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close this bookThe Fragile Tropics of Latin America. Sustainable Management of Changing Environments (UNU, 1995, 335 p.)
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close this folderLocal management of forest resources in a rural community in north-east Peru
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View the document1 Introduction
View the document2 Study area and objectives
View the document3 Population dynamics
View the document4 Distribution and use of terra firme lands in the community
View the document5 Traditional use of forest resources
View the document6 Prospects for sustainable management
View the documentAcknowledgements
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