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Traditional Knowledge Contributes to Sustaining Forests and Biocultural DiversityAuthor(s): John A. Parrotta; Ronald L. Trosper; Mauro Agnoletti; Vladimir Bocharnikov; Sue Feary; Monica Gabay; Christian Gamborg; Jesus Garcia Latorre; Elisabeth Johann; Andrey Laletin; Hin Fui Lim; Jinlong Liu; Alfred Oteng-Yeboah; Miguel Pinedo-Vasquez; P.S. Ramakrishnan; Yeo-Chang Youn
Source: Bois et Forêts des Tropiques. 312 (2): 3-7.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationParrotta, John A.; Trosper, Ronald L.; Agnoletti, Mauro; Bocharnikov, Vladimir; Feary, Sue; Gabay, Monica; Gamborg, Christian; Garcia Latorre, Jesus; Johann, Elisabeth; Laletin, Andrey; Lim, Hin Fui; Liu, Jinlong; Oteng-Yeboah, Alfred; Pinedo-Vasquez, Miguel; Ramakrishnan, P.S.; Youn, Yeo-Chang. 2012. Traditional Knowledge Contributes to Sustaining Forests and Biocultural Diversity. Bois et Forêts des Tropiques. 312 (2): 3-7.
Keywordstraditional knowledge, forest management, biodiversity, agriculture
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