Filters: First Letter Of Title is W [Clear All Filters]
The Worldwide Problem of Slash-And-Burn.. Agroforestry Today . 5(3):2-6.. 1993.
Workshop on Scaling up the ASB Millennium Ecosystem Goods Assessment.. Workshop on Scaling up the ASB Millennium Ecosystem Goods Assessment 04th - 07th October 2004. :38.. 2004.
Workshop on Non-Timber Tree Product (NTTP) Market Research.. EPTD Workshop Summary. :23.. 1995.
Working Group on Economic and Social Indicators: Report on Methods for the ASB Best Bet Matrix.. Working Group on Economic and Social Indicators. :44.. 2000.
A Working Classification of Slash-And-Burn Agricultural Systems.. Agroforestry Systems. 34(2):151-169.. 1996.
Willingness to Pay For Environmental Services among Slash-And-Burn Farmers in the Peruvian Amazon: Implications for Deforestation and Global Environmental Markets.. World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists.. 1998.
Why Indigenous Fallow Management? ICRAF Considers Farmers. APAN News. 14(8). 1998.
What Can a Clean Development Mechanism Do to Enhance Trees in the Land scape? Experience with Rubber, Coffee and Timber-based Agroforestry Systems in Indonesia. Carbon forestry: Who will benefit?Proceedings of workshop on carbon sequestration and sustainable livelihoods. :92-111.. 2005.
Weedy Fields and Forests: Interactions between Land Use and the Composition of Plant Communities in the Peruvian Amazon.. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 78(2):175-186.. 2000.
Weed Management through Short-Term Improved Fallows in Tropical Agro Ecosystems.. Agroforestry Systems. 47(1):197-221.. 1999.
Watershed Economics and Policy.. National Workshop on Strategy for Watershed Management.. 1999.
WaNuLCAS (Water, Nutrient and Light Capture in Agroforestry Systems).. :Themodelisconceivedasfourlayersofsoilexploitedbyrootsoftwocomponents:acropandatree... 2003.