Table 2. Categories, subcategories, and dimensions characterizing people's relationships with nature in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve.

Relationships   Knowledgescape   Interaction   Identity
Elements Transfer and background Material Sensory Relatedness Nature in relation to me
Global and endangered nature Focus on endangered species, wild and untouched nature Scientific, global perspective Independent from local resources Predominate With nature as global entity Fragile and passive, endangered
Nature enjoyed through the senses Focus on beautiful landscape or species Diverse forms of transfer Independent from local resources Predominant, focus on visual With certain species and landscapes Passive, often endangered
The beloved land The land, (farm) animals, cultivated land Personal relations (often related to other parts of Chile) Dependent on local resources Related to material interactions, casual With concrete places, notion of home Place where I live
Providing nature Marine resources Personal experience and relations Emphasis on material interactions Little interest Weak Passive, robust if managed
Nature as a self-reliant companion Elements that are part of daily life Personal experience and relations Both, no clear separation With concrete local places and species Self-reliant, active, robust
Mediated global nature As presented by media Media No direct interaction Little interest With charismatic species Passive
Local nature reassessed Focus on local context Personal relations, family and also NGO, scientists Both, no clear separation With concrete local places and species Fragile, threatened by urbanization and globalization