SOUKAND, RENATA
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 6.664
EU - Europa 2.184
AS - Asia 1.213
AF - Africa 187
SA - Sud America 90
OC - Oceania 41
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 14
Totale 10.393
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 6.505
IT - Italia 548
CN - Cina 300
DE - Germania 232
PH - Filippine 227
GB - Regno Unito 170
IN - India 164
AT - Austria 139
CA - Canada 124
FR - Francia 114
TR - Turchia 104
NL - Olanda 98
PL - Polonia 86
UA - Ucraina 83
RU - Federazione Russa 78
PK - Pakistan 73
ZA - Sudafrica 63
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 62
RO - Romania 58
ID - Indonesia 56
LV - Lettonia 53
BR - Brasile 44
GR - Grecia 40
IE - Irlanda 39
IR - Iran 39
ES - Italia 35
BE - Belgio 34
SE - Svezia 34
VN - Vietnam 33
AU - Australia 30
FI - Finlandia 30
EE - Estonia 29
EG - Egitto 29
HU - Ungheria 29
RS - Serbia 26
KR - Corea 24
NG - Nigeria 24
PT - Portogallo 24
AL - Albania 23
JP - Giappone 23
HK - Hong Kong 21
LT - Lituania 18
MY - Malesia 18
CH - Svizzera 17
CL - Cile 17
NO - Norvegia 17
TH - Thailandia 17
BG - Bulgaria 16
SG - Singapore 16
SI - Slovenia 16
CO - Colombia 15
DZ - Algeria 15
MX - Messico 15
TW - Taiwan 15
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 13
HN - Honduras 12
IQ - Iraq 12
DK - Danimarca 8
IL - Israele 8
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 8
XK - ???statistics.table.value.countryCode.XK??? 8
EC - Ecuador 7
ET - Etiopia 7
HR - Croazia 7
KE - Kenya 7
MK - Macedonia 7
GH - Ghana 6
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 6
BD - Bangladesh 5
GE - Georgia 5
LB - Libano 5
PS - Palestinian Territory 5
SA - Arabia Saudita 5
SY - Repubblica araba siriana 5
AR - Argentina 4
EU - Europa 4
MU - Mauritius 4
SZ - Regno dello Swaziland 4
ZM - Zambia 4
AF - Afghanistan, Repubblica islamica di 3
BY - Bielorussia 3
JO - Giordania 3
LK - Sri Lanka 3
LU - Lussemburgo 3
MA - Marocco 3
PG - Papua Nuova Guinea 3
ZW - Zimbabwe 3
BA - Bosnia-Erzegovina 2
BF - Burkina Faso 2
BO - Bolivia 2
BZ - Belize 2
CI - Costa d'Avorio 2
KZ - Kazakistan 2
MM - Myanmar 2
RW - Ruanda 2
SC - Seychelles 2
SN - Senegal 2
UG - Uganda 2
A1 - Anonimo 1
A2 - ???statistics.table.value.countryCode.A2??? 1
Totale 10.373
Città #
Woodbridge 2.213
Ashburn 582
Fairfield 472
Santa Cruz 272
Houston 263
Seattle 235
Buffalo 150
Vienna 132
Cambridge 131
Boardman 128
Wilmington 128
Ann Arbor 106
Beijing 88
Des Moines 87
Mountain View 69
Warsaw 67
Chicago 60
Fleming Island 60
Los Angeles 45
San Diego 45
Ankara 36
Venezia 36
Delhi 35
Henderson 34
Milan 34
Council Bluffs 31
Quezon City 31
Shanghai 31
Toronto 30
Dublin 29
Riga 27
Jakarta 24
Bengaluru 23
Las Vegas 23
San Jose 23
Brooklyn 22
Helsinki 22
Amsterdam 21
Ottawa 21
Venice 21
Andover 20
Dong Ket 20
Muizenberg 20
Phoenix 20
Hangzhou 19
Johannesburg 19
Lake Forest 19
University Park 19
Athens 18
Clearwater 18
Pittsburgh 18
Norwalk 17
San Mateo 16
Wuhan 16
London 15
Padova 15
Rome 15
Utrecht 15
Bogotá 14
Karachi 13
Ljubljana 13
Manila 13
Mestre 13
Prague 13
Brussels 12
Dallas 12
Florence 12
Provo 12
Tappahannock 12
Bucharest 11
Budapest 11
Davis 11
Durban 11
Grenoble 11
Istanbul 11
Las Pinas 11
Lisbon 11
Centro 10
Izmir 10
Mathura 10
Paris 10
Pune 10
San Francisco 10
Torino 10
Atlanta 9
Belgrade 9
Berlin 9
Hanoi 9
Mumbai 9
Parsippany 9
Perugia 9
Santarém 9
Sharjah 9
Shenzhen 9
Sydney 9
Tallinn 9
Tarlac City 9
Toila 9
Zhengzhou 9
Eglisau 8
Totale 6.646
Nome #
Herbal landscape: The perception of landscape as a source of medicinal plants, file e4239ddc-7970-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 591
The disappearing wild food and medicinal plant knowledge in a few mountain villages of North-Eastern Albania, file e4239ddc-85c4-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 487
Inventing a herbal tradition: The complex roots of the current popularity of Epilobium angustifolium in Eastern Europe, file e4239ddd-7f05-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 478
A hundred introductions to semiotics, for a million students: Survey of semiotics textbooks and primers in the world, file e4239ddc-85d2-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 431
How the name arnica was borrowed into Estonian, file e4239ddc-8770-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 334
Uses of tree saps in northern and eastern parts of Europe, file e4239ddc-8319-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 333
Historical ethnobotanical review of wild edible plants of Estonia (1770s-1960s), file e4239ddc-81cc-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 330
Forest as Stronghold of Local Ecological Practice: Currently Used Wild Food Plants in Polesia, Northern Ukraine, file e4239ddd-374e-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 309
Complementary Treatment of the Common Cold and Flu with Medicinal Plants - Results from Two Samples of Pharmacy Customers in Estonia, file e4239ddc-84b8-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 287
Use of cultivated plants and non-plant remedies for human and animal home-medication in Liuban district, Belarus, file e4239ddc-84b7-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 274
Re-written narrative: transformation of the image of Ivan-chaj in Eastern Europe, file e4239ddd-c4ee-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 272
Foraging in Boreal Forest: Wild Food Plants of the Republic of Karelia, NW Russia, file e4239ddd-bec0-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 270
Just beautiful green herbs: use of plants in cultural practices in Bukovina and Roztochya, Western Ukraine, file e4239dde-2a72-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 264
Wild food plant use in 21st century Europe: The disappearance of old traditions and the search for new cuisines involving wild edibles, file e4239ddc-86fc-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 253
Personal and shared: the reach of different herbal landscapes, file e4239ddc-7ddd-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 241
Multi-functionality of the few: Current and past uses of wild plants for food and healing in Liubań region, Belarus, file e4239ddc-86bf-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 222
Fishers’ Perspectives: the Drivers Behind the Decline in Fish Catch in Laguna Lake, Philippines, file 1817ee77-0dcb-4baa-9690-9a51413f2877 221
Plants used for making recreational tea in Europe: A review based on specific research sites, file e4239ddc-7fcf-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 215
An ethnobotanical perspective on traditional fermented plant foods and beverages in Eastern Europe, file e4239ddd-ee2a-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 206
Scholarly vs. Traditional Knowledge: Effects of Sacred Natural Sites on Ethnobotanical Practices in Tuscany, Central Italy, file e4239ddd-8f1d-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 205
The importance of tolerating interstices: Babushka markets in Ukraine and Eastern Europe and their role in maintaining local food knowledge and diversity, file e4239ddd-7f07-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 189
EMIC CONCEPTUALIZATION OF A 'WILD EDIBLE PLANT' IN ESTONIA IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY, file e4239ddc-891c-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 188
Uninvited guests: Traditional insect repellents in Estonia used against the clothes moth Tineola bisselliella, human flea Pulex irritans and bedbug Cimex lectularius, file e4239ddc-7c08-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 184
Devil is in the details: Use of wild food plants in historical Võromaa and Setomaa, present-day Estonia, file e4239ddd-c9f9-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 175
The bear in Eurasian plant names: Motivations and models, file e4239ddc-86bd-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 169
Dissymmetry at the border: wild food and medicinal ethnobotany of Slovenes and Friulians in NE Italy, file e4239dde-06b3-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 166
Where tulips and crocuses are popular food snacks: Kurdish traditional foraging reveals traces of mobile pastoralism in Southern Iraqi Kurdistan, file e4239ddd-8411-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 165
THE USE OF PANAX GINSENG AND ITS ANALOGUES AMONG PHARMACY CUSTOMERS IN ESTONIA: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY, file e4239ddc-85d0-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 148
Dining Tables Divided by a Border: The Effect of Socio-Political Scenarios on Local Ecological Knowledge of Romanians Living in Ukrainian and Romanian Bukovina, file e4239dde-1dcd-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 148
Resilience in the mountains: biocultural refugia of wild food in the Greater Caucasus Range, Azerbaijan, file e4239ddd-821c-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 146
“We Became Rich and We Lost Everything”: Ethnobotany of Remote Mountain Villages of Abruzzo and Molise, Central Italy, file e4239dde-39e3-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 144
Traditional food uses of wild plants among the Gorani of South Kosovo, file e4239dde-2741-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 116
Gaining momentum: Popularization of Epilobium angustifolium as food and recreational tea on the Eastern edge of Europe, file e4239ddd-8f22-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 104
The importance of keeping alive sustainable foraging practices: Wild vegetables and herbs gathered by Afghan refugees living in Mansehra District, Pakistan, file e4239dde-564b-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 102
Perceived reasons for changes in the use of wild food plants in Saaremaa, Estonia, file e4239ddc-d1ac-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 98
Borders as Crossroads: The Diverging Routes of Herbal Knowledge of Romanians Living on the Romanian and Ukrainian Sides of Bukovina, file e4239dde-1dcb-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 98
We need to appreciate common synanthropic plants before they become rare: Case study in Latgale (Latvia), file e4239dde-0248-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 94
Taming the pandemic? The importance of homemade plant-based foods and beverages as community responses to COVID-19, file e4239dde-5a6c-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 93
Knowledge transmission patterns at the border: ethnobotany of Hutsuls living in the Carpathian Mountains of Bukovina (SW Ukraine and NE Romania), file e4239ddd-bb14-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 92
Historical Review of Ethnopharmacology in Karelia (1850s–2020s): Herbs and healers, file e4239dde-9a74-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 92
The importance of a border: Medical, veterinary, and wild food ethnobotany of the Hutsuls living on the Romanian and Ukrainian sides of Bukovina, file e4239ddd-e7fb-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 88
Blended divergences: local food and medicinal plant uses among Arbëreshë, Occitans, and autochthonous Calabrians living in Calabria, Southern Italy, file e4239ddd-bebe-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 81
Wild Food Thistle Gathering and Pastoralism: An Inextricable Link in the Biocultural Landscape of Barbagia, Central Sardinia (Italy), file e4239ddd-a4ed-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 80
"Mushrooms (and a cow) are A Means of Survival for Us": Dissimilar Ethnomycological Perspectives among Hutsuls and Romanians Living Across The Ukrainian-Romanian Border, file e4239dde-93cb-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 77
The fading wild plant food–medicines in upper chitral, nw pakistan, file e4239dde-9508-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 77
Ethnic and religious affiliations affect traditional wild plant foraging in Central Azerbaijan, file e4239ddd-eac0-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 70
Multifarious Trajectories in Plant-Based Ethnoveterinary Knowledge in Northern and Southern Eastern Europe, file e4239dde-6cfc-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 70
Food Behavior in Emergency Time: Wild Plant Use for Human Nutrition during the Conflict in Syria, file e4239dde-9a0f-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 68
Hutsuls’ perceptions of forests and uses of forest resource in Ukrainian and Romanian Bukovina, file b34449b3-84fb-4b3c-8657-4f7d6c06f48a 67
Gathered wild food plants among diverse religious groups in Jhelum District, Punjab, Pakistan, file e4239dde-9a14-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 64
The name to remember: Flexibility and contextuality of preliterate folk plant categorization from the 1830s, in Pernau, Livonia, historical region on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea, file e4239dde-9aab-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 64
One more way to support Ukraine: Celebrating its endangered biocultural diversity, file 346d6c85-ddc9-4c7c-9084-58da2e1b7675 62
“Wild fish are a blessing”: changes in fishing practices and folk fish cuisine around Laguna Lake, Northern Philippines, file e4239dde-6b06-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 61
Building a safety buffer for European food security: the role of small-scale food production and local ecological and gastronomic knowledge in light of COVID-19, file e4239dde-9aad-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 60
Active wild food practices among culturally diverse groups in the 21st century across latgale, Latvia, file e4239dde-9507-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 57
Control of foot-and-mouth disease in a closed society: A case study of Soviet Estonia, file 7e0c0829-04b0-4937-ae21-7f2e22690e0a 56
Current and Remembered Past Uses of Wild Food Plants in Saaremaa, Estonia: Changes in the Context of Unlearning Debt, file e4239ddc-db04-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 52
Why the ongoing occupation of Ukraine matters to ethnobiology, file e4239dde-9887-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 52
The trauma of no-choice: Wild food ethnobotany in Yaghnobi and Tajik villages, Varzob Valley, Tajikistan, file e4239dde-9583-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 47
On the trail of an ancient middle eastern ethnobotany: Traditional wild food plants gathered by ormuri speakers in kaniguram, nw pakistan, file e4239dde-9aac-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 46
Perceiving the Biodiversity of Food at Chest-height: Use of the Fleshy Fruits of Wild Trees and Shrubs in Saaremaa, Estonia, file e4239ddc-d0ae-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 45
Keeping or changing? Two different cultural adaptation strategies in the domestic use of home country food plant and herbal ingredients among Albanian and Moroccan migrants in Northwestern Italy, file e4239dde-9658-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 42
Diverse in Local, Overlapping in Official Medical Botany: Critical Analysis of Medicinal Plant Records from the Historic Regions of Livonia and Courland in Northeast Europe, 1829–1895, file e4239dde-9650-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 38
Early Citizen Science Action in Ethnobotany: The Case of the Folk Medicine Collection of Dr. Mihkel Ostrov in the Territory of Present-Day Estonia, 1891–1893, file e4239dde-9a0e-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 38
Language of administration as a border: Wild food plants used by setos and russians in pechorsky district of pskov oblast, NW Russia, file e4239dde-9654-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 32
Homogenisation of Biocultural Diversity: Plant Ethnomedicine and Its Diachronic Change in Setomaa and Võromaa, Estonia, in the Last Century, file e4239dde-9a10-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 32
Disadvantaged Economic Conditions and Stricter Border Rules Shape Afghan Refugees' Ethnobotany: Insights from Kohat District, NW Pakistan, file 083842b2-f31f-441a-a4a2-f498de4a792e 29
The Inextricable Link Between Food and Linguistic Diversity: Wild Food Plants among Diverse Minorities in Northeast Georgia, Caucasus, file e4239dde-9656-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 29
Promotion of Wild Food Plant Use Diversity in the Soviet Union, 1922-1991, file 7528c481-ef4a-437f-9f00-a296a531769c 28
Medicinal plant use at the beginning of the 21st century among the religious minority in Latgale region, Latvia, file 3c9923e5-72e7-4e2c-89e4-b6b532633ad5 26
Local ecological knowledge and folk medicine in historical Estonia, Livonia, Courland, and Galicia, 1805-1905, file b5785379-0277-4653-b374-17a255cf1876 16
Boundaries Are Blurred: Wild Food Plant Knowledge Circulation across the Polish-Lithuanian-Belarusian Borderland, file 60126c49-370a-4e67-8c10-213c2e75c892 15
The Importance of Being Diverse: The Idiosyncratic Ethnobotany of the Reka Albanian Diaspora in North Macedonia, file 7625f51b-8273-4c86-ae98-1cdfad029f92 14
Green pharmacy at the tips of your toes: medicinal plants used by Setos and Russians of Pechorsky District, Pskov Oblast (NW Russia), file 8bce8190-c13d-4577-92d8-3062f07df1c5 12
The nexus between traditional foraging and its sustainability: a qualitative assessment among a few selected Eurasian case studies, file 7bda65dd-cc5d-49bf-9fa9-e946e1685a8e 10
Blended divergences: local food and medicinal plant uses among Arbëreshë, Occitans, and autochthonous Calabrians living in Calabria, Southern Italy, file e4239ddd-c4ed-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 3
Local ecological knowledge and folk medicine in historical Estonia, Livonia, Courland and Galicia in Northeastern Europe, 1805-1905, file 13d73e76-415e-4bba-b651-b650c658eb9d 2
The Appeal of Ethnobotanical Folklore Records: Medicinal Plant Use in Setomaa, Räpina and Vastseliina Parishes, Estonia (1888–1996), file 9d98c9a0-85e2-4cbd-afbc-6a27f617af1b 2
Chorta (Wild Greens) in Central Crete: The Bio-Cultural Heritage of a Hidden and Resilient Ingredient of the Mediterranean Diet, file a18922c6-c800-479b-b22e-c366719819ca 2
The importance of a border: Medical, veterinary, and wild food ethnobotany of the Hutsuls living on the Romanian and Ukrainian sides of Bukovina, file e4239ddc-85cb-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 2
Ethnic and religious affiliations affect traditional wild plant foraging in Central Azerbaijan, file e4239ddd-8412-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 2
From Şxex to Chorta: The Adaptation of Maronite Foraging Customs to the Greek Ones in Kormakitis, Northern Cyprus, file ee7e89c8-6a2a-4b5b-a483-62624fd745cf 2
The Importance of Becoming Tamed: Wild Food Plants as Possible Novel Crops in Selected Food-Insecure Regions, file 17257cbe-eef0-4695-aa70-7a920254017a 1
An ethnobotanical perspective on traditional fermented plant foods and beverages in Eastern Europe, file e4239ddc-92f0-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 1
Forest as Stronghold of Local Ecological Practice: Currently Used Wild Food Plants in Polesia, Northern Ukraine, file e4239ddd-31d3-7180-e053-3705fe0a3322 1
Totale 10.657
Categoria #
all - tutte 28.479
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 28.479


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019365 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 74 61 121 78
2019/20201.005 79 73 96 205 52 57 52 61 102 93 76 59
2020/20211.505 66 91 156 85 108 63 149 89 111 144 214 229
2021/20223.294 244 139 96 409 298 98 108 75 71 122 1.379 255
2022/20231.905 102 80 302 180 167 111 211 97 146 144 247 118
2023/20241.803 122 141 201 206 280 205 318 330 0 0 0 0
Totale 10.657