John Richard Stepp
John Richard Stepp
Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida
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The importance of weeds in ethnopharmacology
JR Stepp, DE Moerman
Journal of ethnopharmacology 75 (1), 19-23, 2001
Defining biocultural approaches to conservation
MC Gavin, J McCarter, A Mead, F Berkes, JR Stepp, D Peterson, R Tang
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (3), 140-145, 2015
The role of weeds as sources of pharmaceuticals
JR Stepp
Journal of ethnopharmacology 92 (2-3), 163-166, 2004
Persistence of Botanical Knowledge among Tzeltal Maya Children
RK Zarger, JR Stepp
Current Anthropology 45 (3), 413-418, 2004
A new ecosystems ecology for anthropology
T Abel, JR Stepp
Conservation Ecology 7 (3), 2003
Effects of extreme climate events on tea (Camellia sinensis) functional quality validate indigenous farmer knowledge and sensory preferences in tropical China
S Ahmed, JR Stepp, C Orians, T Griffin, C Matyas, A Robbat, S Cash, ...
PloS one 9 (10), e109126, 2014
Ethnobiology and biocultural diversity
JR Stepp, FS Wyndham, RK Zarger
University of Georgia Press, USA, 2002
Remarkable properties of human ecosystems
JR Stepp, EC Jones, M Pavao-Zuckerman, D Casagrande, RK Zarger
Conservation ecology 7 (3), 2003
Development of a GIS for global biocultural diversity
JR Stepp, S Cervone, H Castaneda, A Lasseter, G Stocks, Y Gichon
Policy Matters 13 (6), 2004
Mountains and biocultural diversity
JR Stepp, H Castaneda, S Cervone
Mountain research and development 25 (3), 223-227, 2005
Pu-erh tea tasting in Yunnan, China: correlation of drinkers’ perceptions to phytochemistry
S Ahmed, U Unachukwu, JR Stepp, CM Peters, C Long, E Kennelly
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 132 (1), 176-185, 2010
Environmental factors variably impact tea secondary metabolites in the context of climate change
S Ahmed, TS Griffin, D Kraner, MK Schaffner, D Sharma, M Hazel, ...
Frontiers in plant science 10, 939, 2019
Toward a mechanistic understanding of linguistic diversity
MC Gavin, CA Botero, C Bowern, RK Colwell, M Dunn, RR Dunn, ...
BioScience 63 (7), 524-535, 2013
Beyond yields: Climate change effects on specialty crop quality and agroecological managementClimate effects on specialty crop quality
S Ahmed, JR Stepp
Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 4, 2016
Advances in ethnobiological field methods
JR Stepp
Field methods 17 (3), 211-218, 2005
Altitudinal effects on the quality of green tea in east China: a climate change perspective
WY Han, JG Huang, X Li, ZX Li, GJ Ahammed, P Yan, JR Stepp
European Food Research and Technology 243 (2), 323-330, 2017
Reshaping the future of ethnobiology research after the COVID-19 pandemic
I Vandebroek, A Pieroni, JR Stepp, N Hanazaki, A Ladio, RRN Alves, ...
Nature Plants 6 (7), 723-730, 2020
Green tea: The plants, processing, manufacturing and production
S Ahmed, JR Stepp
Tea in health and disease prevention, 19-31, 2013
Association between empirically estimated monsoon dynamics and other weather factors and historical tea yields in China: results from a yield response model
R Boehm, SB Cash, BT Anderson, S Ahmed, TS Griffin, A Robbat Jr, ...
Climate 4 (2), 20, 2016
A graduate education framework for tropical conservation and development
KA Kainer, M Schmink, H Covert, JR Stepp, EM Bruna, JL Dain, ...
Conservation biology 20 (1), 3-13, 2006
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