Hi, I am Yahia Omar Adam, My LiveDNA is 249.871
Dr. Yahia Omar Adam
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Forestry from Dresden University of Technical, Germany
Institute: University of Khartoum, Sudan
Area of Interest: Environmental Sciences
  •   Forest Resource Management
  •   Forestry
  •   Forest Ecology
  •   Forest Meteorology
URL: http://livedna.org/249.871
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Abtew, A.A., J. Pretzsch, T.E.S. Mohmoud and Y.O. Adam, 2012. Commodity chain of frankincense from the dry woodlands of Nuba Mountains, South Kordofan State, Sudan. Small-Scale Forestry, 11: 365-388.
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2:   Abtew, A.A., T.E. Mohmoud and Y.O. Adam, 2015. Population structure, density and natural regeneration of Boswellia Papyrifera (Del.) Hochst in Dry woodlands of Nuba Mountains, South Kordofan State, Sudan. J. Agric. Forest., 54: 41-50.
3:   Adam, Y. O. and A.M. Eltayeb, 2016. Forestry decentralization and poverty alleviation: A review. For. Policy Econ., 73: 300-307.
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4:   Adam, Y.O. and A.M. El Tayeb, 2014. Forest dependency and its effect on conservation in Sudan: A case of sarf-saaid reserved forest in Gadarif state. Poljoprivreda i Sumarstvo, 60: 107-121.
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5:   Adam, Y.O. and A.S. Bello, 2017. Relationship between local ecological knowledge and natural resources trade in Sudan. Int. J. Dev. Sustainability, 6: 385-398.
6:   Adam, Y.O. and C.M. Shackleton, 2016. Distribution and use of cash income from basket and mat crafting: Implications for rural livelihoods in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. For. Trees Livelihoods, 25: 199-211.
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7:   Adam, Y.O. and D. Pettenella, 2013. The contribution of small-scale forestry-based enterprises to the rural economy in the developing World: The case of the informal carpentry sector, Sudan. Small-Scale Forestry, 12: 461-474.
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8:   Adam, Y.O. and E.A. El Siddig, 2013. A note on climate change impacts and adaptation strategies in North Kordofan State, Sudan. J. Agric. Sci., 21: 134-139.
9:   Adam, Y.O. and J. Pretzsch, 2010. Contribution of Local Trade in Ziziphus spina-christi L. fruits to rural household's economy in rashad locality, Sudan. J. Forest. Ideas, 1: 19-27.
10:   Adam, Y.O., 2014. Local knowledge on tree utilization and threats to their availability in Nuba Mountains, Sudan. J. Forest Environ. Sci., 30: 342-350.
11:   Adam, Y.O., 2015. Contribution of Some Tree Fruits to Rural Development in Sudan. Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, Pages: 180.
12:   Adam, Y.O., 2015. Cooking Fuel in Sudan: Utilization Patterns, Health Hazards and Cleaner Fuel Adoption. In: The Gender-Energy Nexus in Eastern and Southern Africa, Mihyo, P.B. and T.E. Mukuna (Eds.)., Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA), Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, pp: 136-165.
13:   Adam, Y.O., J. Pretzsch and D. Darr, 2015. Land use conflicts in Sudan: Perceptions and local coping mechanisms. Land Use Policy, 42: 1-6.
14:   Adam, Y.O., J. Pretzsch and D. Pettenella, 2013. An analytical framework for assessing the effect of income from non-timber forest products on poverty alleviation in savannah region, Sudan. J. Agric. Sci., 21: 1-25.
15:   Adam, Y.O., J. Pretzsch and D. Pettenella, 2013. Contribution of Non-timber forest products livelihood strategies to rural development in drylands of Sudan: Potentials and failures. Agric. Syst., 117: 90-97.
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16:   Adam, Y.O., M.A. Eisa and D.M. Ahmed, 2015. Role of Adansonia digitata L. fruits in development and forest conservation in Rashad locality, Nuba Mountains, Sudan. J. Agric. Sci., 20: 314-328.
17:   Aung, P.S., Y.O. Adam, J. Pretzsch and R. Peters, 2015. Distribution of forest income among rural households: A case study from Natma Taung national park, Myanmar. Forests Trees Livelihoods, 24: 190-201.
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18:   Daldoum, D., M.M. Massaud and Y.O. Adam, 2015. Distribution, fruit production and natural regeneration of Sclerocarya birrea (A. Rich.) Hochst. subsp. birrea in the Nuba mountains, Sudan. Agric. Res. Rev., 1: 148-152.
19:   Daur, N., Y.O. Adam and J. Pretzsch, 2016. A historical political ecology of forest access and use in Sudan: Implications for sustainable rural livelihoods. Land Use Policy, 58: 95-101.
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20:   Eisa, M.A. and Y.O. Adam, 2015. Infestation of the longhorned beetles species (Cerambycidae) on Acacia seyal Del var. seyal in the Gum Arabic Belt of Sudan. J. Forest Sci., 2: 113-116.
21:   Eldirdiri, F.E. and Y.O. Adam, 2010. Can fuel switching from wood to liquefied petroleum gas reduce the deforestation in Sudan? Res. J. Forest., 4: 194-201.
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22:   Elhadi, H.M., A.E. Ahmed, Y.O. Adam and M.A. Eisa, 2014. Payment for Environmental Services (PES): A mechanism for adopting the agroforestry farming system among gum Arabic producers in Sudan. Int. J. Dev. Sustainability, 3: 1099-1112.
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23:   Gebauer, J., Y.O. Adam, A.C. Sanchez, D. Darr and M.E. Eltahir et al., 2016. Africa's wooden elephant: The baobab tree (Adansonia digitata L.) in Sudan and Kenya. A review. Genet. Resour. Crop Evol., 63: 377-399.
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24:   Gorashi, N.A., M.Y. Kordofani and Y.O. Adam, 2017. Ethnobotany of wild baobab (Adansonia digitata L.): A way forward for species domestication and conservation in Sudan. J. For. Environ. Sci. (In Press). .
25:   Sharawi, H.A. and Y.O. Adam, 2005. Estimating the effect of prices in some international markets on the demand for sudanese hashab (Acacia senegal L.) gum. Univ. Khartoum J. Agric. Sci., 13: 167-178.
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26:   Weyer, D., C.M. Shackleton and Y.O. Adam, 2017. HIV/AIDS and other household shocks as catalysts of local commercialisation of nonā€timber forest products in Southern Africa. Dev. Policy Rev., 10.1111/dpr.12261.
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