This book provides a solid foundation on which to form a consensus that addresses the needs of economics and society as well as forest conservation.
Author: William C. Price
Publisher: CRC Press
Understand the social, economic, and environmental impacts of the development of forest plantations—and the conservation involved Controversy surrounds the question of how to best protect forests of high conservation value, while meeting the growing demands for wood and wood fiber-based products. Plantations and Protected Areas in Sustainable Forestry presents the views of a diverse group of conservationists and natural resource professionals who examine important social and economic as well as ecological aspects of the debate. The goal of sustainable forest management is kept at the forefront of the discussions, while alternative strategies to meet economic and social needs are explored in light of the need to conserve biological diversity and protect other important ecological services and environmental values in key forest areas. For developed nations, there is an ethical responsibility to consider sensible development as well as environmental conservation. Plantations and Protected Areas in Sustainable Forestry discusses many of the prominent issues that are raised when considering intensively managed forests (plantations) and/or strict protection of high conservation value forests (protected areas) in the United States and elsewhere. These issues include: the role of plantations and their management; forest management certification to ensure sustainability; job creation from plantations, the effects of intensive forest management on society and the environment; and the protection of biodiversity. This book provides a solid foundation on which to form a consensus that addresses the needs of economics and society as well as forest conservation. Topics in Plantations and Protected Areas in Sustainable Forestry include: the future of forest plantations forest management certification community benefits derived from intensively managed industrial roundwood plantations the extent to which intensive forest management practices on plantations prevent degradation of natural forests positive and negative impacts of plantations on environmental and social values alternative approaches for investment in wood production global policy perspectives on intensive forest production global strategies for biodiversity conservation Plantations and Protected Areas in Sustainable Forestry provides a diversity of perspectives on one of today’s most important developments in international forest policy and international trade in the forest sector. It is intended to contribute to better-informed decision-making, and is an important book for policymakers, forest resource management professionals, and business leaders working to develop practical and effective strategies for sustainable forest management.
Plantations within the context of Protected Area Needs in North America
Certification systems set terms for the management of plantations , but do not
dictate when and where those terms should be applied . In this way , most
Limits to expansion of protected area systems underline the importance of seeking new ways to conserve biodiversity.
Author: Patricia Halladay
Limits to expansion of protected area systems underline the importance of seeking new ways to conserve biodiversity. The twelve case studies ranging from the High Andes to Viet Nam support the view that certain traditional agricultural and pastoral systems can succeed in attaining a sustainable level of production while at the same time maintaining both a high level of biodiversity and most functional aspects of the ecosystems.
Special Protection Zones ( SPZs ) are managed for conservation and timber
harvesting is excluded . ... 6 Proportion of public land in forest management
zones , plantations , and conservation reserves Softwood plantations 5 % Other
Author: Graeme Worboys
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Protected Area Management: Principles and Practice 2e examines the multi-disciplinary task of managing protected areas. This second edition of this authorative text has been updated, expanded and includes new AUstralian and international case studies.
Agroforestry plantations to meet buffer zones and transitional zones where fuel -
wood and construction needs of local conflicts with frontiers can be reduced in
people should be permitted within the order to serve the protected area . buffer
Release on 2000 | by IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas. Southeast Asia Regional Forum
... protected areas . The assistance and participation in protected areas is
essential for the government to conserve ... the local people • the regulation of
development ( roads , logging , plantations ) near the protected areas . Ipat Luna
- Tenure ...
Author: IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas. Southeast Asia Regional Forum
Release on 1999 | by Canadian Council on Ecological Areas. Conference
Analysis of variance ( ANOVA ) was used to test for differences in diversity
indices using stand type ( four levels represented by three age classes of plantations and natural stands ) and vegetation type ( 2 levels ) as the main
Author: Canadian Council on Ecological Areas. Conference
Publisher: Fredericton, N.-B. : Atlantic Forestry Centre = Centre de foresterie de l'Atlantique
Proceedings of a conference on protected areas and the integration of ecological, societal, and economic values. Topics of presentations include the importance of ecological areas, biological conservation, biodiversity, forest policy, system planning & management of protected areas, drawing ecological reserve boundaries, ecological land classification, marine & freshwater protected areas, and landowner views & responsibilities concerning protected areas.
Van Gujjars Proposal for the Rajaji Area. the excess removal being carried out
due to clear felling in the Bijnor Plantation Division . The four year [ bamboo )
cutting cycle appeared to be satisfactory . Cutting rules were , however , seldom ...
Publisher: Rural Litigation & Entitlement Kendra
Category: Community forests
This book outlines the first alternative management plan proposed for the protected areas of India. It is based on the expertise of the Van Gujjars (Forest nomads) and other local people, whilst also consulting and recognising the opinion of policy makers, activists and researchers.
This book addresses the ecological aspects of colonisation by native tree species in the abandoned plantations within a PA and suggests restoration activities from ecological and social perspectives, helpful to forest and plantation ...
Author: Chetan H C
Publisher: Educreation Publishing
Globally, millions of hectares of tropical forests have been cleared and replaced with commercial plantations. Many of these plantations are abandoned or put to alternative use. Abandoned plantations provide opportunities that compensate to an extent, forest cover depletion in the tropics. However, restoration of such abandoned land to natural forests involves a complex interplay of ecological, socio-economic and legal issues. Apart from ecological issues of colonisation, there are social issues of rehabilitating people once they lose their livelihood, legal rights of the landowner, economics of abandonment and finally legal issues such as protected areas (PAs) act and legislation that can lead to abandonment. In the Western Ghats, tea plantations were established in the rainforest during the colonial rule and are owned by individuals or large companies. During the globalisation process, the demand for tea decreased and many small owners could not maintain their plantations due to labour and other issues which led to the abandonment of many such plantations. In addition, plantations established during the British rule are now inside PAs, and they face closure once the lease on the land expires. In the Trivandrum division alone, which has a large number of plantations, almost 55% have been abandoned. In areas that lie within PAs, forest managers are keen that the plantations should be annexed to the PA, but such large-scale abandonment of land provides a challenge to restoration of native species. This book addresses the ecological aspects of colonisation by native tree species in the abandoned plantations within a PA and suggests restoration activities from ecological and social perspectives, helpful to forest and plantation managers.
NOW AVAILABLE FROM HAWORTH PRESS Plantations and Protected Areas in
Sustainable Forestry PLANTATIONS ... social , economic , and environmental
impacts of the development of forest plantations and the conservation involved .
Only eight percent have coffeecacao plantations in areas larger than 100 tareas .
These data indicate that coffeecacao plantations are agroecosystems suitable
not only for medium and large agriculture but also for small and “ micro " farms ...
Conclusions In the time span of 1989/90 to 2000 , plantation forestry became
established in Lao PDR . ... which facilitated the introduction of the concepts
associated with plantation forestry and the protected area system as it was
perceived by ...
Active participation from the local communities was ensured in order to sustain
these protected areas . The locally extinct plant species were brought from
outside for propagation and plantation to restore the local ecosystems . The local
It becomes imperative then that other economically potential species be planted
in plantations for conservation purposes ... B. Genebank In 1992 , however , the
National Integrated Protected Areas System ( NIPAS ) was promulgated into law .
Figure 5.3 Location of Piauí and the region of influence of FDPP the San
Francisco Valley . ... which has helped Figure 5.4 Main components of the FDPP
FOREST PLANTATIONS PROTECTED AREAS INDUSTRIAL TIMBER SUPPLY
Release on 2002 | by Science and Management of Protected Areas Association
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Science and
Management of Protected Areas, 14-19 May 2000 ... points of interaction include :
( i ) the increasing intensity of the compound farming system ( primarily cocoa plantations ) ...
Author: Science and Management of Protected Areas Association
Publisher: Wolfville, N.S. : Science and Management of Protected Areas Association
Release on 2006 | by International Tropical Timber Organization
At least 2.37 million hectares ( 42 % ) of the region's plantation estate are
covered by management plans . ... in the other regions , there is little consistent
and reliable information about the amount and management of forested protected areas .
Author: International Tropical Timber Organization
Release on 1952 | by Queensland. Parliament. Legislative Assembly
Of these , 63 crossed external breaks and burnt 45,000 acres of natural forest
and 41 acres of plantations . Fires arising internally on protected areas numbered
115. The total area burnt over by these was 97,000 acres of natural forest and