VOL. 21 · NO. 1 | March 2019

K. Aganyira, R. Kabumbuli, V.B. Muwanika, D. Nampanzira, J.R.S. Tabuti, D. Sheil
International Forestry Review 21 (1), 1-10, (15 March 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819825863744
KEYWORDS: payment for environmental services, carbon sequestration, community participation, project planning, REDD+, Uganda
R.R. Alves, E. Fraj-Andrés, A. Rojo-Alboreca, C.R. Gracioli
International Forestry Review 21 (1), 11-22, (15 March 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819825863726
KEYWORDS: sustainable forest management, environmental strategy, multi-criteria analysis, FSC, PEFC
O.J. Arabomen, P.W. Chirwa, F.D. Babalola
International Forestry Review 21 (1), 23-36, (15 March 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819825863717
KEYWORDS: contingent valuation method, payment card, perception, residents, monetary valuation
S. Baral, H. Meilby, B.B.Khanal Chhetri
International Forestry Review 21 (1), 37-50, (15 March 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819825863799
KEYWORDS: inventory, silvicultural operation, forest cover, conservation culture, bureaucracy
D.A. Buratto, R. Timofeiczyk Junior, J.C.G.L. Silva, J.R. Frega, M.S.S.A. Wiecheteck, C.A. Silva
International Forestry Review 21 (1), 51-61, (15 March 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819825863735
KEYWORDS: wood products, forecast, Forecasting models, time series, econometrics
E.L. Chia, D. Hubert, S. Carudenuto, O. Sene
International Forestry Review 21 (1), 62-72, (15 March 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819825863762
KEYWORDS: climate change, mitigation, forestry, land use, REDD+ policy process, Cameroon
E. Lombardo, F.G. Maetzke
International Forestry Review 21 (1), 73-91, (15 March 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819825863780
KEYWORDS: PEFC certification, forest management, standard, sustainability, Sicily Region
M. Synek, M. Hrib
International Forestry Review 21 (1), 92-107, (15 March 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819825863771
KEYWORDS: forest category, forest management plans and guidelines, forestry dynamic model, growing stock, national forest inventory
E.J.T. Van Gils, V.J. Ingram, D. Midoko Iponga, K. Abernethy
International Forestry Review 21 (1), 108-127, (15 March 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819825863753
KEYWORDS: alternative livelihood strategies, forest resources, bushmeat trade, sustainable livelihoods, rural communities
John Spears
International Forestry Review 21 (1), 128-129, (15 March 2019) https://doi.org/10.1505/146554819825863807
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