Open Journal of Forestry

Open Journal of Forestry

ISSN Print: 2163-0429
ISSN Online: 2163-0437
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"Management of Village Common Forests in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh: Historical Background and Current Issues in Terms of Sustainability"
written by Mohammed Jashimuddin, Makoto Inoue,
published by Open Journal of Forestry, Vol.2 No.3, 2012
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[24] Conservation of a Tropical Wet Semi-evergreen Forest Ecosystem by an Indigenous Community in the Bandarban Hill District of Bangladesh: The Role of Intervention
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[25] Community Forestry for Sustainable Forest Management: Experiences from Bangladesh and Policy Recommendations
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