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FRA Working Papers

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How to write a FRA Working Paper (10 pp. – E)

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FRA 2000 Terms and Definitions (18 pp. - E/F/S/P)

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FRA 2000 Guidelines for assessments in tropical and sub-tropical countries (43 pp. - E/F/S/P)

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The status of the forest resources assessment in the South-Asian sub-region and the country capacity building needs. Proceedings of the GCP/RAS/162/JPN regional workshop held in Dehradun, India, 8-12 June 1998. (186 pp. - E)

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Volume/Biomass Special Study: georeferenced forest volume data for Latin America (93 pp. - )

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Volume/Biomass Special Study: georeferenced forest volume data for Asia and Tropical Oceania (102 pp. - E)

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Country Maps for the Forestry Department website (21 pp. - E)

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Forest Resources Information System (FORIS) – Concepts and Status Report (20 pp. E)

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Remote Sensing and Forest Monitoring in FRA 2000 and beyond. (22 pp. - E)

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Volume/Biomass special Study: Georeferenced Forest Volume Data for Tropical Africa (97 pp. – E)

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Memorias del Taller sobre el Programa de Evaluación de los Recursos Forestales en once Países Latinoamericanos (pp. 194 - S)

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Non-wood forest Products study for Mexico, Cuba and South America (draft for comments) (82 pp. – E)

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Annotated bibliography on Forest cover change – Nepal (59 pp. – E)

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Annotated bibliography on Forest cover change – Guatemala (66 pp. – E)

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Forest Resources of Bhutan - Country Report (18 pp. – E)

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Forest Resources of Bangladesh – Country Report (89 pp. – E)

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Forest Resources of Nepal – Country Report (under preparation)

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Forest Resources of Sri Lanka – Country Report (under preparation)

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Forest plantation resource in developing countries (75 pp. – E)

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Global forest cover map (14 pp. – E)

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A concept and strategy for ecological zoning for the global FRA 2000 (23 pp. – E)

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Planning and information needs assessment for forest fires component (32 pp. – E)

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Evaluación de los productos forestales no madereros en América Central (102 pp. – S)

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Forest resources documentation, archiving and research for the Global FRA 2000 (77 pp. – E)

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Maintenance of Country Texts on the FAO Forestry Department Website (25 pp. – E))

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Field documentation of forest cover changes for the Global FRA 2000 (under preparation)

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FRA 2000 Global Ecological Zones Mapping Workshop Report Cambridge, 28-30 July 1999 (53 pp. –E)

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Tropical Deforestation Literature:Geographical and Historical Patterns in the Availability of Information and the Analysis of Causes (17 pp. – E)

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World Forest Survey – Concept Paper (under preparation)

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Forest cover mapping and monitoring with NOAA-AVHRR and other coarse spatial resolution sensors (42 pp. E)

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Web Page Editorial Guidelines (22 pp. – E)

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Assessing state & change in Global Forest Cover: 2000 and beyond (15 pp. – E)

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