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People, Gorillas and Forests: ethnobotanical methods and multiple-use management in Uganda. ©UNESCO 1997
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People, Gorillas and Forests: ethnobotanical methods and multiple-use management in Uganda

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Unlike the tropical forests of the Amazon or the Zaire river basin, which have very low human population densities (around 1 person/km2), Afromontane forests in the Great Lakes region of equatorial Africa are surrounded by dense populations of rural farmers.

Place/country: Uganda
Type: Documentary
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Credits: Tony Cunningham, participant.
UNESCO, co-producer ; WWF, co-producer ; Nick Chevallier Productions, co-producer.
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