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Books

1. Morimoto K and Li Q (co-first author). Chapter 2: Lifestyle and natural killer activity. In: Natural Killer T-Cells: Roles, Interactions and Interventions. Fournier NV (eds). Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 400 Oser Avenue, Suite 1600, Hauppauge, NY, 2008, p51-80. Link
2. Carol J. Pierce Colfer. Human Health and Forests, A Global Overview of Issues, Practice and Policy, Earthscan Ltd, London, UK, 2008. Link
3. Nilsson, K.; Sangster, M.; Gallis, C.; Hartig, T.; de Vries, S.; Seeland, K.; Schipperijn, J. (Eds.) Forests, Trees and Human Health, Springer. 2011. Link
4. Christos Gallis, Mariella Di Stefano, Paraskevi Moutsatsou, Tytti Sarjala, Vesa Virtanen, Bjarne Holmbom, Joseph Buhagiar, and Alexandros Katalanos (2010). Forest Products with Health-Promoting and Medicinal Properties. In: "Forest, Trees and Human Health", Kjell Nilsson, Marcus Sangster, Christos Gallis, Terry Hartig, Sjerp de Vries, Klaus Seeland, Jasper Schipperijin (editors), Springer Publisher, pages 41-76. Link
5. Giovanni Sanesi, Christos Gallis, and Hans Dieter Kasperidus (2010).  Urban Forests and Their Ecosystem Services in Relation to Human Health. In: "Forest, Trees and Human Health", Kjell Nilsson, Marcus Sangster, Christos Gallis, Terry Hartig, Sjerp de Vries, Klaus Seeland, Jasper Schipperijin (editors), Springer Publisher, pages 23-40. Link
6. Miyazaki Y, Park BJ and Lee J. Nature therapy, designing our future- Prespectives on bioproduction, ecosystems and humanity. In: Sustainability Science Vol. 4. M. Osaki, A. Braimoh and K. Nakagami (Eds). United Nations University Press (in press)  
7. Osman-Elasha, B., Parrotta, J. (Coordinating Lead authors); Adger, N., Brockhaus, M., Colfer, C.J.P.,  Sohngen, B. (lead authors), Dafalla, T., Joyce, L.A., Nkem, J. & Robledo, C.  (contributing authors) 2009.  Future Socio-Economic Impacts and Vulnerabilities, by. (Chapter 4) in: Seppälä, R., Buck, A. and Katila, P. (eds.).  Adaptation of Forests and People to Climate Change – A Global Assessment Report. IUFRO World Series Vol. 22. Helsinki, pp. 101-122  
8. Colfer C, ed. 2008. Introduction.  Human Health and Forests:  A Global Interdisciplinary Overview of Issues, practice and Policy.  Earthscan/CIFOR, London, pp 1-10. Link
9. Allotey P, Gyapong M, and Colfer C.  2008.  The Gender Agenda and Tropical Forest Diseases.  Human Health and Forests:  A Global Interdisciplinary Overview of Issues, Practice and Policy (edited by Colfer).  Earthscan/CIFOR, London, pp. 135-160.  
10. Colfer C, Dudley R and Gardner R. 2008.  Forest Women, Health and Childbearing.  Human Health and Forests:  A Global Interdisciplinary Overview of Issues, Practice and Policy (edited by Colfer).  Earthscan/CIFOR, London, pp. 113-133.  
11. Dounias E, with Colfer C. 2008.  Sociocultural Dimensions of Diet and Health in Forest Dwellers’ Systems.  Human Health and Forests:  A Global Interdisciplinary Overview of Issues, practice and Policy (edited by Colfer).  Earthscan/CIFOR, London, pp. 275-292.  
12. Colfer C. 2008. Conclusions and Ways Forward.  Human Health and Forests:  A Global Interdisciplinary Overview of Issues, practice and Policy (edited by Colfer).  Earthscan/CIFOR, London, pp. 347-357. Link
13. Colfer C and Soedjito H. 2003.  [Update to] Food, Forests, and Fields in a Bornean Rain Forest:  Towards Appropriate Agroforestry Development. In Borneo in Transition: People, Forests, Conservation and Development. (Christine Padoch and Nancy Peluso, eds.)  Kuala Lumpur:  Oxford University Press, pp. 215-223.  
14. Vries, S. de (2010). Nearby nature and human health; looking at mechanisms and their implications. In: Ward Thompson, Aspinall & Bell (Eds.), Innovative Approaches to Researching Landscape and Health; Open Space: People Space 2. Oxon/New York: Routledge. Pp. 77-96.  
15. Li Q (ed). Forest Medicine, Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 400 Oser Avenue, Suite 1600, Hauppauge, NY, 2011 (in press).