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The Ghana Journal of Forestry (ISSN 0855-1707) is published by the Forestry Research Institute of Ghana. The journal publishes scientific articles concerned with forest management and conservation, and in particular the application of biological, ecological and social knowledge to the management of forests. The scope of the journal includes the global forest ecosystem.
The journal aims to encourage communication between scientists in disparate fields which share a common interest in ecology and natural resources management, and to bridge the gap between research workers and forest managers in the field to the benefit of both.

Vol 27, No 2 (2011)

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Implementing timber legality assurance regime in Ghana: a review of stakeholders concerns and current institutional constraints EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Kwame Antwi Oduro, Victor Kwame Agyeman, Kwame Gyan
Steam bending qualities of eight timber species of Ghana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Joshua Ayarkwa, Francis Wilson Owusu, Kwame Appiah
Companion planting of insect repellent plants with khaya ivorensis and its impact on growth and hypsipyla shoot borer attack of the host species EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Paul Pinnock Bosu, Elvis Nkrumah
Occurrence and control of paper mulberry (broussonetia papyrifera) in southern Ghana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mary Apetorgbor, Paul Pinnock Bosu
Wildfires as dominant force driving farming systems in the forest transition zone of Ghana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Lucy Amissah, Boateng Kyereh, Victor Kwame Agyeman
Comparative analysis of poverty incidence and patterns in the forest and savanna zones of Ghana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Adelaide Agyeman, Nathan Nsowah-Nuamah, Francis Oduro
Carving out indigenous tree species to sustain rural livelihood EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Elizabeth Asantewaa Obeng, John Mensah, Sarah Pentsil
Machining characteristics of khaya senegalensis and anogeisus leiocarpus EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Francis Wilson Owusu, Joshua Ayarkwa
Ghana Journal of Forestry: trend, challenges and way forward EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Kennedy kwasi Asamoah, Naomi Akosua Appiah, Bukari Daramani


ISSN: 0855-1707
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