Alvarez Torres, M. 1999. Sistema tradicional de alimentación de patos y gallinas en una comunidad negra del Pacífico colombiano. Programa Bosque Húmedo. Medellín, Colombia, Fundación Espavé, 55.

Anderson, J., Warner, K., Russo, L. & Qwist-Hoffmann, H. 1999. The challenges of extension for non-wood forest products. Unasylva, 50(198):54-57.

Arnold, J.E.M. 1998. The role of non-timber forest products in conservation and development. In E. Wollenberg & A. Ingles (eds). Incomes from the forest: methods for the development and conservation of forest products for local communities. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR, p.17-41.

Arnold, M.J.E, & Bird, P. 1999. Forests and the poverty-environment nexus. Paper prepared for the UNDP/EC Expert workshop on Poverty and Environment, Brussels, Belgium.

Arnold, M.J.E. & Dewees, P. 1997. Farms, trees & farmers: responses to agricultural intensification. London. Earthscan Publications Ltd. Earthscan Publications Ltd., 120 Pentonville Road, London N1 9JN Fax: +44-0171-278-1142. E-mail: earthinfo@earthscan.co.uk
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Assies, W. 1999. Amazon nuts, forests and sustainability in Bolivia and Brazil. In M. Ros-Tonen (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, the Tropenbos Foundation, p.95-106.

Bahuchet, S. 1998. Viande sauvage et restauration de rue au Cameroun: le cas de Yaoundé. APFT Briefing n.8. Bruxelles, Avenir des Peuples des Forêts Tropicales.
APFT - Conseil Scientifique. Dr S. Bahuchet, Lacito-CNRS, rue l'Amiral Mouchez, 75014 Paris, France. Fax: +33-1-45 80 59 83. E-mail: bahuchet@msh-paris.fr

Bahuchet, S. 1998. Le cacao et l'antilope, ou: pourquoi il ne faut pas laisser faire du chocolat à l'huile végétale...(le cas du Cameroun). APFT Briefing n.9. Avenir des Peuples des Forêts Tropicales, Bruxelles.
APFT - Conseil Scientifique. Dr. S. Bahuchet, Lacito-CNRS, rue l'Amiral Mouchez, 75014 Paris, France. Fax: +33-1-45 80 59 83. E-mail: bahuchet@msh-paris.fr

 

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Barham, B.L., Coomes, O.T. & Takasaki, Y. 1999. Rain forest livelihoods: income generation, household wealth and forest use. Unasylva, 50(198): 34-42.

Belcher, B. 1998. A production-to-consumption system approach: lessons from the bamboo and rattan sectors in Asia. In E. Wollenberg & A. Ingles (eds). Incomes from the forest: methods for the development and conservation of forest products for local communities. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR.

Binot, A. 1999. La filière viande à Libreville. APFT news N. 7. Avenir des Peuples des Forêts Tropicales, Bruxelles, p.13-15.
For copies, please contact: Theodore Trefon, APFT, Université Libre de Bruxelles, 44 Av, Jeanne - CP 124, 1050 Bruxelles, Belgique. Fax: +32-2-650 37 98. E-mail: ttrefon@ulb.ac.be

Bishop, J.T. 1998. The Economics of Non-Timber Forest Benefits: An Overview. Gatekeeper 98-01. London, IIED. 17 pp.

Boffa, J.-M. 1999. Agroforestry parklands in Sub-Saharan Africa. Conservation Guide. Rome, FAO. In press.

Boyd, C., Blench, R., Bourn, D., Drake, L. & Stevenson, P. 1999. Reconciling interests among wildlife, livestock and people in Eastern Africa: a sustainable livelihoods approach. ODI Natural Resource Perspectives, N. 45, June 1999.

Bruce, J. W. 1999. Legal bases for the management of forest resources as common property. Community Forestry Note 14. Rome, FAO.

Buitrón, X. 1999. Ecuador: uso y comercio de plantas medicinales, situación actual y aspectos importantes para su conservación. TRAFFIC. Para más información, dirigirse a: Ximena Buitrón, TRAFFIC's South America Project Office, Av. Atahualpa Nº 955 y República, Quito, Ecuador, (+593 2) 466622/ 23; correo electrónico: ximena@uicnsur.satnet.net;  Maija Sirola, TRAFFIC International en el Reino Unido, (+44 1) 223 277 427; correo electrónico: maija.sirola@trafficint.org.

Bulte, E.H. & van Kooten, G.C. 1999. Economic efficiency, resource conservation and the ivory trade ban. Ecological economics 28(2): 171.

Byron, N. & Arnold, M.J.E. 1999. What future for the people of the tropical forests? World Development, 27(5).

Caspary, H-U. 1999. When the monkey `goes butcher' : hunting, trading and consumption of bushmeat in the region of the Taï National Park. Southwest Côte d'Ivoire. In M. Ros-Tonen (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, the Tropenbos Foundation, p.123-130.

Chang, Y.K., Silva, M. R., Gutkoski, L.C., Sebio, L., Da Silva, M.A.A.P. 1998. Development of extruded snacks using jatobá (Hymenaea stigonocarpa) flour and cassava starch blends. Journal of Science of Food and Agriculture, 78(1): 59-66.

Chuen, W.W., Derek Eaton & Dan Y. M. 1998. Estimation of petai consumption in the Klang Valley in Peninsular Malaysia. In S.S. Lee, Y.M. Dan, I. Gauld & J. Bishop. Conservation, management and development of forest resources. Proceedings of the Malaysia-United Kingdom Programme Workshop 21-24 October 1996. Forest Research Institute Malaysia, p.212-226.

Coomes, O. T. 1999. Tropical forests and shifting cultivation: secondary forest fallow dynamics among traditional farmers of the Peruvian amazon. Ecological Economics, 32(1): 109-124.

Da Silveira, R. & Thorbjarnarson, J.B. 1999. Conservation implications of commercial hunting of black and spectacled caiman in the Mamiraua Sustainable Development Reserve, Brazil. Biological conservation, 88(1): 103

Dantas de Araujo, F., Prendergast, H. & Mayo, S. (eds) 1999. Plantas do Nordeste. Anais do I Workshop Geral.
It includes papers on the floristics of the upland brejo regions of NE Brazil, the xeropthytic caatinga and carrasco communities, forage and medicinal plants, and the Living Pharmacy Project.
For copies, please contact: Dr. Hew Prendergast, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AE, UK.
Fax: + 44 181 332 5278

de Beer, J. 1999. Applied NTFP research for local forest resource management. In Ros-Tonen, M. (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. The Tropenbos Foundation, Wageningen, the Netherlands, p.167-168.

de Jong, W. 1999. Taking non-timber forest products out of the forest: management, production and biodiversity conservation. In M. Ros-Tonen (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, the Tropenbos Foundation, p.145-158.

de Jong, W., Melnyk, M., Lozano, L.A., Rosales M., & García, M. 1999. Uña de gato: fate and future of a Peruvian forest resource. CIFOR Occasional Paper N. 22. 15 pp.
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de Jong, W. & Utama, R. 1998. Turning ideas into action: planning for non-timber forest products development and conservation. In E. Wollenberg &,A. Ingles (eds). Incomes from the forest: methods for the development and conservation of forest products for local communities. Bogor, CIFOR, p.43-55

Defo, L. 1999. Des lianes très solicitées: les rotangs dans la proche campagne de Yaoundé. APFT news N. 7. Avenir des Peuples des Forêts Tropicales, Bruxelles, p. 9-12.

For copies, please contact: Theodore Trefon, APFT, Université Libre de Bruxelles, 44 Av, Jeanne - CP 124, 1050 Bruxelles, Belgique. Fax: +32-2-650 37 98. E-mail: ttrefon@ulb.ac.be

Dijk, J.F.W. van. 1999. Non-Timber Forest Products in the Bipindi-Akom II Region, Cameroon. A socio-economic and ecological assessment. Kribi, Cameroon, the Tropenbos-Cameroon programme, p.97.

Dijk, van, H. & Wiersum, F. 1999. NTFP resource management as an option for multiple-use forest management in South Cameroon. In M. Ros-Tonen (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, the Tropenbos Foundation, p.115-122.

Dijkman, W., Boot, R.G.A. & Zuidema, P.A. 1999. Dynamics and sustainability of non-timber forest products extraction. In M. Ros-Tonen (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, the Tropenbos Foundation, p.169-174.

Dijkman, W., Stoian, D., Henkesmans, A.B., Assies, W. & Boot, R.G.A.. 1998. Temporal and spatial dynamics in the extraction of non-timber forest products in the Northern Bolivia Amazon. In E. Wollenberg & A. Ingles (eds). Incomes from the forest: methods for the development and conservation of forest products for local communities. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR.

Duivenvoorden, J.F., Baslev, H., Cavalier, J., Grández, C., Toumisto, H. & Valencia R. 1999. Non-timber forest plant resource assessment in NW Amazonia. In M Ros-Tonen (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, the Tropenbos Foundation, p.81-94.

Dürbeck, K. 1999. Green trade organizations: striving for fair benefits from trade in non-wood forest products. Unasylva, 50(198): 9-11.

Ehlers, D., Kirchhoff, J. & Quirin, K.W. 1998. High-performance liquid chromatography analysis of nutmeg and mace oils produced by supercritical CO2 extraction - comparison with steam-distilled oils - comparison of East Indian, West Indian and Paupaun oils. International journal of food science and technology, 33(3).

FAO. 1999. Urban and peri-urban forestry: case studies in developing countries. 1999. Rome. 194 pp.
For copies, please contact: Michelle Gauthier, Forest Resources Division, Forestry Department, FAO.
Fax: +39-06-57055137
E-mail: michelle.gauthier@fao.org

FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. 1999. Bamboo Research and Development. Project findings and recommendations. Terminal Report (FO:DP/PHI/85/008). Bangkok, United Nations Development Programme and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

For copies, please contact: FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, 39 Phra Atit Road, Bangkok 10200, Thailand. Fax: +66-2-2800445

Font, X., & Tribe, J. (eds).2000. Forest tourism and recreation: case studies in environmental management. Wallingford, United Kingdom, CAB International. 304 pp.

Forte, J. 1999. Emerging local and global discourses on NTFP use and study: a view from Guyana. In M. Ros-Tonen (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, the Tropenbos Foundation, p.33-42.

NON-WOOD FOREST PRODUCTS OF CENTRAL AFRICA: CURRENT RESEARCH ISSUES AND PROSPECTS FOR CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

This publication has been prepared by the Wood and Non-Wood Products Utilization Branch of the Forest Products Division, in close collaboration with CARPE and USAID, and funded by the USDA-Forest Service (Office International Programs). It is available electronically on the NWFP home page and will soon also be available in French.
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Galetti, M., Fernandez, J.C. 1998. Palm heart harvesting in the Brazilian Atlantic forest: changes in industry and structure and the illegal trade. Journal of Applied Ecology, 35(2): 294-301

Gillingham,S.& Lee, Phyllis C. 1999. The impact of wildlife-related benefits on the conservation attitudes of local people around the Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania. Environmental conservation, 26(3): 218.

Gould, K., Howard A.F. & Rodriguéz G. 1998. Sustainable production of non-timber forest products: Natural dye extraction from El Cruce Dos Aguadas, Peten, Guatemala. Forest Ecology and Management, 11: 69-82.

Hammett, A.L. 1999. Special forest products: identifying opportunities for sustainable forest-based development (part 1). Virginia Forest Landowner Update, 13(1).

Hammett, A.L. 1999. Special forest products: identifying opportunities for sustainable forest-based development (part 2). Virginia Forest Landowner Update, 13(2).

Hegedus, A. & Szentesi, Z. 1999. Economic Importance of Non-Wood Forest Products in Hungary. Study-report. University of Sopron, Hungary, Department of Forestry Policy and Economics.

Heinen, J.T. & Mehta, J.N. 1999. Conceptual and legal issues in the designation and management of conservation areas in Nepal. Environmental Conservation, 26(1): 21.

Hmamouchi, M. 1999. Les plantes médicinales et aromatiques marocaines. 450 pp.

Contact: BP 6388 Rabat-Instituts. Rabat. Maroc. Fax: +212-76 02 591. E-mail: Hmamouchim@hotmail.com

Hutchings, A., Scott, A.H., Lewis, G. & Cunningham, A.B. 1996. Zulu medicinal plants: an inventory. P.B. X01, Scottsville, 3209, South Africa, University of Natal Press.
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Inamdar, A., Brown, D. & Cobb, S. 1999. What's special about wildlife management in forests? Concepts and models of rights-based management with recent evidence from West-Central Africa. ODI Natural Resource Perspectives, No. 44, June 1999.

Ingles, A. W., Musch, A. & Qwist-Hoffmann, H. 1999. The participatory process for supporting collaborative management of natural resources: an overview. Forests, Trees and People Programme. Rome, FAO.

Kaimowitz, D. y Bojanic, A. 1998. Riberalta: extractivistas bajo una elite tradicional. En: Pacheco, P. y Kaimowitz, D. (eds). 1998. Municipios y gestion forestal en el tropico boliviano. Serie Bosques y Sociedad, Nº 3. La Paz, Bolivia, Centre for International Forestry Research, Centro de Estudio para el Desarrollo Laboral y Agrario, Taller de Iniciativas en Estudios Rurales y Reforma Agraria, Sustainable Forest Management Project, págs. 137-178.

Kanta, K., Dan, Y.M. & Tuan Marina. 1998. Economic significance of medicinal plants in Peninsular Malaysia. Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia. 87 pp.

Kate, K. & Laird, S. A. 1999. The commercial use of biodiversity: access to genetic resources and benefit-sharing. London, Earthscan Publications Ltd.

Katz, E. 1998. L'exploitation du benjoin dans les hautes terres Batak: situation actuelle. In C. Guillaut (ed.). Histoire de barus: le site de Lobu Tua. Etudes et documents, I, Cahier d'Archipel no. 30. Paris, Association Archipel, p.243-264.

Keong, G.B. & Weinland, G. 1998. Multiple-use forest management and non-timber forest produce. In S. S. Lee, Y. M. Dan, I. Gauld, & J. Bishop. Conservation, management and development of forest resources. Proceedings of the Malaysia-United Kingdom Programme Workshop 21-24 October 1996. Forest Research Institute of Malaysia, p.178-194.

Kiyulu N'Yanga-Nzo. 1999. Menaces sur les forêts sacrées autour de Kinshasa. APFT news N. 7. Avenir des Peuples des Forêts Tropicales. Bruxelles, p.16-18.

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Kumar, A. & Sastry, C.B. 1999. The International Network for Bamboo and Rattan. Unasylva, 50(198): 48-53.

Kumari, K., Dan, Y.M., Ibrahim, T.M.T & Shafie, I. 1998. Economic significance of medicinal plants in Peninsular Malaysia. In S.S. Lee, Y.M. Dan, I. Gauld, & J. Bishop. Conservation, management and development of forest resources. Proceedings of the Malaysia-United Kingdom Programme Workshop, 21-24 October 1996. Forest Research Institute of Malaysia, p.227-278.

Leakey, R.B. 1999. Agroforestry for biodiversity in farming systems. In W.W. Collins & C.O. Qualset (eds) 1999. Biodiversity in Agroecosystems. Florida, CRC Press, Boca Raton.

Li, W.& Wang, H. Wildlife trade in Yunnan Province, China, at the border with Vietnam. TRAFFIC Bulletin, 18(1): 21-30.

Liese, W. 1998. The anatomy of bamboo culms. Technical report 18. Beijing, INBAR,
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Mayers, J. & Bass, S. 1999. Policy that works for forests and people. Series Overview. London, IIED.

Mills, J., Robbins, C.S. & Lee, S.K.H. 1999. Conservation Measures and International Trade Controls for Wild and Cultivated Ginseng. Paper presented to the International Ginseng Conference '99, Hong Kong 9-11 July 1999.
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Nadeem M., Palni, L.M.S., Purohit A.N., Pandey, H. & Nandi, S.K. 1999. Propagation and conservation of Podophyllum hexandrum Royle: an important medicinal herb. Biological Conservation, 92(1): 121-129.

Ng, L.T. & Mohd, A.M.I. 1997. Trade in medicinal and aromatic plants in Malaysia (1986-1996). FRIM Reports. Forest Research Institute of Malaysia.

Niskanen, A. & Demidova, N. (eds) 1999. Research approaches to support non-wood forest products sector development: case of Arkhangelsk region, Russia. EFI Proceedings 29. 130 pp.
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Nickerson, D.J. 1999. Trade-offs of mangrove area development in the Philippines. Ecological Economics, 28 (2): 279.

Olmos, S. 1999. Non-wood forest products: utilization and income generation in the Czech Republic, Finland and Lithuania. Unasylva, 50(198): 27-33

Overman, H. & Demmer, J. 1999. The effects of wealth on the use of forest resources: the case of the Tawahka Amerindians, Honduras. In M. Ros-Tonen (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, the Tropenbos Foundation, p.107-114.

Pareek, O.P., Suneel Sharma, Arora, R.K. 1999. Underutilized edible fruits and nuts: an inventory of genetic resources in their regions of diversity. New Delhi IPGRI.
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Pierce, A.R. 1999. The challenges of NTFP certification. Journal of Forestry 97(2):34-37. USA, Society of American Foresters.

Pilz, D., Smith, J., Amaranthus M.P., Alexander, S., Molina, R. & Luoma, D. 1999. Mushrooms and timber: managing commercial harvesting in the Oregon Cascades. Journal of Forestry, 97(3): 4-11.
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Pineda, P. Marmillod, D. y Ferreira, P. 1998. Diseño y aplicación de un inventario forestal diversificado (productos maderables y no maderables) en Petén, Guatemala. En: BOLFOR, CIFOR, IUFRO. 1998. Memorias del Simposio internacional sobre posibilidad de manejo forestal sostenible en América Tropical. Santa Cruz, Bolivia, Proyecto de Manejo Forestal Sostenible, págs. 264-269.

Prasad, R. 1999. Joint forest management in India and the impact of state control over non-wood forest products. Unasylva, 50(198): 58-62.

Prasad, R. das, S. & Sinha, S. 1999. Value addition options for NTFP at primary collector's level. The International Forestry Review, 1(1): 17-21.

Prebble, C., Ella, A. & Subansenee, W. 1999. ITTO: making the most of NWFP. Tropical Forest Update, 9(1): 4-8.

Puri,S., Williams, A.J. (eds) 1999. Health Care and Development of Medicinal Plants. Proceedings, National Conference on Health Care and Development of Herbal Medicines, August 29-30, 1997. 1st ed. Raipur, India, Indira Gandhi Agricultural University. 472 pp.

Putz, F.E. 1999. Economics of home grown forestry. Ecological Economics, 32(1): 9-14.

Radomiljac, A.M., Ananthapadmanabho, H.S., Welbourn, R.M. & Satyanarayana Rao, K. 1998. Sandal and its products. Canberra, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research.

Rahma Saleh, A.H. & N'Zala, D. 1999. Stratégies pour une gestion durable des ressources gommières au Tchad. Le Flamboyant, 51: 8-10.

Ricker, M. 1999. Enriching the rainforest with native fruit trees: an ecological and economic analysis in Los Tuxtlas (Veracruz, Mexico). Ecological Economics, 31(3): 439-448.

Rikhari, H.C., Palni, L.M.S. & Nandi, S.K. 1998. Himalayan yew: stand structure, canopy damage, regeneration and conservation strategy. Environmental Conservation, 25(4): 334

Rodriguez, C. A. & van der Hammen. M.C. 1999. Non-timber forest products and indigenous management of the forest in the Middle Caquetá river: complementarity and new options. In M. Ros-Tonen (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, the Tropenbos Foundation, p.63-80.

Ros-Tonen, M. (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, The Tropenbos Foundation. 203 pp.

Ruiz Pérez, M. & Byron, N. 1999. A Methodology to Analyse Divergent Case Studies of Non-Timber Forest Products and their Development Potential. Forest Science, 45(1): 1-14

Ruiz-Perez, M., Ndoye, O. and Eyebe, A. 1999. Marketing of non-wood forest products in the humid forest zone of Cameroon. Unasylva, 50(198): 12-19

Salick J., Biun A., Martin G., Apin L.& Beaman R. 1999. Whence useful plants? A direct relationship among the Dusun of Mt. Kinabalu.
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Saastamoinen, O. 1999. Forest policies, access rights and non-wood forest products in northern Europe. Unasylva, 50(198): 20-26

Sandison, M., Muñoz, M., de Konig, J. & Sajeva, M. 1999. CITES: A user's guide.

This guide covers the aims, mechanisms, organization and enforcement of CITES and main plant groups subject to controls. It is available in English, French and Spanish.
Contact: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AE, UK.
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Sierra, R. 1999. Traditional resource-use system and tropical deforestation in a multi-ethnic region in North-west Ecuador. Environmental Conservation, 26(2): 136.

Smith, P.M. 1999. A review of studies on consumer attitudes towards forest products marketed with environmental, social and/or sustainability attributes. Rome, FAO.
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Sodeinde, O.A. & Soewu, D.A. 1999. Pilot study of the traditional medicine trade in Nigeria. Traffic Bulletin, 18(1): 35-40.
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Tabuna, H. 1999. Le marché des produits forestiers non-ligneux de l'Afrique Centrale en France et en Belgique: produits, acteurs, circuits de distribution et débouchés actuels. CIFOR Occasional paper 19.
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Taylor, D. 1999. Requisites for thriving rural non-wood forest products enterprises. Unasylva, 50(198): 3-8.

Tchatat, M. 1999. Produits forerstiers autres que le bois d'oeuvre (PFAB): place dans l'aménagement durable des forêts denses humides d'Afrique Centrale. Projet FORAFRI. CIRAD, CIFOR, CARPE, IRAD. Yaoundé, Cameroun.

Tewari, D.D. 1999. Income and employment generation opportunities and potential of non-timber forest products (NTFPs): a case study of Gujarat, India. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, 8(2): 55-76.

Tewari, D.D. 1999 Economics and management of non-timber forest products. A case study from Gujarat, India. New Delhi, Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Pvt.Ltd. 164 pp.

The book is available from 66, Janpath, Oxford and IBH, New Delhi, India.

Tribe, J, Font, X., Griffiths, N., Vickery, R. & Yale, K. 2000. Environmental management of rural tourism and recreation. London, Cassell. 160 pp.

Valkenburg van, J. 1999. The potential for commercial NTFP extraction in East Kalimantan. In M. Ros-Tonen (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, the Tropenbos Foundation, p.31-144.

NTFP RESEARCH IN THE TROPENBOS PROGRAMME: RESEARCH AND PERSPECTIVES
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This publication has been prepared by the Tropenbos Foundation, with support from the Wood and Non-Wood Products Utilization Branch of FAO's Forest Products Division.

Van Andel, T. & Reinders, M. 1999. Non-timber forest products in Guyana Northwest district: potential and pitfalls. In M. Ros-Tonen (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, the Tropenbos Foundation, p.47-62.

Van Damme, P. & Scheldeman, X. 1999. Promoting cultivation of cherimoya in Latin America. Unasylva, 50(198): 43-47.

Vandeergeest, P. 1999. Reply: Protected areas and property rights in Thailand. Environmental Conservation, 26(1): 7.

Varela, M.C. 1999. Cork and cork oak system. Unasylva, 50(197): 42-44.

Velasquez Runk, J. 1999. Not just timber. Tropical Forest Update, 9(1): 10-11.

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Wieren, van, S. 1999. Towards the sustainable use of wildlife in tropical forests. In M. Ros-Tonen (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, the Tropenbos Foundation, p.175-178.

Wiersum, F. 1999. Understanding diversity in NTFP management: a neglected issue in NTFP research. In M. Ros-Tonen (ed). 1999. Seminar proceedings: NTFP research in the Tropenbos Programme: results and perspectives, 28 January 1999. Wageningen, the Netherlands, the Tropenbos Foundation, p.161-167.

Wilkie, D. & Carpenter, J.F. 1999. Bushmeat hunting in the Congo Basin: an assessment of impacts and options for mitigation. Biodiversity and Conservation, 8(7): 927-955.

PRODUCTOS FORESTALES NO MADEREROS EN CHILE.
1998. Serie Forestal N° 10, RLC/FAO.

Los «productos forestales no madereros» (PFNM), cumplen un papel crucial en la vida diaria y en el bienestar de las comunidades locales, como una fuente de importantes insumos, tales corno alimentos, forraje, fertilizante, energía, fibra, medicinas, aceite, resina, goma y material de construcción, entre muchos otros. Constituyen también materia prima para innumerables industrias que procesan o producen, por ejemplo, muebles, aceites y artesanías. Favorecen así oportunidades de empleo y generan ingresos para las comunidades. También contribuyen a la conservación de la biodiversidad y a otros objetivos ambientales.

El presente documento, que ha sido preparado con los valiosos aportes de varios autores, bajo la coordinación de la Corporación de Investigaciones Tecnológicas (INTEC-CHILE), y reúne información sobre aspectos relevantes de los PFNM en Chile, que tienen un gran potencial de desarrollo en el país.

Para más información, dirigirse a:
Sr. T. Frisk, Oficial forestal superior

Oficina Regional para América Latina y el Caribe

Casilla 10095, Santiago, Chile.
Fax: +56-2-3372101/2/3
correo electrónico: Torsten.Frisk@field.fao.org

 

Wills, R.M, and Lipsey, R.G. 1999. An economic strategy to develop non-timber forest products and services in British Columbia. Forest Renewal BC Project No. PA97538-ORE. 115 pp. The document can be downloaded from http://fbminet.ca/bc

Wollenberg, E. and Ingles, A. 1998 . Incomes from the forest. Methods for the development and conservation of forest products and local communities. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR.
CIFOR, P.O. Box 6596 JKPWB, Jakarta 10065, Indonesia. Fax: +62 (251) 622 100
E-mail: cifor@cgiar.org
http://cgiar.org/cifor

Woon, W.C. and Poh, L.Y. 1998. The economic value of Parkia speciosa (petai) in Peninsular Malaysia. Forestry Department, Peninsular Malaysia and Forest Research Institute, Malaysia. 78 pp.

Wunder, S. 1999. Promoting forest conservation through ecotourism income? A case study from the Ecuadorian Amazon region. CIFOR Occasional Paper 21.
CIFOR, P.O. Box 6596 JKPWB, Jakarta 10065, Indonesia. Fax: +62 (251) 622 100
E-mail: cifor@cgiar.org
http://cgiar.org/cifor

 

 


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