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TERENCE C.H. SUNDERLAND

 

Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
PO Box 0113 BOCBD
Bogor 16000
Indonesia
[email protected]

http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/nc/about-us/cifor-scientist-profiles/scientist-profile.html?tx_ciforwebservice[scid]=001014

My career to date has focused on applied research, conservation and project management. I have extensive field experience, having been based in Africa for fifteen years (1991-2006). My main occupational interests lie in directly linking conservation with livelihoods-oriented development, based on sound science, both biological and socio-economic. In 2006 I moved to the Centre for International Forestry Research, based in Indonesia and am the leader of the research domain: Managing the trade-offs between conservation and development at the landscape scale. I firmly believe that accessibility of research findings is fundamental to equitable information exchange and ensure that the dissemination of my work is undertaken, not only through academic journals, but through more easily accessible means. I also believe strongly in mentoring young professionals and genuine partnerships and collaboration, particularly with developing country institutions.

ACADEMIC AWARDS

Hallet Science Award recipient, 1988 and 1991

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, (1991)

  • G.C. Johnson Memorial Prize for best academic performance
  • Henry G. Idris Matthews Travel Award (USA)
  • Dummer Memorial Prize for best herbarium collection
  • E. Thornton-Smith Travel Scholarship (Limbe Botanic Garden, Cameroon)
  • Post-Graduate Research Fellow Scholarship (to fund Masters degree)

University of Oxford (1993)

  • Jubilee Prize for best academic performance

EMPLOYMENT

  • Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR): Principal Scientist; February 2006 to date
    Principal Scientist in the Livelihoods Programme responsible for the leadership of the research domain “Managing trade offs between conservation and development at the landscape scale”. There are 47 scientists, junior professionals and students who are associated within this research domain. We have an operating budget of $3.5 million. I am responsible for the strategic alignment of research related to conservation, development and livelihoods, including protected area effectiveness, PES and conservation-related human rights issues. I also coordinate fund raising and dissemination activities. Current projects are focused primarily in Indonesia, the Lower Mekong and West and Central Africa.
  • Wildlife Conservation Society: Project Director of the Cameroon-Nigeria Transboundary Project and the Banyang-Mbo Wildlife Sanctuary Project; May 2004 to February 2006
    I was responsible for coordinating research to identify priority sites for the establishment of protected areas in Western Cameroon including the establishment of a new National Park and preparing a draft management plan for the Government of Cameroon. Provided technical support for the Government of Cameroon for the management of one of only two fully protected areas in the region (Banyang-Mbo Wildlife Sanctuary).
  • African Rattan Research Programme: Programme Manager; June 2000 to May 2004. A joint University College, London (Dept. of Anthroplogy) and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew research initiative on the Development and Promotion of African rattans: an ecological and socio-economic approach project R7636/R7636E of the UK?s Department for International Development (DFID) Forestry Research Programme.
  • African Rattan Research Programme: Part-time Principal Investigator; June 1996 to May 2000.
    A joint Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew & University College, London research initiative on the Taxonomy, Ecology and Utilisation of African Rattans funded by the Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE), the United States Forest Service (USFS) and the International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR). Based in Yaounde, Cameroon.
  • Overseas Development Administration, Limbe Botanic Garden & Herbarium, Cameroon; October 1993 to March 1996
    Botanic Garden Management Adviser on bilateral aid project funded by the British and Cameroon governments whose objective was the conservation of the biodiversity of Mount Cameroon and the renovation of the Limbe Botanic Garden and its development as a centre for scientific research, conservation and education. Technical adviser to Conservator.
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew; August 1992 to October 1993
    Scientific Officer contracted to name and process herbarium collections from Cameroon and to establish a suitable database for the management of these data.
  • Operation Raleigh Expedition to Bocas del Toro, Panama; April to July 1988
    Expedition member undertaking scientific research on economic botany and agroforestry of Guyami Indians and contributing to community development projects.
  • Arboricultural Contractor; September 1987 to April 1988
    Self-employed tree surgeon and arboricultural consultant.
  • Brighton Park and Recreation Department; June 1983-July 1984
    Horticultural Trainee

CONSULTANCIES AND RESEARCH

  • Wildlife Conservation Society; October 2003 to May 2004
    Advisor to the Western Cameroon component of the WCS Cameroon Programme on setting conservation priorities, the design and implementation of field survey techniques for multi-taxa assessments and developing partnerships for conservation implementation.
  • Smithsonian Institution, Monitoring and Assessment of Biodiversity Programme as part of the Congo Basin Forest Partnership; September 2003 to September 2006
    Principal Investigator. Vegetation assessments and establishment of permanent sample plots for monitoring of forest dynamics in Monts de Cristal National Park (Gabon), the Nouabale-Ndoki National Park (Congo), Waka National Park, Gabon, Monte Alen National Park, Equatorial Guinea and Dzanga-Sanga National Park (CAR).
  • Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR); September to December 2002
    Co-editor of book of African NTFP case studies, based on of the “NTFP Case Comparison Project”.
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ); December 2001 & February 2002
    An ecological, socio-economic and marketing review of the non-timber forest product sector of the Takamanda region, Cameroon, with recommendations for development-based interventions.
  • Environmental Resources Management (ERM) under contract to the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) in collaboration with the Cross River State Forest Commission; May to June 2001
    A review of the non-timber forest product sector of Cross River State, Nigeria with recommendations for development-based interventions.
  • Limbe Botanic Garden, Cameroon (funded by the UK’s Department for International Development); October 2001
    The elaboration of a strategy for the development of the palm collections of the Limbe Botanic Garden, Cameroon.
  • Smithsonian Institution, Monitoring and Assessment of Biodiversity Programme; September 2000 to August 2001
    Joint co-ordination of multi-taxa biological surveys of the Takamanda Forest Reserve, Cameroon and the development of a management strategy for the conservation of the area. Co-editor of research findings for peer-reviewed publication.
  • Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR); July 2001
    Study of the rattan sector of Equatorial Guinea for the “NTFP Case Comparisons Project”
  • Cameroon Oil Transport Company (COTCO); May to July 2000)
    Member of consultative panel on developing compensation plans for agricultural, non-timber and timber resources destroyed by development of the Chad-Cameroon pipeline.
  • Central Africa Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE), USA; June to December 1999.
    A monograph of yohimbe (Pausinystalia johimbe), in collaboration with Dr Tony Cunningham, WWF/RBG Kew/UNESCO People and Plants Programme.
  • Central Africa Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE), USA; June to December 1999.
    Technology transfer between Asia and Africa: rattan cultivation and processing
  • World Learning Movement & Central Africa Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE); February to March 1999
    The design and implementation of a suitable methodology for participatory non-timber forest product (NTFP) surveys in Cameroon.
  • WWF Germany; October to November 1998
    An assessment of Prunus africana exploitation on the island of Bioko, Equatorial Guinea.
  • Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE); February 1998 to May 1999
    Establishment and implementation of a protocol for the study of marketed NTFP?s throughout Central Africa through the training of local partner institutions and subsequent data analysis.
  • Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE); October 1997 to May 1998.
    Advising USAID-funded research programme on NTFP research and development and structure of workshop to launch research programme in May 1998.
  • European Union Project No.6 ACP-EG-020 Proyecto Conservacion y Utilizacion Racional de los Ecosistemas Forestales de Guinea Ecuatorial (CUREF); March-April 1998
    The biology, utilisation and distribution of the rattans of Rio Muni, Equatorial Guinea.
  • Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE); December 1997 to March 1998.
    Preliminary study of the NTFP markets of Rio Muni, Equatorial Guinea and design of suitable methodology for CARPE to implement further market studies in the Congo Basin.
  • International Centre for Research in Agroforestry, Nairobi, Kenya; August to October 1997
    Multi-disciplinary study of Pausinystalia johimbe (Yohimbe)
  • Smithsonian Institution Man and the Biosphere Programme; March to August 1997.
    Principal Investigator responsible for the establishment of a network of permanent sample plots in Cameroon and Nigeria, ethnobotanical surveys and training.
  • Shaman Pharmaceuticals, Inc., USA; April to December 1996
    Consultant botanist co-ordinating ethnobotanical research in Cameroon for study of plants utilised by indigenous people for the treatment of non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM).

PUBLICATIONS

Books:

  1. Sunderland, T.CH., J.A Sayer and Hoang Minh-Ha (eds) [in review]. Evidence-based conservation: lessons from the Lower Mekong. Earthscan, London.
     
  2. Gunarso, P., T. Setyawati, T. Sunderland & C. Shackleton (eds.) 2010. Mengelola sumber daya hutan di era desentralisasi: pembelajaran dari Hutan Penelitian Malinau, Kalimantan. Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor. ISBN: 978-979-24-4688-3
    http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/Knowledge/Publications/Detail?pid=2985
     
  3. Campese, J., T. Sunderland, T. Greiber & G. Oviedo (eds) 2009. Rights Based Approaches: Exploring Issues and Opportunities for Conservation. Centre for International Forestry Research, Bogor. ISBN 978-979-1412-89-6
    http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/Knowledge/Publications/Detail?pid=2800
     
  4. Gunarso, P., T. Setyawati, T. Sunderland & C. Shackleton (eds.) 2007. Managing Forest Resources in a Decentralized Environment: Lessons Learnt from the Malinau Research Forest, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor. ISBN: 978-979-24-4688-3 http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/publications/pdf_files/Books/BGunarso0801.pdf
     
  5. Sunderland, T.C.H. 2007. A field guide to the rattans of Africa. Kew Publishing. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. ISBN: 978-1-842461-80-8
    http://www.nhbs.com/title.php?bkfno=164438&ad_id=428
     
  6. Sunderland, T.C.H. & O. Ndoye. (eds.) 2004. Forest products, livelihoods and conservation: Case studies of NTFP systems Vol 2. Africa. Centre for International Forestry Research. Bogor. ISBN: 979-3361-23-9 http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/publications/ntfpsite/pdf/NTFP-Africa-R.PDF
     
  7. Clark, L.E. & T.C.H. Sunderland (eds.) 2004. The key NTFP’s of Central Africa: a state-of-the-knowledge. USAID Technical Paper No. 122. http://pdf.dec.org/pdf_docs/Pnada851.pdf
     
  8. Johnson, D.V. & T.C.H. Sunderland. 2004. Rattan glossary and compendium glossary with emphasis on Africa. FAO Non-Wood Forest Products Series No. 16. ISBN: 92-5-105095 http://www.fao.org/docrep/006/y5232e/y5232e00.htm
     
  9. Sunderland, T.C.H. & J.P. Profizi (eds.) 2003. New research on African rattans. International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR) Proceedings No. 9. Beijing, China. ISBN: 962-85124-201-8 http://www.inbar.int/publication/pubdetail.asp?publicid=124 (available in English & French)
     
  10. Comiskey, J.A., T.C.H. Sunderland & J.L. Sunderland-Groves (eds.) 2003. Takamanda: the biodiversity of an African rainforest. Smithsonian Institution Monitoring and Assessment of Biodiversity Program. Washington DC. Vol. 8. ISBN: 1-893912-12-4 http://nationalzoo.si.edu/ConservationAndScience/MAB/researchprojects/appliedconservation/westafrica/takamanda.cfm
     
  11. Sunderland, T.C.H., L.E. Clark & P. Vantomme (eds.) 1999. The Non-Wood Forest Products of Central Africa: Current Research Issues and Prospects for Conservation and Development. Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO). Rome. http://www.fao.org/docrep/X2161E/x2161e01.htm (available in English & French)

 

Book chapters and working papers:

  1. Roe, D & T.C.H. Sunderland [in press] Biodiversity conservation: an effective mechanism for poverty alleviation? In Hari Bansha Dulal (ed) Poverty Reduction in a Changing Climate. Lexington Books, Lanham, MD, USA
     
  2. Sunderland, T.C.H., J.A. Sayer and Minh-Ha Hoang [in press]. Evidence-based conservation from the Lower Mekong. In: Sunderland, T.C.H., J.A Sayer and Hoang Minh-Ha (eds). Evidence-based conservation: lessons from the Lower Mekong. Earthscan, London.
     
  3. Sunderland, T.C.H., J.A. Sayer and Minh-Ha Hoang [in press]. Lessons learned from conservation and development interventions in the Lower Mekong. In: Sunderland, T.C.H., J.A Sayer and Hoang Minh-Ha (eds). Evidence-based conservation: lessons from the Lower Mekong. Earthscan, London.
     
  4. Slayback, D. and T. Sunderland. [in press] Forest degradation in the Lower Mekong and an assessment of protected area effectiveness c1990-c2009: a satellite perspective. In: Sunderland, T.C.H., J.A Sayer and Hoang Minh-Ha (eds). Evidence-based conservation: lessons from the Lower Mekong. Earthscan, London.
     
  5. Blom, B., T.C.H. Sunderland & D. Murdyarso [in press] Getting REDD to work in the Lower Mekong: lessons learned from Integrated Conservation and Development Projects. In: Sunderland, T.C.H., J.A Sayer and Hoang Minh-Ha (eds). Evidence-based conservation: lessons from the Lower Mekong. Earthscan, London.
     
  6. Sunderland, T.C.H., A.B. Cunningham, Z. Tchoundjeu, M.L. Ngo-Mpeck. [in press]. Ecology and sustainable management of the African aphrodisiac bark, Pausinystalia johimbe. In: A.B. Cunningham, B.M. Campbell & M.K. Luckert (eds). Bark: Use, management and livelihoods in Africa. Advances in Economic Botany.
     
  7. Sunderland, T.C.H., A.B. Cunningham & S.A. Laird. [in press]. International Trade in the African Aphrodisiac Bark, Pausinystalia johimbe. In: A.B. Cunningham, B.M. Campbell & M.K. Luckert (eds). Bark: Use, management and livelihoods in Africa. Advances in Economic Botany.
     
  8. Sunderland, T.C.H., S. Harrison & O. Ndoye. 2011. NTFPs and conservation: what prospects? In: S. Shackleton, D. Mitchell, C. Shackleton & P. Shanley (eds) Non-timber forest products in the global context. Springer-Verlag, Berlin. pp 209-226. http://www.springer.com/life+sciences/forestry/book/978-3-642-17982-2
     
  9. Colfer, C., J.L. Pfund, E. Andriamampandry, S. Asaha, A. Boucard, M. Boissiere, L. Feintrenie, V. Ingram, E. Lyimo, E. Martini, S. Rantala, M. Roberts, T. Sunderland, H. V, Vongvilai & J. Watts. 2011. An introduction to five tropical landscapes, their people and their governance. In: C. Colfer & J.L. Pfund (eds) Collaborative governance of tropical landscapes. Earthscan, London. pp 1-34. http://www.earthscan.co.uk/?tabid=102468
     
  10. Ingram, V., S. Asaha, T. Sunderland & A. Tajoacha. 2011. Governance and NTFP chains in the Takamanda-Mone landscape, Cameroon. In: C. Colfer & J.L. Pfund (eds) Collaborative governance of tropical landscapes. Earthscan, London. pp 183-216.
    http://www.earthscan.co.uk/?tabid=102468
     
  11. Colfer, C., E. Andriamampandry, S. Asaha, I.uki, A. Boucard, L. Feintrenie, V. Ingram, M. Roberts, T. Sunderland & Z. Urech. 2011. Minefields in collaborative governance. In: C. Colfer & J.L. Pfund (eds) Collaborative governance of tropical landscapes. Earthscan, London. pp 233-270. http://www.earthscan.co.uk/?tabid=102468
     
  12. Colfer, C. J.L. Pfund & T. Sunderland. 2011. The essential task of “muddling through” to better landscape governance. In: C. Colfer & J.L. Pfund (eds) Collaborative governance of tropical landscapes. Earthscan, London. pp 271-279. http://www.earthscan.co.uk/?tabid=102468
     
  13. Seymour, F. R. Nasi & T. Sunderland. 2010. Biodiversity: the essence of forest goods and services. Climate Action 2010-2011. United Nations Environment Programme. pp 138-140 http://www.climateactionprogramme.org/publication/book_2010/
     
  14. Laird, S.A. V. Ingram, A. Awono, O. Ndoye, T. Sunderland, E. Lisinge & R. Nkuinkeu. 2010. Bringing Together Customary and Statutory Systems: The Struggle to Develop a Legal and Policy Framework for NTFPs in Cameroon. In: S.A. Laird, R.J. McLain & Rachel Paula Wynberg (eds). Wild product governance. Earthscan, London. pp 53-70.
    http://www.earthscan.co.uk/?tabid=4798
     
  15. Sunderland, T., S. Asaha, M. Balinga & O. Isoni. 2010. Regulatory Issues for Bush Mango (Irvingia spp.) Trade in South-west Cameroon and South-east Nigeria In: S.A. Laird, R.J. McLain & Rachel Paula Wynberg (eds). Wild product governance. Earthscan, London. pp 77-84. http://www.earthscan.co.uk/?tabid=4798
     
  16. Gunarso, P., K. Dwi Santosa, C. Shackleton, T. Sunderland, B. Campbell, H. Priyadi, P. Levang, D. Sheil & E. Dounias. 2010. Menuju pengelolaan hutan yang berkelanjutan dan peningkatan kesejahteraan di hutan tropis: pembelajaran dan kesimpulan. In: Gunarso, P., T. Setyawati, T. Sunderland & C. Shackleton (eds.) Mengelola sumber daya hutan di era desentralisasi: pembelajaran (atau hikmah) dari Hutan Penelitian Malinau, Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia. Centre for International Forestry Research, Bogor.
    http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/Knowledge/Publications/Detail?pid=2985
     
  17. Sunderland, T.C.H., M. Y. Hoang, L. Preece, R. Achdiawan, B. Herrero-Cangasi and M. Ruiz Perez. 2009.. Conservation and Development Trade-offs in the Lower Mekong: Losing Less and Winning More. In: Minh Ha Hoang, Hoang Yen Mai, Vi Sa Tu (eds.) Linkages of Forest Protection, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction - Issues and Approaches in Vietnam. World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Hanoi, Vietnam. pp 30-38.
     
  18. Campese, J., T. Sunderland, T. Greiber and G. Oviedo. 2009. A roadmap for readers. In: Campese, J. T. Sunderland, T. Greiber and G. Oviedo (eds). Rights Based Approaches: Exploring Issues and Opportunities for Conservation. Centre for International Forestry Research, Bogor. pp 9-14.
    http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/Knowledge/Publications/Detail?pid=2800
     
  19. Campese, J., T. Sunderland, T. Greiber and G. Oviedo. 2009. What have we learned and where do we go from here? In: Campese, J. T. Sunderland, T. Greiber and G. Oviedo (eds). Rights Based Approaches: Exploring Issues and Opportunities for Conservation. Centre for International Forestry Research, Bogor. pp 287-305.  http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/Knowledge/Publications/Detail?pid=2800
     
  20. Yen, H.M. & T.C.H. Sunderland. 2009. Losing more and winning less: building capacity to go beyond the trade-offs between conservation and development in the Lower Mekong. Livelihood InfoBrief No. 12. Centre for International Forestry Research. Bogor, Indonesia. (In English: http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/publications/pdf_files/livebrief/livbrief0901e.pdf
    Vietnamese: http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/publications/pdf_files/livebrief/livbrief0901v.pdf
     
  21. Gunarso, P., K. Dwi Santosa, C. Shackleton, T. Sunderland, B. Campbell, H. Priyadi, P. Levang, D. Sheil & E. Dounias. 2007. Towards Sustainable Forest Management and Improved Livelihoods in Tropical Forests: Lessons and Conclusions. In: Gunarso, P., T. Setyawati, T. Sunderland & C. Shackleton (eds.) Managing Forest Resources in a Decentralized Environment: Lessons Learnt from the Malinau Research Forest, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor.
    http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/publications/pdf_files/Books/BGunarso0801.pdf
     
  22. Maisels, F., T.C.H. Sunderland, B. Curran, K. Von Liebenstein, J. Oates, L. Usongo, A. Dunn, S. Asaha, M. Balinga, L. Defo & P. Telfer. 2007. Central Africa?s protected areas and the purported displacement of people: a first critical review of existing data. In: K.H. Redford and E. Fearn (eds). Protected areas and human displacement. Wildlife Conservation Society Working Paper no. 29: 75-90. http://data.cameroun-foret.com/system/files/18_69_84.pdf
     
  23. Capistrano, D., M. Kanninen, M. Guariguata, C. Barr, T.C.H. Sunderland & D. Raitzer. 2007. Revitalising the United Nations Forum on Forests: Critical issues and ways forward. Forests and Governance Programme Paper No. 10. Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR). Bogor. Indonesia. http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/publications/pdf_files/Books/BCapistrano0701.pdf
     
  24. Sunderland, T.C.H., V Beligné, L. Bonnehin, E. Ebanyenle, A. Oteng-Amoako & E.J. Zouzou. 2005. Taxonomy, population dynamics and utilisation of the rattan palms of Upper Guinea. In: F. Bongers, M.P.E. Parren & D. Traoré (eds). Forest climbers of West Africa: diversity, ecology and management. CABI Publishing. pp 147-167. http://cabi.styluspub.com/books/BookDetail.aspx?productID=238022
     
  25. Sunderland, T.C.H. 2004a. Rattan in Central Africa. In: C. Lopez & P. Shanley (eds). Riches of the forest: for health, life and spirit in Africa. Centre for International Forestry Research, Bogor. pp 69-73. http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/publications/pdf_files/Books/Restution-Africa_case/NTFP-Africa-case-part1.pdf
     
  26. Sunderland, T.C.H. 2004b. Indigenous classification and utilisation of African rattans. In: L. Maffi & T. Carlson (eds.) Ethnobotany, and Conservation of Biocultural Diversity. Advances in Economic Botany. 15: 175-213. http://www.cabdirect.org/abstracts/20043143736.html;jsessionid=048499C060D3D2DC7411DA7FF100FD32
     
  27. Sunderland, T.C.H. 2004c. Preliminary assessment of the biodiversity importance and management potential of the Takamanda Forest Reserve, Cameroon: An important habitat of the Cross River gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli). In J.L. Sunderland Groves and B. Jaff (eds) Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop and Conference on the Conservation of the Cross River Gorilla. Wildlife Conservation Society, New York. pp 39-46. http://cameroun-foret.com/system/files/18_17_05.pdf
     
  28. Sunderland, T.C.H., S. Harrison & O. Ndoye. 2004. Commercialisation of non-timber forest products in Africa: history, context and prospects. In: T.C.H. Sunderland & O. Ndoye. (eds.). Forest products, livelihoods and conservation: Case studies of NTFP systems Vol 2. Africa. Centre for International Forestry Research. Bogor. pp 1-25. http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/publications/ntfpsite/pdf/NTFP-Africa-R.PDF
     
  29. Sunderland, T.C.H., M.P. Balinga & M.A. Dione. 2004. The rattan sector of Rio Muni, Equatorial Guinea. In: T.C.H. Sunderland & O. Ndoye. (eds.). Forest products, livelihoods and conservation: Case studies of NTFP systems Vol 2. Africa. Centre for International Forestry Research. Bogor. pp 275-290. http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/publications/ntfpsite/pdf/NTFP-Africa-R.PDF
     
  30. Sunderland, T.C.H., W.J. Baker, J. Dransfield & M. Cheek. 2004. Palmae. In: M. Cheek, B.J. Pollard, I. Darbyshire, J.M. Onana & C. Wild (eds). The plants of Kupe, Mwanenguba and the Bakossi mountains: a conservation checklist. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. pp 471-472. http://www.kewbooks.com/asps/ShowDetails.asp?id=496
     
  31. Clark, L.E. & T.C.H. Sunderland. 2004. CARPE: Building knowledge of the non-timber forest product sector in Central Africa. In: L.E. Clark & T.C.H. Sunderland (eds.) The key NTFP’s of Central Africa: a state-of-the-knowledge. USAID Technical Paper No. 122. pp 1-10. http://pdf.dec.org/pdf_docs/Pnada851.pdf
     
  32. Sunderland, T.C.H. A.B. Cunningham, Z. Tchoundjeu, M.L. Ngo-Mpeck & S.A. Laird. 2004. Yohimbe (Pausinystalia johimbe). In: L.E. Clark & T.C.H. Sunderland (eds.) The key NTFP’s of Central Africa: a state-of-the-knowledge. USAID Technical Paper No. 122. pp 121-138. http://pdf.dec.org/pdf_docs/Pnada851.pdf
     
  33. Mahop, T., A. Uden, S. Asaha, N. Ndam & T.C.H. Sunderland. 2004. Iboga (Tabernanthe iboga). In: L.E. Clark & T.C.H. Sunderland ((eds.) The key NTFP’s of Central Africa: a state-of-the-knowledge. USAID Technical Paper No. 122. pp 163-173. http://pdf.dec.org/pdf_docs/Pnada851.pdf
     
  34. Sunderland, T.C.H.2003. The rattans of West and Central Africa: an overview. In: T.C.H. Sunderland & J.P. Profizi (eds.) New research on African rattans. International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR) Proceedings No, 9. Beijing, China. pp 5-16. http://www.inbar.int/publication/pubdetail.asp?publicid=124
     
  35. Sunderland, T.C.H. & J.P. Nkefor. 2003. Technology transfer between Asia and Africa: rattan cultivation and processing. In: T.C.H. Sunderland & J.P. Profizi (eds.) New research on African rattans. International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR) Proceedings No. 9. Beijing, China. pp 79-90. http://www.inbar.int/publication/pubdetail.asp?publicid=124
     
  36. Sunderland, T.C.H., L. Defo, N. Ndam, M. Dione & I. Tamnjong. 2003. A socio-economic profile of the rattan trade in Cameroon. In: T.C.H. Sunderland & J.P. Profizi (eds.) New research on African rattans. International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR) Proceedings No. 9. Beijing, China. pp 115-140. http://www.inbar.int/publication/pubdetail.asp?publicid=124
     
  37. Sunderland-Groves, J.L., T.C.H. Sunderland, J.A. Comiskey, J.S.O. Ayeni & M. Mdaihli. 2003. The Takamanda Forest Reserve, Cameroon. In: J.A. Comiskey, T.C.H. Sunderland & J.L. Sunderland-Groves (eds.). Takamanda: the biodiversity of an African rainforest. Smithsonian Institution’s Monitoring and Assessment of Biodiversity Program. Washington DC.Vol. 8. pp 1-7. http://nationalzoo.si.edu/ConservationAndScience/MAB/researchprojects/appliedconservation/westafrica/takamanda.cfm
     
  38. Sunderland, T.C.H.J.A. Comiskey, S. Besong, H. Mboh, J. Fonwebon & M.A. Dione. 2003. The vegetation of the Takamanda Forest Reserve, Cameroon. In: J.A. Comiskey, T.C.H. Sunderland & J.L. Sunderland-Groves (eds.) Takamanda: the biodiversity of an African rainforest. Smithsonian Institution’s Monitoring and Assessment of Biodiversity Program. Washington DC. Vol. 8. pp 19-54. http://nationalzoo.si.edu/ConservationAndScience/MAB/researchprojects/appliedconservation/westafrica/takamanda.cfm
     
  39. Sunderland, T.C.H., S. Besong & J.S.O. Ayeni. 2003. Distribution, utilisation and sustainability of the non-timber forest products of the Takamanda Forest Reserve. In: J.A. Comiskey, T.C.H. Sunderland & J.L. Sunderland-Groves (eds.)Takamanda: the biodiversity of an African rainforest. Smithsonian Institution’s Monitoring and Assessment of Biodiversity Program. Washington DC. Vol. 8. pp 155-172. http://nationalzoo.si.edu/ConservationAndScience/MAB/researchprojects/appliedconservation/westafrica/takamanda.cfm
     
  40. Sunderland, T.C.H., J.L. Sunderland-Groves, J.A. Comiskey, J.S.O. Ayeni & M. Mdaihli. 2003. Future conservation and management of the Takamanda Forest Reserve, Cameroon. In: J.A. Comiskey, T.C.H. Sunderland & J.L. Sunderland-Groves (eds.) Takamanda: the biodiversity of an African rainforest. Smithsonian Institution’s Monitoring and Assessment of Biodiversity Program. Washington DC. Vol. 8. pp 181-182. http://nationalzoo.si.edu/ConservationAndScience/MAB/researchprojects/appliedconservation/westafrica/takamanda.cfm
     
  41. Sunderland, T.C.H., P.C. Blackmore, N. Ndam & J.P. Nkefor. 2002. The Conservation through Cultivation programme at the Limbe Botanic Garden. In: M. Maunder, C. Clubbe, C. Hankamer & M. Groves (eds.) Plant Conservation in the Tropics: Perspectives and Practice. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. pp 398-419. http://www.kewbooks.com/asps/ShowDetails.asp?id=386
     
  42. Sunderland, T.C.H., A.B. Cunningham, Z. Tchoundjeu, M.L. Ngo-Mpeck & S.A. Laird. 2002. Yohimbe (Pausinystalia johimbe). In: P. Shanley, A. Pierce, S. Laird & A. Guillen (eds.) Tapping the green market; certification and management of non-timber forest products.Earthscan. London. pp 215-224. http://www.cplbookshop.com/contents/C746.htm
     
  43. Sunderland, T.C.H. & J. Dransfield. 2002a. Rattans. In: P. Shanley, A. Pierce, S. Laird & A. Guillen (eds.) Tapping the green market; certification and management of non-timber forest products.Earthscan. London. pp 225-239. http://www.cplbookshop.com/contents/C746.htm
     
  44. Sunderland, T.C.H. & J. Dransfield. 2002b. Species profiles: rattans. In: J. Dransfield, F.O. Tesoro & N. Manokaran (eds) Rattan: current research issues and prospects for conservation and sustainable development. Food and Agriculture Organisation: Non-Wood Forest Products # 14. pp 9-22. http://www.fao.org/docrep/003/y2783e/y2783e00.HTM
     
  45. Sunderland, T.C.H.2002. Status of rattan resources and use in West and Central Africa. In: J. Dransfield, F.O. Tesoro & N. Manokaran (eds) Rattan: current research issues and prospects for conservation and sustainable development. Food and Agriculture Organisation: Non-Wood Forest Products # 14. pp 77-88. http://www.fao.org/docrep/003/y2783e/y2783e00.HTM
     
  46. Nkefor, N.P. N. Ndam, P.C. Blackmore & T.C.H. Sunderland. 1999.The Conservation through Cultivation Programme at the Limbe Botanic Garden: Achievements and Benefits. In: T.C.H. Sunderland, L. Clark & P. Vantomme (eds). 1999. The Non-Wood Forest Products of Central Africa: Current Research Issues and Prospects for Conservation and Development. Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO). Rome. pp 79-86. http://www.fao.org/docrep/003/y2783e/y2783e00.HTM
     
  47. Sunderland, T.C.H. & C. Obama. 1999. A Preliminary Market Survey of the Non-Wood Forest Products of Equatorial Guinea. In: T.C.H. Sunderland, L. Clark & P. Vantomme (eds). The Non-Wood Forest Products of Central Africa: Current Research Issues and Prospects for Conservation and Development. Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO). Rome. pp 211-220.  http://www.fao.org/docrep/003/y2783e/y2783e00.HTM
     
  48. Sunderland, T.C.H. M.-L. Ngo-Mpeck, Z. Tchoundjeu & A. Akoa. 1999. The Ecology and Sustainability of Pausinystalia johimbe. In: T.C.H. Sunderland, L. Clark & P. Vantomme (eds) The Non-Wood Forest Products of Central Africa: Current Research Issues and Prospects for Conservation and Development. Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO). Rome. pp 67-78. http://www.fao.org/docrep/X2161E/x2161e01.htm
     
  49. Sunderland, T.C.H. 1999a. New research into African Rattans: an important NWFP from the Forests of Central Africa. In: T.C.H. Sunderland, L. Clark & P. Vantomme (eds) The Non-Wood Forest Products of Central Africa: Current Research Issues and Prospects for Conservation and Development. Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO). Rome. pp 87-98. http://www.fao.org/docrep/X2161E/x2161e01.htm
     
  50. Sunderland, T.C.H. 1999b. Recent Research into African Rattans (Palmae): a valuable non-wood forest product from the forests of Central Africa. In: R. Bacilieri & S. Appanah (eds). Rattan Cultivation: Achievements, Problems and Prospects. CIRAD-Forêt & Forestry Research Institute of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpar. pp 227-236. http://publications.cirad.fr/une_notice.php?dk=189785
     
  51. Sunderland, T.C.H.& Ndam. 1999. The role of the Limbe Botanic Garden in the conservation and development of the Mount Cameroon region. In: D.H. Touchell & K.W. Dixon (eds). Conservation into the 21st Century. Kings Park Press, Australia. pp 277-286.
     
  52. Sunderland, T.C.H.& J. Dransfield. 1998. Palmae. In: S. Cable & M. Cheek (eds). The plants of Mount Cameroon: a conservation checklist. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. pp 179-180.http://www.kewbooks.com/asps/ShowDetails.asp?id=62
     
  53. Sunderland, T.C.H.1998. Equatorial Guinea - The State of the NWFP Sector. In: L. Clark & N. Tchamou (eds). Non-Wood Forest Products in Central Africa - A State of the Sector. Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE). Washington DC. 34pp. http://carpe.umd.edu/resources/Documents/proceedings-nwfp.pdf
     
  54. Sunderland, T.C.H. and N. Ndam. 1996. The Limbe Botanic Garden and medicinal plants. In: S. Laird (ed). The medicinal plants of the Limbe Botanic Garden. PresPrint, Limbe, Cameroon. pp 1-4. http://cameroun-foret.com/bibliotheque/9481

     

Journal articles

  • Forboseh, P., T. Sunderland, M. Balinga & J.A. Comiskey [in press] Tree population dynamics of three altitudinal vegetation communities on Mount Cameroon (1989-2004). Journal of Mountain Science.
     
  • Khan, S.R. S.A. Rahman & T. Sunderland. [in press] Commons becoming non-commons in the efforts for reconciliation between conservation and livelihoods: a case study from northern Pakistan. Journal of Horticulture and Forestry. Vol. 3.
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. [in review] A taxonomic revision of the rattans of Africa (Palmae: Calamoideae). Phytotaxa.
     
  • Rist, L., T. Sunderland, D. Sheil, O. Ndoye, N. Liswanti, J. Tieguhong & P. Shanley [in review] Conflict of use in tropical forests: a pantropical overview of the impacts of logging on non-timber forest product availability. Forest Ecology and Management.
     
  • Sunderland-Groves, J., D. Slayback, M. Balinga & T. Sunderland [in review] Impacts of co-management on western chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus) habitat and conservation in Nialama Classified Forest, Republic of Guinea: a satellite-derived perspective. Biodiversity and Conservation.
     
  • Pfund, J.L., J. Watts, S. Asaha, A. Boucard, R. Bullock, J.C. Castella, S. Dewi, L. Feintrenie, P. Levang, E. Pulos, S. Rantala, T. Sunderland & Z. Urech. [in review]. Agroforests in various landscape trajectories: how to maintain complex systems that mitigate the trade-offs between conservation and development? Environmental management.
     
  • Parmentier, I., R. Harrigan, W. Buermann, E. Mitchard, S. Saatchi, Y. Malhi, F. Bongers, W. Hawthorne, M. Leal, S. Lewis, L. Nusbaumer, D. Sheil, M. Sosef, A. Bakayoko, G. Chuyong, C. Chatelain, J. Comiskey, G. Dauby, J. Doucet, L. Gautier, J.F. Gillet, D. Kenfack, F. Kouamé, E. Kouassi, L. Kouka, M. Parren,. Peh, L. Poorter, J. Reitsma, B. Senterre, B. Sonké, T. Sunderland, M. Swaine, M. Tchouto, D. Thomas, J. Van Valkenburg & O. Hardy. 2011. Predicting alpha diversity of African rain forests: models based on climate and satellite-derived data do not perform better than a purely spatial model. Journal of Biogeography.
    http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/nc/online-library/browse/view-publication/publication/3342.html

  • Sunderland, T., M.G. Kibria, M.G., S.A. Rahman & A. Imtiaj. 2011. Depleting tropical forest at a landscape scale: finding solutions for Bangladesh. Journal of Biodiversity and Ecological Sciences 1(1) 53-63. http://www.jbes.ir/doc/2011-v1-i1/2011-V1-I1-5.pdf

  • Curran, B., T. Sunderland, F. Maisels, S. Asaha, M. Balinga, L. Defo, A. Dunn, K. von Loebenstein, J. Oates, P. Roth, P. Telfer and L. Usongo. 2010. 'Response to Is the displacement of people from parks only ‘purported’ or is it real? (Schmidt-Soltau 2009). Conservation and Society. 8(2): 99-102. http://www.conservationandsociety.org/article.asp?issn=0972-4923;year=2010;volume=8;issue=2;spage=99;epage=102;aulast=Curran
     
  • Blom, B., T.C.H. Sunderland & D. Murdyarso. 2010. Getting REDD to work locally: lessons learned from Integrated Conservation and Development Projects. Environmental Science & Policy. 13(2): 164-172. http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/nc/online-library/browse/view-publication/publication/2969.html

  • Sunderland, T.C.H., J.L. Sunderland-Groves, P. Shanley and B. Campbell. 2009. Bridging the gap: How can information access and exchange between conservation biologists and field practitioners be improved for better conservation outcomes? Biotropica. 41(5): 549-554. http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/nc/online-library/browse/view-publication/publication/2831.html

  • Curran, B., T. Sunderland, F. Maisels, J. Oates, S. Asaha, M. Balinga, L. Defo, A. Dunn, P. Telfer,  L. Usongo, K. von Loebenstein and P. Roth. 2009. Are Central Africa’s protected areas displacing hundreds of thousands of rural poor? Conservation and Society. 7(1): 30-45. http://www.conservationandsociety.org/article.asp?issn=0972-4923;year=2009;volume=7;issue=1;spage=30;epage=45;aulast=Curran
     
  • Sandker, M., B.M. Campbell, Z. Nzooh, T. Sunderland, V. Amougou, L. Defo & J. Sayer. 2009. Exploring the effectiveness of integrated conservation and development interventions in a Central African forest landscape. Biodiversity and Conservation. 18: 2875-2892. http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/nc/online-library/browse/view-publication/publication/2765.html

  • Lewis S.L., G. Lopez-Gonzalez, B. Sonké, K. Affum-Baffoe, T. Baker, L. Ojo, O. Phillips, J. Reitsma, L. White, J. Comiskey, C. Ewango, T. Feldpausch, A. Hamilton, E. Gloor, T. Hart, A Hladik, M.-N. Kamdem, J. Lloyd, J. Lovett, J.-R. Makana, Y. Malhi, F. Mbago,  H. Ndangalasi, J. Peacock, K. Peh, D. Sheil, T. Sunderland, M. Swaine, J. Taplin, D. Taylor, S. Thomas, R. Votere, H. Wöll. 2009. Increasing carbon storage in intact African tropical forests. Nature. 457: 1003-1007. http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v457/n7232/abs/nature07771.html

  • Sunderland, T.C.H. 2008. “Environmental Anthropology: a historical reader” by Michael Dove and Carol Carpenter (Book review). Journal of Ethnobiology. 28(2): 323-324. http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.2993/0278-0771-28.2.323?journalCode=etbi

  • Sunderland, T.C.H., M.P.B. Balinga, S. Asaha & R. Malleson. 2008. The utilization and management of African rattans: Constraints to sustainable supply through cultivation. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods. 38(4): 337-353. http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/nc/online-library/browse/view-publication/publication/2761.html

  • Malleson, R., S. Asaha, T. Sunderland, P. Burnham, M. Egot, K. Obeng-Okrah, I. Ukpe & W. Miles. 2008. A methodology for assessing rural livelihood strategies in West/Central Africa: lessons from the field. Ecological and Environmental Anthropology. 4(1): 1-12. http://eea.anthro.uga.edu/index.php/eea/article/view/57/52
     
  • Van Valkenberg, J.L.C.H. & T.C.H. Sunderland. 2008. A revision of the genus Podococcus (Arecaceae).  Kew Bulletin. 63: 251-260. http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/nc/online-library/browse/view-publication/publication/2547.html

  • Van Valkenberg, J.L.C.H. & T.C.H. Sunderland. 2008. A revision of the genus Sclerosperma (Arecaceae). Kew Bulletin. 63: 75-86. http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/nc/online-library/browse/view-publication/publication/2497.html

  • Sunderland, T.C.H., C. Ehringhaus & B.M. Campbell. 2008. Conservation and development in tropical forest landscapes: a time to face the trade-offs? Environmental Conservation. 34(4): 276-279. http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/nc/online-library/browse/view-publication/publication/2409.html
     
  • Parmentier, I., Y. Malhi, B. Senterre, R. J. Whittaker, A Alonso, M.P.B. Balinga, A. Bakayoko, F. Bongers, C. Chatelain, J. Comiskey, R. Cortay, M.-N. Kamdem, J.-L. Doucet, L. Gautier, W. D. Hawthorne, Y. Issembe, F. Kouamé, L. Kouka, M. Leal, J. Lejoly, S. Lewis, L. Nusbaumer, M. Parren, K. Peh, O. Phillips, L. Poorter, D. Sheil, B. Sonké, M. Sosef, T. Sunderland, J. Stropp, H. Ter Steege, M. Swaine, M. Tchouto, B. Van Gemerden, J. Van Valkenburg, H. Wöll. 2007. The odd man out? Might climate explain the lower tree alpha diversity of African rain forests relative to Amazonian rain forests. Journal of Ecology. 95: 1058-1071. http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/nc/online-library/browse/view-publication/publication/2293.html
     
  • Van Valkenberg, J., T.C.H. Sunderland, L. Ngok-Banak & Yves Issembé. 2007. Sclerosperma and Podococcus in Gabon. Palms. 50(2). 77-83. http://www.palms.org/palmsjournal/2007/v51n2p77-83.pdf
     
  • Forboseh, P., N.M. Eno & T.C.H. Sunderland. 2007. The relative importance of five Cameroon-Nigeria transboundary forests for large mammals. Oryx. 41(2): 255-262. http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/nc/online-library/browse/view-publication/publication/2259.html
     
  • Pérez, M.R., B. Belcher, R. Achdiawan, M. Alexiades, C. Aubertin, J. Caballero, B. Campbell, C. Clement, A. Cunningham, A. Fantini, H. De Foresta, C.G. Fernandez, K.H. Gautam, P. Martinez, W. De Jong, K. Kusters, M. Kutty, C. Lopez, M. Fu, M. Martinez, T. Nair, O. Ndoye, R. Ocampo, N. Rai, M. Ricker, K. Schrekenberg, S. Shackleton, P. Shanley, T. Sunderland & Y. Youn. 2004. Markets drive the specialisation strategies for forest peoples. Ecology and Society. 9(2): 4  http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol9/iss2/art4
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. 2004. Ant and rattan associations in the forests of tropical Africa. Ghana Journal of Forestry. Vol. 15 & 16: 13-20. http://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjf/article/view/36897
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. 2003a. Two new species of rattan (Palmae: Calamoideae) from the forests of West and Central Africa. Kew Bulletin. 58:987-990. http://www.jstor.org/pss/4111214
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. 2003b. Two new species of rattan (Palmae: Calamoideae) from Africa. World Bamboo and Rattan. 1(2): 24-27.
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. 2002a. Two new species of rattan (Palmae: Calamoideae) from Africa. Journal of Bamboo and Rattan. 1(4): 361-369. http://www.dfid.gov.uk/R4D/SearchResearchDatabase.asp?OutputID=14183
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. 2002b. Hapaxanthy and pleonanthy in African rattans. Journal of Bamboo and Rattan 1(2): 28-42. http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/vsp/jbr/2002/00000001/00000002/art00005
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. & T. Morakinyo. 2002. Nypa fruticans, a weed in West Africa. Palms. 46(3): 154-155.  http://www.palms.org/palmsjournal/2002/vol46n3p154-155.pdf
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H., M.P.B. Balinga & J. Groves. 2002. The cane bridges of the Takamanda region, Cameroon. Palms. 46(2): 93-95. http://www.dfid.gov.uk/r4d/PDF/Outputs/Forestry/vol46n2p93-95.pdf
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. 2001. Rattan resources and use in West and Central Africa. Unasylva 52(205): 18-26. http://www.fao.org/DOCREP/003/X9923E/x9923e08.htm
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H., Z. Tchoundjeu & M.L. Ngo-Mpeck. 2000. The exploitation of Pausinystalia johimbe. Medicinal Plant Conservation 6: 21-23. http://cmsdata.iucn.org/downloads/mpc6.pdf
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. & C. Tako. 2000. The exploitation of Prunus africana on the island of Bioko, Equatorial Guinea. Medicinal Plant Conservation 6: 18-20. http://cmsdata.iucn.org/downloads/mpc6.pdf
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. & J.P. Nkefor. 1997. Conservation through cultivation, a case study: the propagation of Prunus africana. Tropical Agriculture Association Newsletter. December. pp 5-13.
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. 1996. Botanic Gardens and Benefit Sharing. Biological Resources. 1(2): 10-13. http://www.nextdaysite.net/bioresourses/!02benef.htm
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. & N. Ndam. 1995a. The Mount Cameroon Project: Limbe Botanic Garden & Herbarium.Biodiversity and Conservation. 4: 440-441. http://www.springerlink.com/content/h471614k82p28r2h/
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. & N. Ndam. 1995b. The Limbe Botanic Garden, Cameroon. Biological Conservation. No. 140: 2-3.
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. & N. Ndam. 1995c. Note on Mount Cameroon. Mountain Protected Areas Update. September.
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. 1993. Medicinal Plants and Conservation in Cameroon. Earthwatch Earthcorps. No. 137: September.

On-line publications

  • M.P.B. Balinga, M. Sainge, E. Fombod, T.C.H. Sunderland, C. Sakwe and S. Asaha. 2006. A preliminary assessment of the vegetation of the Dzanga-Sangha Protected Area Complex, Central African Republic. A report for the Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE).
    http://carpe.umd.edu/resources/Documents/Final%20Dzanga-Sanga%20report.pdf/view
     
  • T.C.H. Sunderland. 2006. A biodiversity assessment of the Monte Mitra forest, Monte Alen National Park, Equatorial Guinea. A report for the Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE).
    http://carpe.umd.edu/resources/Documents/SI_MonteMitraGabon_TechnicalRpt_Nov2005.pdf
     
  • M.P.B. Balinga, T.C.H. Sunderland, G. Walters, Y. Issembe, E. Fombod and S. Asaha. 2006. A vegetation assessment of the Waka National Park, Gabon. A report for the Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE). http://carpe.umd.edu/resources/Documents/SI_WakaNPGabon_Rpt_Nov2006.pdf/view
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. and M.P.B. Balinga. 2005. A preliminary vegetation assessment of the Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park, Congo (French version). A report for the Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE). http://carpe.umd.edu/resources/Documents/rpt_smithsonian_ndoki_june05_french.pdf/view
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H., G. Walters and Yves Issembe. 2004. Etude preliminaire de la vegetation du parc national de Mbe, Monts de Cristal, Gabon. A report for the Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE). http://carpe.umd.edu/resources/Documents/rpt_smithsonian_mt_cristal_june04_french.pdf/view
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H., G. Walters and Yves Issembe. 2004. A preliminary vegetation assessment of the Mbé National Park, Monts de Cristal, Gabon. A report for the Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE). http://carpe.umd.edu/resources/Documents/rpt_smithsonian_mt_cristal_june04.pdf
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. and P. Tchouto. 1999. A participatory survey and inventory of timber and non-timber forest products of the Mokoko River. Report for Intermediate Result 1/CARPE. http://www.irmgt.com/pdf/carpe%20consultants%20reports/Sunderland20report.pdf
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H. and C.T. Tako. 1999. The exploitation of Prunus Africana on the island of Bioko, Equatorial Guinea. A Report for the People and Plants Initiative, WWF-Germany and the IUCN/SSC Medicinal Plant Specialist Group http://www.ggcg.st/bioko/bioko_prunus.htm
     
  • Sunderland, T.C.H., B. Jaff, J. Jato and N. Ndam. 1996. Bioprospecting: The Case of Bioresources Development and Conservation Programme – Cameroon.
    http://www.earthwatch.org/site/pp.asp?c=crLQK3PHLsF&b=480019
     
  • Report of internship to Limbe Botanic Garden, Cameroon
    http://www.kewguild.org.uk/static/awards/1990/055.htm

SELECTED MEDIA COVERAGE OF RESEARCH OUTPUTS:

  • CIFOR Blog
    http://blog.cifor.org/author/terrysunderland/
     
  • Watch Out, Jakarta’s Trees Are Especially Easy to Topple
    http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/environment/watch-out-jakartas-trees-are-especially-easy-to-topple/432550
     
  • Biodiversity and food security (International Year of Biodiversity 2010)
    http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/Headlines/Biodiversity+-+Variety+is+the+essence+of+life.htm
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0D9ljbqI1Mk
    http://wn.com/terry_sunderland,_cifor_senior_scientist
     
  • Biodiversity loss
    http://bataviase.co.id/node/303352
     
  • Agar Program Konservasi Jalan Libatkanlah Masyarakat Lokal
    http://www.tribunnews.com/2010/07/18/agar-program-konservasi-jalan-libatkanlah-masyarakat-lokal
     
  • Forest trees are getting bigger and absorbing more carbon
    http://www.forestsclimatechange.org/highlight6.html
     
  • Deforestation threatens food security and human health
    http://tropicalbiodiversity.wordpress.com/2010/07/21/threats-to-food-security-and-human-health/
     
  • REDD+ and Biodiversity Conservation http://www.katoombagroup.org/events/vietnam_2010/agenda.php
     
  • Don’t forget human rights in conservation
    http://www.iucn.org/about/work/programmes/social_policy/sp_resources/?3533/Dont-forget-human-rights-in-conservation
     
  • Biodiversity Bukan Sekadar Soal Harimau
    http://www.rotanindonesia.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=999:biodiversity-bukan-sekadar-soal-harimau&catid=46:lingkungan&Itemid=60
     
  • Indonesia facing crisis over loss of species – scientists
    http://in.reuters.com/article/2010/07/20/idINIndia-50265920100720
     
  • Panduan Restorasi Bentang Alam di Indonesia
    http://www.forestlandscaperestoration.org/media/uploads/File/Indonesia/RESTORASI%20BENTANG%20ALAM%20INDONESIA.pdf
     
  • A Special report on forests: The Economist
    http://www.economist.com/node/17062663
     
  • To what extent can payments for forest environmental services be pro-poor?: http://www.iisd.ca/ymb/forest/iufro/iufroxxiii/html/ymbvol178num3e.html
     
  • BBC Earth Report: Rattan to grow and NTFP’s: Coverage of rattan promotion and development shown on BBC World April 2004.
    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xeywrm_growing-rattan-industry-in-cameroon_tech
    http://www.123people.co.uk/ext/frm?ti=personensuche%20telefonbuch&search_term=terry%20sunderland&search_country=GB&st=suche%20nach%20personen&target_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bukisa.com%2Fvideos%2F361636_growing-rattan-industry-in-cameroon§ion=video&wrt_id=68
    http://www.handsontv.info/series5/source_to_sale_reports/02_Source%20to%20Sale_mm/Rattan%20to%20Grow%20pdf.pdf
    http://www.handsontv.info/series5/source_to_sale_reports/02_Source%20to%20Sale_mm/Money%20Grows%20on%20Trees%20pdf.pdf
     
  • Rattans help rehabilitation of prisoners:
    http://www.etfrn.org/etfrn/resource/frp_pub/prunings2003low.pdf
     
  • Increasing carbon storage in intact African tropical forests
    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2009/02/25/carbon-absorbing-tropical-forests-a-potential-gold-mine.html

     

SELECTED SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATIONS

  1. Sunderland, T.C.H. Linking great apes and poverty alleviation: the case of orangutans in SE Asia. Paper presented to the IIED workshop: Linking conservation of great apes and poverty alleviation, Masindi, Uganda 15th-19th November 2010.
     
  2. Sunderland, T.C.H. Co-convener and Chair: Landscape approaches to conservation and development: principles and guidelines. Side event organized at COP 10 of the Convention of Biodiversity (CBD, Nagoya, 22nd October 2010.
     
  3. Sunderland, T.C.H. Co-convener and Chair: To what extent can payments for forest environmental services be pro-poor? Side event organized at COP 10 of the Convention of Biodiversity (CBD, Nagoya, 25th October 2010.
     
  4. Rist, L., N. Liswanti, T. Sunderland, D. Sheil, O. Ndoye, J. Tieguhung, P. Shanley.  Conflict of Use in Tropical Forests: The Impacts of Logging on Non-timber Forest Product Availability. Tropentag Conference, Zurich, 15th September 2010
     
  5. Sunderland, T.C.H. Co-convener and Chair: Improving livelihoods through research and action in biodiversity-rich tropical landscapes. Side event at the IUFRO World Forestry Congress, 23rd August 2010.
     
  6. Minter, T. G. Persoon, J. van der Ploeg & T. Sunderland. Indigenous peoples' participation in protected area management. The Agta and the Northern Sierra Madre Natural Park, the Philippines." Paper presented at the workshop Indigenous peoples and natural resource management. Towards new forms of governance.
    Organized by the Australia-Netherlands Research Collaboration program, Bali, Indonesia, July 26-28 2010.
     
  7. Sunderland, T.C.H. Biodiversity and food security. Paper presented at the Association for Tropical
    Biodiversity and Conservation Annual Meeting, Bali Indonesia 19-14 July 2010.
     
  8. Cunningham, A.B. & Sunderland, T.C.H. Barking up the wrong tree? Conservation, CITES and controls on commercial trade in Prunus africana bark. Paper presented at the Association for Tropical Biodiversity and Conservation Annual Meeting, Bali Indonesia 19-14 July 2010.
     
  9. Minter, T. T. Sunderland, G. Persoon & R. Schefold. Hunter-gatherers' health in the Northern Sierra Madre Natural Park, the Philippines. Paper presented at the Association for Tropical Biodiversity and Conservation Annual Meeting, Bali Indonesia 19-14 July 2010.
     
  10. Sunderland-Groves, J. D. Slayback, M. Balinga & T.C.H. SunderlandImpacts of co-management on Western chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus) habitat and conservation in Nialama Classified Forest, Republic of Guinea: A satellite-derived perspective.Paper presented at the Association for Tropical Biodiversity and Conservation Annual Meeting, Bali Indonesia 19-14 July 2010.
     
  11. Anderson, Z., Hirsch, P., O’Connor, S., Sunderland, T.C.H. Integrating Problem Formulation in Tools, Methods and Approaches for Articulating Trade-offs in Conservation and Development: The case of Cat Tien National Park. Poster presented presented at the Association for Tropical Biodiversity and Conservation Annual Meeting, Bali Indonesia 19-14 July 2010.
     
  12. Sunderland, T.C.H. REDD+ and biodiversity conservation: opportunities and constraints. Paper presented to the Katoomba XVII Meeting, Taking the lead: payments for ecosystem services in SE Asia. Hanoi, Vietnam 23-24 June, 2010.
     
  13. Minter T., V. de Brabander, J. van der Ploeg, G. Persoon and T. Sunderland. Hunter-gatherers and extractive industries. Indigenous peoples and Free and Prior Informed Consent in the Philippines. Paper presented at the conference on Indigenous Peoples in Southeast Asia and Pacific Islands: New Laws and Discourses, New Realities? Organized by the International Institute for Asian Studies,  Leiden, the Netherlands, May 18th 2010.
     
  14. Sunderland, T.C.H. Biodiversity research in SE Asia: An ongoing and planned agenda at CIFOR. Paper presented to the 4th GEOSS Asia-Pacific Symposium, Bali, Indonesia, 10-12 March, 2010.
     
  15. Sunderland, T.C.H. Biodiversity and economics. Paper presented at the at the UNDP workshop: Reporting green: the environment as news. Bali, Indonesia, 21-22 February, 2010.
     
  16. Sunderland, T.C.H. Expert panelist at the UNDP workshop: Reporting green: the environment as news. Bali, Indonesia, 21-22 February, 2010 (Fellow panelists included Nobel Laureate Wangiri Ma’athai and Achim Steiner).
     
  17. Sunderland, T.C.H. and J.L. Pfund. Information needs for assessing and analysing landscape-scale contexts: Experiences from research projects. Paper presented at the side event: Biodiversity in Forest Landscapes: Conservation and Sustainable Communities World Forestry Congress, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 2009.
     
  18. Sunderland, T.C.H. Rights-based approaches: exploring issues and opportunities for conservation. Paper presented at the side event organized by the IUCN International Law Centre (ELC), World Forestry Congress, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 2009.
     
  19. Sunderland, T.C.H. and J.L. Pfund. Information needs for assessing and analysing landscape-scale contexts: Experiences from research projects. Paper presented at the DIVERSITAS Symposium: Research for adaptive management of biodiversity rich tropical landscape mosaics. Cape Town, South Africa. October 2009.
     
  20. Sunderland, T.C.H. Rights-based approaches: exploring issues and opportunities for conservation. Paper presented at the Society for Conservation Biology Annual Meeting, Beijing, China. July 2009.
     
  21. Sunderland, T.C.H. Synergies and trade-offs between biodiversity conservation and local livelihood development in Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos. Paper presented at the National Workshop on Linkages of Forest Protection, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction - Issues and Approaches in Vietnam. Hanoi, Vietnam, March 2009.
     
  22. Campbell, B., T. Sunderland, L. Preece and M. Ruiz Perez. The how, what and why of conservation & development trade-offs: the case of the Lower Mekong. Paper presented to the IUCN World Conservation Congress, Barcelona, Spain. October 2008.
     
  23. Sunderland, T.C.H. Ecosystem approaches: some general principles. Paper presented at the Tri-National de la Sangha Annual Workshop, Bayanga, Central African Republic. June 2008.
     
  24. Sunderland, T.C.H.. A methodology for assessing rural livelihood strategies in West/Central Africa: lessons from the field. Paper presented to the Poverty and Environment Network International Workshop, Barcelona, Spain. January 2008.
     
  25. Sunderland, T.C.H. Key note address: Utilisation and development of non-timber forest products: a global assessment and implications for SE Asia. Paper presented at the China-ASEAN Forestry Cooperation Forum, Nanning, China. October 2007.
     
  26. Sunderland, T.C.H., J. Sunderland-Groves, R. Fotso, A. Nchanji, A. Nicholas, E. Goetz, B. Argoli and F. Stenmanns. The integration of livelihood needs and human welfare in the management of protected areas: the case of the Takamanda Forest Reserve, South West Cameroon. Paper presented at the Society for Conservation Biology Annual Meeting, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. July 2007.
     
  27. Sunderland, T.C.H. The biodiversity and management of the Takamanda Forest Reserve, South-West Cameroon. Paper presented to the XVIII AETFAT Congress, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. April 2003.
     
  28. Sunderland, T.C.H., R. Malleson, S. Asaha, K. Obeng-Okrah, M. Egot and I. Ukpe. The importance of rattan cane for rural livelihoods in West and Central Africa: implications for community-based management and national legislation. Poster presented to the International Conference on Rural Livelihoods, Forests and Biodiversity, Bonn, Germany. May 2003.
     
  29. Sunderland, T.C.H., R. Malleson-Amadi,S. Asaha, K. Obeng-Okrah, M. Egot and I. Ukpe. The importance of rattan cane for rural and urban livelihoods in West & Central Africa: Implications for conservation and development. Paper presented to the XVIII AETFAT Congress, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. April 2003.
  30. Sunderland, T.C.H. M. Balinga and S. Asaha. Rattan cultivation, processing and transformation: new technologies and recent advances in West and Central Africa. Paper presented at the Cameroon Biosciences Meeting, Limbe, Cameroon. December 2000.
  31. Sunderland, T.C.H. and Okon Isoni. A review of the non-timber forest product sector of Cross River State, Nigeria. Paper presented at the Cameroon Biosciences Meeting, Limbe, Cameroon. December 2000.
     
  32. Sunderland, T.C.H. Status of rattan resources and use in West and Central Africa. Paper presented to the FAO Expert Consultation on Rattan Development, Rome, Italy. December 2000.
     
  33. Sunderland, T.C.H. and J.A. Comiskey. Quantitative ethnobotany in Cameroon: a comparison between logged forest and unlogged forest. Paper presented at the International Expert Meeting of Non-Wood Forest Products, Limbe Cameroon. July 2000.
     
  34. Sunderland, T.C.H. The rattans of Africa: an overview. Paper presented at the International Expert Meeting on the Rattans of Africa, Limbe, Cameroon. February 2000.
     
  35. Sunderland, T.C.H. and J.P. Nkefor. Technology transfer between Asia and Africa: rattan cultivation and processing. Paper presented at the International Expert Meeting on the Rattans of Africa, Limbe, Cameroon. February 2000.
     
  36. Sunderland, T.C.H. L. Defo, N. Ndam, M. Abwe and I. Tamnjong. A socio-economic profile of the commercial rattan trade in Cameroon. Paper presented at the International Expert Meeting on the Rattans of Africa, Limbe, Cameroon. February 2000.
     
  37. Sunderland, T.C.H. Recent research on African rattans (Palmae): a high value non-wood forest product from the forests of Central Africa. Paper presented at the International Expert Meeting on Non-Wood Forest Products in Central Africa, Limbe, Cameroon. May 1998.
     
  38. Sunderland, T.C.H. New research on African rattans. Paper presented to the Society of Economic Botany’s Annual Meeting, Aarhus, Denmark. July 2007.
     
  39. T.C.H. Sunderland and J.P. Nkefor. Conservation through cultivation a case study: the propagation of Prunus africana. Paper presented to the Tropical Agriculture Association’s Biennial Seminar, Oxford. September 1997.
     
  40. Laird, S.A. and T.C.H. Sunderland. The Over-lapping Uses of Medicinal Species in South West Province, Cameroon: Implications for Forest Management. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Economic Botany London. June 1996.
     
  41. Sunderland, T.C.H. and N. Ndam. The role of the Limbe Botanic Garden in the conservation and development of the Mount Cameroon region. Paper presented to the South African Association of Botanists (SAAB). Stellenbosch, South Africa. February 1996.

 

EXTERNAL REVIEWER

  • Advances in Economic Botany
  • African Journal of Ecology
  • Biodiversity and Conservation
  • Climate Policy
  • Conservation Biology
  • Conservation Letters
  • Conservation & Society
  • Ecology & Society
  • Economic Botany
  • Environmental Conservation
  • Environmental Management
  • Forests Trees & Livelihoods
  • Ghana Journal of Forestry
  • International Forestry Review
  • International Journal of Social Forestry
  • Journal of Applied Ecology
  • Journal of Ethnobiology
  • Journal of Tropical Forest Science
  • Palms
  • Society and Natural Resources

 

CURRENT AND RECENT RESEARCH POSITIONS

  • Member of Charles Darwin University’s Register of Supervisors (2010-2015)
  • Area Leader (Africa), IUCN Species Survival Commission’s Palm Specialist Group (2006-present)
  • Honorary Research Associate; Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (2000 to present)
  • Research Associate, Department of Conservation and Research, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution (2003-present)
  • Research Associate, Limbe Botanic Garden, Cameroon (2001 to 2006)
  • Honorary Research Fellow, Department of Anthropology, University College, London (2000-2005)

 

CURRENT AND RECENT RESEARCH FUNDING

  1. United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFW) Great Ape Protection Fund: Status and conservation of the West African chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus) in the Mano River Region, West Africa (June 2009-June 2010): $50,500 (Task Manager)
     
  2. CGIAR-Canada Linkage Fund (CCLF): Developing More Effective Methods for Assessing Conservation and Livelihoods Outcomes in Forest Landscapes (September 2008-August 2011): $225,000 Canadian dollars (joint Principal Investigator)
     
  3. USAID, Landscape Management for Improved Livelihoods (LAMIL), Guinea (October 2006-September 2009): $3.5 million (Scientific Advisor)
     
  4. Swiss Development Co-operation (SDC): Integrating Livelihoods and Multiple Biodiversity Values in Landscape Mosaics (April 2008-March 2011): $650,000 (member of multi-disciplinary team and site leader for Cameroon)
     
  5. MacArthur Foundation: Losing less and winning more: building capacity to go beyond the trade-offs in conservation and development in the Lower Mekong (June 2006 to May 2009): US$200,000 (Project Leader)
     
  6. UNDP Vietnam: Harmonizing Poverty Reduction and Environmental Goals in Policy and Planning for Sustainable Development (January – December 2007): US$194,000 (member of multi-disciplinary team)
     
  7. Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE), through the Smithsonian Institution: Capacity building for science-based conservation of the Congo Basin: (October 2003 to September 2006): US$306,800 (Project Leader)
     
  8. United States Fish and Wildlife Service (Elephant Protection Fund): Monitoring and protection of the forest elephant (Loxodonta cyclotis) in the Banyang-Mbo Wildlife Sanctuary, Cameroon (July 2005-June 2006): US$40,100 (Project Leader)
     
  9. MacArthur Foundation: Biodiversity survey and capacity-building for integrated landscape management along the Cameroon-Nigeria border (July 2004 to June 2007): US$255,490 (Project Leader for Cameroon)
     
  10. Forestry Research Programme of the UK’s Department for International Development:: (R7636E) A socially differentiated overview of the importance of NTFP’s in Cameroon and Nigeria (project extension to R7636). (June 2003 to May 2004): £114,884 (Project Manager)
     
  11. Smithsonian Institution’s Man and the Biosphere Programme: A multi-taxa assessment of the Takamanda Forest Reserve, Cameroon (September 2000 to August 2001): US$25,000 (Project Leader)
     
  12. Forestry Research Programme of the UK’s Department for International Development:: R7636 The Development and Promotion of African rattans; an ecological and socio-economic approach. (June 2000 to May 2003): £294,748 (Project Manager)
     
  13. International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR): The Taxonomy of African Rattans (March 1999 to March 2000): US$30,000 (Project Manager)
     
  14. Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE): Technology transfer between Malaysia and Central Africa – rattan cultivation and processing (June to December 1999): US$12,000 (Project Manager)
     
  15. Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE): A monograph of Pausinystalia johimbe (in collaboration with Tony Cunningham of the People and Plants Initiative) (June-December 1999): US$15,000 
     
  16. Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE): Information gathering on African rattans and a state-of-the-knowledge report (June to December 1999): US$12,000
     
  17. Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE): Information gathering on African rattans and a state-of-the-knowledge report (June to December 1999): US$12,000
     
  18. Central African Regional Programme for the Environment (CARPE): The Taxonomy, Ecology and Utilisation of African Rattans (January 1998 to December 1999):US$29,500
     
  19. United States Forest Service International Programmes: The Taxonomy, Ecology and Utilisation of African Rattans (January 1998 to December 1999): US$29,500

 

ACADEMIC SUPERVISION

CIFOR’s Poverty and Environment Network http://www.cifor.cgiar.org/pen/_ref/home/index.htm
I co-supervise the livelihoods-based field research of the following students:

  • Marie-Therese Ndiaye (University of Rio de Janeiro): Senegal
  • Sylvanus Abua (University of Jos, Nigeria): Cross River State, Nigeria
  • Khaled Misbahuzzaman (Chittagong University, Bangladesh): Bangladesh
  • Syed Ajijur Rahman (University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh): Bangladesh
  • Shibu Prasad Kar (Pennsylvania State University, USA): Bangladesh
  • Diao Giap (Flora and Fauna International), Cat Ba Island, Vietnam

Other student supervision:

  1. Rahman, S.A. 2010-present. Increasing tree cover in agricultural landscapes: What is the trade-off amongst different ecosystem services? University of Wales, Bangor and CIFOR
     
  2. James, R. 2009-present. The impacts of international NGO support for protected areas in developing countries. PhD research, Charles Darwin University, Australia and CIFOR.
     
  3. Ani Nawir, 2008-present. Strategies to enhance the implementation of small-scale commercial tree-growing in Indonesia. PhD research. Australian National University.
     
  4. Preece, L. 2006-present. Integrated conservation and development projects: synergies and trade-offs between development and biodiversity conservation in the Lower Mekong. PhD research, Charles Darwin University, Australia and CIFOR.
     
  5. Kouakou, L. 2006-2008. Le gestion durable des rotins de Côte d’Ivoire. MSc Thése. Universitaire de Science Agronomique de Gembloux, Belgium.
     
  6. Itamouna, R. M. 2006. Caracteristiques Des Nids De Chimpanzés Au Sud Du Sanctuaire De Faune De Banyang-Mbo Province Du Sud-Ouest. Mémoire de fin d’étude, Diplôme D’Ingénieur des Eaux, Forêts et Chasse, Departement De Foresterie Faculté D’agronomie Et Des Sciences Agricoles, Université De Dschang, Cameroon.
     
  7. Kum, Constance. 2005. Community participation in the conservation of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) in the Banyang-Mbo Wildlife Sanctuary, Cameroon. Pre-professional internship report. National Forestry School Mbalmayo.
     
  8. Wirba, Emmanuel. 2005. Poaching and anti-poaching in the Banyang-Mbo Wildlife Sanctuary, Cameroon. Pre-professional internship report.  National Forestry School Mbalmayo.
     
  9. Louanga, A.F.H. 2005. Etude des characteristiques socio-economique de produits forestieres non-ligneux dans quatre localities frontières de Nigeria. Mémoire de fin d’étude, Diplôme D’Ingénieur des Eaux, Forêts et Chasse, Departement De Foresterie Faculté D’agronomie Et Des Sciences Agricoles, Université De Dschang, Cameroon.
     
  10. Ndioro, E.J.P. 2003. Effet de l’introduction du Cecropia peltata au Jardin Botanique de Limbe sur l’ecosysteme. Mémoire de fin d’étude, Diplôme D’Ingénieur des Eaux, Forêts et Chasse, Departement De Foresterie Faculté D’agronomie Et Des Sciences Agricoles, Université De Dschang, Cameroon.
     
  11. Mboh, H. 2001. A vegetation assessment of the Takamanda Forest Reserve, Cameroon and a comparison between the Campo Ma’an and Ejagham Forest Reserves. Memoir presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Diploma of ‘Ingenieur des Eaux, Forets, et Chasse’, University of Dschang, Cameroon.
     
  12. Scales, I. 2001. The moabi tree (Baillonella toxisperma): use and conflicts in the Mokoko River Forest Reserve, South West Cameroon. Dissertation submitted for the degree of MSc in Anthroplogy and Ecology of Development. University of London, UK.            

 

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