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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.

The IFR is part of The Global Forest Information Service - GFIS

International Forestry Review has a 5-year impact factor of 1.733

Publisher: Commonwealth Forestry Association

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Volume 19, Supplement 4, December 2017
Special Issue: Forest landscape restoration in hilly and mountainous regions

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Open Access How do property rights reforms provide incentives for forest landscape restoration? Comparing evidence from Nepal, China and Ethiopia
pp. 8-23(16)
Authors: Cronkleton, P.; Artati, Y.; Baral, H.; Paudyal, K.; Banjane, M.R.; Liu, J.L.; Tu, T.Y.; Putzel, L.; Birhane, E.; Kassa, H.

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Open Access China's Conversion of Cropland to Forest Program as a national PES scheme: Institutional structure, voluntarism and conditionality of PES
pp. 24-36(13)
Authors: Zhang, K.; Artati, Y.; Putzel, L.; Xie, C.; Hogarth, N.J.; Wang, J.N.; Wang, J.

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Open Access Exclosures as forest and landscape restoration tools: lessons from Tigray Region, Ethiopia
pp. 37-50(14)
Authors: Birhane, E.; Mengistu, T.; Seyoum, Y.; Hagazi, N.; Putzel, L.; Rannestad, M. Mekonen; Kassa, H.

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Open Access Shared strengths and limitations of participatory forest management and area exclosure: two major state led landscape rehabilitation mechanisms in Ethiopia
pp. 51-61(11)
Authors: Kassa, H.; Birhane, E.; Bekele, M.; Lemenih, M.; Tadesse, W.; Cronkleton, P.; Putzel, L.; Baral, H.

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Open Access Can forest stand alone? Barriers to the restoration of the last remaining rainforest in Assam, India
pp. 62-74(13)
Authors: Ranabhat, S.; Bhatta, L.D.; Rai, R.K.; Pant, B.; Timalsina, N.; Das, P.J.; Bisht, N.

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Open Access From denuded to green mountains: process and motivating factors of forest landscape restoration in Phewa Lake watershed, Nepal
pp. 75-87(13)
Authors: Paudyal, K.; Putzel, L.; Baral, H.; Chaudhary, S.; Sharma, R.; Bhandari, S.; Poudel, I.; Keenan, R.J.

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Open Access A segregated assessment of total carbon stocks by the mode of origin and ecological functions of forests: implication on restoration potential
pp. 120-147(28)
Authors: Neupane, P.R.; Gauli, A.; Maraseni, T.; Kübler, D.; Mundhenk, P.; Dang, M.V.; Köhl, M.

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