Patricia Shanley




Shackleton, Sheona, Charlie Shackleton, and Patricia Shanley (eds). 2013. Non-timber forest products in the global context. Berlin: Springer.

Rist, L., Shanley, P., Sunderland, T., Sheil, D., Ndoye, O., Liswanti, N., & Tieguhong, J. 2012. The impacts of selective logging on non-timber forest products of livelihood importance. Forest Ecology and Management,268: 57-69. Download PDF.

Shanley, P., et al. 2012.  "From conflict of use to multiple use: Forest management innovations by small holders in Amazonian logging frontiers." Forest Ecology and Management 268: 70-80. Download PDF.

Arnold, M., B. Powell, P. Shanley and T.C.H. Sunderland 2011. Editorial: Forests, Biodiversity and food security. International Forestry Review 13(3): 259-264. Download PDF.

Shanley, P., et al. 2011. "Brazil's social movement, women and forests: a case study from the National Council of Rubber Tappers." International Forestry Review 13.(2): 233-244. Download PDF.

Shanley, P., M. Cymerys, M. Serra and G. Medina 2011. Fruit Trees and Useful Plants in Amazonian Life. Rome: FAO-CIFOR-PPI. Download PDF.

Shanley, P. et al. 2010. Frutíferas e Plantas Úteis na Vida Amazônica. Segunda Edição. Belem, Brasil: CIFOR. Download PDF.

Melo da Silva, T., F.C. da Silva Jardim, M. da Serra Silva, P. Shanley. 2010. O Mercado de amêndoas de Dipteryx odorata (Cumaru) no estado do Pará. Floresta 40(3):603-614. Download PDF/Descargar PDF.

Serra, M., P. Shanley and T. Melo 2009. Ecologia e Manejo do Amapá Amargo Parahancornia fasciculata (Poir) Benoist. Download PDF/Descargar PDF.

Shanley, P. and C. López 2009. Out of the loop: Why research rarely reaches policy makers and the public and what can be done. Biotropica 41(5):535-544. Download PDF.

Sunderland, T., J. Sunderland-Groves, P. Shanley and B. Campbell 2009. Bridging the gap: how can information access and exchange between conservation biologists and field practitioners be improved for better conservation outcomes? Biotropica 41(5): 549-554. Download PDF.

Cunningham, A. B., Shanley, P., & Laird, S. 2008. Health, habitats and medicinal plant use. Human Health and Forests. A Global Overview of Issues, Practice and Policy. People and Plants International. Conservation Series, 35-62. Download PDF.
Guariguata, Manuel R., et al. 2008. "The compatibility of timber and non-timber forest product extraction and management." Forest Ecology and Management 256(7): 1477-1481. Download PDF.

Shanley, P. et al. 2008. Más Allá de la Madera: Certificación y Manejo de Productos Forestales No Maderables. People and Plants PPI/CIFOR/Forest Trends/USAID/European CommissionEC/IFAD/CITRO. Download PDF.

Shanley, P. et al. 2008. Receitas Sem Palavras. Plantas Medicinais da Amazônia. Belem. CIFOR-PPI. Download PDF.

Shanley P., & M. Stockdale 2008. Traditional knowledge, forest management, and certification: a reality check. Forests, trees and livelihoods, 18(1), 55-67. Download PDF.

Shackleton, S., Shanley P. and O. Ndoye. 2007. Invisible but Viable: Recognizing local markets in non-timber forest products. International Forestry Review vol. 9 (3): 697-712.

Shackleton, S., P. Shanley, and O. Ndoye. 2007. "Invisible but viable: recognising local markets for non-timber forest products." International Forestry Review 9(3): 697-712. Download PDF.


Shanley, P. 2006. Science for the Poor: How One Woman Challenged Researchers, Ranchers, and Loggers in Amazonia . Ecology and Society 11 (2): 28. [online] URL:

Shanley, P. and G. Medina. 2006. Connecting through Culture: transforming forest research and extension for rural and urban relevance in the Brazilian Amazon. Proceedings of IUFRO, Working Party S6.06-03 Extension, 7th Symposium Communication Strategies for Multiple Partner Involvement in Forestry Extension.  IUFRO symposium, also available as an electronic version in the IBAF CNR web site at the link:

Lopez, C. and P. Shanley. 2006. Riquezas dos Arborles. Belem: CIFOR. 

Shanley, P. Pierce, A. and S. Laird. 2005. Beyond Timber: certification of non-timber forest products. Forest Trends/CIFOR. Download PDF English, Spanish

Shanley, P. and N.A. Rosa. 2004. Eroding Knowledge: an Ethnobotanical Inventory in Eastern Amazonia’s Logging Frontier, Economic Botany 58 (2): 135-160

Alexiades, M. and P. Shanley. 2004. (eds.) Productos Forestales, Medios de Subsistencia y Conservacion. Vol 3, America Latina. CIFOR, Indonesia.

Shanley, P. and G. Gaia. 2004. A ‘fruta do pobre’ se torna lucrative: a Endoplerua uchi Cuatrec. Em areas manejadas próximo a Belém, Brasil. Pages 219-240 in Alexiades, M. and Shanley, P. 2004. (eds.) Productos Forestales, Medios de Subsistencia y Conservacion. Vol 3, America Latina. CIFOR, Indonesia.

Lopez, C. and P. Shanley. 2004. (eds.) Riches of the Forest: for Life, Health and Spirit in Africa. CIFOR, Indonesia.

Lopez, C. and P. Shanley. 2004. (eds.) Riches of the Forest: Foods, Spices, Crafts and Resins of Asia. CIFOR, Indonesia.

Garcia-Fernandez, C. and P. Shanley. 2004. Forests and People: safeguarding the natural heritage in Brazilian Amazon in Bois et Forets des Tropiques vol. 280, pg(s) 104-105.

Shanley, P. and L. Luz. 2003. Eastern Amazonian Medicinals: Marketing,  Use and Implications of Forest Loss. BioScience.vol 53 (6) 573-584.

Shanley, P. 2003. Beyond timber: certification of non-timber forest products ETFRN News Special issue. (39-40): 65-67.

Shanley, P. 2003. Chainsaws in the Drugstore. Appropriate Technology vol. 30 No. 3: 60-63

Wollenberg, E. Campbell, B. Shackleton, S. Edmunds, D. and P. Shanley. 2003.  Collaborative Management of Forests. In Ruth Meinzen-Dick and Monica Di Gregorio (eds.), Collective Action and Property Rights.  2020 Focus 11.  Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute.

Shanley P., Pierce, A., Laird, S. and A. Guillen. (eds) 2002. Tapping the Green Market: Certification and Management of Non-Timber Forest Products. Earthscan, London.

Shanley, P. Luz, L., and I. Swingland, 2002. The Faint Promise of a Distant Market: a survey of Belem’s trade in non-timber forest products. Biodiversity and Conservation 11: 615-636. Kluwer Academic Publishers. The Netherlands.

Shanley, P. and G. Gaia. 2002. Equitable Ecology: collaborative learning for local benefit in Eastern Amazonia. 2002. Agricultural Systems 73: 83-97.

Shanley P. and Laird, S. 2001. Giving Back: Making research results relevant to local groups and conservation in S. Laird, Biodiversity and Traditional Knowledge: equitable partnerships in practice. Earthscan, London.

Shanley, P. 2000. As the Forest Falls: the Changing Use, Ecology and Value of Nontimber Forest Resources in Eastern Amazonian Caboclo Communities. PhD Dissertation. University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.

Shanley, P. 1999. Extending Ecological Research to Meet Local Needs: a Case from Brazil in ed. T. Sunderland, The Significance of Non Wood Forest Products in West Africa. FAO, Rome.

Shanley, P. and J. Galvão. 1999. Invisible Income: The ecology and economics of non-timber forest resources in Amazonian forests in UNEP, Cultural and Spiritual Values of Biodiversity. Intermediate Technology Publications, Denmark.

Shanley, P. 1999. Where are the Fruit Trees? Obstacles and Opportunities in the Marketing of Forest Fruits. Natural History, New York.

Shanley, P. 1999. Equity-Based Environmental Education along an Amazon Tributary. Proceedings, Global Environmental Education and Communication Conference, National Association of Environmental Education.

Shanley, P., J. Galvão and L. Luz. 1997. Limits and Strengths of Local Participation: a Case Study in Eastern Amazonia. IIED, PLA notes 28: 64-70.

Cymerys, M., P. Shanley and L. Luz. 1997. Quando a Caça Conserva a Matá. Ciencia Hoje (22) 129: 22 - 24.

Elisabetsky, E. and P. Shanley. 1994. Ethnopharmacology in the Brazilian Amazon. Pharmacology and Therapeutics 64: 201-214.