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Marketing of non-wood forest products in the humid forest zone of Cameroon

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The Central African tropical humid forest covers 280 million ha and is the largest of its kind in the world after the Amazon (Talbott, 1993; FAO, 1995). Within this region, the 26 million ha of the Cameroon's humid forest zone (HFZ) contain some of Africa's most diverse ecosystems. (Alpert, 1993) and have provided a large number of non-wood (plant and animal) forest products (NWFPs) to the local populations (Koppert et al., 1993; Doucet and Koufani, 1997; Ngala, 1997).
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    Ruiz Perez, M.; Ndoye, O.; Eyebe, A.




    nontimber forest products, tropical forests, humid tropics, humid zones, marketing, rural economics



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