This map shows forest land allocation in the national forest estate in Cameroon in 2007. It includes detailed information about the area and percentage of total area of forest management units in respect to status of their management plan (approved, rejected, awaiting response, etc.).
This map shows the vegetation cover in Cameroon as of 2003.
This map shows the change in protected areas in Cameroon between 1995 and 2008.
Duclaire has served as Principal Adviser for WRI’s activities in Cameroon since October 2011.
Fernando is a Forest Engineer and Assistant Principal Advisor for WRI’s activities in Equatorial Guinea.
Bertrand Tessa works as Research Analyst for the Central Africa Forest Information, Governance and Climate Initiative, and Program Coordinator for the Congo Basin Forest Fund projects.
The Interactive Forest Atlas of Cameroon is a living forest information system, combining the use of remote sensing, mapping, and ground-truthing to monitor and manage forests.
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