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Participatory action research as a tool for community development : experiences from Northwestern Ghana
This study reports on a community development project conducted in Charia, a small village in northwestern Ghana. The primary intent of the study was to field-test the participatory action research approach of actively ...
Analysis of hierarchical characteristics of landscapes in Ontario : detecting emergent levels of organizaton
Hierarchy theory suggests that complex systems such as ecosystems will develop hierarchical structure that can be reflected in multiple emergent levels of organization in landscape patterning. Emergent levels of organization ...
Growth and yield of teak (Tectona grandis Linn F.) plantations in Northern Ghana
Teak (Tectona grandis Linn F.) is a popular exotic species in Ghana, widely grown in industrial plantations and small scale community woodlots. In spite of its importance, limited information exists on the growth and ...
Forest soil characteristics and variability under teak (Tectona grandis Linn.F) plantations and natural forests in Ashanti Region, Ghana
The variability of forest soil properties and the number of samples required to achieve desired levels of precision for estimation of property means have received little attention in the tropics. Highly variable forest ...