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Conflict and Corollaries on Forest and Indigenous People: Experience from Bangladesh

By Nur Muhammed, Mohitul Hossain, Sheeladitya Chakma, Farhad Hossain Masum, Roderich von Detten and Gerhard Oesten

Submitted: March 3rd 2011Reviewed: August 17th 2011Published: April 11th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/28953

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Nur Muhammed, Mohitul Hossain, Sheeladitya Chakma, Farhad Hossain Masum, Roderich von Detten and Gerhard Oesten (April 11th 2012). Conflict and Corollaries on Forest and Indigenous People: Experience from Bangladesh, Sustainable Forest Management - Case Studies, Jorge Martin-Garcia and Julio Javier Diez, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/28953. Available from:

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