Organisation Internationale pour le Bambou et le Rotin

Organisation Internationale pour le Bambou et le Rotin

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Nadia Bystriakova

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Publications de l'INBAR - General Information

Bamboo Biodiversity: Africa, Madagascar and the Americas

Very little is known about the distribution and ecological roles of bamboo, particularly outside of Asia. This report is a first step towards quantifying existing resources of bamboo and their ecological importance in Africa, Madagascar and the Americas. Knowledge of the magnitude and distribution of these resources is a necessary precursor to planning and implementing […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Working Papers

Bamboo Biodiversity: Information for Planning Conservation and Management in the Asia-Pacific Region

The bamboo plant supports an international trade which is worth more than USD 2 billion per year. Yet international trade represents only a small proportion of total bamboo usage – domestic use is estimated to account for at least 80 per cent. Bamboo is thus a major world commodity. This work is a first step towards […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Working Papers

Potential Distribution of Woody Bamboos in South, South-East and East Asia, Papua New Guinea and Australia

This study was designed to produce a regional distribution map of all species of woody bamboos occurring in the Asia-Pacific region (South, Southeast and East Asia, Papua New Guinea and Australia). Qualitative data on distribution of woody bamboos were combined with data on existing forest cover. In the course of the study, 998 individual bamboo […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Working Papers

Potential Distribution of Rattans in Asia-Pacific and Africa

This study was designed to produce global overview and regional distribution maps of all rattan species occurring in the Asia-Pacific region (South, Southeast and East Asia, Papua New Guinea and Australia) and Africa. Qualitative data on distribution of rattans were combined with data on existing forest cover. In the course of the study, 610 individual […]