What's new- A Palm Leaf for RIFFEAC: “La revue scientifique et techinique Foret et environnement du Bassin du Congo, Vol. 1, 62 p” (Scientific and technical journal of the Congo Basin Forests and Environment Vol 1, 62 pgs.)

 

Featured in the journal : An editorial by His Excellency Raymond Mbitikon, COMIFAC Executive Secretary and flagship titles: ( 1) Environmental impact of overuse of chemical fertilizers and pesticides in market gardening ... (2) Contribution of remote sensing and GIS in the characterization of specific habitats ... (3) modeling visco-elastic parameters ... (4) State of fisheries south of Lake Mai-Ndombe (5 ) Helping to enhance forest management monitoring and evaluation tools...

 

Please download : La revue scientifique et techinique Foret et environnement du Bassin du Congo, Vol. 1,  62 p

 

HEADINGS
 

Page 6: Environmental impact of overuse of chemical fertilizers and pesticides in market gardening in Bamenda, Cameroon.
 

 Page 23: Contribution of remote sensing and GIS in the characterization of specific forest habitats South- west of the RCA based on the concept of high conservation value forests (HCVF)
 

 Page 40: Modeling of visco-elastic parameters of teak and ebony using a two-coefficient power model.

 Page 52: State of fisheries south of Lake Mai-Ndombe
 

 Page 62: Helping to enhance forest management monitoring and evaluation tools in Cameroon
 

 Page 71: Capacity building for sustainable management of tropical rain forests and biodiversity conservation in ITTO-member Congo Basin countries

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