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What is the African-Caribbean-Pacific Forest Research Network?

ACP FORENET is a project funded by the European Commission and the Secretariat of the African-Caribbean-Pacific (ACP) countries aiming at strengthening capacities in selected ACP countries to undertake collaborative, applied forest-related research that will produce results directly applicable for the sustainable management of humid tropical forests. It seeks to facilitate collaboration between forest research organisations of the selected countries through capacity strengthening and by enabling them to collaborate effectively on common research themes that will contribute to the conservation and sustainable use of their tropical forests to meet economic, social and environmental demands at local, national and global levels. more

 

Scientific publications

Amalfi, M., Yombiyeni, P. and Decock, C. 2010 Fomitiporia in sub-Saharan Africa: morphology and multigene phylogenetic analysis support three new species from the Guineo-Congolian rainforest. Mycologia 102(6): 1303-1317

Anthony, N.M., Mickala, P., Abernethy, K.A., Atteke, C., Bissiengou, P. et al. 2012 Biodiversity and conservation genetics research in Central Africa: new approaches and avenues for international collaboration,Conservation Genetics Resources 4(2): 523-525 details

Betti, J.L., Yongo, O.D., Mbomio, D.O., Iponga, D.M. and Ngoye, A. 2013 An ethnobotanical and floristical study of medicinal plants among the Baka Pygmies in the periphery of the Ipassa- Biosphere Reserve, Gabon. European Journal of Medicinal Plants 3: 174-205. details

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Dem, F.F. 2011 Community structure of Auchenorrhyncha (Insecta: Hemiptera) along an altitudinal gradient in Papua New Guinea, MSc. Thesis. University of Papua New Guinea and New Guinea Binatang Research Center.

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Ingram, V., Ndoye, O., Iponga, D.M., Tiegubong, J.C., Nasi, R. 2012 Les produits forestiers non ligneux: contribution aux économies nationals et stratégies pour une gestion durable. In: Les forêts du bassin du Congo - Etat des Forêts 2010. Office des publications de l’Union Européenne. Luxembourg. 137-154 details

Midoko, I. D. 2011 Review of non timber forest products (NTFPs) in Central Africa. In: Sist, P. (ed.) Proceedings of IUFRO International Conference on Research priorities in tropical silviculture: towards new paradigms? 24. France.

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Ngomanda, A., Mavouroulou, Q.M., Obiang, N.L.E, Iponga, D.M, Mavoungou, J.F, L´epengu´e, N. Picard, N., Mbatchi, B. 2012 Derivation of diameter measurements for buttressed trees, an example from Gabon. Journal of Tropical Ecology 28: 299-302 doi:10.1017/S0266467412000144

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Oavika, F. 2011 Classification of natural forests sites by partial abundance of indicator tree species. In: Sist, P. (ed.) Proceedings of IUFRO International Conference on Research priorities in tropical silviculture: towards new paradigms? 112. France.

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Rodney, K.P., Trevin, J. and Pinillos, C. 2011 Volume and decay data as a tool for tropical forest inventory and management. In: Sist, P. (ed.) Proceedings of IUFRO International Conference on Research priorities in tropical silviculture: towards new paradigms? 71. France.

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Tavune, M. 2011 Phenology assessment of commercial timber trees of Papua New Guinea. In: Sist, P. (ed.) Proceedings of IUFRO International Conference on Research priorities in tropical silviculture: towards new paradigms? 38. France.

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