Land for my grandchildren: land-use and tenure change in Ratanakiri 1989-2007

This paper draws on case studies from three communities in Ratanakiri to illustrate both the forces driving land-use and tenure change as well as how effective community stewardship can guide agricultural transitions. The study combines a time series of remotely sensed data from 1989 to 2006 to evaluate changes in land use, and relates this data to in-depth ground truth observations and social research from three villages: Krala, Leu Keun and Tuy. The remote sensing data indicates that in Krala, over the sixteen year study period, protected forest areas remained virtually intact, while total forest cover declined at a rate of only 0.86 per year.

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Field Value
Document type Reports, journal articles, and research papers (including theses and dissertations)
Language of document
  • English
Topics
  • Communal land
  • Community forest
  • Forest cover
  • Forest policy and administration
  • Forest protection
  • Land
  • Land tenure and land titling
  • Protected forests
Geographic area (spatial range)
  • Cambodia
Copyright Unclear copyright
Version / Edition 1.0
License unspecified
Contact

www.eastwestcenter.org

Author (individual) Fox, Jefferson M.
Co-author (individual) McMahon, Dennis
Publication place Phnom Penh
Publisher Community Forestry International / The East-West Center
Publication date 2008
Pagination 75 p.
General note

Poffenberger,Mark,Mark; Vogler,John

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Date modified June 17, 2016, 10:06 (UTC)