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Originally published: London : Earthscan, 2006.
|Statement||edited by Jennifer Rietbergen-McCracken, Stewart Maginnis and Alastair Sarre.|
|Contributions||Rietbergen-McCracken, Jennifer, 1962-, Maginnis, Stewart., Sarre, Alastair.|
|LC Classifications||SD409 .F613 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008015769|
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This book, authored and collected by leading international authorities in the field of forestry, is the first comprehensive, practical treatment of Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR).
As an approach to conservation, FLR provides a complementary framework to sustainable forest management and the ecosystem approach in landscapes in cases where. This handbook, authored and edited by international authorities in the field of forestry, is the first practical guide to The forest landscape restoration handbook book forest landscape restoration (FLR) to repair the damage done to forest lands by poor land management practice.
Forest loss and degradation have caused a decline in the quality of ecosystem services around the world. But fixing the problem takes more than just planting trees; practitioners increasingly realize that a landscape approach is essential.
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This book, authored and collected by leading international authorities in the field of forestry, is the first comprehensive, practical treatment of Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR). As an approach to conservation, FLR provides a complementary framework to sustainable forest management and the ecosystem approach in landscapes in cases where Cited by: This book, authored and collected by leading international authorities in the field of forestry, is the first comprehensive, practical treatment of Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR).
As an approach to conservation, FLR provides a complementary framework to sustainable forest management and the ecosystem approach in landscapes in cases where Author: Stewart Maginnis, Jennifer Rietbergen-McCracken, Alastair Sarre.
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Forest restoration is defined as “actions to re-instate ecological processes, which accelerate recovery of forest structure, ecological functioning and biodiversity levels towards those typical of climax forest” i.e. the end-stage of natural forest forests are relatively stable ecosystems that have developed the maximum biomass, structural complexity and species.
The Forest Landscape Restoration Handbook 作者: Rietbergen-McCracken, Jennifer (EDT)/ Maginnis, Stewart (EDT)/ Sarre, Alastair (EDT) 出版社: Stylus Pub Llc 页数: 定价: 75 装帧: HRD ISBN: Forest Landscape Restoration: Integrated Approaches to Support Effective Implementation 1st Edition.
Stephanie Mansourian, John Parrotta Aug Forest landscape restoration (FLR) is a planned process that aims to regain ecological integrity and enhance human wellbeing in deforested or degraded landscapes. ** Launched 9th August at IUFRO World Forestry Congress in Brisbane ** The importance of restoration continues to grow, and this book integrates the restoration of forest functions into landscape conservation plans.
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UK - India forest landscape restoration As part of a UK–India collaboration on forestry, this summary report shows how Forest Landscape Restoration can safeguard biodiversity by taking a landscape approach using appropriate technologies and practical applications. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Evan Hjerpe.
The design and governance of multi-party monitoring under the U.S. Forest Service’s Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program. Journal of Forestry Schultz, C., Sisk, T.D., Noon, B.R., and Nie, M.A. (invited paper).
Wildlife conservation planning under the United States Forest Service’s planning rule. This journal paper investigates the factors that drive deer damage to woodlands using the National Forest Inventory sample square data. We found that the likelihood of damage to trees depends on cross-scale interactions between climate, deer density and landscape structure.
The complex interactive effects uncovered are difficult to interpret. Her research focuses on successional pathways, forest regeneration, forest and landscape restoration, and ecosystem services. She recently served as the Executive Director of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation and as Director of the NSF-funded Research Coordination Network PARTNERS (People and Reforestation in the Tropics).
(shelved 1 time as restoration-ecology) avg rating — 2, ratings — published Landscape approaches present opportunities for sustainable development by enhancing opportunities for synergy between multiple objectives in landscapes (i.e., social, economic and environmental).
They challenge the ‘one-place-one-function’ concept of specialization that sees agriculture, forest and urban spheres as ‘silos’. Drawing on a large range of case studies from. General references: Books Wildland Restoration Ecology (REM ) Fall Professor R.
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California occurrences of pine. Forest landscape restoration 19 iv. Forest protected areas 21 v. Non-timber forest products 23 vi. Unsustainable, unregulated and unauthorized harvesting 25 b.
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A Handbook for Managers of Cultural Landscapes with Natural Resource Values This handbook addresses the relationship of nature and culture in cultural landscapes, presenting strategies and advice to encourage a comprehensive approach for more effective management of cultural and natural values of a landscape.
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Photo by Tom Griggs, River Partners. ii PRAIRIE RESTORATION HANDBOOK figure 1: A grass corridor linking two prairie remnants or plantings can help to increase plant, insect, and other animal diversity in those areas if the corridor is large enough to harbor plant species and encourage insect and other animal movement between the Size: 1MB.
take place across a landscape, and may be entered into at the region or forest level. SPAs tier from a MSA and outline the details of a specific project. SPAs cannot serve as stand-alone agreements. MSAs with SPAs are useful mechanisms for partners who intend to have multiple stewardship agreements with the agency.
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