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In Canada, where most forest lands are publicly owned, forest management responsibilities are delegated to the private sector through licensing arrangements which grant limited usurfructuary rights. In order to ensure that public silvicultural goals are met on licensed public lands, various...
One of the guiding themes for forest management policy throughout much of North America is sustained yield. The basic premise behind this theme is that a constant or non-declining flow of services from the forest is socially desirable. Unfortunately, the act of capturing the benefits of this...
The social context within which forest managers operate today differs dramatically from that which existed fifty, thirty, or even ten years ago. Both government (public) and corporate (private) forest management decisions are coming under increased public scrutiny. A single, dominant forest...
The Mafungautsi Forest Area (MFA) is the site of land and resource use conflicts involving people living in adjacent communal areas. This study used qualitative case study information and questionnaire survey data to explore and describe how displaced people and other communities living adjacent...
Project Report 1999-28
Project Report 1999-14