Harvesting of non-timber forest products and implications for conservation in two montane forests of East Africa

Brief Summary: 
Plant species-level research that comprises inventories, impact studies and monitoring is necessary if plant resources are to be harvested sustainably by human populations living adjacent to protected areas in sub-Saharan Africa. This research assessed the extraction of plant products from two montane forest ecosystems, Uzungwa Scarp Forest Reserve (USFR) and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (BIN
year of Publication: 
2007

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Plant harvest impacts in Bwindi

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