eBook Non-Timber Tree Products: a Partial Inventory of Products Available in the Mount Cameroon Area (NRI Socio-economic Series) download
by V. Papadopoulos
Author: V. Papadopoulos
Publisher: Natural Resources Institute (January 1, 1997)
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The study area Villages Selected for Socio-economic Survey. A : West Coast Cluster.
Mount Cameroon lies on the coast, in the Gulf of Guinea. between 3°57' - 4°27' N and 8°58'-9°24'E. Villages Selected for Socio-economic Survey. Recent legislation in Cameroon now means that forest-based communities can, with technical support from the State, manage and legally take control of their own forest resources. However, the development of pilot community forest area has been hindered by a lack of field-based efforts to implement appropriate methodologies for the development of suitable management plans that allow for community-based management of forest resources.
Are you sure you want to remove Non-timber tree products from your list? Non-timber tree products. NRI Socio-economic Series - n. 1. Published 1997 by Natural Resources Institute in Chatham Maritime.
Non-timber forest products (NTFPs), also known as non-wood forest products (NWFPs), minor forest produce, special, minor, alternative and secondary forest products, are useful substances.
Non-timber forest products (NTFPs), also known as non-wood forest products (NWFPs), minor forest produce, special, minor, alternative and secondary forest products, are useful substances, materials and/or commodities obtained from forests which do not require harvesting (logging) trees. They include game animals, fur-bearers, nuts, seeds, berries, mushrooms, oils, foliage, pollarding, medicinal plants, peat, mast, fuelwood, fish, spices, and forage.
Product demand & supply. a Mount Cameroon Botanic Gardens and Conservation Centre
Product demand & supply. a Mount Cameroon Botanic Gardens and Conservation Centre. The Centre inherited digital geographic data of the boundaries, biological inventories and land use data of Bimbia from Mount Cameroon project and retains them to date.
Non-timber forest products. Kava export sales have plummeted, devastating local economies. In Southern Cameroon, a wide range of forest products is commonly used in traditional ceremonies like marriages, funerals, inauguration ceremonies of chiefs, initiations, birth celebrations and conflict resolution. Fruits from the oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) and cola nuts (Cola sp. are handed out to welcome visitors and symbolise peace, hospitality and friendship. NTFPs are also the basic materials for musical instruments (.
The use of non timber forest products in the Congo basin, Constraints and opportunities. Technical Paper No. 122, SD Publication Series. Ingram, V. and Schure, J. (2010). Non-timber forest products: contribution to national economy and strategies for sustainable management In: de Wasseige . de Marcken . Bayol . Hiol Hiol . Mayaux P. Desclée . Nasi . Billand . Defourny P. and Eba’a Atyi R. 2012 The forests of the Congo basin-state of the forest 2010. Publications Office of the European Union.
The economic analysis in this paper is based on data largely provided by Mount Cameroon Project staff, Bianca Ambrose-Oji and .
The economic analysis in this paper is based on data largely provided by Mount Cameroon Project staff, Bianca Ambrose-Oji and the Cameroon Development Corporation. It would have been impossible to complete this work without their active help and co-operation.
Several socio economic and botanical studies have been realized within and around the Boumba-Bek National Park. Pierre ex Heckel (Njansang) and Scorodophloeus zenkeri Harms (Garlic tree) possess higher natural regeneration potentials. Evidence of high habitat diversity has been reported in previous studies in this area. However, the distribution patterns of selected key NTFPs species exploited in the area are still not understood, both within and across habitat types.
The role of non-timber forest products in conservation and development. Forest resources and rural livelihoods: The conflict between timber and Non-timber forest products in the Congo Basin. In: E. Wollenberg and A. Ingles (Ed. Income from the Forest: Methods for the development and conservation of forest products for local communities.
As a result, Cameroon has become the leading exporter of timber products in Africa Illegal logging continues to be a major concern in the country and is frequently documented at various stages.
As a result, Cameroon has become the leading exporter of timber products in Africa. Forest land cover in Cameroon is declining at a rate of around 1% per year, one of the highest deforestation rates in the Congo Basin (European Timber Trade Federation, 2016). Illegal logging continues to be a major concern in the country and is frequently documented at various stages along the local supply chain.