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Company–Community Logging Contracts in Amazonian Settlements: Impacts on Livelihoods and NTFP Harvests Ecology and Society
Menton, Mary C. S.; University of Oxford, Department of Plant Sciences; mcsmenton@gmail.com; Merry, Frank D; Woods Hole Research Center; fmerry@whrc.org; Lawrence, Anna; Social and Economic Research Group, UK Forestry Commission; anna.lawrence@forestry.gsi.gov.uk; Brown, Nick; University of Oxford, Department of Plant Sciences; nick.brown@plants.ox.ac.uk.
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Amazonian frontier; Non-timber forest products; Rural livelihoods; Sustainable forest management.
Ano: 2009
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¿El uso de plantas medicinales silvestres contribuye a la conservación de bosques? El caso de Santiago Camotlán, Oaxaca. Colegio de Postgraduados
Pérez Nicolás, Mónica Laura.
La comunidad de Santiago Camotlán, principalmente zapoteca, se ubica en la Sierra Norte de Oaxaca; cuenta con vegetación con poco disturbio (bosque mesófilo, selva mediana subperennifolia y selva alta perennifolia) y una tradición viva de usar plantas medicinales. La meta principal del trabajo fue investigar si el uso de plantas medicinales podía ser un motivo parcial para la conservación de bosques. Para contestar la pregunta, se requiere: 1. La clasificación del territorio, 2. Un inventario y una evaluación de la importancia relativa de las especies medicinales y 3. El análisis de la relación entre vegetación, especies medicinales y conservación. En esta tesis se describen la distribución de las plantas medicinales, los patrones de uso y conocimiento de...
Palavras-chave: Productos forestales no maderables; Recolecta de plantas silvestres; Gestión de bosques; Transmisión del conocimiento tradicional; Unidades ambientales; Solares; Non-timber forest products; Wild plant collection; Forest management; Transmission of traditional knowledge; Environmental units; Home gardens; Botánica; Maestría.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10521/2394
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Learning from Traditional Knowledge of Non-timber Forest Products: Penan Benalui and the Autecology of Aquilaria in Indonesian Borneo Ecology and Society
Donovan, D. G.; ;; Puri, R. K.; University of Kent; R.K.Puri@kent.ac.uk.
Traditional knowledge, promoted to make conservation and development more relevant and socially acceptable, is shown to have an important role in identifying critical research needs in tropical ecology. Botanists, foresters, and phytochemists, among others, from many countries have sought for decades to understand the process of resin formation in the genus Aquilaria, a tropical forest tree of South and Southeast Asia. Not every tree develops the resin and, despite extensive scientific research, this process remains poorly understood. Attempts at cultivating the valuable aromatic resin, gaharu, have been uneven at best. Thus, gaharu remains largely a natural forest product, increasingly under threat as the trees are overexploited and forest is cleared. In...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Aquilaria; Ethnobiology; Forestry; Gaharu; Kalimantan; Non-timber forest products; Penan; Sandalwood.
Ano: 2004
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Livelihood Dependence on Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) - A Study of Jenukuruba Tribes in South India AgEcon
Ravi, Pemmanda C.; Mahadevaiah, G.S.; Muthamma, M.D..
An understanding of the nature and extent of households' dependence on NTFPs can facilitate the policy decisions for development and welfare of tribals vis-a-vis conservation and management of forest wealth. The present study provides some insight regarding the forest dependence of Jenukurubas, a sect of primitive tribe, living in and around the protected forests of Heggada Devanakote region in South India. The analysis of socio-economic characteristics of households using Logit regression shows that wage employment, land ownership and income from agriculture lowered the probability that a household would go for NTFPs collection. Joint family system and large family size would increase the probability of collection of NTFPs by tribal households. The study...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Non-timber forest products; Jenukuruba tribe; Livelihood dependence; Logit model; South India; Labor and Human Capital.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/25652
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Non-Timber Forest Products and Rural Poverty Alleviation in Zambia AgEcon
Mulenga, Brian P.; Richardson, Robert B.; Tembo, Gelson.
Forests support rural livelihoods and food security in many developing countries by providing critical sources of food, medicine, shelter, building materials, fuels, and cash income. The increasing demand for forest products has enhanced rural livelihoods and enabled the expansion of domestic markets, particularly in urban areas where woodfuel and other forest resources are scarce. Therefore, non-timber forest products may offer sources of income and opportunities for poverty alleviation in both rural and urban areas. In Zambia, most rural households residing near forests extract a range of forest products for both direct consumption and trade (including food products and wood for cooking fuel and charcoal production), and forest products are among the top...
Tipo: Working Paper Palavras-chave: Food security; Resource economics; Non-timber forest products; Poverty; Zambia; Community/Rural/Urban Development; Environmental Economics and Policy; Food Security and Poverty; Resource /Energy Economics and Policy.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/123220
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Panel Data Evidence on the Determinants of Non-Timber Forest Products Extraction: The Case of Xate in Mexico AgEcon
Lopez-Feldman, Alejandro.
This paper examines the determinants behind households' decisions regarding non-timber forest products extraction. Data from Mexico is used to estimate a selection model. Results show that individuals with low levels of human capital are more likely to extract than other individuals; the same is true for individuals from poor households.
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Non-timber forest products; Natural resource extraction; Chamaedorea; Mexico; Resource /Energy Economics and Policy; Q21; Q56; D13.
Ano: 2005 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/19410
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Population structure and fruit availability of the babassu palm ( Attalea speciosa Mart. ex Spreng) in human-dominated landscapes of the Northeast Region of Brazil Acta Botanica
Campos,Juliana Loureiro Almeida; Albuquerque,Ulysses Paulino; Peroni,Nivaldo; Araújo,Elcida de Lima.
ABSTRACT We studied the population structure and fruit availability of the babassu palm, Attalea speciosa, in three human-dominated landscapes located near a rural community in the region of Araripe, in the Northeast Region of Brazil, that were under intense fruit harvest. Fifty 10 x 10 m plots were randomly established in each of the three landscapes, and all individuals of A. speciosa within the plots were classified as seedlings, juveniles or adults, with the height of all adult individuals being measured. An additional 20 individuals were marked in each landscape, and the number of total bunches, fruits per bunch and bunches per palm tree were recorded. The populations of A. speciosa in the three landscapes exhibited an inverted J-shape plot, but...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Extractivism; Harvest; Landscape management; Non-timber forest products; Population ecology.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0102-33062017000200267
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Regional Variation in Non-Timber Forest Product Harvest Strategies, Trade, and Ecological Impacts: the Case of Black Dammar (Canarium strictum Roxb.) Use and Conservation in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, India Ecology and Society
Varghese, Anita; Keystone Foundation; anita@keystone-foundation.org; Ticktin, Tamara; Department of Botany, University of Hawaii at Manoa; People and Plants International; ticktin@hawaii.edu.
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Canarium strictum; Conservation; India; Non-timber forest products; Resin; Western Ghats.
Ano: 2008
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Resource Theft in Tropical Forest Communities: Implications for Non-timber Management, Livelihoods, and Conservation Ecology and Society
Duchelle, Amy E.; University of Florida; Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR); a.duchelle@cgiar.org; Cronkleton, Peter; Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR); p.cronkleton@cgiar.org; Kainer, Karen A.; University of Florida; kkainer@ufl.edu; Gezan, Salvador; University of Florida; sgezan@ufl.edu.
Increased devolution of forest ownership and management rights to local control has the potential to promote both conservation and livelihood development in remote tropical regions. Such shifts in property rights, however, can generate conflicts, particularly when combined with rapidly increasing values of forest resources. We explored the phenomenon of Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa) theft in communities in Western Amazonia. Through interviews with 189 Brazil nut collectors in 12 communities in Bolivia and Brazil and participation in the 2006 and 2007 harvests, we quantified relative income derived from Brazil nuts, reported nut thefts, and nut collection and management practices. We found a much greater incidence of reported Brazil nut thefts in Pando,...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Amazon; Bertholletia excelsa; Brazil nut; Community forest management; Land tenure; Non-timber forest products; NTFPs.
Ano: 2011
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Sustainable harvest of mangaba (Hancornia speciosa) fruits in Northern Minas Gerais, Brazil. Repositório Alice
LIMA, I. L. P.; SCARIOT, A. O.; GIROLDO, A. B..
2013
Tipo: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE) Palavras-chave: Non-timber forest products; Matrix population model; Sustainable management; Savanna; Cerrado.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/handle/doc/974988
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The contribution of multiple use forest management to small farmers' Annual Incomes in the Eastern Amazon. Repositório Alice
SIST, P.; SABLAYROLLES, P.; BARTHELON, S.; SOUSA-OTA, L.; KIBLER, J.-F.; RUSCHEL, A.; SANTOS-MELO, M.; EZZINE-DE-BLAS, D..
Small-scale farmers in the Brazilian Amazon collectively hold tenure over more than 12 million ha of permanent forest reserves, as required by the Forest Code. The trade-off between forest conservation and other land uses entails opportunity costs for them and for the country, which have not been sufficiently studied. We assessed the potential income generated by multiple use forest management for farmers and compared it to the income potentially derived from six other agricultural land uses. Income from the forest was from (i) logging, carried out by a logging company in partnership with farmers? associations; and (ii) harvesting the seeds of Carapa guianensis (local name andiroba) for the production of oil. We then compared the income generated by...
Tipo: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE) Palavras-chave: Manejo florestal; Uso múltiplo; Manejo florestal comunitário; Produto florestal não-madeireiro; Amazônia; Multiple-use forest management; Community forestry; Non-timber forest products; Small farming; Agricultura familiar.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/handle/doc/989173
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The Role of Informal Protected Areas in Maintaining Biodiversity in the Western Ghats of India Ecology and Society
Bhagwat, Shonil A; Natural History Museum, London; S.Bhagwat@nhm.ac.uk; Kushalappa, Cheppudira G; University of Agricultural Sciences College of Forestry; kushalcg@sancharnet.in; Williams, Paul H; Natural History Museum, London; P.Williams@nhm.ac.uk; Brown, Nick D; University of Oxford; nick.brown@plants.ox.ac.uk.
Although it is widely believed that an important function of protected areas is to conserve species that are unable to survive elsewhere, there are very few empirical studies in which a comparison is made between biodiversity of protected areas and that of the cultivated landscape surrounding them. We examined the diversity of trees, birds, and macrofungi at 58 sites in three land-use types in a tree-covered landscape in Kodagu district in the Western Ghats of India. Ten forest reserve sites in the formal protected area, and 25 sacred groves and 23 coffee plantations in the neighboring cultivated landscape were sampled. A total of 215 tree, 86 bird, and 163 macrofungus species were recorded. The forest reserve had a large number of trees that were...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Biodiversity conservation; Endemic and threatened species; Medicinal plants; Non-timber forest products; Protected areas; Sacred groves; Western Ghats of India.
Ano: 2005
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