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A study was carried out to investigate the potential of monoculture plantations of Acacia auriculiformis, Casuarina equisetifolia and Anacardium occidentale to foster the regeneration of native woody species with respect to proximity to human settlements and natural forest (NF) as the major...
In order to improve French forest accounts, a national survey was carried out during the year 2001 with the aim of collecting data on public preferences and behaviors toward forest. Some 1815 households were contacted via telephone and asked about their recreational activities and...
Understanding the attitude of stakeholders towards forest management is important for the conservation of forests. In this paper we examine attitudes of primary stakeholders towards forest conservation management in Ghana, with Subri Forest Reserve as the study area. Using a survey methodology,...
Wood harvesting is an important source of income and a direct threat to mangrove forests in West-Central Africa. To understand the effects of this activity on mangrove ecology, it is necessary to assess harvesting practices of local communities. Knowledge on those is scarce for this region; we...
Although the use of fire as a management tool has increased during the past decades in East African savannas, there is insufficient knowledge about herbivores' utilization of areas with different fire history. We therefore examined large mammal herbivores' preference for patches that differed in...
Polygonatum cirrhifolium Royle (Meda), a herb belonging to the Liliaceae family, is known for its medicinal, cultural and ethno-botanical uses. However, due to its great market potential, it is harvested and grown in an uncontrolled way; overexploitation has caused the decline of the herb from...
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