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Noemi Stadler-Kaulich

Noemi Stadler-Kaulich
Mollesnejta - Center of Andean Agroforestry, Bolivia · Agroforestry

Doctor of Education

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Introduction
agroforestry soil fertility biochar chipped rameal wood
Additional affiliations
January 1999 - present
Mollesnejta - Centre of Andean Agroforestry
Position
  • Managing Director
Description
  • Investigation of Andean Agroforestry, organization of investigation with universities and students, assistance in elaboration of final theses, teaching agroforestry and agroecology, consultancy in Agroforestry in Latin America, Africa and Europe
Education
October 1977 - July 1981
Freiburg University of Education + University Kassel-Witzenhausen
Field of study
  • International agronomics+pedagogy

Publications

Publications (14)
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Este artículo es una ampliación con datos recientes del artículo publicado en RevActaNova 2018, vol.8, Nr.4, pp.572-592. ISSN 1683-0789 de Stadler-Kaulich, N. y Perteguer, A., Más allá de la Agroforestería. El Biocarbón Activado y la Madera Rameal Fragmentada: utilización y preparación en Mollesnejta. Resumen El suelo es el fundamento de nuestra al...
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Geografia aplicada-una propuesta para construir un marco de investigación flexible La Geografía Aplicada no debe ser considerada como una sub-disciplina separada de la geografía, sino más bien como un intento de fomentar el diálogo sobre los impactos de la investigación para la solución de problemas públicos como es en el caso de las ciencias natur...
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Este libro tende un puente entre la Geografa Aplicada, una ciencia que busca solución a problemas actuales desde una perspectva holístca, y una propuesta concreta de innovación social, que permite una producción agrícola que mitga el impacto del cambio climátco e inicia procesos de restauración de suelos. Tomando en cuenta perspectvas europeas y la...
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As research on mycorrhiza progress and scientific knowledge about organic partnerships becomes more profound, mycorrhiza symbiosis is considered an essential parameter for the vitality of ecosystems. Concerning polyculture cultivation systems, the implementation of growth-promoting and nutrient-securing symbiotic partners is a crucial step towards...
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Soil erosion and poor production conditions in developing countries are a major problem for local primary care. It is therefore even more important to ensure a functioning and stable ecosystem from which agricultural plants profit, too. Trees have found a brilliant way to gather enough nutrients for their survival. They enter a symbiosis with speci...
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The article describes the similitude between the human and the vegetables in the interrelation, the communication, the senses and intelligence, with the conclusion that the plants have many similarities to the human being and must be treated with the same respect and dignity, as we claim for ourselves. Agroforestry systems offer the technique to pr...
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El estado boliviano alberga una diversidad de 36 etnias que a través de sus interrelaciones comerciales apoyan al bienestar de la sociedad. Las personas foráneas que recién llegan al país, por la necesidad de aprender sobre su entorno, desconocido hasta ese momento, buscan asociarse con los lugareños para lograr su vivir bien. Igual que en la socie...
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Conventional agriculture is in eternal struggle against nature with the only result being soil degradation. In the Andean valleys, soil degradation and climate change are the two causes that endanger the harvest. It is time to recognize the importance of a changing of paradigm, leaving behind the agriculture of extraction which hurts the environmen...

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