The Complex Forest: communities, uncertainty, and adaptive management C.J.P. Colfer Resources for the Future Press, Washington D.C. xii + 370 pp., ISBN 1-933115-12-2, hb. $65; ISBN 1-933115-13-0, pb. 31.95.
Best practices for improving law compliance in the forest sector FAO Forestry Paper 145. FAO, Rome, Italy and ITTO, Yokohama, Japan. 2005132pp ISBN 92 5 105381 2.
Japanese forestry and its implications R.T. Fenton Marshall Cavendish Academic (Singapore), Times Publishing Ltd. 2005. xxvii + 307 pp. ISBN 981-210-424-0. Fax order (0065)- 6284 9772. US30 in Japan and outside Asia, Singapore 39 in Asia outside Japan, plus p.p. 10.
Economics, sustainability, and natural resources: economics of sustainable forest management Shashi Kant and R. Albert Berry (Eds.) Springer, 274 pages, 2005, ISBN 1402034652
Turning trees to timber - a chainsaw milling manual Specifically developed for small diameter farm or dryland trees in the tropics NM Pasniecznik, MCM Brewer, C Fehr and JH Samuel HDRA Publishing, International Research Department, Ryton Organic Gardens, Coventry CV8 3LG, 2006. Printed by Emmerson Press and funded on DFID FRP R8510 Research Project. ISBN: 09 05343379. 40 pages.
The science of sustainable development: local livelihoods and the global environment Jeff Sayer and Bruce Campbell Cambridge university Press, 2004. 288 pages. ISBN 13:9780521534567
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Affiliations: 1: Hamburg university. 3: Chatham House (Royal Institute of International Affairs). 4: University of Hamburg. 5: School of Forestry & Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University, Auburn, AL 36849, USA. 6: Oxford Forestry Institute (rtd.). 7: IIED Director.2:
Publication date: December 1, 2006
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