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Sawadogo, L.2007. Etat de la biodiversité et la de production des ligneux du Chantier d’Aménagement Forestier du NAZINON après une vingtaine d’années de pratiques d’aménagement. Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia. 42p.


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Lowore, J. 2006. Miombo woodlands and rural livelihoods in Malawi. Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia. 18p. ISBN: 979-24-4672-9.


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Mickels-Kokwe, G. 2006. Small-scale woodland-based enterprises with outstanding economic potential: the case of honey in Zambia. Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia. 82p. ISBN: 979-24-4673-7.


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Sawadogo, L. 2006. Adapter les approches de l’aménagement durable des forêts sèches aux aptitudes sociales, économiques et technologiques en Afrique: le cas du Burkina Faso. Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia. 59p. ISBN: 979-24-4674-5.


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Zida, D., L. Sawadogo, M. Tigabu, D. Tiveau and P. Odén (2007). "Dynamics of sapling population in savanna woodlands of Burkina Faso subjected to grazing, early fire and selective tree cutting for a decade." Forest Ecology and Management 243: 102-115.


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Savadogo, P., D. Zida, L. Sawadogo, D. Tiveau, M. Tigabu and P. Odén (2007). "Fuel and fire characteristics in savanna–woodland of West Africa in relation to grazing and dominant grass type." International Journal of Wildland Fire 16: 530-539.


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Amede, T., Kassa, H. et al. 2007. Working with Communities and Building Local Institutions for Sustainable Land Management in the Ethiopian Highlands. Mountain Research and Development. Vol. 27. No. 1. Feb 2007. 15-19. (in press)


Anderson J., Benjamin C., Campbell B., Tiveau D. (2006). Forests, poverty and equity in Africa: new perspectives on policy and practice. International Forestry Review Vol.8 : 44-53.


Belcher, B., Cunningham, A.B., Campbell, B.M. 2005. Livelihoods, carving and conservation. In: Anthony Cunningham, Bruce Campbell and Brian Belcher (eds.). Carving out a future: forests, livelihoods and the international woodcarving trade. People and Plants Conservation Series. 1-9. Earthscan, London , UK .


Campbell, B.M., Sayer, J. Suwarno, A., Knight, A., Cowling, R.M.C. Implementing a landscape approach to achieve conservation and development objectives – the role of participating modeling. Ecology and Society (in press).


Campbell, B.M.; Gordon, I.J.; Luckert, M.K.; Petheram, L. 2006. In search of optimal stocking regimes in semi-arid grazing lands: one size does not fit all. Ecological Economics 60: 75-85.


Frost, P.G.H., Campbell, B.M., Luckert, M., Mutamba, M., Lovell, C.J., Mandondo, A., Cain, J., Kozanayi, W. Can rural livelihoods be improved through improved natural resource management in semi-arid regions?. World Development (in press)


Gambiza, J., Campbell, B.M., Moe, S., and Frost, P.G.H. 2005. Fire behaviour in a semi-arid Baikiaea plurijuga savanna woodland on Kalahari sands in western Zimbabwe. SA J Science 239-24.


Grundy, I.M., Campbell, B.M., White, R.M., Prabhu, R., Jensen, S., Ngamile, T.N. 2004. Towards participatory forest management in conservation areas: The case of Dwesa-Cwebe, South Africa. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods. 14: 149-165  


Kassa, H., Campbell, B., Sandewall,M., Kebede, M., Tesfaye, Y., Dessie, G., Seifu, A., Tadesse, M., Garedew, E., Sandewall, K. Building future scenarios and uncovering persisting challenges of participatory forest management: The case of Chilimo Forest in Central Ethiopia (Submitted to Biodiversity and Conservation Journal).


Knight, A.T., Cowling, R.M. and Campbell, B.M. 2006. Planning for implementation: an operational model for conservation. Conservation Biology. 20: 408–419.


Marunda, C. T., McClean, C. J and Lovett, J.C. The magnitude and significance of environmental and socio-economic factors causing degradation in the Save –Runde Catchment Area of Zimbabwe. Submitted to Landscape Ecology


Mekonnen, Z., Kassa, H., Lemenh, M., and Campbell, B. The Role and Management of Eucalyptus in Lode Hetosa District, Central Ethiopia. (Submitted to Forests and Livelihoods Journal). Mutamba, M., Campbell, B.M., Sithole, B. and Kozanayi, W. HIV/AIDS, livelihoods and woodlands: a case study from southern Africa (in prep.)


Roda, J-M., Mutamba, M., Campbell, B.M., Kowero, G.S. 2005. Forest-based livelihoods and poverty reduction: paths from local to global development. In: G. Mery, R. Alvaro, M. Kanninen, M. Lobovikov (eds.). Forests in the global balance - changing paradigms. IUFRO, Vienna, Austria . IUFRO World Series, v.17. 75-96.


Savadogo P., Sawadogo., L Tiveau D. (2007) Effects of grazing intensity and prescribed fire on soil physical and hydrological properties and pasture yield in the savanna woodlands of Burkina Faso. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 118, 80-92


Savadogo P., Tiveau D., Sawadogo L. and Tigabu, M. Herbaceous species responses to long-term effects of prescribed fire, grazing and selective tree cutting in the savanna woodlands of West Africa. Submitted to Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics


Shackleton, S. and Campbell, B. What difference can the local trade in non-timber forest products (NTFPs) make to rural livelihoods and poverty in South Africa: Evidence from four case studies. World Development (in press)


Sizer, N., Bass, S., Mayers, J., Arnold, M., Auckland, L., Belcher, B., Bird, N., Campbell, B., Carle, J., Clearly, D., Counsell, S., Enters, T., Fernando, K., Gullison, T., Hudson, J., Kellison, B., Klingberg, T., Owen, C.N., Sampson, N., Vermeulen, Sonja., Wollenberg, E. Shackleton, S., Edmunds, D., Durst, P., Dykstra, D.P., Holmes, T., Hunter, I., Killmann, W., Malayang III, B.S., Putz, F.E., Shanley, P. 2005. Wood, Fuelwood, and Non-wood Forest Products. In: Chopra, K., Leemans, R., Kumar, P., Simons, H. (eds.) Ecosystems and Human Well-being: Policy Responses, 257-93, Volume 3. Island Press, Washington.


Standa-Gunda, W., Bond, I., Campbell, B.M. and Petheram, L. Exploring woodcarving markets to determine the potential of fiscal instruments for improving woodland management: the case of woodcarving in Southern Zimbabwe. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods (in press).