Supplementary online data for paper entitled: Multiple livelihood strategies and high floristic diversity increase the adaptive capacity and resilience of Sri Lankan farming enterprises

  • Kamal Melvani (Creator)

Dataset

Description

Ph.D. research, valuing forest gardens in Sri Lanka.

Project Name: Multiple livelihood strategies and high floristic diversity increase the adaptive capacity and resilience of Sri Lankan farming enterprises

Collection: Aggregation of physical or digital objects treated as a unit for the purposes of supporting the manuscript submitted to the Science of the Total Environment journal.

Description of Resource: Comprised of 18 word documents.

Data Volume: 850kb
Date made available17 Apr 2020
PublisherCharles Darwin University - Datasets
Temporal coverage2013 - 2016
Date of data production2013 - 2019
Geographical coverageLatitudes 5º 54’ and 9º 52’ N and longitudes 79º 39’ and 81º 53’ E

Keywords

  • Forest gardens
  • Sri Lanka

Field of Research (FoR)

  • 0502 Environmental Science and Management

Cite this

Melvani, K. (Creator) (17 Apr 2020). Supplementary online data for paper entitled: Multiple livelihood strategies and high floristic diversity increase the adaptive capacity and resilience of Sri Lankan farming enterprises. Charles Darwin University - Datasets. 10.25913/5e9931587e74e