Participatory Inventory for Dry Tropical African Forests
(Timber and Nontimber Products)
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TOC, Introduction;  objectives and justifications for inventories   pg 1

1.  OVERVIEW AND PREPARATIONS
 1.1. MAKING DATA COLLECTION, PRESENTATION
        PARTICIPATORY     
pg 5
 1.2. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GOVERNMENT FOREST DEPT,
        PROJECT, VILLAGES   
pg 11
 1.3. TO PAY OR NOT TO PAY   pg 12
2. TECHNICAL ASPECTS  
 2.1. CONCEPTUALIZATION BEFORE FIELDWORK  pg 14
 2.2. PREPARATION FOR FIELDWORK  pg 29
 2.3. FIELD  EXECUTION pg 33
 2.4. DATA ENTRY  pg 34
2.5. PRESENTATION OF RESULTS  pg 36
 2.6. USING PRA AND INVENTORY RESULTS TO CALCULATE  
        ANNUAL ALLOWABLE HARVEST  
pg 44
3. ECONOMIC ISSUES
  3.1. COSTS AND BENEFITS OF DOING INVENTORY  pg 50
  3.2. USING INVENTORY TABLES FOR ECONOMIC ANALYSES 52
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APPENDIX 1.  SAMPLE PPTY FIELD INVENTORY SHEET  pg 57
APPENDIX 2.  ADDRESSES    pg 58
APPENDIX 3. GPS AND COMPASS USED COMPLEMENTARILY  pg 59
APPENDIX 4. USE OF THE COMPASS WHEN WORKING OFF OLD
                    TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS   pg 61
APPENDIX 5. FORMULAS FOR ALLOCATION OF SAMPLE PLOTS  62
APPENDIX 6. TYPICAL COSTS OF EXECUTING THE FIRST
             INVENTORY, INCLUDING PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT  64
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