2016 Refereed Journal Articles

Owusu, S. A., Schlarbaum, S. E., Carlson, J. E., & Gailing, O. (2016). Pollen gene flow and molecular identification of full-sib families in small and isolated population fragments of Gleditsia triacanthos L. Botany, (ja).0, 0, 10.1139/cjb-2015-0244.

Sullivan, A. R., Owusu, S. A., Weber, J. A., Hipp, A. L., & Gailing, O. (2016). Hybridization and divergence in multi‐species oak (Quercus) communities. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 181(1), 99-114.

2015 Refereed Journal Articles

Acquah, S.B., Avuglah, R.K. and Harris, E. 2015. Impact of trade policies on wood products export in Ghana. American Journal of Mathematics and Statistics 5(5):221-229. doi:10.5923/j.ajms.20150505.01

Hansen, C. P., Pouliot, M., Marfo, E., Obiri, D. B. and Treue, T. 2015. Forests, timber and rural livelihoods: Implications for the VPA and social safeguards in Ghana. Published online, Small Scale Forestry, Elsevier.

Appiah, M., Fagg, M. and Pappinen, A. 2015. A Review of Reforestation Approaches in Ghana: Sustainability and Genuine Local Participation Lessons for Implementing REDD+ Activities. European Journal of Scientific Research (EJSR) ISSN 1450-216X / 1450-202X Vol. 131 No 1 April, 2015, pp.70-99

2015 Refereed Journal Articles

Acquah, S.B., Avuglah, R.K. and Harris, E. 2015. Impact of trade policies on wood products export in Ghana. American Journal of Mathematics and Statistics 5(5):221-229. doi:10.5923/j.ajms.20150505.01

Hansen, C. P., Pouliot, M., Marfo, E., Obiri, D. B. and Treue, T. 2015. Forests, timber and rural livelihoods: Implications for the VPA and social safeguards in Ghana. Published online, Small Scale Forestry, Elsevier.

Appiah, M., Fagg, M. and Pappinen, A. 2015. A Review of Reforestation Approaches in Ghana: Sustainability and Genuine Local Participation Lessons for Implementing REDD+ Activities. European Journal of Scientific Research (EJSR) ISSN 1450-216X / 1450-202X Vol. 131 No 1 April, 2015, pp.70-99

2015 Refereed Journal Articles

Acquah, S.B., Avuglah, R.K. and Harris, E. 2015. Impact of trade policies on wood products export in Ghana. American Journal of Mathematics and Statistics 5(5):221-229. doi:10.5923/j.ajms.20150505.01

Hansen, C. P., Pouliot, M., Marfo, E., Obiri, D. B. and Treue, T. 2015. Forests, timber and rural livelihoods: Implications for the VPA and social safeguards in Ghana. Published online, Small Scale Forestry, Elsevier.

Appiah, M., Fagg, M. and Pappinen, A. 2015. A Review of Reforestation Approaches in Ghana: Sustainability and Genuine Local Participation Lessons for Implementing REDD+ Activities. European Journal of Scientific Research (EJSR) ISSN 1450-216X / 1450-202X Vol. 131 No 1 April, 2015, pp.70-99

2015 Refereed Journal Articles

Acquah, S.B., Avuglah, R.K. and Harris, E. 2015. Impact of trade policies on wood products export in Ghana. American Journal of Mathematics and Statistics 5(5):221-229. doi:10.5923/j.ajms.20150505.01

Hansen, C. P., Pouliot, M., Marfo, E., Obiri, D. B. and Treue, T. 2015. Forests, timber and rural livelihoods: Implications for the VPA and social safeguards in Ghana. Published online, Small Scale Forestry, Elsevier.

Appiah, M., Fagg, M. and Pappinen, A. 2015. A Review of Reforestation Approaches in Ghana: Sustainability and Genuine Local Participation Lessons for Implementing REDD+ Activities. European Journal of Scientific Research (EJSR) ISSN 1450-216X / 1450-202X Vol. 131 No 1 April, 2015, pp.70-99

Who We Are

Forestry Research Institute of Ghana is one of the 13 institutes of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). It is located at Fumesua near Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. It started as a research unit within the Forestry Department in 1962. It was fully established as a research institute and named FOREST PRODUCTS RESEARCH INSTITUTE (FPRI) under the then Ghana Academy of Sciences in 1964 and in 1968 placed under the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR).

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