez M. In10th International Rangeland Congress 2016 Jul

Beyond property: Co-management and pastoral resource access in Mongolia. Undargaa S, McCarthy JF. World Development. 2016 Jan

Marginality, Climate and Resources in Pastoral Rangelands: Oman and Mongolia. Rangelands, Sternberg, T. and Chatty, D., 2016

Pastoral nomadism in the forest-steppe of the Mongolian Altai under a changing economy and a warming climate. Lkhagvadorj D, Hauck M, Dulamsuren C, Tsogtbaatar J. Journal of Arid Environments. 2013 Jan