Depletion of Forest Resources
- Community Forestry in Germany, a Case Study Seen Through the Lens of the International Model. Schusser, Carsten; Krott, Max; Logmani, Jacqueline; Sadath, Nazmus; Movuh, Mbolo C. Yufanyi; Salla, Manjola // Journal of Sustainable Development;Sep2013, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p88
Recent and on-going international research, especially on community forestry in developing countries, has begun to question the success of the international community forestry concept that was introduced more recently, by the end of the 1970s. Though it appears that community forestry does...
- FIEA News. // New Zealand Forest Industries;Mar2001, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p37
Presents news from the New Zealand-based Forestry Industry Engineering Association (FIEA), recent as of March 2001. Maintech mill maintenance seminars and exhibition; Trex Co.'s non-wood decks; Industry publications; 2001 forest industry awards.
- The New Forests of New York. Conklin, H. E. // Challenge (05775132);May66, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p203
This article comments on the New York forestry as of May 1966. By 1900 there was only one real forest left in the state. It was in the Adirondack Mountains. The woods in the Catskill Mountains and on the Tug Hill Plateau only occasionally were referred to as forests. There were trees in the...
- China values TAR's forest eco-resources at 470 billion yuan. // Tibetan Review: The Monthly Magazine on all Aspects of Tibet;Feb2009, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p7
The article reports on the value of forest ecosystem resources of Nyingchi Prefecture of the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) in China. Reportedly, the prefecture is the third largest forest area in China and its forest resources could amount to 88.91 billion yuan. Nyingchi comprises 80% of the...
- On the sustainable productivity of planted forests Powers, Robert F. // New Forests;Jan1999, Vol. 17 Issue 1-3, p263
Planted forests have more than a millennium of history and representthe world's best hope for meeting global wood requirements in the twenty-first century. Advances in genetic improvement, nursery practices, stand establishment, and tending, harvesting, and manufacturing have boosted plantation...
- Logging Van Diemen's Land. McGhee, Karen // Ecos;Nov/Dec2004, Issue 122, p26
The article discusses the forestry in Tasmania. The biggest issue in Tasmania is conversion, the clearing of native forests to plant plantations. Beside poisoning and old-growth logging, there are several other strong criticisms about the way forestry operates in Tasmania. There are more and...
- The changing relationships between forestry and the local community in rural northwestern Ireland. Fléchard, Marie-Christine; Carroll, Matthew S.; Cohn, Patricia J.; Ní Dhubháin, Áine // Canadian Journal of Forest Research;Oct2007, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p1999
Following centuries of deforestation, Ireland has undergone a substantial afforestation programme in the last 40 years. This paper presents the results of a case study undertaken to examine local response to afforestation. The study is set in Arigna, a region in northwestern Ireland that has...
- Planting the next generation of workers. Louiseize, Kelly // Northern Ontario Business;Jun2005, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p30
Reports on the collaboration among several forestry companies and Aboriginal communities in Northern Ontario to offer youth a chance to gain insight into wood harvesting operations. Features of the program; Companies involved in the forestry scheme.
- Industry Statistics. // New Zealand Forest Industries;2004 Directory, Vol. 35, p5
Presents data of forestry product exports from New Zealand ports for the year ending June 2003. Auckland; Blubb; Dunedin; Gisborne.