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Tropical forests and adaptation to climate change - Africa Adapt

Tropical forests and adaptation to climate change - Africa Adapt

Tropical forests and adaptation to climate change - Africa

Tropical forests and adaptation to climate change In search of synergies Editors Carmenza Robledo, Markku Kanninen, Lucio Pedroni

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  • Page 8 and 9: Presentation to the book Markku Kan
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  • Page 46 and 47: Jones, P.G. et al. | 39 scientific
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    Jones, P.G. et al. | 45 promising t

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    Jones, P.G. et al. | 47 USA, and of

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    Jones, P.G. et al. | 49 As model re

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    Jones, P.G. et al. | 51 priority in

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    Jones, P.G. et al. | 53 - Governmen

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    Jones, P.G. et al. | 55 Kling, G.W.

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    Climate Change - Biodiversity and l

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    Hannah Reid and Saleemul Huq | 59 B

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    Hannah Reid and Saleemul Huq | 61 E

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    Hannah Reid and Saleemul Huq | 63 B

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    Hannah Reid and Saleemul Huq | 65 e

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    Hannah Reid and Saleemul Huq | 67 L

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    Hannah Reid and Saleemul Huq | 69 R

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    Using the sustainable livelihoods a

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    Hammill, A. et al. | 73 need to sat

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    Hammill, A. et al. | 75 existing de

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    Hammill, A. et al. | 77 Organizatio

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    Hammill, A. et al. | 79 by choice a

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    Hammill, A. et al. | 81 Using the S

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    Hammill, A. et al. | 83 Table 1. Ke

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    Hammill, A. et al. | 85 Table 2. Di

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    Hammill, A. et al. | 87 based range

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    Hammill, A. et al. | 89 4.1.3 Relev

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    Hammill, A. et al. | 91 • Trainin

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    Hammill, A. et al. | 93 • The mai

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    Hammill, A. et al. | 95 Ashley C. (

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    Forests, adaptation and mitigation

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    Claudio Forner | 99 Definitions: Ar

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    Claudio Forner | 101 Little analysi

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    Opportunities for linking adaptatio

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    Verchot, L. V. et al. | 105 Several

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    Verchot, L. V. et al. | 107 300 Pri

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    Verchot, L. V. et al. | 109 Table 3

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    Verchot, L. V. et al. | 119 Gockows

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    Verchot, L. V. et al. | 121 Stewart

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    Murdiyarso, D. et al. | 123 Linking

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    Murdiyarso, D. et al. | 125 Affores

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    Murdiyarso, D. et al. | 143 Global

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    Murdiyarso, D. et al. | 151 Alarcó

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    Murdiyarso, D. et al. | 153 Tropica

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    Biringer, J. et al. | 155 past chan

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    Biringer, J. et al. | 157 Here we d

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    Biringer, J. et al. | 161 elaborate

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    Biringer, J. et al. | 163 may be tr

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    Biringer, J. et al. | 165 Box 1. Ma

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    Biringer, J. et al. | 167 area. Thi

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    Biringer, J. et al. | 169 Box 2. Ad

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    Biringer, J. et al. | 171 programme

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    Biringer, J. et al. | 173 impacts f

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    Biringer, J. et al. | 175 7. Action

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    Biringer, J. et al. | 177 3.2.2 Cre

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    Biringer, J. et al. | 179 • Monit

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    Biringer, J. et al. | 181 Huq, S.,

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    Carmenza Robledo, Markku Kanninen a

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