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Poverty and commercialization of non-timber forest products
(Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, División de Economía, 2010)
The collection of non-timber forest products by rural women in southern Chile: reshaping the tension between local and global
(Universidad de Santiago de Chile, 2017)
The collection of non-timber forest products (NTFP) is an ancient activity, whereby rural communities obtain resources for different uses, mainly food and medicines. One of the main NTFP collected is wild mushrooms. Today ...
Economic evaluation of timber and non-timber forest products of in Yucatan State, Mexico: A case study of Cordia dodecandra (Ciricote) tree
(Universidad de Talca (Chile). Facultad de Ciencias AgrariasGeorg-August-University of Göttingen (Germany). Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, 2010)
Crabwood oil traditional extraction in Amazon Estuary floodplain forest.
(In: INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON BIODIVERSITY OF THE GUIANA SHIELD, 3., 2013, Paramaribo. Abstract Book... Paramaribo: Univesity of Suriname, 2013. p. 75., 2014)
Impacts of Trade in Non-timber Forest Products on Cooperation among Caboclo Households of the Brazilian Amazon
(SPRINGER/PLENUM PUBLISHERSNEW YORK, 2012)
Trade in non-timber forest products (NTFPs) has been touted as promoting forest conservation and enhancing the well-being of local residents through increased cash income, which is considered a positive outcome. However, ...
Forest genetic resources in the Amazon tropical forests: legal forestry framework, divergences of use and considerations for conservation.
(In: IUFRO WORLD CONGRESS, 24., 2014, Salt Lake. Sustaining forests, sustaining people: the role of research. Abstracts... Salt Lake: IUFRO, 2014. (International Forestry Review, v. 16, n. 5)., 2014)
Sustainable harvest of mangaba (Hancornia speciosa) fruits in Northern Minas Gerais, Brazil.
(Economic Botany, v. 67, N. 3, p. 234-243, 2013., 2017)
The contribution of multiple use forest management to small farmers' annual incomes in the Eastern Amazon
(Mdpi Ag, 2014-07-01)
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 ...