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National Geographic Emerging Explorer
Professor Geosciences Florida Atlantic University
Explorers Club Fellow
Speaker and Writer
Global Chorus: 365 Voices of the
Future of the Planet
National Geographic Complete Survival Manual
No More Endlings: Saving Species
One Story at a Time
Drunken Boat 16: Exploration
Fadiman, M. 2022. What role does language play in conserving Forests and Culture? Multi-lingual Ethnobotanical booklets in the African Savanna. In G. Niedt (ed.) New Directions in Linguistic Geography: Exploring Articulations of Space. Palgrave Macmillan, Camden, England. (In Press)
Kunwar, R., M. Fadiman, S. Thapa, R. P. Acharya, M. Cameron, R. W. Bussmann. 2019. Plant Use Values and Phytosociological Indicators: Implications for Conservation in Kailash Sacred Landscape Nepal. Ecological Indicators
Robles, D. Cevallos, O. Gaoue, M. Fadiman, T. Hindle 2019. Non-Random Medicinal Plants Selection in the Kichwa Community in the Ecuadorian Amazon, Journal of Ethnopharmacology
Kunwar, R., M. Fadiman, T. Hindle, M. Suwal, Y. Adhikari, R. Bussmann 2019. Composition of Forests and Vegetation in Kailash Sacred Landscape Nepal. Journal of Forestry Research, 1-11
Fadiman, M. and G. Gobbo 2020. Useful plants and forest conservation of Bubango,
Tanzania. FOCUS on Geography Photo Essay Volume 63.
Fadiman, M. 2018. Can the Use of a Specific Species Influence Habitat Conservation? Case Study of the Palm Iriartea Deltoidea in Northwestern Ecuador. Journal of Latin American Geography 18 (1), 115-140.
Fadiman, M., M.B. Thomas, O.E. Morei, A. Hillman Kitalong, S. Hanser 2018. Globalization and Tradition in Palau: Case Study of the Syncretic Omengat (First Child Birth Ceremony) and Nagasech Ceremonies. Florida Geographer 47:1-30
Fadiman, M. 2016. Environmental Justice and the Lawn: Urban Parks in Shanghai, China. Florida Geographer 47:1-21
Fadiman M. 2015. “Everyday Reciprocity: What Works, What Does Not and the Area in Between,”In D. Herman (ed.) Giving Back: Research and Reciprocity in Indigenous Contexts (Accepted for Publication).
Fadiman, M. 2014. Ecosystem Excitement: Using Everyday Items, Projects, Field Trips and Exotic Images to Connected Students to Plants. In C. Quave (ed.) pp.261-276. Innovative Strategies for Teaching in the Plant Sciences, Springer: New York.
Fadiman, M. 2013. Basketry, Conservation and Marketing of Piquigua, Heteropsis ecuadorensis, (Araceae) in an Afro-Ecuadorian Community. pp 175-194 In R. Voeks and J.Rashford (eds) African Ethnobotany in the Americas, Springer: New York.
Fadiman, M. 2011 Sustainable Development in the Galápagos: The Role of Coffee Production on San Cristobal Island. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 34:102-111
Cordoba, H., Ivy, R. and Fadiman, M. 2011. Cultural and spatial perceptions of Miami’s Little Havana. The Florida Geographer 42: 4-33.
Fadiman, M. 2010. Cultural Connect with Local Megafauna: Maori and the Kauri. The Florida Geographer 41:4-21.
Fadiman, M. 2010. How Cultural Awareness and Ingenuity Benefits Forest Stewardship Council Certification in the Developing World: Case Study in Zimbabwe, Africa. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 33:75-84.
Fadiman, M. 2009. Amazonian Oil Exploration: Contradictions on Culture and Environment. FOCUS on Geography 52 (1): 1-10.
Fadiman, M. 2009. Wild Food Plants: Balancing Conservation and Utilization. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 291-298.
Lakhan, S., Root, T. and Fadiman, M. 2009. Clean Water Accessibility in Northern Trinidad: Location, Collection, Storage and Socioeconomics. The Florida Geographer 40: 48-61.
Fadiman, M. 2008. Use of Mocora, Astrocaryum standleyanum (Arecaceae), by three ethnic groups ins Ecuador: differences, similarities and market potential. Journal of Ethnobiology Volume 28(1) 92-109.
Fadiman, M. 2008. “Starvation Taught me Art”: Tree Poaching, Gender and Cultural Shifts in Wood Curio Carving in Zimbabwe. Ethnobotany Research and Applications 6: 335-346.
Fadiman, M. 2008. Resource Stewardship: Rain Forest Use among Three Ethnic Groups of Ecuador. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 31: 310-318.
Fadiman, M. 2008. Natural Resource Use and Cultural Change: Nipa Hut Shingle Processing with Nypa fruticans, Arecaceae, in Palawan, Philippines. The Florida Geographer 39: 20-35
Fadiman, M. 2007. Exploring Conservation: Piguigua, Heteropsis ecuadorensis, In Ecuador. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences. 30: 427-436.
Fadiman, M. 2005. Cultivated Food Plants: Culture and Gendered Spaces of Colonists and the Chachi in Ecuador. Journal of Latin American Geography Volume 4, No.1: 43-57.
Fadiman, M. 2004. Management, Cultivation and Domestication of Weaving Plants: Heteropsis and Astrocaryum in the Ecuadorian Rain Forest. The California Geographer 44:1-19.
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