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Institute of

WF Forestry

Peer-reviewed articles of Dr. Jobst-Michael Schröder

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    Schröder J-M, Avila Rodriguez LP, Günter S (2021) Research trends: Tropical dry forests: The neglected research agenda? Forest Pol Econ 122:102333, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2020.102333

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    Veridiano RKA, Schröder J-M, Come R, Baldos A, Günter S (2020) Towards forest landscape restoration programs in the Philippines: Evidence from logged forests and mixed-species plantations. Environments 7(3):20, DOI:10.3390/environments7030020

    https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dn062142.pdf

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    Zhunusova E, Le Thi Hoa S, Schröder J-M, Ziegler S, Dieter M, Günter S (2019) Smallholder decision-making on sawlog production: The case of acacia plantation owners in Central Vietnam. Forests 10(11):969, DOI:10.3390/f10110969

    https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dn061559.pdf

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    Schröder J-M (2015) The integrated management of buffer zones contributes to the survival of tropical forests in Ghana. In: Assessing the relevance of countries and their capacities for reporting forests under UNFCCC post 2020 : [paper for] XIV World Forestry Congress, Durban, South Africa, 7-11 September 2015. p 8

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    Tom-Dery D, Schröder J-M, Struwe J (2014) Regeneration potential and stand structure of a proposed plantation site in the transition zone of Ghana. Int J Biodiv Conserv 6(3):238-246, DOI:10.5897/IJBC2012.134

    https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dn053482.pdf

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    Tom-Dery D, Struwe J, Schröder J-M (2013) Mapping and tree species diversity of the forest savanna mosaic in Ashanti region, Ghana [online]. Afr J Agric Res 8(27):3608-3617, zu finden in <http://www.academicjournals.org/article/article1380896335_Tom-Dery%20et%20al.pdf> [zitiert am 05.12.2013]

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    Poppenborg P, Schröder J-M, Appuhn M (2012) Evaluating the economic potential of tree-based land uses to alleviate rural poverty in the Ashanti region, Ghana. Forests Trees Livelihoods 21(3):207-220, DOI:10.1080/14728028.2012.732823

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    Tom-Dery D, Schröder J-M (2011) Tree species abundance and regeneration potential of semi-deciduous forest fragments of the Ashanti region of Ghana. J Bot Res Inst Texas 5(2):733-742

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    Braedt O, Schröder J-M (2003) Institutions governing the use of forest products: woodcraft commercialisation in Southern Zimbabwe. Forests Trees Livelihoods 13(1):59-78, DOI:10.1080/14728028.2003.9752444

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    De Jong W, Campbell BM, Schröder J-M (2000) Sustaining incomes from non-timber forest products: introduction and synthesis. J Toxicol Environ Health A 10(4):267-275

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    Schröder J-M (2000) The case of Prunus Africana (J.D. Hook) Kalkman — Lessons from a non-timber forest product from Mount Cameroon. Int Tree Crops J 10(4):337-346, DOI:10.1080/01435698.2000.9753019

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    Schröder J-M (1997) Waldprodukte und ihr Potential zur Erhaltung tropischer Feuchtwälder : Fallbeispiele aus Kamerun und Ecuador. Geogr Rundsch Braunschweig 49(1):39-43

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    Schröder J-M, Jaenicke H (1994) A computerized database as decision support tool for the selection of agroforestry tree species. Agrofor Syst 26:65-70

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