Doctoral dissertations

Hassan, Badal. 2020. Trees for sustainable livelihoods in the Horn of Africa: Studies on aromatic resins and other non-wood forest products in Somalia and Kenya. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 52. 70 p. Full text

Deng, B. 2020. Improving soil properties with Acacia seyal agroforestry and biochar: implications for sorghum production on the drylands of South Sudan. Department of Agricultural Sciences Publications 49. 43 p. Full text

Karambiri, Mawa. 2019. Where is local democracy? In the shadows of global forest policy in Burkina Faso. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 51. 68 p. Full text

Salih, Enass Y. A. 2019. Ethnobotany, phytochemistry and antimicrobial activity of Combretum, Terminalia and Anogeissus species (Combretaceae) growing naturally in Sudan. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 50. 188 p. Full text

Abaker, Wafa. 2018. Linkages between carbon sequestration, soil fertility and hydrology in dryland Acacia senegal plantations of varying age in Sudan. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 49. 47 p. Full text

Fahmi, M. 2017. Climate, trees and agricultural practices: Implications for food security in the semi-arid zone of Sudan. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 48. 65 p. Full text

Tegegne, Y. 2016. FLEGT and REDD+ synergies and impacts in the Congo Basin: lessons for global forest governance. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 47. 61 p. Full text

Etongo Bau, D. 2016. Deforestation and forest degradation in southern Burkina Faso: Understanding the drivers of change and options for revegetation. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 46. 79 p. Abstract (in English and in Finnish)

Kallio, M. 2013. Factors influencing farmers’ tree planting and management activity in four case studies in Indonesia. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 45. 108 p. Full text and abstract (in Finnish and English).

Negash, M. 2013. The indigenous agroforestry systems of the south-eastern Rift Valley escarpment, Ethiopia: Their biodiversity, carbon stocks and litterfall. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 44. 80 p. Full text and abstract (in Finnish and English)

Rantala, S. 2013. The winding road from exclusion to ownership: Governance and social outcomes in contemporary forest conservation in northeastern Tanzania. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 43. 90 p. Full text and abstract (in Finnish and in English)

Alam, Syed A. 2013. Carbon stocks, greenhouse gas emissions and water balance of Sudanese savannah woodlands in relation to climate change. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 42. 59 p. Full text and abstract (in Finnish and in English)

Omoro, Loice M.A. 2012. Impacts of indigenous and exotic tree species on ecosystem services : Case study on the mountain cloud forests of Taita Hills, Kenya. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 41. 84 p. Abstract (in Finnish and in English)

Paavola, M. 2012. The Impact of Village Development Funds on Community Welfare in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 40. 194 p. Full text and abstract (in Finnish and in English)

Jalonen, R. 2012. Belowground pathways for nitrogen transfer from a tropical legume tree to an associated fodder grass. Dissertationes Forestales 153. 66 p. Finnish Society of Forest Science. Full text and abstract (in Finnish and in English)

Kalame, F.B. 2011. Forest governance and climate change adaptation: Case studies of four African countries. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 39. 64 p. Full text and abstract (in Finnish and in English)

Walter, K. 2011. Prosopis, an alien among the sacred trees of South India. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 38. 202 p. Full text and abstract (in Finnish and in English)

Husgafvel, R. 2010. Global and EU governance for sustainable forest management
with special reference to capacity building in Ethiopia and Southern Sudan. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 37. 238 p. Full text and abstract (in Finnish and in English)

 

Zhou, P. 2008. Landscape-scale soil erosion modelling and ecological restoration for a mountainous watershed in Sichuan, China. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 35. 162 p. Full text

Reyes, T. 2008. Agroforestry systems for sustainable livelihoods and improved land management in the East Usambra mountains, Tanzania. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 34. 162 p. Full text and abstract (in Finnish and in English)

Katila, P. 2008. Devolution of forest-related rights: Comparative analyses of six developing countries. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 33. 162 p. Full text and abstract (in Finnish and in English)

Laxén, J. 2007. Is prosopis a curse or a blessing? – An ecological economic analysis of an invasive alien tree species in Sudan. Doctoral thesis. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 32. 199 p. Full text

Raddad, E.Y. 2006. Tropical dryland agroforestry on clay soils: analysis of systems based on Acacia senegal in the Blue Nile region, Sudan. Doctoral thesis. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 30. 98 p. Full text

Eskonheimo, A. 2006. Women, environmental changes and forestry-related development: Gender-affected roles of rural people in land degradation and environmental rehabilitation in a dry region of Sudan. Doctoral thesis. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 29. 214 p. Full text

Hares, M. 2006. Community forestry and environmental literacy in northern Thailand: Towards collaborative natural resource management and conservation. Doctoral thesis. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 28. 220 p. Full text

Glover, E.K. 2005. Tropical dryland rehabilitation: Case study on participatory forest management in Gedaref, Sudan. Doctoral thesis. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 27. 183 p.

Abdalla, G.M. 2005. Improvement of Acacia senegal agroforestry: Ecophysiological characteristics as indicators for tree-crop interaction on sandy soil in western Sudan. Doctoral thesis. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 26. 100 p. Full text

Appiah, M. 2003. Domestication of an indigenous tropical forest tree: Silvicultural and socio-economic studies on Iroko (Milicia excelsa) in Ghana. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 25. 104 p.

Yirdaw, E. 2002. Restoration of the native woody-species diversity, using plantation species as foster trees, in the degraded highlands of Ethiopia. Doctoral thesis. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 24. Full text

Otsamo, A. 2001. Forest plantations on Imperata grasslands in Indonesia – establishment, silviculture and utilization potential. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 23. 85 p.

Koskela, J. 2000. Growth of grass-stage Pinus merkusii seedlings as affected by interaction between structure and function. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 20.

Otsamo, R. 2000. Integration of indigenous tree species into fast-growing forest plantations on Imperata grasslannds in Indonesia. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 21.

Li, C. 1999. Drought adaptation and genetic diversity in Eucalyptus microtheca. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 18.

Suoheimo, J. 1999. Natural regeneration of sal (Shorea robusta) in the terai region, nepal. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 19.

Huang, W. 1998. Productive coexistence and gain in agroforestry systems. Acta Forestalia Fennica 260. 72 p. Abstract

El Fadl, M. A. 1997. Management of Prosopis juliflora for use in agroforestry systems in the Sudan. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 16. 107 p.

Mustafa, A. F. 1997. Regeneration of Acacia seyal forests on the dryland of the Sudan clay plain. University of Helsinki, Tropical Forestry Reports 15. 103 p.

Sharawi, H.A. 1997. Socioeconomic evaluation of land-use alternatives in the Blue Nile flood basin of the Sudan. University of Helsinki Tropical Forestry Reports 14. 62 p + app.

Tuomela, K. 1997. Physiological and morphological responses of Eucalyptus microtheca provenances to water availability in tropical drylands. Univ. Helsinki Tropical Forestry Rep. 13. 60 p., app.

Ibrahim, A.M. 1996. Genetic variation in Faidherbia albida: Implications for conservation of genetic resources and tree development. University of Helsinki Tropical Forestry Reports 11. 86 p.

Kaarakka, V. 1996. Management of bushland vegetation using rainwater harvesting in eastern Kenya. Acta Forestalia Fennica 253. 93 p.

Pipatwattanakul, D. 1996. An analysis of the functional and structural basis of the yield in Eucalyptus camaldulensis grown in Thailand. University of Helsinki Tropical Forestry Reports 12.

Johansson, S. 1995. Forestry in irrigation schemes with special reference to the Bura Irrigation and Settlement Project, Kenya. Univ. Helsinki Tropical Forestry Rep. 10. 115 p., app.

Luangjame, J. 1990. Salinity effects in Eucalyptus camaldulensis and Combretum quadrangulare: Ecophysiological and morphological studies. Acta Forestalia Fennica 214. 105 p.

Sirikul, W. 1990. Shoot growth and flower development in tropical pines: Studies on genetic and environmental variation. Univ. Helsinki Tropical Forestry Rep. 6.

Atipanumpai, L. 1989. Acacia mangium: Studies on the genetic variation in ecological and physiological characteristics of a fast-growing plantation tree species. Acta Forestalia Fennica 206. 92 p.