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Research Area: Forest and Land Resources
Tyler, S., L. Ambus, and D. Davis-Case, 2007. "Governance and Management of Small Forest Tenures in British Columbia," BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management 8(2): 68-79.
Ambus, L., D. Davis-Case, and S. Tyler, 2007. "Big Expectations for Small Forest Tenures in British Columbia," BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management 8(2): 46-57.
Tyler, S., 2006. Comanagement of Natural Resources: Local Learning to Reduce Poverty. Ottawa: IDRC.
Tyler, S., (ed). 2006. Communities, Livelihoods and Natural Resources: Action Research and Policy Change in Asia. Ottawa: Intermediate Technology Publications/IDRC.
Tyler, S. 2006. "Implementing Forest and Land Tenure Reforms in Asia: Lessons from Experience and Recommendations for the Future." Summary of discussions at Policy-Practice Seminar, International Association for the Study of Common Property. Bali. June 19.
Tyler, S., 2005. "NTFP's in Asia: Big Markets, Small Enterprises." Paper presented at BC Wild Conference held at Royal Roads University, Victoria, B.C., August 29.
Tyler, S., 2005. "Managing Beneath the Trees: Solving Problems in NTFP Management." Paper presented at The Future Beneath the Trees: International Conference on Non-Timber Forest Products. Held at Royal Roads University, Victoria, BC, August 26.
Tyler, S., 2005. "Poverty Reduction, Land and Resource Management in Asia." Paper presented at CIDA Brown Bag, April 28.
Tyler, S., 2005. "Participatory Research and Natural Resource Policy in Asia: Evidence from the Field." Paper presented to the International Symposium on Policy Research and Public Policy Schools in Asia. Held at the Institut Teknologi, Bandung, Indonesia, March 16-17.
Tyler, S., 2004. "Participatory Research for Community-Based Natural Resource Management in Asia." In S. Miyata, M. Tada and O. Koyama (eds.) Prospects for Food Security and Agricultural Sustainability in Developing Regions: New Roles of International Collaborative Research. Tsukuba, Japan: Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences.