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Measurement Of Sustainability Indicators Of Forests In Nigeria: A Case Study Of Forest Reserves In Enugu State, Nigeria

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  • Eric Eboh

    (African Institute for Applied Economics, 128 Park Avenue, G.R.A. Enugu, Enugu State, Nigeria)

  • Oliver Ujah

    (African Institute for Applied Economics, 128 Park Avenue, G.R.A. Enugu, Enugu State, Nigeria)

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    How has forest reserves in Enugu State faired given the sustainability- threatening signals surrounding it? Using the criteria and indicators (C & I) defined for the Nigeria context by Eboh (2000), this study evaluated the sustainability status of these forest reserves. Among other problems, this study reveals that Enugu State looses, on the average, about 2.01 hectares of forest reserve trees per annum. This calls for a total overhaul and improvement in the conservation and management strategy of these forest reserves.

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    Length: 11 pages
    Date of creation: 30 Aug 2005
    Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpot:0508011
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