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|Title:||Information mycological systems and traditional ecological knowledge: the case of mycological tourism in central méxico||Authors:||HUMBERTO THOME ORTIZ||Keywords:||mycological systems;traditional ecological knowledge;central méxico;info:eu-repo/classification/cti/6||Publisher:||IGI GLOBAL||Description:||Wild edible fungi are non-timber forest products that have great relevance for forest communities in central Mexico. Texcaltitlán is a rural community known for its traditional ecological knowledge on the use and identification of wild edible mushrooms. The aim of this work is to link Geographic Information Systems and Traditional Ecological Knowledge, in order to generate Mycological Information Systems. This is a qualitative, quantitative and exploratory research, which seeks to determine the usefulness of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to systematize and locate mycological resources for use as a tourist attraction. The results show the existence of a wide variety of edible mushrooms in the region, along with a wide mycological traditional knowledge. Both aspects reflect the existence of unique natural and cultural features that can be the basis to build a unique tourism product in central Mexico. It is concluded that GIS are useful tools to build a multifunctional vision of mushrooms.||Other Identifiers:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11799/67960||Rights:||info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
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