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Cori Ham

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Institution: Stellenbosch University
Department of Forest and Wood Science                                                               
E-Mail: cori@sun.ac.za
Role in the Action: WG 3

Phonenumber: + 27 21 808 3297

 

 

Research interests related to EuroCoppice

  • valuation
  • fuelwood
  • non-timber products
  • markets

 

Publications related to EuroCoppice

  • Chirwa, P.W., Ham, C., Maphiri, S. and Balmer, M. 2010. Bioenergy use and food preparation practices of two communities in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. Journal of Energy in Southern Africa. Vol 21 No. 4: 26 – 31.

 

  • Ham, C., Jacobson, M. 2012. Financial decision making in forestry projects. In South African Forestry Handbook, 5th Edition, edited by Bredenkamp, B.V. and Upfold, S.J. Southern African Institute of Forestry.

 

  • Ham, C., Uys, E. and Daugherty, A. 2012. Principles of forest valuation. In South African Forestry Handbook, 5th Edition, edited by Bredenkamp, B.V. and Upfold, S.J. Southern African Institute of Forestry.

 

  • Ham, C. and Ndalowa, D. 2012. Conceptual framework for the optimisation of economic returns from ecosystem services on plantation forestry estates in South Africa. In Fehrmann, L. and Kleinn, C. (Eds). Forests in climate change research and policy: The role of forest management and conservation in a complex international setting. Proceedings of the 3rd International DAAD Workshop, 26 to 30 November 2012, Dubai. Cuvillier Verlag, Gottingen.

 

  • Ham, C and Kleynhans, T. 2014. Socio-economic aspects of rural bioenergy production. In Bioenergy from Wood: Sustainable Production in the Tropics, edited by Seifert, T. Springer.
     

 

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