Invasiones biológicas y dimensiones humanas: Aún necesitamos trabajar duro en nuestras perspectivas sociales


  • Alejandro Bortolus Grupo de Ecología en Ambientes Costeros (GEAC). Instituto Patagónico para el Estudio de los Ecosistemas Continentales (IPEEC-CONICET). Puerto Madryn, Argentina
  • Evangelina Schwindt Grupo de Ecología en Ambientes Costeros (GEAC). Instituto de Biología de Organismos Marinos (IBIOMAR-CONICET). Puerto Madryn, Argentina


Palabras clave:

ciencias naturales, ciencias sociales, interdisciplinario, estudios humanísticos, valores, tradiciones, calidad de vida


En este artículo analizamos y desafiamos el paradigma que reduce el campo de las invasiones biológicas a sus componentes ecológicos. Para esto, revisamos trece casos de estudio agrupados dentro de tres dimensiones humanas principales (valores, tradiciones y calidad de vida) para mostrar cómo las invasiones biológicas se entretejen e interactúan con ellas. El grupo de dimensiones humanas que exploramos en este trabajo, aunque pequeño, expone un rico espectro de sinergias interdisciplinarias entre las ciencias naturales y sociales que deberían recibir más atención para hacer que el campo de las invasiones biológicas sea más sólido y socialmente integrado.


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Invasiones biológicas y dimensiones humanas: Aún necesitamos trabajar duro en nuestras perspectivas sociales




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Bortolus, A., & Schwindt, E. (2022). Invasiones biológicas y dimensiones humanas: Aún necesitamos trabajar duro en nuestras perspectivas sociales. Ecología Austral, 32(2bis), 767–783.