Settlement in forest reserves, game reserves and national parks in Uganda: a study of social, economic and tenure factors affecting land use and deforestation in Mabira forest reserve, Kibale forest reserve, and Kibale game reserve-corridor
Makerere Institute of Social Research
University of Wisconsin Land Tenure Center
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CitationMakerere Institute of Social Research & Land Tenure Centre of Unviersity of Wisconsin (1989) Settlement in forest reserves, game reserves and national parks in Uganda: a study of social, economic and tenure factors affecting land use and deforestation in Mabira forest reserve, Kibale forest reserve, and Kibale game reserve-corridor. Kampala: Makerere Institute of Social Research.
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