The Management of Industrial Forest Plantations

Theoretical Foundations and Applications

Author: José G. Borges,Luis Diaz-Balteiro,Marc E. McDill,Luiz C.E. Rodriguez

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9401788995

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 543

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The Management of Industrial Forest Plantations. Theoretical Foundations and Applications provides a synthesis of current knowledge about industrial forestry management planning processes. It covers components of the forest supply chain ranging from modelling techniques to management planning approaches and information and communication technology support. It may provide effective support to education, research and outreach activities that focus on forest industrial plantations management. It may contribute further to support forest managers when developing industrial plantations management plans. The book includes the discussion of applications in 26 Management Planning in Actions boxes. These applications highlight the linkage between theory and practice and the contribution of models, methods and management planning approaches to the efficiency and the effectiveness of industrial plantations management planning.
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Governmental Inerventions, Social Needs, and the Management of U.S. Forests

Author: Roger A. Sedjo

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317357973

Category: Science

Page: 322

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Originally published in 1983, Governmental Interventions, Social Needs, and the Management of U.S. Forests aims to advise government and non-government managers about the issues around forestry in the United States. This report emphasises the management of forest lands in relation to the welfare of society touching on issues such as forest service planning, the effect of state regulations on private forest investments and the adequacy of timber resources. This title will be of interest to students of Environmental Studies and professionals.
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The Global Economics of Forestry

Author: William F. Hyde

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136334300

Category: Nature

Page: 496

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This book traces the economic and biological pattern of forest development from initial settlement and harvest activity at the natural forest frontier to modern industrial forest plantations. It builds from diagrams describing three discrete stages of forest development, and then discusses the management and policy implications associated with each, supporting its observations with examples and data from six continents and from both developed and developing countries. It shows that characteristic distinctions between the three stages make forestry unusual in natural resource management and that effective policy requires different, even contrasting, decisions at each stage. William F. Hyde’s comprehensive discussion covers a wide range of issues, including the impacts of both specific forest policies and broader macroeconomic policies, the unique requirements of current issues such as global warming, biodiversity and tourism, and the complexities of the different forest products industries. Concluding chapters review the roles of the newer institutional landowners, of smaller private and farm landowners, and of public agencies. This highly-original volume reaches far beyond forest economics; it explains what forestry can do for regional development and environmental conservation and what policies designed for other sectors and the macro-economy can do for forestry.
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Sustainable Forest Management

Author: Klaus von Gadow,Timo Pukkala,Margarida Tomé

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401098190

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 368

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During its 200-year history the concept of sustainable forest ecosystem management has been the object of scientific and political discussion, with varying degrees of intensity - promoted with vehement fervour during periods of social or economic crisis, and less intensely during periods of stability. This volume, which forms part of the book series Managing Forest Ecosystems, presents state-of-the-art contributions presented by 9 leading authors from North America, Europe, Australia, and Southern Africa. If technical knowledge is a constraint to the implementation of sustainable management, this book contains a wealth of information which may be useful to students and practitioners alike. The specific target readership includes company management, the legal and policy environment, and forestry administrators. This book's unique feature is its holistic approach which includes ecological, socio-political, and timber supply issues.
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Management of Soil, Nutrients and Water in Tropical Plantation Forests

Author: E. K. Sadanandan Nambiar,Alan Gordon Brown

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Tree farms

Page: 571

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Plantations for the tropics their, extent and nature. Genetic resources for plantation forestry. The biophysical environment. Soils of the tropics and their management for plantation forestry. Hydrology of forest platations in the tropics Dynamics of leaf and canopy development. The ecophysiological basis for productivity in the tropics. Roots and Mycorrhizas in plantation ecosystems. Nitrogen fixation in tropical forest plantations. Dynamics of nutrient supply in plantation soils. Soil and stand management for short-rotation plantations. Stand development and productivity. Origanic matter accretion, decomposition and mineralisation. Reforestation of salt-affected and acid soils. Towards sustained productivity and acid soils. Towards sustained productivity of tropical plantations: science and pratictice.
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Plantation Forestry in the Tropics

Tree Planting for Industrial, Social, Environmental, and Agroforestry Purposes

Author: Julian Evans

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780198542575

Category: Psychology

Page: 403

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This new edition has been completely revised to provide up-to-date accounts of silvicultural practices, rural development issues, and the wider role that tree-planting plays. The chapters on agroforestry and protection forestry have been virutally rewritten, while throughout the book the important place of social forestry is recognized.
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Criteria and Indicators for Sustainable Plantation Forestry in Indonesia

Author: Dwi R. Muhtaman,Chairil Anwar Siregar,Peter Hopmans

Publisher: CIFOR

ISBN: 9798764528

Category: Bæredygtighed

Page: 63

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The CIFOR set of Criteria and Indicators (C&I) together with other sets prepared by organisations (ITTO, WWE, SmartWood, LEI) formed the basis for the present evaluation of C7I for the use sustainable management of Acacia mangium plantations. Field testing of C7I was conducted at two sites in Sumatra (Riau and Subanjeriji) and one site in Kalimantan (Pulau Laut) during 1997 and 1998. The C&I identified for each site are summarised in this report.
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The Sustainability of Forest Management

Assessing the Impact of CIFOR's Criteria and Indicators Research

Author: Michael J. Spilsbury

Publisher: CIFOR

ISBN: 9793361905

Category: Forest management

Page: 126

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Forests, Water and People in the Humid Tropics

Past, Present and Future Hydrological Research for Integrated Land and Water Management

Author: M. Bonell,L. A. Bruijnzeel

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521829533

Category: Nature

Page: 925

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Forests, Water and People in the Humid Tropics is a comprehensive review of the hydrological and physiological functioning of tropical rain forests, the environmental impacts of their disturbance and conversion to other land uses, and optimum strategies for managing them. The book brings together leading specialists in such diverse fields as tropical anthropology and human geography, environmental economics, climatology and meteorology, hydrology, geomorphology, plant and aquatic ecology, forestry and conservation agronomy. The editors have supplemented the individual contributions with invaluable overviews of the main sections and provide key pointers for future research. Specialists will find authenticated detail in chapters written by experts on a whole range of people-water-land use issues, managers and practitioners will learn more about the implications of ongoing and planned forest conversion, while scientists and students will appreciate a unique review of the literature.
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Farmers' Bulletin

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Agriculture

Page: N.A

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Paper Farming

The Role of Plantations in the Sustainable Paper Cycle

Author: N.A

Publisher: IIED

ISBN: 1843691515

Category:

Page: 60

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Transgenic Crops V

Author: Eng Chong Pua,Michael R. Davey

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3540491619

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 563

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The status of crop biotechnology before 2001 was reviewed in Transgenic Crops I-III, but recent advances in plant cell and molecular biology have prompted the need for new volumes. This volume is devoted to fruit, trees and beverage crops. It presents the current knowledge of plant biotechnology as an important tool for crop improvement and includes up-to-date methodologies.
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Plantations, Privatization, Poverty and Power

Changing Ownership and Management of State Forests

Author: Michael Garforth,James Mayers

Publisher: Earthscan

ISBN: 1849772207

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 328

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Private sector delivery of state services is increasingly common worldwide, and state forest plantation management is no exception. Increasingly governments are transferring rights and responsibilities to the private sector for state-owned plantations. Some claim that this is the road to achieving sustainable forest management, greater contributions to local livelihoods and poverty reduction, others disagree. This book examines the evidence and explores the many issues raised by these changing relationships between the state, the private sector and local livelihoods. Experiences from around the world are described through seven case studies from Australia, China, Chile, India, New Zealand, South Africa and the United Kingdom, and key lessons and clear guidance are provided on how governments can best achieve a balance between private and public involvement while continuing to deliver the key social goods and services expected by all citizens.
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