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Socio-economic determinants of farmers' adoption of rotational woodlot technology in Kigoryobya sub-county, Hoima district, Uganda
(South African Journal of Agricultural Extension, 2008)
Understanding the factors affecting farmers’ adoption of rotational woodlot technologies is critical to the success of implementing tree planting programmes. This paper evaluates, using logistic and multiple regression ...
Managing Uganda's forests in the face of uncertainty and competing demands: what is the precautionary approach?
(Earthscan in the UK and USA, 2005)
The sustainable management of forests in Uganda, and elsewhere in the developing world, presents a great challenge not only for forest managers but also for policy-makers. This is because forest ecosystems are complex, and ...
Farmers' adoption of rotational woodlot technology in Kigorobya Sub-County of Hoima District, Western Uganda
(Ethnobotany Research & Applications, 2008)
This paper evaluates, using logistic and multiple regression analyses, the socio-economic factors that influence farmers’ decisions to adopt rotational woodlot technology in the farming systems of Uganda, based on a household ...
Ecological changes following rules in use and anthropology: the case of Echuya bamboo forest, south-western Uganda
(The Uganda Society, 2004)
At the time of reservation in 1935, Echuya Forest Reserve located in S. Western Uganda was dominated by bamboo (Arundinaria alpina Schum) vegetation. Presently, the bamboo vegetation is being replaced by hardwood tree ...
Early detection of tropical forest degradation: an IFIU pilot study in Uganda.
(Environmental conservation, 1995)