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Socio-Economic And Ecological Implications Of Local People’s Use Of Bwindi Forest In South Western Uganda
(Mbarara University of Science and Technology, 2013-01)
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (hereafter called Bwindi) is an Afromontane forest that has probably existed since the Pleistocene and Holocene times. The forest was first used by Batwa for ...
Taking the pulse of Earth’s tropical forests using networks of highly distributed plots
(Biological Conservation, 2020)
Tropical forests are the most diverse and productive ecosystems on Earth. While better understanding of these forests is critical for our collective future, until quite recently efforts to measure and monitor them have ...