Man in the Forest: Local Knowledge and Sustainable Management of Forests and Natural Resources in Tribal Communities in India

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Klaus Seeland, Franz Schmithüsen
D.K. Printworld, Jan 1, 2000 - Ethnic groups - 372 pages
The Articles Examine The Indigenous Knowledge On Trees And Forests Among Tribal Communities From Diverse Regions Of India, Particularly The Significance Of Such Knowledge For Use And Management Of Natural Resources.

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Contents

Franz Schmithusen
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What is lndigenous Knowledge and Why Does it
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Explorations into the Conservation of lndigenous
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Klaus Seeland (PD, Dr., M.A.), born 1952 is at present reader in Sociology and Forest Resource Economics at the Chair of Forest Policy and Forest Economics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Zurich/Switzerland), in Sociology at the University of Konstanz Germany) and Vice Chairman of 'Economic and Social Aspects of Forests in Developing countries', at the International Union of Forestry Research Organizations (IUFRO).

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