Proceedings of the Southeast Asian Moving Workshop on Conservation, Management and Utilization of Forest Genetic Resources


25 February-10 March 2001, Thailand

Edited by:
J. Koskela
S. Appanah
A. P. Pedersen
M. D. Markopoulos

FORSPA Publication No. 31/2002

Forestry Research Support Programme for Asia and the Pacific (FORSPA)
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Bangkok, June 2002

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The Forestry Research Support Programme for Asia and the Pacific (FORSPA) is designed to enhance country capacity in forestry research. At the regional level, it aims to develop sustainable networking arrangements through the Asia Pacific Association of Forestry Research Institutions (APAFRI). Country capacity building efforts are focused on research strategy formulation and planning, human resource development, facilitating access to information and promoting collaborative arrangements between institutions in the Region. Funded by the Government of The Netherlands, FORSPA is implemented by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

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Cover Photos:
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PREFACE

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

PART 1. COUNTRY REPORTS

THE STATE OF FOREST MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION IN CAMBODIA
PRESENT STATUS OF CONSERVATION, UTILIZATION AND MANAGEMENT OF FOREST GENETIC RESOURCES IN INDONESIA
CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF FOREST GENETIC RESOURCES IN LAO PDR
CONSERVATION, UTILIZATION AND MANAGEMENT OF FOREST GENETIC RESOURCES IN MALAYSIA
STATE OF FORESTS AND FOREST GENETIC RESOURCES IN MYANMAR
CONSERVATION, UTILIZATION AND MANAGEMENT OF FOREST GENETIC RESOURCES IN THE PHILIPPINES
FOREST GENETIC RESOURCES IN THAILAND
CONSERVATION, UTILIZATION AND MANAGEMENT OF FOREST GENETIC RESOURCES IN VIETNAM

PART 2. INVITED PAPERS

EX SITU CONSERVATION EFFORTS FOR Neobalanocarpus heimii IN MALAYSIA
MAJOR GOVERNMENTAL BODIES IN THAILAND: THEIR FUNCTIONS AND POLICIES IN CONSERVATION
FOREST RESTORATION PLANTING IN NORTHERN THAILAND
CONSERVATION AND USE OF Aquilaria crassna IN VIETNAM: A CASE STUDY
CONSERVATION OF FOREST GENETIC RESOURCES IN VIETNAM WITH REFERENCE TO ENDANGERED TREE SPECIES
REGIONAL WORKSHOPS ON CONSERVATION AND USE OF FOREST GENETIC RESOURCES: THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO A GLOBAL ASSESSMENT OF FOREST GENETIC DIVERSITY
PEOPLE'S PARTICIPATION IN FOREST CONSERVATION: CONSIDERATIONS AND CASE STUDIES
CONSERVATION OF TROPICAL FOREST GENETIC RESOURCES: IPGRI'S EFFORTS AND EXPERIENCES
TREE DOMESTICATION: THE AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCE IN PARTNERSHIPS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION
ACCESS ISSUES IN FOREST GENETIC RESOURCES -EXPERIENCE IN SHARING AND EXCHANGE OF GERMPLASM IN AUSTRALIA AND THE SOUTH PACIFIC
CONSERVATION OF TREES THROUGH USE BY LOCAL PEOPLE AND DECENTRALIZED SEED DISTRIBUTION SUPPORTED BY A TREE SEED PROGRAMME
GROUP WORKING OUTPUTS
CONCLUDING REMARKS

APPENDIX 1. LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

APPENDIX 2. GROUP PHOTOGRAPH

APPENDIX 3. WORKSHOP PROGRAMME