Tola Gemechu Ango
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Balancing ecosystem services and disservices: smallholder farmers’ use and management of forest and trees in an agricultural landscape in southwestern Ethiopia
TG Ango, L Börjeson, F Senbeta, K Hylander
Ecology and Society 19 (1), 30, 2014
Crop raiding by wild mammals in Ethiopia: impacts on the livelihoods of smallholders in an agriculture–forest mosaic landscape
TG Ango, L Börjeson, F Senbeta
Oryx 51 (3), 527-537, 2017
Challenges and prospects for sustainable forest management in Wondo Genet area, Southern Ethiopia
TG Ango, W Bewket
Ethiop. J. Dev. Res 29, 27-64, 2007
“Medium-scale” forestland grabbing in the Southwestern Highlands of Ethiopia: Impacts on local livelihoods and forest conservation
TG Ango
Land 7 (1), 24, 2018
Ecosystem Services and Disservices in an Agriculture–Forest Mosaic: A Study of Forest and Tree Management and Landscape Transformation in Southwestern Ethiopia
TG Ango
Department of Human Geography, Stockholm University, 2016
Processes of Forest Cover Change since 1958 in the Coffee-Producing Areas of Southwest Ethiopia
TG Ango, K Hylander, L Börjeson
Land 9 (8), 278, 2020
Do Interventions from Participatory Action Research Improve Livelihood and Reduce Conflicts Over Forest Resources? A Case Study from South Central Ethiopia
T Bekele, TG Ango
Small-scale Forestry 14 (4), 441-458, 2015
Expansion of eucalyptus plantations by smallholder farmers amid natural forest depletion: case study from Mulo District in Central Oromia
GT Ango
Proceeding of the conference on Eucalyptus species, management, history …, 2010
Woody plant use and management in relation to property rights: a social-ecological case study from southwestern Ethiopia
G Shumi, I Dorresteijn, J Schultner, K Hylander, F Senbeta, J Hanspach, ...
Ecosystems and People 15 (1), 303-316, 2019
Nature, people and agriculture in southwestern Ethiopia: The interaction between small scale agriculture and the diversity of organisms in mosaic landscapes
K Hylander, TG Ango, L Börjeson, P Hambäck, D Lemessa, S Nemomissa, ...
Prospects of Sustainable Natural Resource Management and Livelihood Development in Wondo Genet Area, Southern Ethiopia
TG Ango
Addis Ababa University, 2005
The production and destruction of forests through the lens of landesque capital accumulation
L Börjeson, TG Ango
Human Ecology, 1-11, 2021
Drivers and patterns of forest cover change since the late 1950s in southwest Ethiopia: deforestation, agriculture expansion, and coffee production
TG Ango, K Hylander, L Börjeson
Impacts of medium-scale forestland'grabbing'on local livelihoods and forest conservation in the southwestern highlands of Ethiopia
TG Ango
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