TES Volume 6, Number 1, 2007

Special edition: The Importance of Local Knowledge and Interdisciplinary Research
Table of contents:
1. The Importance of Local Knowledge and Interdisciplinary Research
Iben Nathan, Søren Lund and Ida Theilade
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2. Ethnobotanical Knowledge: Implications for Participatory Forest Management
Ida Theilade, Hanne H. Hansen and Mogens Krog
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3. Use of Non Wood Forest Products by Local People Bordering the “Parc National Kaboré Tambi”, Burkina Faso
Bassirou Belem; Blandine Marie Ivette Nacoulma; Roland Gbangou; Sié Kambou; Hanne Helene Hansen; Quentin Gausset; Søren Lund; Anders Raebild; Djingdia Lompo; Moussa Ouedraogo, Ida Theilade and Issaka Joseph Boussim
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4. Why Combine Private and Communal Tree Management? A Case-study Based in Majawanga (Gairo, Tanzania)
Quentin Gausset,Jens Friis Lund, Ida Theilade, Iben Nathan, Hanne Hansen, Ancelm Godfrey Mugasha, Yonika Ngaga, Susanne Koch Andersen, Sofie Tind Nielsen
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5. On the Promises of Devolution: Overcoming the Constraints of Natural Resource Management in a Village in TanzaniaI
ben Nathan, Jens Friis Lund, Quentin Gausset and Susanne Koch Andersen
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