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Rehabilitation of degraded forests in Asia

Ajit Kumar Banerjee

Rehabilitation of degraded forests in Asia

by Ajit Kumar Banerjee

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia.
    • Subjects:
    • Forest degradation -- Asia.,
    • Forest degradation -- Control -- Asia.,
    • Forest policy -- Asia.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 45-48).

      StatementAjit K. Banerjee.
      SeriesWorld Bank technical paper,, no. 270
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD418.3.A78 B36 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 48 p. :
      Number of Pages48
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1114208M
      ISBN 100821331191
      LC Control Number94040154

      Rehabilitation of Degraded Forest Lands in Southeast Asia – A Synthesis 7 Daniel B. Krishnapillay, Michael Kleine, Lucrecio L. Rebugio and Don K. Lee Forest Rehabilitation in Brunei Darussalam 21 Mahmud Yussof Rehabilitation of Degraded Forests in Indonesia 27 Suhardi, Eny Faridah, and Handojo HN.   Mori T Rehabilitation of degraded forests in lowland Kutai, East Kalimantan, Indonesia Rehabilitation of degraded tropical forest ecosystems: workshop proc. (Bogor: Center for International Forestry Research, 2–4 November ) pp 17–

      Rehabilitation of degraded forests and lands is an urgent matter from the perspectives of both compensation or enrichment of ecosystems and sustainable use of degraded areas on regional and global scales (Forestry Agency and ITTO, ). In logged-over forests, where original ecosystems more or less remain, the development of methods to Cited by: Description. Depending on the forest, the development of primary characteristics may take anywhere from a century to several millennia. Hardwood forests of the eastern United States, for example, can develop primary characteristics in one or two generations of trees, or – the disruption is the result of human activity, such as logging, but natural .

      Rehabilitation of Degraded Forests in Asia by Ajit Kumar Banerjee eBook: ISBN ISBN 新 not available: 中古 not available: レンタル not available: Digital not available: No copies of this book were found in stock from online book stores and marketplaces. Alert me when this book becomes : Ajit Kumar Banerjee. "Keep Asia Green" - Volume II During the second phase of the Keep Asia Green Publication Project forest scientists from countries in Northeast Asia work together to compile state-of-the-art information on the rehabilitation of degraded forests in the region.


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Add to Favorites; Email; Download Citation; Get Citation Alert; Authors/Editors: Ajit K. Banerjee. Abstract PDF (2MB) Cited By The degraded forests discussed in this paper are those that have been so badly damaged they have completely lost their protective or productive functions - but. Large areas of the world’s forests have been lost or degraded and landscapes everywhere are being simplified by current land-use practices.

In this publication, Lamb and Gilmour present approaches to restoring and rehabilitating the vast areas of degraded, fragmented and modified forests which cover much of the world. From an ecological perspective, degraded forests can present as structural changes in canopy cover, changes in species composition, biomass reduction, or other more subtle changes such as.

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Rehabilitation of degraded forests and forest lands is one of the possible pathways to improve livelihoods of poor farmers and others in the rural communities.

This report documents the results of four case studies in south China in which farmers, local officials and researchers analysed the problems of degraded forests and forest lands, and Cited by: 7.

Conservation Issues in Asia REHABILITATION OF DEGRADED FOREST ECOSYSTEMS IN CAMBODIA, LAO PDR, THAILAND AND VIETNAM AN OVERVIEW r, Nguyen Van San, and Xiong TsechalichaFile Size: KB.

vegetation density and soil cover decrease, and In Asia, a working definition of degraded these losses culminate in soil erosion, reduc- forest areas is: shifting cultivation areas, In;pe- tion in agricultural productivity, and ultimately rata grasslands, low-profile hacked forests. Rehabilitation of degraded forests in Asia (English) Abstract.

The degraded forests discussed in this paper are those that have been so badly damaged they have completely lost their protective or productive functions - but still retain their potential to by: Rehabilitation of Degraded Tropical Forest Ecosystems Project S. Kobayashi1, J.W.

Turnbull2 and C. Cossalter3 Abstract Tropical forests are being cleared at a rate of million hectares per year and timber harvesting results in over 5 million hectares becoming secondary forests annually without adequate management.

Part 4. Network of the rehabilitation of degraded forest ecosystems Information and Dataset System on the Rehabilitation of Degraded Tropical Forest Ecosystems Project for the International Network M. Anazawa, H. Sawada and S. Kobayashi FORSPA Initiative for Rehabilitation of Tropical Forests in the Asia-Pacific Region S.

Appanah and C. The present study was conducted to identify the missing key components for rehabilitation of a degraded plot of land in Thailand on which Acacia trees were planted 18 or 19 years ago.

Forests may be restored and rehabilitated by protective measures (e.g. protection from fire or grazing and erosion control), measures to accelerate natural recovery (e.g.

through direct seeding or by planting seedlings in degraded primary or secondary forests), measures to assist natural regeneration (e.g. through weed control on degraded lands. Rehabilitation and Restoration of Degraded Forests David Lamb and Don Gilmour The World Conservation Union Rehabilitation and Restoration of Degraded Forests IUCN – The World Conservation Union Founded inThe World Conservation Union brings together States, government agencies and a diverse range of non-governmental organizations.

Book: Rehabilitation and restoration of degraded forests + pp. Abstract: This book focuses on how and why forest cover could and should be re-established in many settings, and the ecological and socioeconomic rationale for doing by: management and rehabilitation of degraded and secondary tropical forests ITTO guidelines for the restoration, management and rehabilitation of degraded and secondary tropical forests Estimated extent of degraded and secondary forests by category in tropical Asia, tropical America and tropical Africa in.

15 Table 4. Factors File Size: 1MB. The following research objectives are proposed: (1). evaluation of forest harvesting and fire impacts on the forest ecosystems, (2). development of methods to rehabilitate logged-over forests, secondary forests and degraded forest lands, (3).

development of silvicultural techniques on plantation and degraded lands, (4). network on the. Rehabilitation of Degraded Tropical Forest Ecosystems: Workshop Proceedings November Bogor, Indonesia.

To develop rehabilitation planting techniques in tropical degraded forests, we investigated (1) basic soil characteristics and light conditions; (2) growth and survival of seven dipterocarp seedlings over 81 months; and (3) the effect of environmental factors on the survival of seedlings grown in three degraded vegetations (grassland, secondary forest, and logged forest) in Cited by: 5.

Thailand has suffered from severe deforestation during the last century. Forest cover has declined drastically both in terms of area and quality, mostly due to the expansion of human activities. Much of the deforested area has been used for agricultural purposes, but much has also been left in a degraded condition.

In late s, the forest declined to a point where Cited by: 9.8. People and forests 17 9. Experiences in rehabilitation of degraded forest ecosystems 17 Lessons learned 19 Issues for the future 20 Commitment to forest rehabilitation 20 Supportive, responsive and innovative policies 20 Integrating economic, social and environmental objectives 21 Technical improvement 21 This paper describes in brief the rehabilitation of degraded forests in West and Central Asia.

Specifically, the paper provides an overview of the regions' countries and people, landscape and land uses, and the current state and degradation of its forests. Further, the paper discusses the forest rehabilitation and restoration activities as well as the capacities in forest rehabilitation in Cited by: 2.