Wil de Jong
Wil de Jong
Professor, Center for Southeast Asian and Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University
Verified email at cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp
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A review of tools for incorporating community knowledge, preferences, and values into decision making in natural resources management
T Lynam, W De Jong, D Sheil, T Kusumanto, K Evans
Ecology and society 12 (1), 2007
5782007
Challenges to proponents of common property recource systems: Despairing voices from the social forests of Zimbabwe
B Campbell, A Mandondo, N Nemarundwe, B Sithole, W De Jong, ...
World development 29 (4), 589-600, 2001
3422001
Swidden-fallow agroforestry in the Peruvian Amazon
WM Denevan, C Padoch, GT Prance, JM Treacy, J Unruh, JB Alcorn, ...
Advances in economic botany 5, i-107, 1988
3071988
Markets drive the specialization strategies of forest peoples
M Ruiz-Pérez, B Belcher, R Achdiawan, M Alexiades, C Aubertin, ...
Ecology and Society 9 (2), 2004
2342004
The house gardens of Santa Rosa: diversity and variability in an Amazonian agricultural system
C Padoch, W De Jong
Economic Botany 45 (2), 166-175, 1991
2061991
Secondary forest: a working definition and typology
U Chokkalingam, W De Jong
The International Forestry Review, 19-26, 2001
1722001
Amazonian agroforestry: a market-oriented system in Peru
C Padoch, JC Inuma, W De Jong, J Unruh
Agroforestry Systems 3 (1), 47-58, 1985
1621985
Bosques secundarios como recurso para el desarrollo rural y la conservación ambiental en los trópicos de América Latina
J Smith, C Sabogal, W. de JONG, D Kaimowitz
CIFOR, 1997
159*1997
Field guide to the future: Four ways for communities to think ahead
K Evans, SJ Velarde, RP Prieto, SN Rao, S Sertzen, K Dávila, ...
CIFOR, 2006
1402006
Forest Rehabilitation in Vietnam: Histories, Realities, and Future: Histories, Realities, and Future
W De Jong, T Van Hung
CIFOR, 2006
140*2006
Livelihood strategies and forest dependence: New insights from Bolivian forest communities
M Zenteno, PA Zuidema, W de Jong, RGA Boot
Forest Policy and Economics 26, 12-21, 2013
1172013
Developing swidden agriculture and the threat of biodiversity loss
W De Jong
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 62 (2-3), 187-197, 1997
1131997
Conflicts and communal forest management in northern Bolivia
W De Jong, S Ruiz, M Becker
Forest Policy and Economics 8 (4), 447-457, 2006
972006
Climate change and deforestation: The evolution of an intersecting policy domain
M Buizer, D Humphreys, W de Jong
Environmental Science & Policy 35, 1-11, 2014
852014
REDD+ for the poor or the poor for REDD+? About the limitations of environmental policies in the Amazon and the potential of achieving environmental goals through pro-poor policies
B Pokorny, I Scholz, W De Jong
Ecology and Society 18 (2), 2013
832013
Production and profit in agroforestry: an example from the Peruvian Amazon
C Padoch, W de Jong
Fragile Lands of Latin America, 102-113, 1989
771989
Diversity, variation, and change in ribereńo agriculture
C Padoch, W De Jong
Columbia University Press, 1992
731992
Global versus local narratives of REDD: A case study from Peru's Amazon
K Evans, L Murphy, W de Jong
Environmental Science & Policy 35, 98-108, 2014
692014
Traditional agroforestry practices of native and ribereno farmers in the lowland Peruvian Amazon.
C Padoch, W Jong
Traditional agroforestry practices of native and ribereno farmers in the …, 1987
661987
Forest rehabilitation and its implication for forest transition theory
W de Jong
Biotropica 42 (1), 3-9, 2010
632010
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