The International Forestry Review is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that publishes original research and review papers on all aspects of forest policy and science, with an emphasis on issues of transnational significance. It is published four times per year, in March, June, September and December. Theme editions are a regular feature and attract a wide audience.

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Publisher: Commonwealth Forestry Association

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Volume 5, Number 3, September 2003
Special Issue: Illegal logging

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Editorial
pp. ii-iii(2)
Author: Pottinger, Alan

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Forest law enforcement and rural livelihoods
pp. 199-210(12)
Author: Kaimowitz, D.

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Bilateral agreements to address illegal logging
pp. 219-229(11)
Author: Speechly, H.

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Lessons from international agreements
pp. 240-246(7)
Author: Brack, D.

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Trade and imports of illegal timber: options for Europe
pp. 253-257(5)
Author: Marijnissen, C.

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Technologies for log tracking
pp. 262-267(6)
Authors: Dykstra, D.P.; Kuru, G.; Nussbaum, R.

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Independent verification of legal timber: complementing certification and encouraging positive governance?
pp. 268-277(10)
Authors: Mitchell, A.; Elliott, J.; de La Rochefordière, A.

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Illegal logging in the Asia-Pacific region: an ADB perspective
pp. 278-281(4)
Authors: Mir, J.; Fraser, A.

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Impacts of illegality and barriers to legality: a diagnostic analysis of illegal logging in Honduras and Nicaragua
pp. 282-292(11)
Authors: Richards, M.; Wells, A.; Del Gatto, F.; Contreras-Hermosilla, A.; Pommier, D.

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Illegal logging, collusive corruption and fragmented governments in Kalimantan, Indonesia
pp. 293-302(10)
Authors: Smith, J.; Obidzinski, K.; Subarudi, Subarudi; Suramenggala, I.

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Illegal logging in the Russian Far East and Siberia
pp. 303-306(4)
Authors: Vandergert, P.; Newell, J.

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pp. 314-314(1)

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Spanish
pp. 315-315(1)

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