Selected literature

Dykstra, D. P., Heinrich, R. & Lorbach, J. (in press). Harvesting intensity and forest residues: a global analysis for tropical forests. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome. FAO Forestry Paper. 43 p.

FAO. 1974. Logging and log transport in tropical high forest. FAO, Forest Logging and Transport Branch, Rome. 90 p.

Geist H. J. & Lambin, E. F. 2001. What drives tropical deforestation? A meta-analysis of proximate and underlying causes of deforestation based on subnational case study evidence. LUCC Report Series, 4. LUCC International Project Office. University of Louvain, Belgium.

van der Hout, P. 1999. Reduced impact logging in the tropical rain forest of Guyana. Tropenbos Foundation, Netherlands. Tropenbos-Guyana Series 6. 335 p.Bull, G.Q., Pulkki, R., Killmann, W. & Schwab, O. 2001. Does it cost or does it pay? An investigation of the costs and benefits of reduced impact logging. Tropical Forest Update, Volume 11, No. 2 (2001/2).
Long, A. J. 2001. Environmentally sound forest harvesting. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. 11 p.

FAO 2004 Reduced impact logging in tropical forests: literature synthesis, analysis and prototype statistical framework. FAO Forest Products Division, Forest Harvesting and Engineering Working Paper 1. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome. 283 p.

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