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In this issue, four studies from Italy, France, and Cyprus examine how the production of Mediterranean mountain food specialties—cheese, beef, and wine—can support sustainable development in the producing regions.

A new paper rethinks mountain water security, calling for a better understanding of the complex interaction between glacial meltwater and coupled human-natural systems. 

Volume 19, issue 10 of the Journal of Mountain Science explores topics ranging from the effect of elevation on floristic diversity, life forms, and chorotypes in the Al-Hada mountain escarpment in Saudi Arabia to the state of mountain research in Canada.

New Conéctate A+ review focuses on identifying the scientific evidence on the management of terrestrial ecosystems by women in the Andean region, and the most important knowledge gaps.

Healthy social–ecological systems in mountains are essential for reducing disaster risk and achieving sustainable development globally. This focus issue of Mountain Research and Development (MRD), co-guest edited by MRI SLC member Irasema Alcantara-Ayala, illuminates the dynamic and complex interconnections between hazards, underlying vulnerabilities, integrated disaster risk management, and resulting impacts in mountains.

Volume 19, issue 9 of the Journal of Mountain Science explores topics ranging from a comprehensive interpretation of glacier-related mass flows in the eastern Himalayan syntaxis to a machine learning model for snow depth estimation using a multisensory ubiquitous platform.

A special issue of the Journal of Mountain ScienceDisaster Risk Reduction in Mountain Areas’ Volume 19 Issue 6, June 2022, co-guest edited by MRI SLC member Irasema Alcantara-Ayala.

The latest issue of eco.mont aims to raise awareness of the importance of mountain protected areas, and with the publication of long-term studies, support and outline the interaction of scientists and PA managers.

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