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- Forest ecology and management 2019 v.441 pp. 280-292
- anthropogenic activities; charcoal; climate change; dry forests; economic valuation; evapotranspiration; geographical distribution; habitats; livelihood; models; rain; roads; selective harvesting; soil fertility; surveys; trees; woodlands; Zambia
- ... The sustainable management of dry forests and woodlands of Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is crucial for the SSA economy and people’s livelihoods but it remains a key challenge to address. Maps of tree species distributions of economic value are lacking for the region; yet, this information is essential for supporting sustainable use. We capitalized on new nation-wide field survey data for the Republic ...