SOUKAND, RENATA
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 11.745
EU - Europa 5.379
AS - Asia 1.320
AF - Africa 39
SA - Sud America 18
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 14
OC - Oceania 6
Totale 18.521
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 8.826
CA - Canada 2.917
PL - Polonia 2.207
CN - Cina 1.021
IT - Italia 910
AT - Austria 459
IE - Irlanda 365
SE - Svezia 358
UA - Ucraina 217
DE - Germania 195
GB - Regno Unito 155
FR - Francia 125
RU - Federazione Russa 99
SG - Singapore 68
BG - Bulgaria 60
PH - Filippine 53
BE - Belgio 50
TR - Turchia 45
ES - Italia 28
IN - India 28
BJ - Benin 20
NL - Olanda 20
VN - Vietnam 20
IR - Iran 19
CH - Svizzera 18
EE - Estonia 18
JP - Giappone 16
RO - Romania 14
FI - Finlandia 13
KR - Corea 13
NO - Norvegia 12
GR - Grecia 11
EU - Europa 10
UZ - Uzbekistan 8
CL - Cile 6
EG - Egitto 6
ZA - Sudafrica 6
AU - Australia 5
DK - Danimarca 5
HU - Ungheria 5
LB - Libano 5
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 4
BR - Brasile 4
BY - Bielorussia 4
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 4
LT - Lituania 4
LV - Lettonia 4
SI - Slovenia 4
GH - Ghana 3
HR - Croazia 3
PE - Perù 3
PK - Pakistan 3
A1 - Anonimo 2
A2 - ???statistics.table.value.countryCode.A2??? 2
BZ - Belize 2
GW - Guinea-Bissau 2
HK - Hong Kong 2
IQ - Iraq 2
IS - Islanda 2
LK - Sri Lanka 2
MK - Macedonia 2
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 2
TH - Thailandia 2
YE - Yemen 2
AL - Albania 1
AR - Argentina 1
AZ - Azerbaigian 1
BO - Bolivia 1
CO - Colombia 1
CY - Cipro 1
EC - Ecuador 1
ID - Indonesia 1
IL - Israele 1
IM - Isola di Man 1
KH - Cambogia 1
KZ - Kazakistan 1
LU - Lussemburgo 1
MA - Marocco 1
MD - Moldavia 1
MY - Malesia 1
NG - Nigeria 1
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 1
PT - Portogallo 1
PY - Paraguay 1
RS - Serbia 1
Totale 18.521
Città #
Woodbridge 3.110
Montréal 2.530
Warsaw 2.199
Fairfield 866
Chandler 700
Ashburn 539
Vienna 447
Jacksonville 403
Houston 361
Dublin 359
Seattle 350
Ottawa 346
Wilmington 324
Cambridge 247
Ann Arbor 228
Jinan 142
Mestre 135
San Mateo 134
Nanjing 132
Venezia 87
Boston 84
Mülheim 83
Shenyang 80
Boardman 76
Princeton 74
New York 73
Andover 70
Chioggia 65
San Diego 64
Venice 60
Hebei 57
Sofia 56
Beijing 53
Taiyuan 53
Tianjin 50
Brussels 48
Des Moines 45
Altamura 44
Zhengzhou 42
London 41
Dearborn 38
Guangzhou 38
Izmir 38
Haikou 37
Hangzhou 36
Ningbo 36
Nanchang 35
Changsha 34
Jiaxing 34
Spinea 34
Washington 30
San Paolo di Civitate 28
Jesolo 24
Milan 24
Taizhou 24
Atlanta 22
Fuzhou 22
Saint Petersburg 22
Cotonou 20
Kronberg 18
Toronto 18
Dong Ket 17
Castelcucco 16
Phoenix 16
Pune 16
Barcelona 15
Clearwater 14
Kilburn 14
Norwalk 13
Tartu 12
Chicago 11
Falls Church 11
Fiume Veneto 11
Hefei 11
Redwood City 11
Dolo 10
Oxford 10
Treviso 10
Vittorio Veneto 10
Athens 9
Helsinki 9
Cerignola 8
Paris 8
Torino 8
Hounslow 7
Loria 7
Noale 7
Torrelavega 7
Antipolo City 6
Brossasco 6
Casier 6
Leawood 6
Moscow 6
Novokuznetsk 6
Pieve di Soligo 6
Tokyo 6
Amstelveen 5
Chiswick 5
Kemerovo 5
Oslo 5
Totale 15.835
Nome #
Just beautiful green herbs: use of plants in cultural practices in Bukovina and Roztochya, Western Ukraine 2.724
Uses of tree saps in northern and eastern parts of Europe 558
Current and Remembered Past Uses of Wild Food Plants in Saaremaa, Estonia: Changes in the Context of Unlearning Debt 429
How the name arnica was borrowed into Estonian 419
Complementary Treatment of the Common Cold and Flu with Medicinal Plants - Results from Two Samples of Pharmacy Customers in Estonia 405
Historical ethnobotanical review of wild edible plants of Estonia (1770s-1960s) 398
Perceived reasons for changes in the use of wild food plants in Saaremaa, Estonia 392
Personal and shared: the reach of different herbal landscapes 384
A hundred introductions to semiotics, for a million students: Survey of semiotics textbooks and primers in the world 367
EMIC CONCEPTUALIZATION OF A 'WILD EDIBLE PLANT' IN ESTONIA IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY 366
Forest as Stronghold of Local Ecological Practice: Currently Used Wild Food Plants in Polesia, Northern Ukraine 359
Herbal landscape: The perception of landscape as a source of medicinal plants 354
Use of cultivated plants and non-plant remedies for human and animal home-medication in Liuban district, Belarus 343
Ethnic and religious affiliations affect traditional wild plant foraging in Central Azerbaijan 339
The bear in Eurasian plant names: Motivations and models 336
The importance of a border: Medical, veterinary, and wild food ethnobotany of the Hutsuls living on the Romanian and Ukrainian sides of Bukovina 331
An ethnobotanical perspective on traditional fermented plant foods and beverages in Eastern Europe 328
Plants used for making recreational tea in Europe: A review based on specific research sites 326
Wild food plant use in 21st century Europe: The disappearance of old traditions and the search for new cuisines involving wild edibles 322
Foraging in Boreal Forest: Wild Food Plants of the Republic of Karelia, NW Russia 312
Gaining momentum: Popularization of Epilobium angustifolium as food and recreational tea on the Eastern edge of Europe 303
Uninvited guests: Traditional insect repellents in Estonia used against the clothes moth Tineola bisselliella, human flea Pulex irritans and bedbug Cimex lectularius 299
Multi-functionality of the few: Current and past uses of wild plants for food and healing in Liubań region, Belarus 292
Perceiving the Biodiversity of Food at Chest-height: Use of the Fleshy Fruits of Wild Trees and Shrubs in Saaremaa, Estonia 289
The disappearing wild food and medicinal plant knowledge in a few mountain villages of North-Eastern Albania 288
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 284
Celebrating Multi-Religious Co-Existence in Central Kurdistan: the Bio-Culturally Diverse Traditional Gathering of Wild Vegetables among Yazidis, Assyrians, and Muslim Kurds 281
Inventing a herbal tradition: The complex roots of the current popularity of Epilobium angustifolium in Eastern Europe 281
ARE BORDERS MORE IMPORTANT THAN GEOGRAPHICAL DISTANCE? THE WILD FOOD ETHNOBOTANY OF THE BOYKOS AND ITS OVERLAP WITH THAT OF THE BUKOVINIAN HUTSULS IN WESTERN UKRAINE 267
Re-written narrative: transformation of the image of Ivan-chaj in Eastern Europe 265
The importance of tolerating interstices: Babushka markets in Ukraine and Eastern Europe and their role in maintaining local food knowledge and diversity 260
THE USE OF PANAX GINSENG AND ITS ANALOGUES AMONG PHARMACY CUSTOMERS IN ESTONIA: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY 253
Scholarly vs. Traditional Knowledge: Effects of Sacred Natural Sites on Ethnobotanical Practices in Tuscany, Central Italy 252
Traditional food uses of wild plants among the Gorani of South Kosovo 252
Blended divergences: local food and medicinal plant uses among Arbëreshë, Occitans, and autochthonous Calabrians living in Calabria, Southern Italy 245
Devil is in the details: Use of wild food plants in historical Võromaa and Setomaa, present-day Estonia 234
Resilience in the mountains: biocultural refugia of wild food in the Greater Caucasus Range, Azerbaijan 216
Changes in the Use of Wild Food Plants in Estonia 204
Change in medical plant use in Estonian ethnomedicine: A historical comparison between 1888 and 1994 203
Dining Tables Divided by a Border: The Effect of Socio-Political Scenarios on Local Ecological Knowledge of Romanians Living in Ukrainian and Romanian Bukovina 192
Wild plants eaten in childhood: A retrospective of Estonia in the 1970s-1990s 189
Where tulips and crocuses are popular food snacks: Kurdish traditional foraging reveals traces of mobile pastoralism in Southern Iraqi Kurdistan 189
What are the main criteria of science? Unconventional methods in ethnopharmacology 182
Plant as Object within Herbal Landscape: Different Kinds of Perception 181
Where does the border lie: Locally grown plants used for making tea for recreation and/or healing, 1970s-1990s Estonia 172
We need to appreciate common synanthropic plants before they become rare: Case study in Latgale (Latvia) 164
“We Became Rich and We Lost Everything”: Ethnobotany of Remote Mountain Villages of Abruzzo and Molise, Central Italy 154
Dissymmetry at the border: wild food and medicinal ethnobotany of Slovenes and Friulians in NE Italy 153
Knowledge transmission patterns at the border: ethnobotany of Hutsuls living in the Carpathian Mountains of Bukovina (SW Ukraine and NE Romania) 146
Wild Food Thistle Gathering and Pastoralism: An Inextricable Link in the Biocultural Landscape of Barbagia, Central Sardinia (Italy) 144
Taming the pandemic? The importance of homemade plant-based foods and beverages as community responses to COVID-19 129
The importance of keeping alive sustainable foraging practices: Wild vegetables and herbs gathered by Afghan refugees living in Mansehra District, Pakistan 115
The use of teetaimed in Estonia, 1880s-1990s 112
Borders as Crossroads: The Diverging Routes of Herbal Knowledge of Romanians Living on the Romanian and Ukrainian Sides of Bukovina 107
Why the ongoing occupation of Ukraine matters to ethnobiology 105
Hutsuls’ perceptions of forests and uses of forest resource in Ukrainian and Romanian Bukovina 99
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 92
"Mushrooms (and a cow) are A Means of Survival for Us": Dissimilar Ethnomycological Perspectives among Hutsuls and Romanians Living Across The Ukrainian-Romanian Border 89
“Wild fish are a blessing”: changes in fishing practices and folk fish cuisine around Laguna Lake, Northern Philippines 86
Active wild food practices among culturally diverse groups in the 21st century across latgale, Latvia 86
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 82
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 74
Multifarious Trajectories in Plant-Based Ethnoveterinary Knowledge in Northern and Southern Eastern Europe 71
The fading wild plant food–medicines in upper chitral, nw pakistan 70
Language of administration as a border: Wild food plants used by setos and russians in pechorsky district of pskov oblast, NW Russia 68
Historical Review of Ethnopharmacology in Karelia (1850s–2020s): Herbs and healers 66
Wild food plants traditionally gathered in central Armenia: archaic ingredients or future sustainable foods? 60
The Inextricable Link Between Food and Linguistic Diversity: Wild Food Plants among Diverse Minorities in Northeast Georgia, Caucasus 58
Control of foot-and-mouth disease in a closed society: A case study of Soviet Estonia 57
Gathered wild food plants among diverse religious groups in Jhelum District, Punjab, Pakistan 55
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 48
Food Behavior in Emergency Time: Wild Plant Use for Human Nutrition during the Conflict in Syria 47
On the trail of an ancient middle eastern ethnobotany: Traditional wild food plants gathered by ormuri speakers in kaniguram, nw pakistan 46
Local ecological knowledge and folk medicine in historical Estonia, Livonia, Courland, and Galicia, 1805-1905 42
Fishers’ Perspectives: the Drivers Behind the Decline in Fish Catch in Laguna Lake, Philippines 39
Homogenisation of Biocultural Diversity: Plant Ethnomedicine and Its Diachronic Change in Setomaa and Võromaa, Estonia, in the Last Century 38
The trauma of no-choice: Wild food ethnobotany in Yaghnobi and Tajik villages, Varzob Valley, Tajikistan 38
Medicinal plant use at the beginning of the 21st century among the religious minority in Latgale region, Latvia 37
One more way to support Ukraine: Celebrating its endangered biocultural diversity 31
Promotion of Wild Food Plant Use Diversity in the Soviet Union, 1922-1991 27
Disadvantaged Economic Conditions and Stricter Border Rules Shape Afghan Refugees' Ethnobotany: Insights from Kohat District, NW Pakistan 21
The nexus between traditional foraging and its sustainability: a qualitative assessment among a few selected Eurasian case studies 19
Boundaries Are Blurred: Wild Food Plant Knowledge Circulation across the Polish-Lithuanian-Belarusian Borderland 18
Archaic Food Uses of Large Graminoids in Agro Peligno Wetlands (Abruzzo, Central Italy) Compared With the European Ethnobotanical and Archaeological Literature 13
The Importance of Being Diverse: The Idiosyncratic Ethnobotany of the Reka Albanian Diaspora in North Macedonia 11
Green pharmacy at the tips of your toes: medicinal plants used by Setos and Russians of Pechorsky District, Pskov Oblast (NW Russia) 9
Chorta (Wild Greens) in Central Crete: The Bio-Cultural Heritage of a Hidden and Resilient Ingredient of the Mediterranean Diet 7
Local ecological knowledge and folk medicine in historical Estonia, Livonia, Courland and Galicia in Northeastern Europe, 1805-1905 6
The Appeal of Ethnobotanical Folklore Records: Medicinal Plant Use in Setomaa, Räpina and Vastseliina Parishes, Estonia (1888–1996) 6
From Şxex to Chorta: The Adaptation of Maronite Foraging Customs to the Greek Ones in Kormakitis, Northern Cyprus 6
Bitter Is Better: Wild Greens Used in the Blue Zone of Ikaria, Greece 4
The Importance of Becoming Tamed: Wild Food Plants as Possible Novel Crops in Selected Food-Insecure Regions 4
Socio–Cultural Significance of Yerba Maté among Syrian Residents and Diaspora 4
Wild food plants gathered by four cultural groups in North Waziristan, Pakistan 3
Centralization can jeopardize local wild plant-based food security 3
Plant Use Adaptation in Pamir: Sarikoli Foraging in the Wakhan Area, Northern Pakistan 3
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People's migrations and plants for food: a review for fostering sustainability 2
Totale 18.842
Categoria #
all - tutte 50.019
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 50.019


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019718 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 122 109 195 251
2019/20202.569 264 186 193 458 178 198 138 285 157 279 143 90
2020/20215.938 153 80 264 213 397 271 306 216 2.839 461 354 384
2021/20224.586 381 339 233 565 347 46 101 96 216 389 1.629 244
2022/20232.521 149 187 63 186 401 696 80 210 270 53 188 38
2023/20241.074 52 51 99 75 254 255 144 144 0 0 0 0
Totale 18.842