Forest Health, Collective Behaviors, and Management

@article{Kijtewachakul2004ForestHC,
  title={Forest Health, Collective Behaviors, and Management},
  author={Nitaya Kijtewachakul and G. Shivakoti and E. Webb},
  journal={Environmental Management},
  year={2004},
  volume={33},
  pages={620-636}
}
This study compares community-based managed forests under different purposes of management, namely, state-driven “conservation” or community-designed utilization in two villages located in the Sopsai watershed, Nan Province, northern Thailand. The forest health under different intensity of uses is assessed in association with the collective behaviors and long-term purposes embedded in village social–cultural context. The study found no significant differences in forest succession and proportion… Expand
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