Publications

(updated April 2018)

Chaowasku, T., Damthongdee, A., Jongsook, H., Ngo, DT., Le, HT., Tran, DM., and Suddee,S. (submitted). Enlargement of the monotypic Monocarpieae (Malmeoideae, Annonaceae): a second genus from Vietnam. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. The Linnean Society of London.

Chaowasku, T., Damthongdee, A., Jongsook, H., Nuraliev, M.S., Ngo, DT., Le, HT., Lithanatudom, P., Osathanunkul, M., Deroin T., Xue B. & Wipasa, J. (2018). Genus Huberantha (Annonaceae) revisited: erection of Polyalthiopsis, a new genus for H. floribunda, with a new combination H. luensis. – Annales Botanici Fennici 55: 121-136.

Cochard R., Van YT. and Ngo DT. (2018). Determinants and correlates of above-ground woody biomass in a secondary hillside rainforest in Central Vietnam. New Forests 49: 429-455. Springer Nature.

Cochard R, Ngo DT, Waeber PO & Kull CA (2016). Extent and causes of forest cover changes in Vietnam’s provinces 1993-2013: a review and analysis of official data. Environmental Reviews, 2017, 25 (2): 199-217. DOI: 10.1139/er-2016-0050

Tran Nam Thang, Ngo DT, David Hulse, Shubhechchha Sharma and Ganesh Shivakoti (Eds.) (2016) Redefining Diversity and Dynamics of Natural Resources Management in Asia. Vol. 3: Natural resource dynamics and social ecological systems in Central Vietnam: Development, Resource changes, and Conservation issues. London, UK: Academic Press Elsevier.

Ngo DT. and Madhi (2016) Targeting deforestation through local forest governance in Indonesia and Vietnam. In: Ganesh Shivakoti, Ujjwal Pradhan and Helmi (Eds.) Sustainable Natural Resources Management in Dynamic Southeast Asia. London, UK: Academic Press Elsevier.

Ngo DT, Ariel Pinchot, and Dean Current. 2015. Assesing conditions for the development of Community Forest Enterprises (CFEs) in Vietnam. European Tropical Forest Research Network News (ETFRN) No. 57. Nettherlands.

Ngo DT, Bui Phuoc Chuong, Le Thi Nguyen, Nguyen Thi My Van, Tran Nam Thang, Hoang Thi Tu Anh, Tran Ba Quoc, Ha Huy Anh, 2014. Support in accessing the resources for development for resettlement people in Huong Tra Town, Thua Thien Hue Province. Agriculture Publishing House, Hanoi.

Le Thi Dien, Tran Minh Duc, Vo Thi Minh Phuong, Le Thai Hung, Nguyen Hoi, Tran Nam Thang, Nguyen Thi Thuong, Ngo DT, Ho Dang Nguyen, Huynh Thi Ngoc Diep, Tran Quoc Canh, Le Van Ninh. 2014. Planting techniques and conservation measures of some medicinal precious medicinal plant species. Agriculture Publishing House, Hanoi.

Tran Nam Thang, Ngo DT, and Ganesh P. Shivakoti, 2014. Bridging Policy Practice Gap in the Effective Implementation of REDD+ programmes in Vietnam. Policy Brief. Toyota Foundation, Japan.

Tran Nam Thang, Ngo DT and Nguyen Van Hoang (2013). Adaptability in agriculture and forestry activities in Huong Son commune, Vietnam. Journal of Forestry and Livelihood 11 (1). Pp 82-93.

Ngo DT and Nguyen Thi Bich Ngoc (2011). Diversity and probably new species of Palmae family in natural forest of Huong Phu commune, Nam Dong district, Thua Thien Hue province. Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 9, p88-92.

Ngo DT and Bui Phuoc Chuong (2010). Five-year of building models of sustainable community-based natural resources management in Consultative & Research Center on Natural Resources Management (CORENARM). Paper presented at People right-based natural forest management Workshop in Hue City, Vietnam.

Tran Nam Thang and Ngo DT (2009). Community forest status and incentive structures for effective forest management in Nam Dong district, Thua Thien Hue province, Vietnam. National workshop proceeding on ‘Linkages of Forest Protection, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction – Issues and Approaches in Vietnam’ Page 39-48, Hanoi, March 2009.

Le Thi Dien, Ngo DT and Ha Huy Anh (2009). Solutions for Non-Timber Forest Products conservation in Nam Dong district, Thua Thien Hue province. Hue University – Journal of Science, No. 52, p21-28.

Ngo DT and Edward Webb (2008). “Incentives of the Forest Land Allocation Process: Implications for Forest Management in Nam Dong District, Central Vietnam”. In Decentralization, Forests and Rural Communities: Policy Outcomes in South and Southeast Asia, ed. Webb, E.L. and Shivakoti, G.P. p269–291. New Delhi: Sage.

Ngo DT and Edward Webb (2008). Integrated local knowledge in implementing forest allocation policy in Central Vietnam: potential use of local indicators in forest monitoring. Ecological Indicators8, Issue 5, p767-770.

Leonid V. Averyanov, L.V., Phan Ke Loc, Nguyen Tien Vinh, Tran Minh Duc, Ngo DT,Duong Van Thanh, Le Thai Hung, Nguyen Tien Hiep, Pham Van The, Averyanova A.L and Regalado, J. (2006). An Assessment of the Flora of the Green Corridor Forest Landscape, Thua Thien Hue Province, Vietnam. Report No 1: Part One. Green Corridor Project, WWF Greater Mekong & Vietnam Country Programme and FPD Thua Thien Hue Province, Vietnam.

Le Thi Dien and Ngo DT (2004). State of Non-Timber Forest Products at service of livelihood of Pako people in Phu Vinh commune, Aluoi district, Thua Thien Hue province. Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, No. 10, p1438-1440.

Ngo DT (2001). Assessment of local participation in selecting indigenous tree species for Five Million Hectare Program. Collaborative research funded by Ministry of Education and Training. Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry (HUAF). Vietnam.

Ngo DT (2000). Forest tree species in Ha An village: an exploration of natural forest allocated to local community for income generation and forest management. Annual research. HUAF. Vietnam.

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