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Onomastics, Politics of Translation, and Political Ecology


  • Kong, I, Sarmiento, F.O.  2022. Utilizing a crowdsourced phrasal lexicon to identify cultural ecosystem services in El Cajas National Park, Ecuador. Ecosystem Services, 56: 101441.

  • Sarmiento, F.O.  2020.  Montology Manifesto: echoes towards a transdisciplinary science of mountains. Journal of Mountain Science, 17(10): 2512-2527.

  • Sarmiento, F.O. and Larry M. Frolich (editors).  2020. The Elgar Companion to Geography, Transdisciplinarity and Sustainability. Edward Elgar Publishing. Glos, UK and Massachusetts, USA. 428pp.

  • Sarmiento, F.O., J.A. Gonzalez, E.O. Lavilla, M. Donoso and J.T. Ibarra.  2019.  Onomastic misnomers in the construction of faulty Andeanity and week Andeaness: Biocultural Microrefugia in the Andes.  Pirineos, Journal of Mountain Ecology 174: 1-16. 

  • Villanueva A.B., E.R. Díaz-Varela, J-T. Chao, L-L. Lee, T. Tschentscher, A.N. Calispa Quinto, D. Dublin, A. Quintero, S. Orejuela, Ch. Wekesa, F.O. Sarmiento, B. Leles, I. Matsumoto, F. López-Casero, Y. Takahashi and R. Dasgupta.  2018.  Enhancing effective area-based conservation through the sustainable use of biodiversity in socio-ecological production landscapes and seascapes (SEPLS). Satoyama Review 4(1): 1-13.

  • Ives, J.D., B. Messerli & F.O. Sarmiento.  2016.  Obituary for a Mountain Champion: Lawrence Hamilton, 1925-2016.  Mountain Research and Development 36(4): 569-570.

  • Sarmiento F.O.  2016.  Engineering Mountain Landscapes: An Anthropology of Social Investment. Book Review.  American Indian Culture and Research Journal (40)2: 157-159.
  • Sarmiento, F.O. 2013. A MACE for Geographers, or How to Write a Paper. Op-Ed, [AAG Newsletter: November]
  • Sarmiento, F.O. 2013. Lo Andino: Integrating Stadel's views into the larger Andean identity paradox for sustainability. In: Borsdorf, A. (Editor). Christopher Stadel Festschrift. Innsbruck. Austrian Academy of Sciences.
  • Sarmiento, F.O., 2009. Páramo: Language Hegemony and Politics of Translation in Andean Prehensive Environments and Conservation Implications. In: Victor, R (editor). Mountains of the World: Ecology, Conservation and Sustainable Development. Sultan Qaboos University. Muscat, Oman.
  • Mahmud, A. & F.O. Sarmiento. 2008. Changing Role of Women in Punjab Province/Pakistan. Geographische Rundschau 4(2): 4-9.
  • Sarmiento, F.O., 2002. Gerardo Budowski: A beacon to conservation of tropical mountains. Mountain Research and Development 22(2): 197-198.
  • Sarmiento, F.O., 2001. Diccionario de Ecología de Paisajes, Conservación y Desarrollo Sustentable para Latinoamérica. Editorial Abya-Yala. Ecuador. 226pp.
  • Sarmiento, F.O., 2001. Mountain Regions: Sustained livelihood for an increasing population? Schwerpunkt: Berge. Entwicklung Ländlicher Raum 6: 16-18.
  • Sarmiento F.O. , 2001. Les enjeux de la recherche sur les montagnes en matière de terminologie et de connaissances: application à l’espace andin. Revue de Géographie Alpine 89(2):73-77.
  • Sarmiento, F.O., 2000. Lexical and cognitive issues for mountain research: A need to understand Andean landscapes? Pp.-101-105. In: Debarbieux, B. & F. Guillet (editors). Mountain regions: A research subject?- International Mountain Research Workshop. Autrans. 234pp.
  • Sarmiento, F.O. , 1999. Terminología ecológica unificada para conservación y desarrollo sustentable de América Latina. Pp. 265-268. En: Sarmiento, F.O. & J. Hidalgo (editores). Desarrollo Sustentable de Montañas: Entendiendo las interfaces ecológicas para la gestión de los paisajes culturales en los Andes. Memorias III Simposio Internacional AMA. Corporación Editora Nacional.
  • Odum, E. P. & F.O. Sarmiento., 1998. Ecología: el puente entre ciencia y sociedad. Editorial McGraw-Hill Interamericana de México. México, DF. 343pp. [Ecology: the bridge between science and society]