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Forest Land Management in the Context of National land Use


  • Revilla, A.V. Jr.


The relative scarcity of land resources to meet the growing needs of land-users has compelled land specialists to consider the need for a better system in the proper use and management of land resource. Forestlands comprise a major component of the national land and are currently the most degraded areas. In view of this, the study on hand proposes development of a framework for 1) a comprehensive land assessment 2) use of the management science approach in operationalizing a sustained multiple use of forest land management 3) provision of an integrated forestry system whereby constructive forestry activities shall benefit directly the people who depend on these forests for livelihood.

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  • Revilla, A.V. Jr., 1984. "Forest Land Management in the Context of National land Use," Working Papers WP 1984-02, Philippine Institute for Development Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:phd:wpaper:wp_1984-02

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    1. Bruno, Michael, 1972. "Domestic Resource Costs and Effective Protection: Clarification and Synthesis," Journal of Political Economy, University of Chicago Press, vol. 80(1), pages 16-33, Jan.-Feb..
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