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An Annotated Bibliography of Survey and Analysis Methods for Study of Indigenous Agroforestry Systems

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Title: An Annotated Bibliography of Survey and Analysis Methods for Study of Indigenous Agroforestry Systems
Authors: Suchocki, Tracy J.
Fownes, James H.
Keywords: agroforestry
indigenous knowledge
Issue Date: May 1993
Publisher: Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project
Citation: Suchocki TJ, Fownes JH. 1993. An annotated bibliography of survey and analysis methods for study of indigenous agroforestry systems. Honolulu (HI): ADAP Project. 55 pages. (ADAP Instructional Materials; ADAP 93-2)
Series/Report no.: ADAP Instructional Materials
ADAP 93-2
Abstract: The issues surrounding land use in tropical countries have led to many studies of indigenous traditional land uses. In recent years, those agricultural systems incorporating trees (termed agroforestry) have been subjected to particular scrutiny. Students of agroforestry systems are faced with choosing among methods from a variety of disciplines, including agriculture, anthropology, range management, forestry, sociology, and economics. One of the most difficult decisions in planning and conducting such studies is which methods to use and why. The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to highlight the survey and analysis methods used in a select group of publications spanning a variety of scale, purpose, and detail.
Sponsor: Land Grant Institutions of the Pacific: American Samoa Community College, College of Micronesia, Northern Marianas Community College, University of Guam, and University of Hawai'i, through the Agricultural Development in the American Pacific (ADAP) Project. Funded through the US Department of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service.
Pages/Duration: 55 pages
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