References For
"Ending The Human Degradation
Of Land"

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  1. Uhl, C., Kauffman, J. B. and Cummings, D. L. 1988. Fire in the Venezuelan Amazon: Environmental Conditions Necessary for Forest Fires in the Evergreen Rainforest of Venezuela. Oikos. 53: 176–184.
  2. Malingreau, J. P., Stephens, G. and Fellows, L. 1985. Remote sensing of Forest Fires: Kalimantan and North Borneo in 1982–83. Ambio. 14: 314–321.
  3. Time. September 12, 1988.
  4. International Tropical Timber Organization. 1990. Rehabilitation of Logged-over Forests Asia-Pacific Region. Draft project report. ITTO/Japan Overseas Forestry Consultants Association (JOFCA), Yokohama.
  5. Wernstedt, F. L. and Spencer, J. E. 1969. The Philippine Island World. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles.
  6. The Miombo in Transition: Woodlands and Welfare in Africa. Edited by Bruce Campbell 1996. Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia.
  7. Stromgaard, P. 1988. The Grassland Mound-system of the Aisa-Mambwe of Zambia. Tools and Tillage. VI:1, 33–46, Nationalmuseet, Köpenhamn.
  8. The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (Earth Summit). Agenda 21. Chapter 12.
  9. Newcombe, K. 1984. An Economic Justification for Rural Afforestation. The Case of Ethiopia. World Bank Energy Department. Paper No 16. Washington.
  10. Timberlake, Lloyd. 1985. Africa in Crisis—The Causes, the Cures of Environmental Bankruptcy. International Institute for Environment and Development.
  11. Vera, F. W. M. 2000. Grazing Ecology and Forest History. CABI, Wallingford.
  12. Plato. Timaeus and Critias. 1971. Translated with an introduction and an appendix on ‘Atlantis’ by Desmond Lee. Penguin, Harmondsworth.
  13. Hughes, J. D. 1994. Pan’s Travail. Environmental Problems of the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore and London.
  14. Paton, Alan. 1948. Cry, the Beloved Country. Scribner. New York.
  15. Eckholm, E. 1976. Losing Ground. Environmental Stress and World Food Prospects. Worldwatch Institute. Norton, New York.
  16. Corvanich, Amnuay. 1974. Forest Industry Organization’s Forest Village. Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Thailand.
  17. Unpublished, from Sim Boon Liang, Forest Planting Consultant, Sibu, Sarawak.
  18. Wenner, Carl G. 1981. Soil Conservation in Kenya—Especially in Small-scale Farming in High Potential Areas Using Labour Intensive Methods. The Soil Conservation Extension Unit. Ministry of Agriculture, Kenya.
  19. Reij, C., Tappan, G. and Belemvire, A. 2005. Changing land management practices and vegetation on the Central Plateau of Burkina Faso (1968–2002). Journal of Arid Environments. 63: 642–659.
  20. Reij, C., Tappan, G. and Smale, M. 2009. Agroenvironmental Transformation in the Sahel: Another Kind of ‘Green Revolution’. IFPRI Discussion Paper 00914. International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC.
  21. Boffa, J.-M. 1999. Agroforestry Parklands in Sub-Saharan Africa. FAO Conservation Guide 34, FAO, Rome.
  22. Walter, H. 1939. Grasland, Savanne und Busch der arideren Teile Afrikas in ihrer ökologischen Bedingtheit. Jahrbuch für wissenschaftliche Botanik. 87: 750–860.
  23. Stålfelt’s Plant Ecology: Plants, the Soil, and Man. 1972. Wiley, New York.
  24. FAO/CIFOR 2005. Forests and Floods. Drowning in Fiction or Thriving on Facts? RAP Publication 2005/03. Forest Perspectives. 2: 1–30.Lyssna
  25. Penman, H. L. 1948. Natural Evaporation from Open Water, Bare Soil and Grass. Proceeding of the Royal Society. Series A 193: 120–145.
  26. Scholes, R. J. and Walker, B. H. 1993. An African Savanna: Synthesis of the Nylsvley Study. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

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