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State of the Art in Ethiopian Church Forests and Restoration Options

By: Mengistie Kindu(Editor), Thomas Schneider(Editor), Alemayehu Wassie(Editor), Mulugeta Lemenih(Editor), Demel Teketay(Editor), Thomas Knoke(Editor)
348 pages, 69 colour & 20 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
State of the Art in Ethiopian Church Forests and Restoration Options
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  • State of the Art in Ethiopian Church Forests and Restoration Options ISBN: 9783030866259 Hardback Jan 2022 Out of stock: Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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This book, with contributions from leading academics – and including reviews and case studies from Ethiopian Church forests – provides a valuable reference for advanced students and researchers interested in forest and other natural resource management, ecology and ecosystem services as well as restoration options.

The book addresses various aspects including a general overview of Ethiopian church forests, and the present role and future challenges of church forests. It also discusses their structure and diversity in the context of sustainability and discusses restoration options for surrounding landscapes, under consideration of the circumstances of the land and the needs of surrounding communities.

The intended readership includes natural resource professionals in general as well as forestry professionals in particular (practitioners, policymakers, educators and researchers). The book will provide the reader with a good foundation for understanding Ethiopian forest resources and restoration options for degraded landscapes.

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By: Mengistie Kindu(Editor), Thomas Schneider(Editor), Alemayehu Wassie(Editor), Mulugeta Lemenih(Editor), Demel Teketay(Editor), Thomas Knoke(Editor)
348 pages, 69 colour & 20 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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