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Activities >Transition to Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation
 

Forest Transitions Project Workshop

23-28 February 2013, Kuningan, Jawa Barat, Indonesia

 
 
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1
Comparitive Analysis of Transition to Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation
  Sim Heok Choh

2
Project Briefing
  Liu Jinlong

3
Forest Transitions Study in China
  Long Hexin

4

Transitions to Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation in Asia Pacific Region- India

  P.P. Bhojavid

5
Progress Reports - Indonesia
  Ellyn K. Damayanti

6
Country Reports- Indonesia
  Ellyn K. Damayanti

7

Progress of Case Study: Land Cover Changes in Kuningan District

  Lilik Budi Prasetyo

8

Underlying Causes of Forest Transition in Javas Socio-economic case from Kuningan

  Ellyn K. Damayanti

9
Update Information on the progress o Japan's Study
  Satoshi Tachibana


10
Country Report and Case Study of the Republic of Korea
  Mi Sun Park

11
Progress Report - Transition to Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation in the Philippines
  Leni D. Camacho

12
Progress Report - Malaysia
  Wan Razali W.M. & Mohd Shahwahid O.

13
Research Methodology for Transition Study
  Liu Jinlong


14
Laos Case Study: Forest Plantation Development and Investment in Champasack Province, Southern Part of Laos
  Phonxiong Wanneng

15
Transition to Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation- How to analyse Our Data
  Wil de Jong

16
Theory and Models of Forest Transition
  Youn Yeo-Chang

17
Quantitative Models for Identifying Kew Variables of Forest Transition
  Youn Yeo-Chang

18
Balance Activities to be Completed
  Sim Heok Choh
       


 

 

 

 

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