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  1. Bousquet, F.; Le Page, C.; Antona, M.; Guizol, P. 2000. Ecological scales and use rights: the use of multiagent systems. In: Krishnapillay, B. et al. (eds.). Forests and society: the role of research, vol. 1: sub-plenary sessions. Proceedings of the XXI IUFRO World Congress, 7-12 August 2000, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 730-742.

  2. Bowen, M.R.; Bompard, J.M.; Anderson, I.P.; Guizol, P.; Gouyon, A. 2001. Anthropogenic fires in Indonesia: a view from Sumatra. In: Peter, E. and Radojevic, M. (eds.). Forest fires and regional haze in Southeast Asia. Huntington, New York, Nova Science Publishers. 41-66.

  3. Burford de Oliveira, N.; McDougall, C.; Ritchie, B.; Hartanto, H.; Haggith, M.; Setyawati, T. 2000. Developing criteria and indicators of community managed forests as assessment and learning tools: objectives, methodologies and results. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR. 303p.

  4. Guizol, P.; Cossalter, C. 2001. Assessing stakeholder agreements: a new research focus for CIFOR's plantation programme in Southeast Asia. In: Philippines. Department of Environment and Natural Resources. Forest Management Bureau. Proceedings of the International Conference on Timber Plantation Development, November 7-9, 2000, Manila, Philippines. Manila, Philippines, Forest Management Bureau, Department of Environment and Natural Resources. 345-353.

  5. Guizol, P.; Muhtaman, D.R. 2001. Development of criteria and indicators for forest plantations from assessment toward communication tools for management. In: Hardiyanto, E.B. (ed.). Potentials and opportunities in marketing and trade of plantation teak: challenge for the new millenium. Proceedings of the third regional seminar on teak, July 31-August 4, 2000. Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Faculty of Forestry, Gadjah Mada University. 313-324.

  6. Haggith, M.; Prabhu, R.; Purnomo, H.; Rizal, A.; Taylor, J.; Yasmi, Y.; Sukadri, D. 1999. CIMAT: a knowledge-based system for developing criteria & indicators for sustainable forest management. In: U. Cortes, M. Sanchez-Marre. Environmental decision support systems and artificial intelligence : papers from the AAAI workshop. Technical Report. No. WS-99-07. 82-89.

  7. Hartanto, H. 2003. Facilitating collaboration and partnerships: lessons from adaptive collaborative management in the Philippines. ETFRN News. (39-40): 118-120.

  8. Hartanto, H.; Evangelista, R.; (eds.). 2002. Proceedings of a National Workshop on Building Partnership, Strengthening Capacities and Developing Forest Resources Thru Community Based Forest Management, Angeles City, Philippines, August 6-7, 2002. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR and Department of Environmental and Natural Resources (DENR). 159p.

  9. Hartanto, H.; Lorenzo, M.C.B.; Frio, A.L. 2002. Collective action and learning in developing a local monitoring system. International Forestry Review. 4(3): 184-195.

  10. Hartanto, H.; Lorenzo, M.C.B.; Valmores, C.; Arda-Minas, L.; Burton, L.; Prabhu, R. 2003. Learning together: responding to change and complexity to improve community forests in the Philippines. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR. x, 166p.

  11. Hartanto, H.; Lorenzo, M.C.B.; Valmores, C.; Burton, L.; Arda-Minas, L. 2002. Adaptive collaborative management: a value-adding approach to CBFM in the Philippines. In: Hartanto, H., Evangelista, R. (eds.). Proceedings of a National Workshop on Building Partnerships, Strengthening Capacities and Developing Forest Resource thru Community Based Forest Management, Angeles City, August 6-7, 2002. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR and Department of Environmental and Natural Resources (DENR). 50-72.

  12. Hartanto, H.; Prabhu, R.; Widayat, A.S.E.; Asdak, C. 2003. Factors affecting runoff and soil erosion: plot-level soil loss monitoring for assessing sustainability of forest management. Forest Ecology and Management. 180(1-3): 361-374.

  13. Mendoza, G.A.; Hartanto, H.; Prabhu, R.; Villanueva, T. 2002. Multicriteria and critical threshold value analyses in assessing sustainable forestry: model development and application. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 15(2): 25-62.

  14. Mendoza, G.A.; Macoun, P.; Prabhu, R.; Sukadri, D.; Purnomo, H.; Hartanto, H. 2000. Application de l’analyse multicritère à l’évaluation des critères et indicateurs. Montpellier, France, CIRAD-Foret and CIFOR. Manuels de criteres et indicateurs pour la gestion durable des forets (C& I Toolbox Series). No. 9. 79p.

  15. Mendoza, G.A.; Macoun, P.; Prabhu, R.; Sukadri, D.; Purnomo, H.; Hartanto, H. 1999. Guidelines for applying multi-criteria analysis to the assessment of criteria and indicators. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR. Criteria and Indicators Toolbox Series. No. 9.

  16. Mendoza, G.A.; Prabhu, R.; Purnomo, H. 1999. Combining multicriteria decision making and geographic information system for assessing forest sustainability. In: Laumonier, Y. King, B., Legg, C., Rennolls, K. (eds.). Data Management and Modelling using Remote Sensing and GIS for Tropical Forest Land Inventory. Jakarta, Indonesia, Rodeo International Publishers. 361-370.

  17. Nasi, R.; Santoso, L.; Prianto, E.; Suharyanto, G. 2002. Integrating biodiversity into the forestry sector. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR. 1 CD-ROM.

  18. Nawir, A.A.; Santoso, L.; Mudhofar, I. 2003. Towards mutually-beneficial company-community partnerships in timber plantation: lessons learnt from Indonesia. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR. CIFOR Working Paper. No. 26. xvi, 77p.

  19. Nawir, A.A.; Santoso, L.; Mudhofar, I. 2003. Towards mutually beneficial partnership in outgrower schemes: lessons learned from Indonesia. In: Nawir, A.A., Anyonge, C.H., Race, D., Vermeulen, S.(eds.). Towards equitable partnerships between corporate and smallholder partners: relating partnerships to social, economic and environmental indicators. Rome, FAO. 117-144.

  20. Purnomo, H.; Guizol, P. 2003. Governing forest plantation to reduce poverty and improve forest landscape: a multiagent simulation approach. In: Post, D.A.(ed.). MODSIM 2003 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation: Integrative Modelling of Biophysical, Social and Economic Systems for Resource Management Solutions, 14-17 July, 2003, Townsville, Australia. Canberra, Australia, Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand. 1054-1059.

  21. Purnomo, H.; Mendoza, G.A.; Prabhu, R. 2004. Model for collaborative planning of community-managed resources based on qualitative soft systems approach. Journal of Tropical Forest Science. 16(1): 106-131.

  22. Purnomo, H.; Priyadi, H.; Yasmi, Y.; Yuliani, L.; Prabhu, R. 2002. Development of multistakeholder scenarios of secondary forest management: a multiagent system simulation approach. In: Sabarnurdin, M.A., Hardiwinoto, S., Rimbawanto, A., Okimori, Y. (eds.). Proceedings of the Seminar on Dipterocarp Reforestation to Restore Environment Through Carbon Sequestration, Yogyakarta, 26-27 September 2001. Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Faculty of Forestry, Gadjah Mada University and Kansai Environmental Engineering Centre. 199-217.

  23. Purnomo, H.; Yasmi, Y.; Prabhu, R.; Hakim, S.; Jafar, A.; Suprihatin. 2003. Collaborative modelling to support forest management: qualitative systems analysis at Lumut Mountain, Indonesia. Small-scale Forest Economics, Management and Policy. 2 (special issue): 259-275.

  24. Purnomo, H.; Yasmi, Y.; Prabhu, R.; Yuliani, L.; Priyadi, H.; Vanclay, J.K. 2003. Multi-agent simulation of alternative scenarios of collaborative forest management. Small-scale Forest Economics, Management and Policy. 2 (special issue): 277-292.

  25. Roda, J-M.; Guizol, P. 2004. Tracking system and tropical forest products. Bois et Forets des Tropiques. 280: 106-108.

 

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