Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation through Alternative Landuses in Rainforests of the Tropics

Garden Tiger Moth photographed by Gabor Pozsgai


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Further information


  1. Hergoualc’h K and Verchot LV(2010). Carbon loss associated with the conversion of tropical peat forests to oil palm plantations. Poster presented at the Second International Conference on Oil Palm and the Environment (ICOPE), Bali, Indonesia, 23-25 February 2010. [pdf ]
  2. Matthews R, Robiglio V, Tchienkoua M, Gockowski J and Minang PA (2010). Poster at the Conférence internationale COMIFAC sur le suivi des stocks et flux de carbone, Brazzaville, 2-4 February 2010. “REDD-ALERT: Evaluating global-level climate policy options and their local level implementation”.
  3. Robiglio V, Poggio L, Minang P and Matthews R (2010). Poster at the IUFRO Landscape Ecology Working Group International Conference - Bragan ca 2010, session: New Frontiers in Management, Conservation and Restoration, “Monitoring landscape changes to set up mitigation strategies at the tropical forest margin in Cameroon”.
  4. Meyfroidt P, Robiglio V and Bolognesi M (2011). Analyzing the drivers of changes in landscape structure in the tropical forest margins of Cameroon. Poster presented in 8th International Association of Landscape Ecology (IALE) World Congress, Beijing, 18-23 August 2011. [pdf ]