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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Volume 10, Number 2, June 2008
Special Issue: The Indian Forest Sector

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Introduction
pp. 101-102(2)
Author: Nilsson, S

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India's forest resource base
pp. 116-124(9)
Author: Pandey, D

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Trees outside the forest (TOF) resources in India
pp. 125-133(9)
Author: Pandey, D

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Bamboo for the 21st century
pp. 134-146(13)
Authors: Pande, S.K; Pandey, S

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Trees outside forests (TOF): a case study of the wood productionconsumption situation in Kerala
pp. 156-164(9)
Authors: Krishnankutty, C.N; Thampi, K. Balachandran; Chundamannil, M

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India's industrial wood balance
pp. 173-189(17)
Authors: Pandey, C.N; Rangaraju, T.S

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Balancing fuelwood production and consumption in India
pp. 190-200(11)
Author: Singh, K.D

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Non-timber forest products subsistence and commercial uses: trends and future demands
pp. 201-216(16)
Authors: Chauhan, K.V.S; Sharma, A.K; Kumar, R

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The fodder situation in rural India: future outlook
pp. 217-234(18)
Authors: Roy, M.M; Singh, K.A

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Rural needs: free (range) grazing
pp. 235-244(10)
Author: Singh, N.P

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Outlook for ecotourism in India
pp. 245-255(11)
Author: Subramaniam, P

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Climate change and forests in India
pp. 256-268(13)
Authors: Chaturvedi, R.K; Tiwari, R; Ravindranath, N.H

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Forest conservationbased, climate changemitigation approach for India
pp. 269-280(12)
Authors: Rawat, V.R.S; Kishwan, J

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Forest biodiversity and its conservation in India
pp. 292-304(13)
Authors: Singh, J.S; Kushwaha, S.P.S

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Biodiversity conservation issues of Northeast India
pp. 315-324(10)
Author: Chatterjee, S

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Statistical reporting in the Indian forestry sector: status, gaps and approach
pp. 331-340(10)
Authors: Kishwan, J; Sohal, H.S; Nautiyal, R; Kolli, R; Yadav, J

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Institutionalising strategic forestry planning in India
pp. 387-400(14)
Authors: Singh, K. D; Nilsson, N.-E

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