These Excel documents contain lists of the FRP material. They are arranged into three sequences as described in the box on the right.
These links provide access to further information about the FRP and an on-line archive of many of the FRP documents which the RSL holds in hard copy.
The Forestry Research Programme (which closed in 2006) helped to provide research support to projects aiding the forest-dependant poor in a number of developing countries. Many of the paper archives and documents relating to the work of the FRP have been preserved at the Radcliffe Science Library. Work has been undertaken to sort and catalogue the FRP archive to make it more easily available to researchers in the future. The archive contains a range of materials including publications from FRP projects and accompanying administrative documents.
The FRP archive has been stored in our Book Storage Facility (BSF) in Swindon.
The catalogued FRP material is contained in a sequence of individually numbered archive boxes arranged in three sequences according to the type of material.
Boxes held in Swindon can be found and recalled using the SOLO library catalogue. Please allow between 24 - 48 hours for delivery of material to the library.
1XXX - Project Sequence - Stored at Swindon
2XXX - Background Sequence - Stored at Swindon
3XXX - Admin Sequence - Stored at Swindon
You can find more details about the contents of each FRP box using the set of Excel spreadsheets which can be download from the box on the left. These spreadsheets contain more detailed information about the contents of each box (e.g. project title and number).
When you have found the boxes you are interested in, the spreadsheet will tell you the box barcode number. You can put this barcode number into SOLO to bring up the appropriate record. If the box is at Swindon you can now order it through SOLO.
The library holds a small collection of papers, manuscripts and photographs from former members of the Oxford Forestry Institute. The contents of the archive are as follows -
Please note that these archives are not fully listed and are kept in closed stacks. If you wish to view these archives you must contact the Life Sciences Subject Librarian.