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Estudios sociales. Revista de alimentación contemporánea y desarrollo regional

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Abstract

TORRE VALDEZ, Hugo César De La  and  MORENO VAZQUEZ, José Luis. Resilience of the Socio-Ecological System in the sub-basin region of the Sonora River. Estud. soc. Rev. aliment. contemp. desarro. reg. [online]. 2019, vol.29, n.53, e19698. ISSN 2395-9169.  https://doi.org/10.24836/es.v29i53.698.

Objective:

Identify how the Socio-Ecological System (SES) of the Sonora River sub-basin responds to different territorial expressions that mark each of the exploitation regimes based on three perspectives: ecological scale, scope of conservation policies and social context.

Methodology:

Description of the context; identification of territorial dynamics through a Geographic Information System in a period of 40 years through the geometric superimposition of vector information technique.

Results:

Territorial interrelation between different production links of SSE, hydrological alteration, successive increase of land uses and vegetation changes; there is a limited scope of ecological regulation policies; as well as decreasing demographic trend in rural areas and significant levels of marginalization.

Limitations:

The margin of error of the official cartographic inputs is assumed.

Conclusions:

The different disturbances due to land use, the limited ecological regulation and the demographic context of SES generate a cyclical and reduced resilience, where adaptive changes have resulted in a prolongation of the same in / sustainability of the sub-basin through time.

Keywords : regional development; Socio-Ecological Systems; resilience; sub-basin baja Sonora river; changes in land use; territory.

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