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Natural drying treatments during seasonal storage of wood for bioenergy in different European locations
Research into the methods of producing high quality wood chips for a rapidly growing energy sector is becoming increasingly important. For example, small wood chip heating plants require high qualityExpand
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Predicting Future Conflict under REDD+ Implementation
With the current complexity of issues facing forest and land management, the implementation of the REDD+ initiative comes with significant risks, including conflict. While the exact nature and shapeExpand
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Community Forestry for Livelihoods: Benefiting from Myanmar’s Mangroves
It is well known that in many rural communities in the developing world, forests, particularly those under community management, are important for people’s livelihoods. However, studies on theExpand
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Concept of Livelihood in the FLEGT Voluntary Partnership Agreement and the Expected Impacts on the Livelihood of Forest Communities in Ghana
SUMMARY: Strengthening of forest law enforcement is likely to impact the livelihood of forest communities. The paper discusses the concept of livelihoods in the context of the Forest LawExpand
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A quantitative review of the representation of forest conflicts across the world: Resource periphery and emerging patterns☆
The ubiquitous nature of forest conflicts lends themselves to quantitative analysis on a global level which could help facilitate the further development of conflict management tools. The aim of thisExpand
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Ethical analysis: A structured approach to facilitate the resolution of forest conflicts
Abstract The complexity of natural resource conflicts is often due to the original issues becoming hidden amongst the differing perceptions of the situation. These perceptions are based on theExpand
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Market-Relevant Competencies for Professional Foresters in European Graduate Education
SUMMARY In the context of the changing needs of the professional forester market and the reforms in European higher education, this study examined the possible shortcomings in forestry universityExpand
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Practices and perceptions on the development of forest bioenergy in China from participants in national forestry training courses
This study examines forest bioenergy related knowledge, perceptions, attitudes, and behavior amongst participants of national forestry training course in China. The participants are forestryExpand
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Identifying location and causality of fire ignition hotspots in a Mediterranean region
Fireignitionstendtobespatiallyaggregateddependingontheircausality.Inhighlypopulatedregions,suchas the northern Mediterranean basin, human activities are the main cause of ignitions. The ability toExpand
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Determining forest conflict hotspots according to academic and environmental groups
Conflicts regarding natural resource management are ubiquitous. The present paper aims to present ways to analyse the location of forest conflicts, based on systematic screening and location ofExpand
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