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Journal papers (33)

· Manzano, P., Seoane, J., Malo, J.E. (in prep). Dung can't measure it all. Removal by ants and beetles constrains dung density as a proxy for herbivore density in Mediterranean pastures.

· Manzano, P., Azcárate, F.M., Malo, J.E. (in prep). Can granivorous ants be better dung removers than beetles? An insight from Mediterranean sheep-grazed pastures.

· Longo , A; Manzano, P: (in prep). Improving delivery of extension services to small livestock keepers through mobile phone-based technology in Kenya.

· Manzano, P.*; Galvin, K.A.; Cabeza, M. (in prep). A global characterization of pastoral mobility types. (Pre-print available at Open Anthropology Research Repository: 120, doi: 10.1002/oarr.10000335.1)

33.- Serrano-Zulueta, R.; Gómez-Sal, A.; Pauné, F.; Velado-Alonso, E.; Garzón, J.; del Prado, A.; Herrera, P. M.; Majadas, J.; Pasetti, F.; Prada-Llorente, E.; Manzano, P.* (accepted). A classification of traditional pastoralism in Spain: understanding the past to address present challenges. Nomadic Peoples. ISSN 0822-7942, eISSN 1752-2366.

32.- Serrano-Zulueta, R.; Pardo, G.; Pauné, F.; del Prado, A.; Manzano, P.* (2023). Herbivory baseline estimates in Spanish Protected Areas, and environmental implications. Landscape Ecology 38, 3713–3729. ISSN 0921-2973, eISSN 1572-9761. doi: 10.1007/s10980-023-01783-y (Pre-print available at Research Square: 2535832, doi: 10.21203/; press release at BC3 "Establishing herbivory baselines: A new perspective on methane emissions in Spanish open ecosystems", 15th November 2023)

31.- Manzano, P.*; Azcarate, F.M.; Bencherif, S.; Burgas, D.; Byambaa, B.; Cabeza, M.; Cadahía, L.; Chatty, D.; Eronen, J.T.; Galvin, K.A.; Herrera, P.M.; Holand, Ø.; Itani, M.; Niamir-Fuller, M.; Pauné, F.; Perrier, G.; Scoones, I.; Seitsonen, O.; Stenseth, N.C.; Varela, E.; Waters-Bayer, A. (2023). Grazing research should consider mobility and governance. Science eLetter to doi 10.1126/science.abq4062 (pdf available at ResearchGate). eISSN 1095-9203.

30.- Serrano-Zulueta, R.; del Prado, A.; Manzano, P.* (2023). Regenerative Rangeland Management farmers in Spain: enthusiastic among a great diversity in farming conditions. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 47 (6), 810-833. ISSN 2168-3565, eISSN 2168-3573. doi: 10.1080/21683565.2023.2195359

29.- Manzano, P.; del Prado, A.; Pardo, G.* (2023). Comparable GHG emissions from animals in wildlife and livestock-dominated savannas. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science 6, 27. eISSN 2397-3722. doi: 10.1038/s41612-023-00349-8  Featured at BeefCentral: "Research shows similar emissions between wild herbivores and cattle" (11th April 2023), as well as at CELEP: "Comparing GHG emissions from pastoral livestock and wildlife in northern Tanzania" (18th December 2023).

28.- Pardo, G.; Casas, R.; del Prado, A.; Manzano, P.* (e-published ahead of print). Carbon footprint of transhumant sheep farms: accounting for natural baseline emissions in Mediterranean systems. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. ISSN 0948-3349, eISSN 1614-7502. doi: 10.1007/s11367-023-02135-3 (Pre-print available at Research Square: 1838904, ISSN: 2693-5015, doi: 10.21203/

27.- Manzano, P.*; Rowntree, J.; Thompson, L.; del Prado, A.; Ederer, P.; Windisch, W.; Lee, M. R. F. (2023). Challenges for the balanced attribution of livestock environmental impacts: the art of conveying simple messages about complex realities. Animal Frontiers 13 (2), 35-44. doi: 10.1093/af/vfac096 Featured at Farmers Weekly: "New study reaffirms livestock and meat benefits to society" (17th April 2023).

26.- Thompson, L.; Rowntree, J.; Windisch, W.; Waters, S.M.; Shalloo, L.; Manzano, P.* (2023). Ecosystem management using livestock: embracing diversity and respecting ecological principles. Animal Frontiers 13 (2), 28-34. ISSN 2160-6056, eISSN 2160-6064. doi: 10.1093/af/vfac094 Also featured at Farmers Weekly: "New study reaffirms livestock and meat benefits to society" (17th April 2023).

25.- Sharifian, A.*; Gantuya, B.; Wario, H.T.; Kotowski, M.A.; Barani, H.; Manzano, P.; Krätli, S.; Babai, D.; Biró, M.; Sáfián, L.; Erdenetsogt, J.; Qabel, Q.M.; Molnár, Z. (2023). Global principles in local traditional knowledge: a review of forage plant-livestock-herder interactions. Journal of Environmental Management 328 (15 Feb 2023), 116966. ISSN 0301-4797, eISSN 1095-8630. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2022.116966 

24.- Manzano, P.*; Pardo, G.; Itani, M.A.; del Prado, A. (2023). Underrated past herbivore densities could lead to misoriented sustainability policies. npj Biodiversity 2, 2. eISSN 2731-4243. doi: 10.1038/s44185-022-00005-z Featured at BeefCentral: "Historic herbivore herds on par with today" (24th January 2023).

23.- Leroy, F.*; Abraini, F.; Beal, T.; Domínguez-Salas, P.; Gregorini, P.; Manzano, P.; Rowntree, J.; van Vliet, S. (2022). Response to  a letter to the editor: Transformation of animal agriculture should be evidence-driven and respectful of livestock’s benefits and contextual aspects. Animal 16 (10), 100644. doi: 10.1016/j.animal.2022.100644

22.- Leroy, F.*; Abraini, F.; Beal, T.; Domínguez-Salas, P.; Gregorini, P.; Manzano, P.; Rowntree, J.; van Vliet, S. (2022). Animal board invited review: Animal source foods in healthy, sustainable, and ethical diets – An argument against drastic limitation of livestock in the food system. Animal 16 (3), 100457. ISSN 1751-7311, eISSN 1751-732X. doi: 10.1016/j.animal.2022.100457

21.- Bencherif, S.*; Dahmani, M. B.; Burgas, D.; Manzano, P. (2021). Current social and rangeland access trends among pastoralists in the Western Algerian Steppe. Land 10 (7), 674. ISSN 2073-445X . doi: 10.3390/land10070674

20.- Manzano, P.; Burgas, D.; Cadahía, L.; Eronen, J.; Fernández-Llamazares, Á.; Bencherif, S.; Holand, Ø.; Seitsonen, O.; Byambaa, B.; Fortelius, M.; Fernández-Giménez, M.E.; Galvin, K.A.; Cabeza, M.*; Stenseth, N.C.* (2021). Toward a holistic understanding of pastoralism. One Earth 4 (5), 651-665. ISSN 2590-3322. doi: 10.1016/j.oneear.2021.04.012 

19.- Manzano, P. (2021). Lecture d’actualité : Niveaux de référence dans les systèmes d'élevage . Viandes et Produits Carnés 37, VPC-2021-37-1-4.  ISSN 2555-8560 (html version here, pdf version here)

18.- del Prado, A.*: Manzano, P.; Pardo, G. (2021). The role of the European small ruminant dairy sector on stabilizing global temperatures: lessons from GWP* warming-equivalent emission metrics. Journal of Dairy Research 8 (1), 8-15. ISSN 0022-0299 (Print), 1469-7629 (Online). doi:  10.1017/S0022029921000157 (pdf version here).

17.- Griffith, E. F.*; Pius, L.; Manzano, P.; Jost, C. C. (2020). COVID-19 in pastoral contexts in the Greater Horn of Africa: implications and recommendations. Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice (Springer) 10, 22. ISSN 2041-7136. doi: 10.1186/s13570-020-00178-x (pdf version here).

16.- García-Fernández, A.; Manzano, P.*; Seoane, J.; Azcárate, F.M.; Iriondo, J.M.; Peco, B. (2019). Herbivore corridors sustain genetic footprint in plant populations: a case for Spanish drove roads. PeerJ 7, e7311. ISSN: 2167-8359. doi: 10.7717/peerj.7311 (Pre-print available at PeerJ preprints: 27222, ISSN: 2167-9843, doi: 10.7287/peerj.preprints.27222v1) (featured at Groupe Travail Désertification, at Revue Sesame at INRAE, at the press department of madri+d and at a variety of Spanish media).

15.- Manzano, P.*; White, S.R. (2019). Intensifying pastoralism may not reduce greenhouse gas emissions: wildlife-dominated landscape scenarios as a baseline in life cycle analysis. Climate Research 77 (2), 91-97. ISSN: 0936-577X (print), 1616-1572 (online). doi: 10.3354/cr01555 (view pdf version here) (featured at IUCN CEM and at the Groupe Travail Désertification)

14.- Manzano, P.* (2017). Development interventions on pastoralist areas: a new decision matrix to identify win-win situations and no-go zones. The Solutions Journal 8 (3) (ResearchGate version here; former URL of the original paper here). ISSN: 2154-0926. (featured at the Coalition of European Lobbies for East African Pastoralism's website)

13.- Rota, C.*; Manzano, P.; Carmona, C.P.; Malo, J.E.; Peco, B. (2017). Plant community assembly in Mediterranean grasslands: Understanding the interplay between grazing pressure and spatio-temporal water availability. Journal of Vegetation Science 28 (1), 149-159. ISSN 1100-9233 (print), 1654-1103 (online). doi: 10.1111/jvs.12470 (request a copy here; Appendices: 1; 2)

12.- Manzano, P.* (2015). Pastoralist Ownership of Rural Transformation: The adequate path to change. Development 58 (2-3), 326-332. ISSN: 1011-6370, EISSN: 1461-7072. doi: 10.1057/s41301-016-0012-6 (view pdf version here)

11.- Manzano, P.*; Agarwal, M. (2015). Pastoralist Participation and Networking in Policy dialogue: Dimensions and Challenges. UNEP Perspectives 18, 1-16. (pdf version here)

10.- Azcárate, F.M.*; Robleño, I.; Seoane, J.; Manzano, P.; Peco, B. (2013). Drove roads as local biodiversity reservoirs: effects on landscape pattern and plant communities in a Mediterranean region. Applied Vegetation Science 16 (3), 480-490. ISSN 1402-2001 (print), 1654-109X (online). doi: 10.1111/avsc.12003 (full version here) (Appendices: 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7).

9.- Notenbaert, A.M.O.*; Davies, J.; de Leeuw, J.; Said, M.; Herrero, M.; Manzano, P.; Waithaka, M.; Aboud, A.; Omondi, S. (2012). Policies in support of pastoralism and biodiversity in the heterogeneous drylands of East Africa. Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice (Springer) 2:14. ISSN 2041-7136. doi: 10.1186/2041-7136-2-14 (pdf version here)

8.- Bullock, J.M.*; Galsworthy, S.J.; Manzano, P.; Poschlod, P.; Eichberg, C.; Walker, K.; Wichmann, M.C. (2011). Process-based functions for seed retention on animals: a test of improved descriptions of dispersal using multiple data sets. Oikos 120 (8), 1201-1208. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2010.19092.x (request a copy here). © Blackwell Publishing.

7.- Manzano, P.*; Azcárate, F.M.; Peco, B.; Malo, J.E. (2010). Are ecologists blind to small things? The missed stories on non-tropical seed predation on feces. Oikos 119 (10), 1537-1545. ISSN 0030-1299 (online 1600-0706) doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2010.18602.x (demand a copy here) (featured at Agencia SINC, and at the National Geographic website (Spanish version)). © Blackwell Publishing.

6.- Cortada, L.; Manzano, P.; Sorribas, F.J.; Ornat, C.: Verdejo-Lucas, S.* (2010). The resistance response of Solanum huaylasense accession LA1358 to Meloidogyne spp. Nematropica 40 (1), 31-40. ISSN 0099-5444 (full version here).

5.- Azcárate, F.M.*; Manzano, P.; Peco, B. (2010). Testing seed-size predictions in Mediterranean annual grasslands. Seed Science Research 20 (4), 179-188. doi: 10.1017/S0960258510000176 (full version here). © Cambridge University Press

4.- Manzano, P.*; Casas, R. (2010). Past, present and future of trashumancia in Spain: nomadism in a developed country. Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice (Practical Action) 1 (1), 72-90. ISSN 2041-7128; doi: 10.6084/m9.figshare.12253130 (full version here).

3.- Sánchez-Meseguer, A.; Manzano, P.* (2008). Sobre la presencia de Vicia dasycarpa Ten. en el centro peninsular (On the presence of Vicia dasycarpa Ten. in the center of the Iberian Peninsula). Lagascalia28, 438-439. ISSN 0210-7708 (full version here)

2.- Manzano, P.*; Malo, J.E. (2006). Extreme long-distance seed dispersal via sheep. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4 (5), 244-248. ISSN 1540-9295; doi: 10.1890/1540-9295(2006)004[0244:ELSDVS]2.0.CO;2 (full version here) (featured at Science's Editor's Choice and at the madri+d bulletin)

1.- Manzano, P.*; Malo, J.E.; Peco, B. (2005). Sheep gut passage and survival of Mediterranean shrub seeds. Seed Science Research 15 (1), 21-28. ISSN 0960-2585 (print), 1475-2735 (online); doi:10.1079/SSR2004192 (full version here). © Cambridge University Press

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Books (8)

8.- Manzano, P. ; Batalla, I.; Pardo, G.; del Prado, A. (eds) (2023) “Mirando a las raíces: Carbon farming”, Bilbao, 11-12 de mayo de 2023 Libro de resúmenes del X Remedia Workshop. Basque Centre for Climate Change - BC3. ISBN: 978-84-09-51368-0. Download pdf

7.- Odhiambo, M.; Manzano, P. (2022) Making way. Developing national legal and policy frameworks for pastoral mobility. Edited by N. Maru. FAO Animal Production and Health Guidelines, No. 28. FAO, Rome. ISBN: 978-92-5-135700-2. Download English version.  doi: 10.4060/cb8461en (presented on June 5th 2023 at a webinar in FAO)

6.- Molina-Flores, B.; Manzano-Baena, P.; Coulibaly, M.A. (2020) The role of livestock in food security, poverty reduction and wealth creation in West Africa. Edited by B. Bedane. FAO, Accra. ISBN 978-92-5-132339-7. Download English version, future download for French version here. doi: 10.4060/ca8385en

5.- Teillard, F.; Finn; J.A.; Said, M.Y.; Alkemade, R.; Anton, A.; Dumont, B.; Funes Monzote; F.R.; Henry, B.K.; Maia de Souza, D.; Manzano, P.; Milà i Canals, Ll.; Phelps, C.; Vijn, S.; White, S.R.; Zerfas, H.P. (2016) Principles for the assessment of livestock impacts on biodiversity. Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership. FAO, Rome, Italy. ISBN 978-92-5-109521-8 doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3126.5127 Download.

This publication includes:

4.- Teillard, F.; Anton, A.; Dumont, B.; Finn; J.A.; Henry, B.A.; Maia de Souza, D.; Manzano, P.; Milà i Canals, Ll.; Phelps, C.; Said, M.Y.; Vijn, S.; White, S.R. (2016) A review of indicators and methods to assess biodiversity – application to livestock production at global scale. Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership. FAO, Rome, Italy. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4125.9367 Download.

3.- Herrera, P. M.; Davies, J.; Manzano Baena, P., eds. (2014) The Governance of Rangelands: Collective Action for Sustainable Pastoralism. Routledge, London. 320 pp. ISBN 978-1138785144. DOI: 10.4324/9781315768014 (full pdf here; available at Routledge, Amazon & Google Books). Reviewed by C. Bedelian at Pastoralism and M. Fernandez-Gimenez at African Journal of Range & Forage Science.

This publication includes:

2.- IUCN (2012). Supporting Sustainable Pastoral Livelihoods: A Global Perspective on Minimum Standards and Good Practices. 2nd Edition March 2012: published for review and consultation through global learning fora. Nairobi, Kenya: IUCN ESARO office. vi + 34pp. (P.M. book co-author, unacknowleged). Published in EN, FR, ES, AR, RU,  ZH; English PDF here, French PDF here, Spanish PDF here, Arabic PDF here, Russian PDF here, Mandarin Chinese PDF here.

1.- IUCN (2011). The land we graze. A synthesis of case studies about how pastoralists’ organizations defend their land rights. IUCN ESARO office, Nairobi, Kenya. viii + 48pp. (P.M. book editor, unacknowleged). Published in EN, FR, ES; English PDF here; French PDF here; Spanish PDF here)

Book chapters (4)

4.- Griffith, E.F.*; Craige, S.; Manzano, P.; Pius, L.; Jost, C.C. (2021) Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on food security among East and West African pastoralists. Advances in Food Security and Sustainability (book series) 6, 231-261. ISBN: 978-0-12-821307-0; ISSN: 2452-2635. doi: 10.1016/bs.af2s.2021.07.004 

3.- García-Montero, L.G.*; Manzano, P.; Alwanney, D.; Valverde-Asenjo, I.; Álvarez, A.; Benito-Matías, L.; Parladé, X.; Ortuño, S.; Morcillo, M.; Gascó, A.; Calderón-Guerrero, C.; Mauro, F.; Méndez, M.; Sánchez-Medina, Á.; Andrés, M.P.; Quintana, J.R.; Menta, C.; Pinto, S.; Pinto, L.; Pita, P.; Turkmen, C.; Pascual, C.; Ayuga, E.; Torrent, F.; Robredo, J.C.; Martín-Ortega, P.; Pera, J.; Gómez, L.; Almendros, G.; Colinas, C.; Verrecchia, E.P. (2017) Towards integrated understanding of rhizosphere phenomenon as ecological driver: can rhizoculture improve agricutural and forestry systems?. In: Lukac, M.; Grenni, P.; Gamboni, M. (eds.), Soil biological communities and ecosystem resilience. Springer, Heidelberg, pp. 43-75 (Chapter 4). 978-3-319-63336-7. Part of the Sustainability in Plant and Crop Protection book series. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-63336-7_4 

2.- Manzano Baena, P.* (2012) Shaping policies. Science-policy interface in Natural Resources Management. In: Davies, J. (ed.), Conservation and sustainable development. Linking practice and policy in Eastern Africa. Taylor & Francis, New York and London; IDRC, Ottawa, pp. 107-126 (Chapter 7). doi: 10.4324/9780203131480-14. ISBN 978-0-415-50182-8 (full chapter here; chapter available at Google Books, book partially available at Google Books; full book available here).

1.- Azcárate, F.M.*; Manzano, P. (2011) A fable on voracious and gourmet ants: ant-seed interactions from predation to dispersal. In: Polidori, C. (ed.), Predation in the Hymenoptera: An Evolutionary perspective. Transworld Research Network, Kerala, India, pp. 79-99 (Chapter 4). ISBN: 978-81-7895-530-8 (chapter pdf available here).

Book Reviews (2)

2.- Yamat, L.E.; Manzano, P. (2024). Conservation and Community in Kenya: Milking the Elephant. Carolyn K. Lesorogol. London: Lexington Books, 2022. ISBN 978-1-7936-5029-0 (HB), 225 pp. Nomadic Peoples, 28, pp.134-138. ISSN: 0822-7942 (print) 1752-2366 (online). doi: 10.3828/whpnp.63837646691048.

1.- (Unacknowledged, 2015) The Governance of rangelands: collective action for sustainable pastoralism. Edited by P.M.Herrera, J.Davies and P.Manzano. Routleddge, London Published in 2014, pp. 320 ISBN 978-1138785144. Animal Genetic Resources/Ressources génétiques animales/Recursos genéticos animales, 57, pp. 127–128. ISSN: 2078-6336 (print), 2078-6344 (online); doi: 10.1017/S207863361500034X. (pdf available here)

Conference Papers (16)

16.- Bencherif, S.; Manzano P. (2021). Intensification of Pastoralism as a Driver of Degradation in the Algerian Steppe. In: In: Sustainable Use of Grassland and Rangeland Resources for Improved Livelihoods. Joint XXIV International Grassland and XI International Rangeland Kenya 2021 Virtual Congress. Congress Proceedings Vol. 2, pp. 917-920.  ISBN: 978-9966-30-094-2. 25th-29th Oct, Nairobi, Kenya (abstract at servers in UKentucky in html version here, full paper in pdf version here; full paper in conference proceedings at servers of KALRO in pdf version here).

15.- Manzano P.; White, S.R. (2021). Considering Natural Baselines When Calculating Livestock Impacts Point to a Negligible Role of Grass-Fed Livestock Systems in Climate Change. In: Sustainable Use of Grassland and Rangeland Resources for Improved Livelihoods. Joint XXIV International Grassland and XI International Rangeland Kenya 2021 Virtual Congress. Congress Proceedings Vol. 2, pp. 774-779.  ISBN: 978-9966-30-094-2. 25th-29th Oct, Nairobi, Kenya (abstract at servers in UKentucky in html version here, full paper in pdf version here; full paper in conference proceedings at servers of KALRO in pdf version here).

14.- Cabeza, M.; Manzano P.; Burgas, D.; Cadahia, L.; Eronen, J.; Fernández-Llamazares, Á.; Bencherif, S.; Holand, Ø.; Fortelius, M.; Seitsonen, O.; Fernández-Giménez, M.E.; Galvin, K.A.; Stenseth, N.Chr. (2021). Towards a holistic understanding of pastoralism. In: Proceedings of the XXIV International Grassland Congress & XI International Rangeland Congress. 25th-29th Oct, Nairobi, Kenya (abstract in html version here, full paper in pdf version here). 

13.-  Manzano P. (2021). Challenges of Pastoralism and Rangelands in Europe. In: Sustainable Use of Grassland and Rangeland Resources for Improved Livelihoods. Joint XXIV International Grassland and XI International Rangeland Kenya 2021 Virtual Congress. Congress Proceedings Vol. 1, pp. 569-574 (paper 106).  ISBN: 978-9966-30-093-5. 25th-29th Oct, Nairobi, Kenya (abstract at servers in UKentucky in html version here, full paper in pdf version here; full paper in conference proceedings at servers of KALRO in pdf version here). 

12.- Cevallos, M.R.; Manzano P. (2021). Women’s Empowerment for Demographic Issues and Conflicts in African Pastoralist Societies. In: Sustainable Use of Grassland and Rangeland Resources for Improved Livelihoods. Joint XXIV International Grassland and XI International Rangeland Kenya 2021 Virtual Congress. Congress Proceedings Vol.  1, pp. 889-893 (paper 169).  ISBN: 978-9966-30-093-5. 25th-29th Oct, Nairobi, Kenya (abstract at servers in UKentucky in html version here, full paper in pdf version here; full paper in conference proceedings at servers of KALRO in pdf version here). 

11.-  Manzano P.; García-Fernández, A.; Seoane, J.; Azcárate, F.M.; Iriondo, J.M.; Peco, B. (2021). Livestock Corridors Working as Pollinator Refuges and Dispersal Hotspots: Lessons from Spain. In: Sustainable Use of Grassland and Rangeland Resources for Improved Livelihoods. Joint XXIV International Grassland and XI International Rangeland Kenya 2021 Virtual Congress. Congress Proceedings Vol. 1, pp. 744-749 (paper 141).  ISBN: 978-9966-30-093-5. 25th-29th Oct, Nairobi, Kenya (abstract at servers in UKentucky in html version here, full paper in pdf version here; full paper in conference proceedings at servers of KALRO in pdf version here). 

10.-  Manzano P. (2020). Impacto climático reducido de sistemas ganaderos extensivos: claves de los niveles de referencia (Reduced climatic impact in extensive livestock systems: keys from baselines). In: Bustamante Muñoz, M.A.; Sáez Tovar, J.; Pérez Murcia, M.D.; Moral Herrero, R. VIII Remedia Workshop: Economía circular como catalizador de la sostenibilidadmedioambiental del sector primario español. 22nd-23rd Sept, Elche, Spain. pp: 61-64 (full paper here, keynote lecture here). ISBN 978-84-09-20058-0

9.- Manzano, P.; Slootweg, S. (2017). Demography, social services and conflict: keys for the future of African pastoralist systems. In: Camara, A.D.; Taugourdeau, S. Pastoralism in the current of global changes: stakes, challenges and prospects. 20th-24th November, Dakar, Senegal, pp: 215-216. (full paper here)

8.- Manzano, P. & White, S.R. (2016) Correct accounting of alternative scenarios shows that livestock fed only on pasture does not deviate from natural baseline GHG emissions. In: 6th Multi-Stakeholder Meeting of FAO’s Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock. 20th- 23rd June, Panama (presentation here).

7.- Abdillahi, A.; Kisoyan, P.; de Leeuw, J.; Said, M.Y.; Notenbaert, A.; Gitau, J.; Malicha Roba, G.; Manzano, P.; Omondi, S.; Waithaka, M.; Kyotalimye, M. (2013) Drylands development, pastoralism and biodiversity conservation in Eastern Africa. 22nd ASARECA General Assembly. Bujumbura (Burundi) (presentation here).

6.- Manzano, P. (2013) Sustainable livestock production - The role of sustainable pastoralism. Parallel session event. In: 3rd Multistakeholder Meeting, Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock, 22nd-24th January, Nairobi, Kenya (presentation here).

5.- Manzano, P. (2012) Aichi biodiversity targets in Drylands. Session: Playing a win-win game: What is the implication of drylands land restoration for meeting the Aichi Biodiversity Targets? Panel session 1 of the event at the Rio Pavillion Land Day 6: Land-Degradation Neutrality: A Response to the 2020 Aichi Biodiversity. In: UNCBD 11th Conference of the Parties, 8th-19th October, Hyderabad, India (presentation here).

4.- Manzano, P.; Ng’eny, N.; Davies, J. (2011) Changing mentalities towards pastoralism across scales: the World Initiative for Sustainable Pastoralism and other related initiatives. IX International Rangeland Congress. Rosario (Argentina). pp: 760-76 (full paper here).

3.- Manzano, P.; Seoane, J.; Malo, J.E. (2011) Spatial patterns of grazing by sheep Ovis aries and the significance of shepherds in a Mediterranean pasture. IX International Rangeland Congress. Rosario (Argentina). pp: 359 (full paper here).

2.- Casas Nogales, R.; Manzano Baena, P. (2010) Hagamos bien las cuentas. Eficiencia y servicios de la trashumancia en la Cañada Real Conquense (Let’s do proper accounting. Efficiency and services from transhumance at the Conquense Drove Road). II CongresoNacional de Vías Pecuarias.  Oral communication. Cáceres, Spain. pp: 302-315 (full paper here).

1.- Manzano, P.; Ng'eny, N.; Davies, J. (2010) La Iniciativa Mundial por un Pastoralismo Sostenible (IMPS) y la importancia económica, social y ambiental de los pastores a nivel global (The World Initiative for Sustainable Pastoralism (WISP) and the economic, social and environmental importance of pastoralists at the global scale).  II Congreso Nacional de Vías Pecuarias.  Oral communication. Cáceres, Spain. pp: 336-343 (full paper here).

Academic Theses (2)

2.- Manzano, P. (2015) Transporte de semillas por las ovejas trashumantes, y sus potenciales implicaciones en la vegetación (Seed transport by transhumant sheep and its potential implications for vegetation). PhD thesis, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (available here). Featured at Revista Pastos 45(1): 59-62 (June 2015) - pdf (available here).

1.- Manzano, P. (2004) Aproximación experimental a la dispersión epizoócora a larga distancia por ovejas transhumantes (Experimental approach to epizoochorous long distance dispersal by transhumant sheep). MSc thesis, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (available here).

Non Peer-reviewed (179)

Book chapters (4)

4.- Varela Redondo, E; Manzano, P. (2024) Pastoreo: lo tradicional se vuelve innovador (Pastoralism: tradition becomes innovative). In: Martínez-Valderrama, J.; Soliveres Codina, S.; Maestre, F.T. (eds.), Arida Cutis. Ecología y retos de las zonas áridas en un mundo cambiante. Colección ADN 2, Publicacions de l'Universitat d'Alacant, San Vicente de Raspeig, Spain, pp. 107-118 (Chapter 13). ISBN: 978-84-97178-63-1. 

3.- del Prado, A.; Pardo, G.; Batalla, I.; Manzano, P. (2022). La huella ambiental de la producción lechera española en el contexto internacional (Spanish dairy’s environmental footprint in the international context). In: López Iglesias, E.; Lainez Andrés, M. (coords.), El sector lácteo en España. Monografías 44, Cajamar Caja Rural, Alicante, Spain, pp. 319-336 (Chapter 17) ISBN: 978-84-95531-67-4 (full pdf here)

2.- del Prado, A.; Pardo, I.; Batalla, I.; Manzano, P. (2021) El análisis del ciclo de vida en las actividades ganaderas (Life cycle análisis in animal husbandry). In: Lainez Andrés, M.; Calvet Sanz, S.; Estellés, F. (coords.), Sostenibilidad en la Producción Ganadera. Monografías 43, Cajamar Caja Rural, Alicante, Spain, pp. 19-37 (Chapter 1). ISBN: 978-84-95531-63-6. 

1.- Manzano Baena, P. (2016) Préface. In: Nugteren, H.; Le Côme, C. Libérer le potentiel du pastoralisme pour développer l’Afrique de l’Ouest (Unleashing the potential of pastoralism to develop West-Africa). Edited by F. Zaal, T. Hilhorst, J. Sluijs, pp. 8-9. ISBN: 978-94-6022-431-7 (full pdf here)

Technical reports (24)

24.- Aucejo Ibáñez, M.; Manzano Baena, P. (2023). Sostenibilidad asociada a la trashumancia y su similitud con los procesos naturales mediados por herbívoros (Transhumance-related sustainability and its similarity with natural processes mediated by herbivores). Legislación y Recursos sobre Trashumancia. Portal del Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de España, Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte, Madrid. PDF for download here

23.- Pasetti, F.; Serrano, R.; Manzano, P.; Herrera, P. (2023). Accounting for pastoralists in Spain. Information brief, League for Pastoral Peoples and Endogenous Livestock Development, Ober-Ramstadt. PDF for download here

22.- Serrano-Zulueta, R.; Manzano, P.; del Prado, A. (2022). El impulso y desarrollo de la ganadería regenerativa como herramienta para la sostenibilidad agroalimentaria (The encouragement and development of regenerative grazing as a tool for agrifood sustainability). Policy brief, BC3, Leioa. PDF for download here

21.- del Prado, A.; Manzano, P. (2020). La ganadería y su contribución al cambio climático (Animal husbandry and its contribution to climate change). Friends of the Earth Spain & BC3, Madrid. Press release available here, PDF available here. Press coverage at Cadena Ser, at Europa Press, at Zamora 24 horas, at Tercera Información and at Interempresas.

20.- Alibés, J.; García, J.; Herrera, P.M.; Llorente, M.; Majadas, J.; Manzano, P.; Moreno, G.; Navarro, A.; Orodea, M.; Oteros, E.; Ottolini, I.; Rivera, M.; Rodríguez-Estévez, V.; Roig, S.; Salguero, C.; Sánchez, P.; Sanz, S.; Turiño, M. (2020). Extensive livestock farming and climate change: an in-depth approach. Pedro M. Herrera (ed). Fundación Entretantos & Plataforma por la Ganadería Extensiva y el Pastoralismo. ISBN 978-84-09-20041-2. PDF available here.

19.- Manzano, P. (2019) A brief view over the EU policy impacts on non EU Mediterranean countries’ nature and culture: some examples. Mediterranean Consortium for Nature and Culture.

18.- Manzano, P. (2019) Tools for change: theory and practice coming together at the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock. FAO, Rome.

17.- Manzano, P.; Yamat, L.E. (2018) Livestock sector in the Ngorongoro District: analysis, shortcomings and options for improvement. Ngorongoro District Council and GIZ, Wasso & Dar es Salaam (full version here).

16.- Manzano, P. (2018) Traditional pastoralist governance and the national devolution process in Kenya: challenges and opportunities for action. A scoping review for Saferworld. Edited by Bennett, W. Saferworld, London. pdf  available here, outcome publication by W. Bennett available here.

15.- Manzano, P. (2018) Land Portal Discussion Report “Making Rangelands More Secure”, January 29th to February 14th, 2018. Land Portal Foundation, Groningen. Discussion report available in English (also available at the knowledge repository of  CGIAR), Spanish, French and Russian.

14.- Manzano-Baena, P.; Salguero-Herrera, C. (2018) Mobile Pastoralism in the Mediterranean: Arguments and evidence for policy reform and to combat climate change. Mediterranean Consortium for Nature and Culture (edited by Liza Zogib). Download English version, Spanish version, French version, Turkish version. Featured at ILRI's website, press department of madri+d, Agroinformación and

13.- Manzano, P. (2017) Pastoralism as a key tool for plant conservation: Creating conditions for adequate practice. Workshop report, Kahramanmaraş, Turkey, 9th -12th October 2017. IUCN Med, Malaga. Full version here.

12.- Manzano Baena, P. Nugteren, H. (2017) Regional Consultation with Pastoralist and Livestock breeder’s civil society organizations - Towards better policies in support of pastoralism (VSF-IFAD project). Final report of the external final evaluation. MBamtal Ltd., Ouagadougou.

11.- Manzano, P. (2017) Nexus between Smallholder farmers and livestock keepers and forcibly displaced people in East and Central Africa. Good practice note. The World Bank, Nairobi.

10.- De Camillis, C.; Agarwal, M.; Manzano, P.; Uwizeye, A. (2015). Developing Sound Tools for Transition to Sustainable Food and Agriculture - Methodological notes. Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership. FAO, Rome, Italy. Download.

9.- Manzano, P. (ed.) (2014) Community Based Adaptation to climate change strengthens pastoralists’ resilience. Special Issue. JotoAfrika 14, July 2014. ISSN 2075-5562. Download English version, download French version.

8.- Davies, J.M.; Manzano, P.; Onyango, V.; Gudka, M. (2012) 3. Biodiversity of dry and sub-humid lands (Agenda item 13.1). In: IUCN’s Position on selected issues on the Agenda. Eleventh Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity, Hyderabad, India, 8-19 October, 2012. Position paper, pp. 5-7. Download

7.- Gudka, M.; Manzano, P. (2012) Securing rights and restoring land: midterm evaluation Botswana. Download.

6.- Manzano Baena, P. (2012) Chapters 2 (Dimensión internacional de la trashumanciaInternational dimensión of transhumance) and 8 (Servicios ambientales y culturales de la trashumancia: los servicios ecosistémicosEnvironmental and cultural services of transhumance: the ecosystem services). In: AA.VV. (2012) La Trashumancia en España. Libro Blanco (Transhumance in Spain. White Book). Ministerio de Agricultura, Alimentación y Medio Ambiente (Spanish Ministry of Environment). Full book downloadable here

5.- Aboud, A.A.; Kisoyan, P.K.; Said, M.Y.; Notenbaert, A.; de Leeuw, J.; Gitau, J.W.; Manzano, P.; Davies, J.M.; Roba, G.M.; Omondi, S.O.; Odhiambo, M.O. (2012) Natural Resource Management and Biodiversity Conservation in the Drylands of Eastern and Central Africa. ASARECA, Entebbe. viii + 91pp. Download

Derived from this publication are the following briefs:

4.- Manzano Baena, P. (2009) Potential of Pramenka wool. BVCF-AECID, Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina. 10 p. Available in Spanish and in English .

3.- Manzano Baena, P.; Velagić Habul, E.; Čaušević, Z. & Hadžiabdić, S. (2009) Pastoralism: An opportunity for eco-development in Bosnia and Herzegovina. BVCF-AECID, Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina. 58 p. Available in English and in Štokavian.

2.- Ruiz Yebra, C.; Torralba Baraja, V.; Manzano Baena, P. Murciano Quejido, E.; Martín Jiménez, O.; Reguera San José, A.I.; Rosa del Castillo, P.; Gallego Piñero, R.; de Andrés Caramés, Á. (2007) Estudio sobre la oferta de turismo de embalses en Extremadura (Study on the tourism offer at dams in Extremadura). Ecotono S.L. - D.G. Turismo, Junta de Extremadura. 343 pp.

1.- Casas Nogales, R. & Manzano Baena, P. (2007) Valoración económica del pastoralismo en España (Economic valuation of pastoralism in Spain). WISP-IUCN document. 40 pp. Download. Press features by IUCN available. First one: English, French, Spanish. Second one: English, French, Spanish.

Other journals (42)

42.- González-Recio, O.; Estellés Barber, F.; Manzano, P. (2024). ¿Reducir el consumo de carne y lacteos disminuye las emisiones de metano? (Does a reduction of meat and dairy consumption mitigate methane emissions?). The Conversation edición en español, 25th April 2024 (full html here). Reproduced at El Español. Ethic, Revista Frisona Española, Mundo Agropecuario, Ahora Mundo, and Yahoo News.

41.- Serrano Zulueta, R.; Pardo, G.; del Prado Santeodoro, A.; Manzano, P. (2024). Mucha fibra para poco ciervo: por qué hay menos herbívoros silvestres de los que pueden albergar los ecosistemas (Much fibre a do about few deer: why there are less wild herbivores than what ecosystems can host). The Conversation edición en español, 19th March 2024 (full html here). Reproduced at El Obrero, Distrito Forestal, and Yahoo News.

40.- Manzano, P. (2024). Impactos ambientales de la ganadería: análisis más finos, y perspectivas agroecológicas (Livestock environmental impacts: finer analyses, and agroecological perspectives). Profesión Veterinaria 101, 74-82 (Dic 2023 - Mar 2024).

39.- Manzano, P.; del Prado Santeodoro, A.; Pardo, G.; Serrano Zulueta, R. (2024). ¿Qué nos enseñan los herbívoros silvestres sobre el impacto climático de la ganadería? (What do wild herbivores teach us on livestock's climatic impact?). The Conversation edición en español, 3rd January 2024 (full html here). Reproduced at Climática, Red Remedia blog, Restauración de Ecosistemas, El Obrero, Red/Acción, Mundo Agropecuario, Ecoavant, El Productor, and Yahoo News.

38.- Manzano B., P. & Peñuela R., L. (2023). Los herbívoros en la sabana inundable de la Orinoquia (Herbivores in the floodable savanna of the Orinoquia). Revista DeCarne 67, 48-49 (Diciembre 2023).

37.- Manzano, P. (2023). Dietas sostenibles. No importa qué como, sino cómo se produce (Sustainable diets: it doesn't matter what I eat, but how it is produced). Revista Soberanía Alimentaria, Biodiversidad y Culturas 48, 24-28 (otoño 2023) (full html here).

36.- Azcárate, F.M.; Manzano, P.; Hevia, V. (2023). ¿Es la ganadería extensiva incompatible con la renaturalización? (Is extensive livestock not compatible with rewilding?). The Conversation edición en español, 19th July 2023 (full html here). Reproduced at Los enlaces de la vida, RICA, Mundo Agropecuario, and Yahoo in Spanish.

35.- Manzano Baena, P. (2023) Conocimiento pastoril: moderno y sofisticado (Pastoralist knowledge: modern & sophisticated). Op-ed at Planeta Futuro, El País (Spain), digital edition, 15th May 2023 (full version here).

34.- Manzano Baena, P.; Abella Gutiérrez, I. (2023) Los cuatro errores de quienes critican las reservas privadas de Kenia (The four mistakes of those who criticize private conservancies in Kenya). Op-ed at Planeta Futuro, El País (Spain), digital edition, 23rd March 2023 (full version here).

33.- Manzano, P.; Haaskjold Inderhaug, M.; Lekang, K. (2023) Beitedyrene spiller en viktig rolle for klima og økologi (Grazing animals play an important role in climate and ecology). Op-ed at (the channel at for debate and popular science). 2nd January 2023 (full version here).

32.- Manzano Baena, P. (2022) Por qué comer animales puede ayudar a luchar contra el cambio climático (Why eating animals can help fighting climate change). Op-ed at El País Clima y Medio Ambiente, El País (Spain), digital edition, 16th November 2022 (full version here).

31.- Yamat, L., Manzano, P. (2022). Ngorongoro Evictions a Bad Idea: People and Nature Can Coexist. The Elephant, 11th June 2022 (full html here). Republished at the Land Portal and Jamii Forums.

30.- Manzano, P., Yamat, L. (2022). Evicting people from Tanzania’s Ngorongoro conservation area is a bad idea, there are alternatives. The Conversation, Africa edition, 28th April 2022 (full html here). Republished at, PINGO's Forum, Modern Ghana,, menafn, The Oasis Reporters, and Inkl. Spanish version published at The Conversation edición en español, 13th June 2022 - full html here. Republished at Diario de Navarra, Vozpópuli,, El Obrero, and Yahoo News.

29.- Manzano, P. (2022). Abelazkuntza motak eztabaidagai (Types of livestock under discussion). Berria, 28th January 2022 (full html here).

28.- Manzano, P.; del Prado, A. (2022). ¿Podemos renunciar a la ganadería industrial? (Can we give up industrial animal husbandry?). The Conversation edición en español, 13th January 2022 (full html here). Republished at Diari de Tarragona,, Mundo Agropecuario, Asociación Meteorológica Española, and Yahoo News.

27.- Manzano, P. (2021). El caprino es el futuro (Goat husbandry is the future). Tierras Caprino 35, 14-17. ISSN 2340-9827, EISSN 2696-3744.

26.- Manzano, P.; Navarro, A.; del Prado, A.; (2021) Mejor carne, mejor vida (Better meat, better life). Op-ed at, 8th August 2021 (full version here).

25.- Manzano Baena, P. (2021) Dejar de observar el pastoreo, para pasar a entenderlo (No more observing pastoralism - understand it!). Op-ed at Planeta Futuro, El País (Spain), digital edition, 21st July 2021 (full version here).

24.- Ottolini, I.; Manzano, P. (2021).  Mediar entre humanos para conservar a los lobos (Mediating between humans to conserve wolves). The Conversation edición en español, 3rd February 2021 (full html here). Reproduced at Público, Cambio16, Castilla-La Mancha Media, Contrainformación, EcoAvant, Revista Jara y Sedal and Spanish Revolution.

23.- Manzano, P.; (2020) Control veterinario, pastoreo móvil y sostenibilidad (Veterinary control, mobile pastoralism and sustainability). Revista Albéitar 240 (November 2020), 18-20. ISSN 1699-7883 (pdf version available here, html abridged version here). Translation into Portuguese published as Controlo médico‐veterinário, pastoreio móvel e sustentabilidade at Revista Albéitar N1/2021 (February 2021), 32-34. ISSN 1646-1177 (pdf version available here).

22.- Manzano Baena, P.; Cortada González, L.; Arnal Canudo, M.; Serrano Avilés, J. (2020) Desigualdad científica, y no colonialismo (Scientific inequality, and not colonialism). Op-ed at, 20th August 2020. (full version here).

21.- Azcárate, F.M.; Hevia, V.; Manzano, P. (2020) Vías pecuarias: restaurar sin forestar (Drove roads: restoring without reforesting). Ecologista 105 (autumn 2020), 36-39 (pdf version here, html version here).

20.- Manzano Baena, P. (2020) El milagro keniano (The Kenyan miracle). Op-ed at Planeta Futuro, El País (Spain), digital edition, 20th January 2020 (full version here).

19.- Manzano-Baena, P., Salguero-Herrera, C. (2019) Implementación de políticas en el Mediterráneo para la trashumancia y el pastoreo. (Policy implementation in the Mediterranean for transhumance and pastoralism). Revista AE, issue 38, (Winter 2019), pp. 48-49. ISSN 2172-3117

18.- Manzano, P. (2019) Niveles de referencia en sistemas ganaderos (Baseline levels in livestock systems). Navarra Agraria issue 237, November-December 2019, pp. 32-36.  ISSN 0214-6401 (pdf downloadable here).

17.- Manzano, P. (2019) ¿Es posible alimentar al mundo solo con ganado de pastoreo? (Is it possible to feed the world just through pastoralist livestock?). The Conversation edición en español, 20th August 2019 (full html here). Reproduced at Nueva Tribuna,, Público,, The Objective, Contrainformación, TICbeat and Hostelería en Valencia. Translated to Catalan by Pascuum. Featured at Revue Sesame at INRA.

16.- Manzano Baena, P. (2019) Filantropía de fortunas privadas: críticas y oportunidades (Private fortune's philantropy: criticisms and opportunities). Op-ed at Planeta Futuro, El País (Spain), digital edition, 14th August 2019 (full version here).

15.- Manzano, P., García Fernandez, A., Peco Vázquez, B., Azcárate, F.M., Seoane Pinilla, J., Iriondo Alegría, J.M. (2019) Así se ha convertido la trashumancia en una pieza fundamental de los ecosistemas (It is this way that transhumance has turn into a fundamental piece of ecosystems). The Conversation edición en español, 15th July 2019. ISSN 2431-2134 (full html here).  Reproduced at, TICbeat, La Revista (Costa Rica), El Rework (Chile), and Verde y Azul.

14.- Manzano, P. (2019) Ganadería extensiva, una opción sostenible también para el clima (Extensive livestock keeping, a sustainable option also for the climate). Ecologista 99 (spring 2019), 10-13 (pdf version here, html version here). Reproduced at

13.- Manzano Baena, P. (2019) No culpen al pastoreo del cambio climático (Don't blame pastoralism for climate change). Op-ed at Planeta Futuro, El País (Spain), digital edition, 22nd February 2019. (full version here). Reproduced at Revista Nuevo Siglo.

12.- Manzano Baena, P. (2018) Ropa agroecológica para proteger el mar (Agroecological clothing to protect the seas). Op-ed at, 19th December 2018. (full version here).

11.- Manzano, P. (2018) La ropa de montaña contamina el mar (Hiking clothing pollutes the seas). Ecologista 97 (fall 2018), 24-26 (pdf version here, html version here).

10.- Manzano, P. (2018) Misconception about Climate Change and its relationship to Pastoralism. ABN News nr. 8, January-March 2018 (Nekesa Samukoya K., ed.), pp. 7-8. African Biodiversity Network (full version here).

9.- Manzano Baena, P. (2018) El arroz dorado ataca de nuevo (o cómo matar moscas a cañonazos) (The golden rice hits back (or a sledgehammer to crack a nut)). Op-ed at, 8th February 2018. ISSN 1137-0734 (full version here).

8.- Manzano Baena, P. (2016) Dejar de comprar comida ecológica es perjudicial para el planeta y para las personas (To stop buying organic food is damaging to the planet and to people). Op-ed at El Confidencial, 24th December 2016. ISSN 1137-1102 (full version here).

7.- Manzano Baena, P. (2016) Transgénicos: el debate no era ese (GMOs: the right debate was not that one). Op-ed at El País (Spain), digital edition, 22nd July 2016. ISSN 0213-4608 (full version here). English translation by Guerrilla Translation: GMOs: what we got wrong.

6.- Manzano, P. (2016) Razas ganaderas autóctonas de Madrid. Una poderosa herramienta para la gestión del medio ambiente (Indigenous livestock breeds in Madrid. A powerful tool for environmental management). Madrid Ecologista 33, 3-4. ISSN 1696-3849 (full version here). Erratum: Reference 7 is not linked in the original. First picture's author is Javier Colmenarejo.

5.- Manzano, P. (2011) Policy-science Interface: Is an understanding possible? Zwazo 24, 33. (full version here)

4.- Manzano, P. (2011) Descubriendo el mundo del pastoreo con Pablo Manzano (Discovering the pastoralist world with Pablo Manzano). Boletín de la Embajada de España en Nairobi 7, 9-10 (full version here).

3.- Manzano, P. (2006) Trashumancia y vías pecuarias (Traditional Spanish nomadic livestock management and historical Spanish livestock paths). Ecologista 48, 38-39 (pdf version here, html version here).

2.- Ezzine, D. & Manzano, P. (2005) Barreras naturales contra los ‘tsunamis’ (Natural barriers against tsunamis). Diagonal 5, 14-15 (full version here).

1.- Manzano, P. & Martos, S. (2004) Verdades y mentiras sobre la reforestación (Truths and lies about reforestation). Ecologista 39, 36-37. ISSN 1575-2712 (pdf version here, html version here).

Press releases (8)

8.- Pai­men­to­lai­suus ja lai­dun­nus ovat kes­kei­nen osa kes­tä­vää tu­le­vai­suut­ta (published English version: Pastoralism is an integral part of a sustainable future; May 2021)

7.- El uso de vías pecuarias por el ganado deja una huella genética en las plantas (The use of drove roads by livestock creates a genetic footprinti in plants; July 2019)

6.- Enhancing food security in pastoral areas through pastoralism and mobility (October 2013)

5.- Food crisis in the Sahel in 2012: a Somali deja-vu? (April 2012)

4.- Missing the point in the Horn: Pastoralism is the answer, not the question (August 2011)

3.- Defying drought: nomads have the answer (August 2011). Featured at Earth Times.

2.- Hormigas, semillas... y la ceguera de los ecólogos para las cosas pequeñas (Ants, seeds... and ecologists' blindness for small stuff; March 2011)

1.- Women’s voices in pastoralist choices (October 2010)

Blog entries (7)

7.- Leroy, F. et al. (2020-...) Animal sourced foods in ethical, sustainable & healthy diets: A dynamic white paper #ALEPH2020. Blog on positive livestock production systems by researchers of different universities and research centres worldwide. 

6.- Varela, E., Manzano, P. (2023) Pastoreo: lo tradicional se vuelve innovador (Pastoralism: the tradition becomes innovation). In Arida Cutis - popular science blog on ecology of arid zones, by researchers at the University of Alicante, Spain

5.- Yamat, L., Manzano, P. (2022). Loliondo evictions: bad for people, conservation and pastoralism. PASTRES - Pastoralism, Uncertainty, Resilience. Blog related to the PASTRES ERC project at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, United Kingdom. 

4.- Manzano, P. (2021) Climate-friendly meat: A nuanced approach to climate-savvy beef consumption. Voices for Sustainablity - popular science blog of the Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science at University of Helsinki, Finland. 

3.- Manzano, P. (2019) Niveles de referencia en sistemas ganaderos: claves para identificar impactos (Baseline levels in livestock systems: keys to identify impacts). Blog de la RED REMEDIA. Red cientifica sobre mitigación de GEI en el sector agroforestal (Red Remedia's Blog, scientific network on GHG mitication in the agroforestry sector), Spain.

2.- Manzano, P. (2012) Protected areas, wetlands and drylands – UN biodiversity summit Day 3. UNCBD CoP 11, Hyderabad, India.

1.- Manzano, P. (2011) Pushing hard for land rights. UNCCD CoP 10, Changwon, Korea.

Video production (5)

5.- Youtube animated video: When is grazing sustainable?, scripted by Pablo Manzano and Agustín del Prado, produced by Yelena Grigorenko (6th April 2022). Language versions: Spanish, English, French, Chinese. Versions also uploaded on EcoAgTube (ES, EN, FR, ZH).

4.- -Uploading, editing and subtitling of all videos at the Youtube channel of Pastoraméricas (2020- )

3.- Youtube animated video: The role of ruminants on climate change mitigation. “The good and the bad”, scripted by Agustín del Prado and Pablo Manzano, produced by Yelena Grigorenko. (5th December 2019). Translated versions available in Spanish, Basque, Catalan, Italian.

2.- -Uploading, editing and subtitling of all videos at the Youtube channel of the Réseau des Peuples Pasteurs du Sahel (2017- )

1.- Subtitle edition and addition for the video Ethno house Guvnista opened on Kamena Gora Mnt (7th July 2009).

Streamed seminars (21)

22.- Participation at the Side Event "Building our future from our past: cultural heritage as a sustainable resource in times of climate crisis", organized by the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Sports at UNFCCC CoP28 in Dubai. 2nd December 2023. Discussion recording available here. Pablo Manzano's intervention starts here.

21.- Academic debate with Cristian Moyano at the Conference Hall, Science Faculty, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid on ecosystem functionality and biodiversity in the Iberian Peninsula, and the role of rewilding and pastoralism in the territory. 7th November 2023. Debate recording available here

20.- Ciosing invited talk “La contribución del pastoreo a la sostenibilidad planetaria y el año internacional de los pastizales y pastores 2026.” at Encuentro de Sabanas. Colombia se viste de horizonte. Yopal, Casanare, Colombia, 31st Oct - 2nd Nov 2023. Pablo Manzano's talk starts here.

19.- Participation at the Panel Discussion "Livestock Farming and the Environment", organized by FEFANA & European Livestock Voice. 28th September 2023. Discussion recording available here. Pablo Manzano's intervention starts here.

18.- Presentation for the webinar EU-level measures for peasant models of livestock farming  organized by European Coordination Via Campesina, talking about Climate change, carrying capacity of ecosystems and livestock farming (including a closing intervention; 16th February 2023).

17.- Presentation for the webinar Pastores, animales y trashumancia: diálogo internacional en contexto de crisis climática (Herders, animals and transhukmance: international dialogue in the context of the climate crisis)  organized by Coexiste, talking about Funciones ecosistémicas en tierras de pastura y sus dimensiones económicas, sociales y culturales (Ecosystem functions in grazed lands, and economic, social and cultural dimensions; in Spanish; 10th November 2022).

16.- Presentation at the International Meat Summit, organized by Teagasc, talking about ecological aspects of livestock agriculture (19th October 2022).

15.- Presentation for the Cultura Agropecuaria Regenerativa  channel  on grazing ecology and ecosystems (in Spanish; 22nd July 2022).

14.- Presentation at the event "Bernesganado", organized by Agrovidar in Pola de Gordón (upper Bernesga, León, Spain), talking abour livestock's environmental outcomes (in spanish; 26th May 2022).

13.- Participation at the Panel Discussion "Fleshing out a future COP", organized by TABLE & Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford. 24th February 2022. Discussion recording available here. Follow-up on Table's community platform available here. Featured by Mike Redwood at International Leather Maker in the article "The world is short of herbivores".

12.- Participation at the webinar "Ganadería y cambio climático" (Livestock and climate change), organized by the Spanish Platform for Extensive Livestock and Pastoralism, with the presentation "Reconsiderando el impacto real del pastoreo: emisiones de base en ecosistemas naturales" (Reassessing the real impact of pastoralism: baseline emissions in natural ecosystems). 16th December 2021. P. Manzano's presentation from 1h20' to 1h42'55''.

11.- Presentation: Sustainable consumption of pastoralist products. In: Side event: Mobile pastoralism valuing rangeland variability: a game-changing idea for sustainable consumption and production from the livestock sector. IYRP Affiliated Session at UNFSS Pre-Summit, 26th July 2021. P. Manzano's speech from 41'03'' to 43'25''. 

10.- Pre-recorded oral presentation: Comparación de la huella hídrica de productos de origen animal con otros alimentos (Comparison or water footprint in animal-sourced foods with other foods)XIX Jornadas de Producción Animal de Asociación AIDA, 1st June 2021. 

9.- Presentation: The Global Integrative Pastoralist Program. In: Digital event: Mapping for pastoralists (full recording available on youtube), 25th May 2021. P. Manzano's presentation from from 49'22'' to 1h01'36''.

8.- Digital event: La ganadería y su contribución al cambio climático #MenoscarneMejorcarne (Livestock and its contribution to climate change #LessmeatBettermeat) (recording available on youtube and facebook). In: Mes de acción por un sistema alimentario más justo para las personas y el planeta (Action month for a food system that is more just for people and the planet). Friends of Earth Spain (16th October 2020)

7.- Cited in Agustin del Prado's presentation at the event of Cooperativas Agroalimentarias España on the environmental role of pastoralism (21st Jul 2020).

6.- Recorded conference: Una mirada global a la trashumancia (A global overview on transhumance). In: Inti Raymi 2020 Online, Webinar Agricultura – Ganadería – Medicina Ancestral . Fundación Lickanantay & Consejo de Mujeres Lickanantay (20th June 2020)

5.- Cited in Agustin del Prado's presentation at Friends of Earth Spain's event on meat production and consumption (19th May 2020).

4.- Recorded conference. Debate online: La ganadería extensiva ante el cambio climático (Online debate: extensive livestock keeping vis-à-vis climate change). Spanish Association for Organic Agriculture (8th April 2020).

3.- Cited in Agustin del Prado's presentation at Gure Lurra 3 event on livestock's climatic impacts (28th November 2019).

2.- Presentation at INTIA event on extensive livestock keeping, talking about using baseline levels at measuring livestock's climatic impacts (26th September 2019).

1.- Presentation to USAID Natural Resources Management group (2013).

Mass media interviews & features (42)

42.- Featured at the Christian Science Monitor, reporting on the necessity to nuance the impact of grazing livestock's methane emissions on human-mediated climate change. 24th April 2024.

41.- Featured at The Atlantic, discussing the capacity of pastoralism to conserve natural rangelands and the policy failures of forced evictions in Tanzania. 8th April 2024.

40.- Interview on differentiating among different livestock production systems, at Onda Vasca in the radio program "KM0" in its edition of 31st March 2024 (from 37'50'' to 47'30'').

39.- Interview on the problematic of tree plantations and afforestation in naturally grazed rangelands, and the regulation of radiative energy in Open Landscapes and closed canopy forests, at Onda Vasca in the radio program "KM0" in its edition of 24th March 2024 (from 34'45'' to 45'45'').

38.- Interview on the high attribution of water footprint to ruminant livestock production, at Onda Vasca in the radio program "KM0" in its edition of 3rd March 2024 (from 35'45'' to 45'00'').

37.- Interview on understanding the attributions of climate change forcing to livestock methane emissions, at Onda Vasca in the radio program "KM0" in its edition of 25th February 2024 (from 38'15'' to 47'00'').

36.- Featured at CTXT, discussing the desirable interventions in Biosphere Reserves that should include traditional rural activities. 28th January 2024.

35.- Featured at, discussing the environmental advantages of long-distance transhumance in Eastern Spain. 20th June 2023.

34.- Featured at diverse media (Print version of La Voz de Galicia, 17th June p. 24; ABC, Heraldo de Aragón, Energías Renovables, Salamanca Hoy, Canarias7, La Voz de Cádiz, Diario Vasco, El Correo, Todo Alicante, Burgos Conecta, Ideal, La Verdad, Hoy, Diario Sur, La Rioja, El Norte de Castilla, El Diario Montañés, Las Provincias, El Comercio, Leonoticias, NewsEsEuro, COPE, Diario Sport) for promoting the manifest by hundreds of Spanish scientists to ask for a more decided action against climate change. 16th June 2023.

33.- Featured at Bloomberg Businessweek, talking about nature conservatioin and human development in the Ngorongoro District, Tanzania . 23rd May 2023.

32.- Interview on two recent reearch pieces at npj journals and the implications of their results for designing a sustainable livestock pathway, at EITB's science program "La mecánica del caracol", edition of 16th May 2023 (from 03'13'' to 38'08'').

31.- Interview on the consequences of drought for the Basque agricultural sector at Onda Vasca in the radio program "KM0" in its edition of 30th April 2023 (from 10'38'' to 27'02'').

30.- Featured at El País (Spain), talking about the natural extent of savannas, parklands and forests . 22nd March 2023.

29.- Featured at AFP Factual, talking about atmospheric carbon dynamics. 6th January 2023.

28.- Featured at ABC (Spain), talking about the future of transhumance in Spain . 8th July 2022.

27.- Participation at the program "Maldito Clima" by MalditaES dedicated to macrofarms in Spain, broadcasted through Twitch. 21st June 2022. Discussion recording available here.

26.- Referenced at the revision of environmental effects of animal husbandry. 10th May 2022. Article available here.

25.- Interview live at Radio Bilbao - SER  (15th February 2022) at the program "Hoy por Hoy Bilbao", from 1h15'36'' to 1h24'56''.

24.- Featured at El País (Spain),  talking about  ecological baselines for greenhouse gas emissions (30th January 2022). 

23.- Interviewed about the sustainability of regenerative grazing at Ballena Blanca's blog in El Diario (Spain), (17th January 2022). Article available here.

22.- Interviewed on Minister Garzon's interview at The Guardian and the subsequent public debate on meat consumption:

21.- Interview at EITB's science program "La mecánica del caracol", on the impacts of livestock on climate change (3rd January 2022; from 02'12'' to 31'19'').

20.- Interviewed for the special series of ETB (Basque regional broadcaster) on Climate Change ("El Cambio") at the 4th chapter ("La despensa vasca" - The Basque pantry), criticising technologies for artificial meat (aired 17th November 2021).

19.- Featured at the economic newspaper Cinco Días (Spain), talking about the environmental impacts of industrial and pastoralist livestock keeping (14th November 2021).

18.- Interviewed for the special series of ETB (Basque regional broadcaster) on Climate Change ("El Cambio") at the 2nd chapter ("El futuro de nuestra tierra" - The future of our land), talking about the effects that climate change will have on livestock (aired 3rd November 2021).

17.- Featured in the generalist newspaper El Mundo (Spain) talking about industrial vs. pastoralist livestock keeping (17th August 2021).

16.- Press coverage of criticisms after the Spanish Minister of Consum communique on reducing meat consumption  (8th July 2021 in  La Voz de Galicia (section "Somos Agro") & Radio Euskadi (program "Ganbara", from 2h10'00'' to 2h17'47''; audio cut of the interview here); 14th July 2021 in Onda Cero (program "La Brújula del Verano", - web article and podcast in Spanish with the interview's cut available here); 25th July 2021 in Diario de Noticias de Navarra.

15.- Interview along other experts at BBVA Sostenibilidad in the article ¿Qué es la ganadería intensiva y cuál es su huella de carbono? (What is intensive livestock keeping, and what's its carbon footprint?), 27th April 2021. 

14.- Interview at Climática (Spain's main climate-centered magazine),  5th April 2021 (web article available here)

13.- Interview on  a much needed mediated approach to conserve wolf populations in Spain at Onda Cero (Spain's third largest broadcaster) in the radio program "Más de uno" in its edition of 2nd April 2021 (from 3h23'14'' to 3h35'53'' - web article and podcast in Spanish with the interview's cut available here)

12.- Participation at a special COP25 edition of "Tu Tiempo", (7th December 2019) at Antena3 (one of the main Spanish broadcasters).

11.- Press coverage at the COP25 side event "The role of ruminant livestock in climate change mitigation", (5th December 2019) at La Vanguardia, COPE, La Razón, La Gaceta, LibreMercado, La Voz de Galicia, El Punt Avui, BioEco Actual.

10.- Press coverage at the COP25 side event "Challenges and oppportunities for extensive livestock and pastoralism against climate change", (4th December 2019) at La Voz de Asturias, La Voz de Galicia.

9.- Press coverage at the COP25 side event "Industrial livestock and climate change", (4th December 2019) at Spain's News (in English), El País, La Vanguardia, RTVE (Spanish National Broadcaster), Faro de Vigo, La Nueva España, La Provincia, La Opinión, COPE, Noticias de Gipuzkoa, Deia, Madrid Actual, Ferias, Mercados y Mataderos, Contrainformació, AgroBank, & ARA.

8.- Interview on the positive outcomes of pastoralism at Onda Cero (Spain's third largest broadcaster) in the radio program "Más de uno" in its edition of 22nd August 2019 (from 4h35'40'' to 4h55'27'' - web article and podcast in Spanish with the interview's cut available here)

7.- Interview on the genetic consequences of transhumance on plant populations at Cadena Ser (Spain's largest broadcaster) in the radio program "Hoy por Hoy Cuenca" in its edition of 24th July 2019 (from 28'56'' to 38'15'' - web article and podcast in Spanish with the interview's cut available here)

6.- Interview on the genetic consequences of transhumance on plant populations at Onda Cero (Spain's third largest broadcaster) in the radio program "Aquí en la Onda" in its editon of 18th July 2019 (podcast in Spanish here, from 33'24 to 43'20'')

5.- Interview on the Great Green Wall at RNE (the Spanish national broadcaster) in the radio program "Entre Paréntesis" (5th December 2017) (podcast in Spanish here)

4- Participation in a debate on GMOs at RNE (the Spanish national broadcaster) in the radio program "El Canto del Grillo", section "En voz alta" (17th November 2017) (podcast here).

3.- Featured in MaraşNews (Turkey): Manzano: "Bitki çeşitliliği dondurmanın kalitesini artırır" (Manzano: "Plant diversity improves the quality of ice cream") (11th October 2017).

2.- Featured in El País (Spain) talking about paradigm change on pastoralism (14th August 2017).

1.- Featured at Turkey's Yeşil Gazete (Green Journal) on an article on sustainable pastoralism (19th July 2013)

Other media (25)

25.- Interview: Anaylisis of actual water consumption in meat production at MeatsPad (17th January 2024): English version (episode 127 of the podcast), Spanish version (episode 119)

24.- Featured at diverse specialized veterinary media for the participation in the XIV conference of the Vet+i Foundation, talking about veterinary services and environmental benefits associated with livestock mobility. 14th June 2023 (thorough coverage at Animal's Health); 15th June 2023  (light coverage at Diario Veterinario); 16th June 2023  (light coverage at Axón Comunicación, Euroganadería and Eurocarne); 19th June 2023  (light coverage at Vacuno de Élite).

23.- Interviewed for Thin Ink's blog on Food & Climate, discussing the insights that recently published research provides to understand the consequences of rewilding and pastoralism for climate (12th May 2023).

22.- Interview with Andrea Bertaglio (European Livestock Voice), at the International Meat Summit in Dublin, 19th October 2022, on Youtube (9th May 2023). Themes include:

21.- Interview: Gestión, fuego y CO₂ en ecosistemas pastados  (Fire, management, and CO₂ in grazed ecosystems) at Actualidad y Empleo Ambiental #179, in Podcastidae (9th May 2023).

20.- Interview with Diana Rodgers for Sustainable Dish, on natural baseline emissons in grazed areas and the increasing evidence for unfair anthropogenic attribution to livestock (30th April 2023).

19.- Interview: We moeten af van het dogma dat natuur enkel bos kan zijn (Is consuming pastoralism meat sustainable?) at Landbouwleven (15th April 2023). 

18.- Featured in two articles on the European Livestock Voice event at FIGAN 2023, on Revista Frisona Española and on Eurocarne Digital, respectively, as a panelist of the scientific roundtable (29th March 2023).

17.- Interview: ¿El consumo de carne de pastoreo es sostenible? (Is consuming pastoralism meat sustainable?) at FARM⁴⁵ (13th February 2023) (shared also at ivoox and Spotify). 

16.- Interview: ¿Es el ganado el problema o quizás parte de la solución? (Is livestock the problem, or maybe part of the solution?) at FARM⁴⁵ (24th January 2023) (shared also at ivoox and Spotify).

15.- Article "Het huidige discours over vlees in de media en in onderzoeksgroepen is niet ecologisch" (The current discourse on meat in the media and in research groups is not ecological) discussing some of my recent research at (24th January 2023).

14.- Interview: Ganadería extensiva y de pastos con Pablo Manzano (Extensive and grass-based livestock keeping with Pablo Manzano) at Menuda Tierra (16th December 2022).

13.- Interview: Volver al origen no es retroceder | Reflexiones sobre la sostenibilidad del modelo alimentario: una mirada desde la ganadería extensiva (Returning to the origin is not going backwards | Thoughts on the sustainability of the food system: an outlook from pastoralism) at Fundación FUHEM (2nd November 2022).

12.- Interview: Alimentos Animales y Ganadería Sostenible (Animal-Sourced Foods and Sustainable Livestock) at Fitness Revolucionario, episode 331 (6th October 2022) (shared also at ivoox and Spotify).

11.- Participation at the program "El campo de batalla" by Fakeconomy dedicated to protests of Spanish farmers, broadcasted through Twitch. 22nd March 2022. Discussion recording available here.

10.- Interviewed for the series by the Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science (HELSUS) on the work that researchers are performing, featuring my research on sustainability of food systems (aired 14th November 2021).

9.- Interview: Consumo de carne, ganadería y cambio climático (Meat consuption, livestock keeping, and climate change) at Oikos #38, in Podcastidae (11th August 2021). (associated article "Medias verdades: ¿Se están juzgando justamente las emisiones del sector ganadero?" - Half Truths: Are Livestock Sector Emissions Being Fairly Judged?).

8.- Interview: Lecciones desde África para conservar el lobo (Lessons from Africa to conserve wolves) at Actualidad y Empleo Ambiental #89, in Podcastidae (2nd March 2021).

7.- Featured at UNEP News Stories talking about lack of livestock census data in Nigeria (9th April 2019).

6.- Interview as LEAP 2017 Chair, talking about Pro & Con Livestock Arguments From a Research Perspective (11th July 2017). Interview text here.

5.- Podcast (EN / ES / FR) and press release (EN / ES / FR) by FAO Media on the launch of the Pastoralist Knowledge Hub (27th April 2015).

4.- Interview as FAO representative at the 1er Carrefour international ovin et caprin en Aveyron (16th April 2015) with video available at DailyMotion.

3.- Interview with Livia Hernández (Manos Unidas) on food security side event at CFS 40 at Youtube - in Spanish (2013).

2.- Posts by USAID Learning Lab and AgriLinks, and associated interview with Julie MacCartee at YouTube (2013).

1.- Posts by AgriLinks and associated interview with Moffatt Ngugi at YouTube (2013).


· Carrasco, L., Martín-Maldonado, B., Calvo, M., Colell, M. (e-published ahead of print). Evidence of Imitation in Trained Gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla). International Journal of Primatology. doi: 10.1007/s10764-023-00405-3. Acknowledged  -  language review.

· Brehony, P., Leader-Williams, N. (2023). A fine balance: history, governance and pastoralismresult in positive conservation outcomes in Southern Kenya. Policy Matters 23, 87-103. Link: Link to paper. Acknowledged  -  review & constructive comments.

· Sánchez-González, J.R., Casals, F. (2022). Gillnet Selectivity for Three Freshwater Alien Invasive Fish Species in a Long-Term Monitoring Scenario. Hydrobiology 1, 232-242. doi: 10.3390/hydrobiology1020017. Acknowledged  -  comments and English revision.

· Haddad, F., Herrera, P.M., Besbes, B. (2022). Grazing with trees A silvopastoral approach to managing and restoring drylands. FAO, Rome. ISBN 978-92-5-136956-2. doi: 10.4060/cc2280en. Acknowledged  -  participant in the survey and the literature call.

· Ortiz-Catedral, L., Wallace, C.J., Heinsohn, R., Krebs, E.A., Langmore N.E., Vukelic, D., Bucher, E.H., Varsani, A., Masello, J.F. (2020). A PCR-Based Retrospective Study for Beak and Feather Disease Virus (BFDV) in Five Wild Populations of Parrots from Australia, Argentina and New Zealand. Diversity 14, 148. doi: 10.3390/d14020148. Acknowledged  -  assistance with field work .

· Sánchez-González, J.R. (2020). Hemi- and Homonyms in the Big Data Era. Diversity 12, 472. doi: 10.3390/d12120472. Acknowledged  -  comments and English revision.

· Loy, A. (2019). Tropico del Caos. Rome: Rai. view video (only from Italy). Acknowledged - unspecified. Collaboration consisted in providing background on the conflict in the Sahel and interview in Italian that was finally not included in the documentary due to RAI policies on only including local experts.

· Ruiz Rizaldos, N. (2017). Sons of Enkai. Madrid: NaturaHD Films. tab at IMBD. Acknowledged - scientific advice. Contribution consisted in providing extensive background on the East African socio-political setting on conservation.

· Sonkin, F.; de Meo, P. (2017). Pastoralism under threat: human rights violations in the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania. Rome: Terra Nuova, CELEP, Hands on the Land. view pdf, download pdf. Acknowledged - thorough comments on earlier drafts of this brief.

· Serrano-Villar, S.; Vázquez-Castellanos, J.F.; Vallejo, A.; Latorre, A.; Sainz, T; Ferrando-Martínez S; Rojo, D.; Martínez-Botas, J.; del Romero J.; Madrid, N.; Leal, M.; Mosele, J.I.; Motilva, M.J.; Barbas, C.; Ferrer, M.; Moya, A.; Moreno, S.; Gosalbes, M.J.; Estrada, V. (2017). The effects of prebiotics on microbial dysbiosis, butyrate production and immunity in HIV-infected subjects. Mucosal Immunology 10, 1279–1293. doi: 10.1038/mi.2016.122. Acknowledged - helpful discussions on ecosystem dynamics.

· Davies, J.; Herrera, P.; Ruiz-Mirazo, J.; Mohamed-Katerere, J.; Hannam, I.; Nuesri, E. (2016). Improving governance of pastoral lands. Implementing the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security. Rome: FAO. pdf here. Acknowledged - [participated in a two-day workshop to] reflect on and review the first draft of the technical guide and to propose amendments for further work.

· McGahey, D.; Davies, J.; Hagelberg, N.; Ouedraogo, R. (2014). Pastoralism and the green economy – a natural nexus? Nairobi: IUCN and UNEP. pdf here. Acknowledged - invested significant time and effort in reviewing and commenting on drafts.

· Feiring, B.; (2013). Indigenous peoples’ rights to lands, territories and resources. Rome: ILC. pdf here. Acknowledged - invaluable inputs and information for this study through their participation in the dedicated seminar and workshop on indigenous rights to land territories and resources.

· Azcárate, F. M.; Peco, B. (2012). Abandonment of grazing in a mediterranean grassland area: consequences for ant assemblages. Insect Conservation and Diversity 5, 279-288. doi:10.1111/j.1752-4598.2011.00165.x. Acknowledged - manuscript suggestions.

· Dobarro, I.; Gazol, E.; Peco, B. (2012). Relative contribution of delaying senescence to growth compensation after defoliation. Ecological Research 27, 475-479. doi:10.1007/s11284-011-0901-9. Acknowledged - English language revision.

· Masello, J. F.; Quillfeldt, P. (2012). ¿Cómo reproducirse exitosamente en un ambiente cambiante? Biología reproductiva del loro barranquero (Cyanoliseus Patagonus) en el noreste de la Patagonia. Hornero 27, 73-88. html. Acknowledged - unspecified. Contribution consisted in field work assistance during the 2001-2002 field season.

· Cortada, L.; Mantelin, S.; Verdejo-Lucas, S.; Kaloshian, I. (2012). Marker analysis for detection of the Mi-1.2 resistance gene in tomato hybrid rootstocks and cultivars. Nematology 14, 631-642. doi:10.1163/156854112X624618. Acknowledged - critically reading the manuscript.

· Moreno-Ripoll, R.; Gabarra, R.; Symondson, W. O. C.; King, R. A.; Agustí, N. (2012). Trophic relationships between predators, whiteflies and their parasitoids in tomato greenhouses: a molecular approach. Bulletin of Entomological Research 102, 415-423. doi:10.1017/S0007485311000836. Acknowledged - statistical support.

· Pickmeier, U. (2011). Land Acquisitions in Tana Delta, Kenya (Bio-)fueling Local Conflicts? A Youth Perspective. MSc Thesis, Radboud University Nijmegen. 117 pp. Stable link. Acknowledged - advice.

· LPP; LIFE Network; UICN-IMPS; FAO (2011). Añadiendo valor a la diversidad ganadera: Mercadotecnia para promover las razas autóctonas y los medios de subsistencia. Estudios FAO: Producción y Sanidad Animal, nº. 168. Roma. Acknowledged - print proof corrections.

· Cortada, L.; Sakai, H.; Verdejo-Lucas, S.; Mizukubo, T. (2011). Meloidogyne virulence locus molecular marker for characterization of selected Mi-virulent populations of Meloidogyne spp. is correlated with several genera of Betaproteobacteria. Phytopatology 101, 410-415. doi:10.1094/PHYTO-04-10-0123. Acknowledged - critical reading of the manuscript.

· Cortada, L.; Sorribas, F. J.; Ornat, C.; Andrés, M. F.; Verdejo-Lucas, S. (2010). Patrones de tomate resistentes a Meloidogyne: Variabilidad de la respuesta de resistencia en función de la población del nematodo. Horticultura global 288, 40-45. html. Acknowledged - graphics support.

· Domínguez, P.; Zorondo-Rodríguez, F.; Reyes-García, V. (2010). Relationships Between Religious Beliefs and Mountain Pasture Uses: A Case Study in the High Atlas Mountains of Marrakech, Morocco. Human Ecology 38, 351–362. doi:10.1007/s10745-010-9321-7. Acknowledged - kindness in reading text and suggesting improvements.

· Kurokawa, H.; Peltzer, D. A.; Wardle, D. A. (2009). Plant traits, leaf palatability and litter decomposability for co‐occurring woody species differing in invasion status and nitrogen fixation ability. Funct Ecol 24, 513–523. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2435.2009.01676.x. Acknowledged - advising and helping to collect leaf samples.

· Cortada, L.; Sorribas, F. J.; Ornat, C.; Andrés, M. F.; Verdejo-Lucas, S. (2009). Response of tomato rootstocks carrying the Mi-resistance gene to populations of Meloidogyne arenaria, M.incognita and M. javanica. Eur J Plant Pathol 124, 337–343. doi:10.1007/s10658-008-9413-z. Acknowledged - graphics support.

· Martos, S.; Andolfi, A.; Luque, L.; Mugnai, L.; Surico, G.; Evidente, A. (2008). Production of phytotoxic metabolites by five species of Botryosphaeriaceae causing decline on grapevines, with special interest in the species Neofusicoccum luteum and N. parvum. Eur J Plant Pathol 121, 451-461. doi:10.1007/s10658-007-9263-0. Acknowledged - valuable comments. Contribution consisted in suggestions on the manuscript writing, as well as English language revision.

· Blank, S. M.; Kutzscher, S.; Masello, J. F.; Pilgrim, R. L. C.; Quillfeldt, P. (2007). Stick-tight fleas in the nostrils and below the tongue: evolution of an extraordinary infestation site in Hectopsylla (Siphonaptera: Pulicidae). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 149 , 117–137. doi:10.1111/j.1096-3642.2006.00239.x. Acknowledged - assistance in field work (2001-2002 field season).

· Masello, J. F.; Choconi, R. G.; Sehgal, R. N. M.; Tell, L.; Quillfeldt, P. (2006). Blood and intestinal parasites in wild Psittaciformes: a case study of burrowing parrots (Cyanoliseus patagonus). Ornitologia neotropical 17, 515-529. pdf. Acknowledged - help in the field work (2001-2002 field season).


· Carmona, C. P.; Azcárate, F. M.; Oteros-Rozas, E.; González, J. A.; Peco, B. (2013). Assessing the effects of seasonal grazing on holm oak regeneration: Implications for the conservation of Mediterranean dehesas. Biological Conservation 159, 240–247. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2012.11.015 (pre-print version here, Sci-Hub full version here). Unacknowledged. Contribution consisted in development of original idea, project fundraising and overall experimental design. Other unacknowledged contributors are Raquel Casas Nogales (help to P.M. at the mentioned tasks + site selection & facilitation of contacts with livestock keepers) and Jesús Garzón Heydt (original idea).

· Martínez, J. J.; de Aranzamendi, M. C.; Masello, J. F.; Bucher, E. H. (2013). Genetic evidence of extra-pair paternity and intraspecific brood parasitism in the monk parakeet. Frontiers in Zoology 10, 68. doi:10.1186/1742-9994-10-68 (full version here). Acknowledged - valuable assistance during field work. Contribution consisted in contributing to the study design, organizing and performing along with E.H. Bucher the field logistics and performing data sampling, material storage and transport to the lab. These tasks were shared with Anja Quellmalz, who performed these tasks in the frame of her BSc thesis, and who performed a first (albeit unsuccesful) round of laboratory analyses.

· Masello, J. F.; Pagnossin, M. L.; Sommer, C.; Quillfeldt, P. (2006). Population size, provisioning frequency, flock size and foraging range at the largest known colony of Psittaciformes: the Burrowing Parrots of the north-eastern Patagonian coastal cliffs. Emu 106, 69–79. doi:10.1071/MU04047 (full version here). Acknowledged - help in the fieldwork (2001-2002 field season). Contribution consisted in preparatory field visits to assess the experimental subjects and the different options for the field work (exclusively P.M.), overall initial idea on tracking the provisioning flights (exclusively P.M.),  and experimental design, data gathering, data computerization (the latter exclusively P.M.) and initial data screening on the same - all refering to the 2001-2002 field season only.