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Multiple-Use Forest Management in the Humid Tropics Opportunities and Challenges for Sustainable Forest Management

Series: FAO Forestry Paper Volume: 173
By: Cesar Sabogal(Author), Manuel R Guariguata(Author), Jeremy Broadhead(Author), Guillaume Lescuyer(Author), Sini Savilaakso(Author), Julienne N Essoungou(Author), Plinio Sist(Author)
102 pages, colour photos, 8 colour illustrations and colour maps, 13 colour & b/w tables
Multiple-Use Forest Management in the Humid Tropics
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Multiple-Use Forest Management in the Humid Tropics reports on three regional assessments carried out to identify and draw lessons from on-the-ground initiatives in multiple-use forest management in the Amazon Basin, the Congo Basin and Southeast Asia. In all three regions, information was collected through interview with country-based forestry experts, forest managers and technicians. A complementary, Web-based questionnaire further examines the reasons for the successes and failures of multiple-use forests management initiatives.

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Series: FAO Forestry Paper Volume: 173
By: Cesar Sabogal(Author), Manuel R Guariguata(Author), Jeremy Broadhead(Author), Guillaume Lescuyer(Author), Sini Savilaakso(Author), Julienne N Essoungou(Author), Plinio Sist(Author)
102 pages, colour photos, 8 colour illustrations and colour maps, 13 colour & b/w tables
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