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Community forestry in Tanimbar, and industrial prospective scenarios


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  • Jean-Marc Roda
  • Shantiko Bayuni


In its present state, the analysis of the wood industry system in Tanimbar archipelago only covered the South part of the Yamdena island. In this part of the island, the wood industry system feeds the demand of the local villages and of Saumlaki. Among the villages of South Yamdena, two villages (Wermatan and Ilngei) are remarkable with their high level of wood activities. Thus these are analysed in the following sections. In the north part of the Island, the system feeds the local villages, the city of Larat, but also some outer markets. While the structure of the system is certainly very similar to what has been analysed in the southern part of the island, the quantities may defer in a great proportion.

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Paper provided by CIRAD, Forest department, UPR40 in its series Working Papers with number 40399.

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Length: 24 pages
Date of creation: May 2004
Date of revision: Dec 2005
Publication status: Published as a chapter of the book: Chainsaw milling: supplier to local markets. Wit, Marieke and Jinke van Dam (eds.). (2010). Tropenbos international, wageningen, the netherlands. xxii + 226 pp. ISBN 978-90-5113-094-2
Handle: RePEc:epf:wpaper:40399

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  1. Jean-Marc Roda & Shantiko Bayuni, 2004. "Community forestry in Tanimbar, and industrial prospective scenarios," Working Papers 40399, CIRAD, Forest department, UPR40, revised Dec 2005.
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  1. Roda, Jean-Marc & Langbour, Patrick & Shantiko, Bayuni, 2010. "The chainsaw economy in Tanimbar archipelago, indonesia," Selected Book Chapters, in: Chainsaw milling: supplier to local markets. Wit, Marieke and Jinke van Dam (eds.). (2010). Tropenbos international, wageningen, the netherlands. xxii, edition 1, volume 1, chapter 2, pages 31-37 CIRAD, Forest department, UPR40.


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