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         Forests Environment:     more books (100)
  1. The Forest Ranger: A Study in Administrative Behavior (Rff Press) by Professor Herbert Kaufman, 2006-01-04
  2. From the Redwood Forest : Ancient Trees and the Bottom Line: A Headwaters Journey by Joan Dunning, Doug Thron, 1998-10
  3. Shadows in the Forest: Japan and the Politics of Timber in Southeast Asia (Politics, Science, and the Environment) by Peter Dauvergne, 1997-06-06
  4. Nature and Culture in the Northern Forest: Region, Heritage, and Environment in the Rural Northeast (American Land & Life)
  5. Governing Africa's Forests in a Globalized World (The Earthscan ForestLibrary)
  6. A New Face on the Countryside: Indians, Colonists, and Slaves in South Atlantic Forests, 1500-1800 (Studies in Environment and History) by Timothy Silver, 1990-03-30
  7. Edible Forest Gardens: Ecological Vision, Theory For Temperate Climate Permaculture by Dave Jacke, Eric Toensmeier, 2005-08-30
  8. Forest Hydrology: An Introduction to Water and Forests, Second Edition by Mingteh Chang, 2006-05-25
  9. The Final Forest: Big Trees, Forks, and the Pacific Northwest by William Dietrich, 2010-10-01
  10. The Trees in My Forest by Bernd Heinrich, 1998-10-01
  11. Ecology and Management of Central Hardwood Forests by Ray R. Hicks, 1998-11-16
  12. Ecosystem Goods and Services from Plantation Forests (The Earthscan ForestLibrary)
  13. Saving Forests, Protecting People?: Environmental Conservation in Central America by Max J. Pfeffer, 2009-03-16
  14. Business Management and the Natural Environment: Cases and Text by Richard Vietor, Forest Reinhardt, 1995-08-09

61. "Do We Have Enough Forests?" By Sten Nilsson, Ph.D.
19) Mayers, J. and Bass, S., 1999, Policy that works for forests and people. International Institute for environment and Development (IIED), London, UK.
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Currently, Sten Nilsson, Ph.D., is on staff at The Internation al Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Austria. He is also a working member of the Royal ... environment deforestation
Do We Have Enough Forests?
By Sten Nilsson, Ph.D.
Updated excerpts from "IUFRO Occasional Paper No. 5"
article highlights

Deforestation is causing a dramatic decline in:
  • wood for industrial use, fuel and other human needs

62. GEO-2000: Chapter Two: The State Of The Environment - Africa - Forests
Global environment Outlook 2000. Chapter Two TheState of the environment Africa - forests.
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Chapter Two: The State of the Environment ... Africa Forests The forests of Africa cover 520 million hectares and constitute more than 17 per cent of the world's forests. They are largely concentrated in the tropical zones of Western and Central, Eastern and Southern Africa. With more than 109 million hectares of forests, the Democratic Republic of the Congo alone has more than 20 per cent of the region's forest cover, while Northern Africa has little more than 9 per cent (FAO 1997a), principally along the coast of the western Mediterranean countries. Forests include dry tropical forests in the Sahel, Eastern and Southern Africa, humid tropical forests in Western and Central Africa, diverse sub-tropical forest and woodland formations in Northern Africa and the southern tip of the continent, as well as mangroves in the coastal zones. Forests play an important economic role in many countries. Forest products provide 6 per cent of GDP in the region, the highest in the world. But the share of forest products in trade is only 2 per cent, lower than the world average of 3 per cent (FAO 1998).
Forest extent 1980, 1990 and 1995

63. GEO-2000: Chapter Two: The State Of The Environment - Asia And The Pacific - For
Global environment Outlook 2000. Chapter Two The Stateof the environment Asia and the Pacific - forests.
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Chapter Two: The State of the Environment ... Asia and the Pacific Forests Primary forests in the region have been substantially depleted. Excessive cutting for timber and clearing for agriculture, including commercial plantation crops, have been the two major direct causes of deforestation (FAO 1997a, UNESCAP/ADB 1995). Commercial logging by the top five producers in the region - China, India, Indonesia, Japan and Malaysia - produces more than 200 million m of roundwood annually (ASEAN 1997, and WRI, UNEP, UNDP and WB 1998). Forty per cent of Australia's forests have been cleared, and only about 25 per cent of the original forest estate in Australia remains relatively unaffected by clearing or harvesting (Commonwealth of Australia 1996). Many of the remaining forests in the Mekong basin countries have been logged so extensively that they are now of critically low quality. For example, only about 10 per cent of the remaining forests in the Lao People's Democratic Republic are commercially valuable (MRC/UNEP 1997a). Illegal and unmonitored logging is also a significant cause of deforestation. Commercial logging in the larger Pacific Islands has been largely driven by offshore demand, particularly in Asia, and deforestation rates have recently approached 2 per cent in countries such as Samoa (Government of Western Samoa 1994).
Forest extent, 1990 and 1995

64. Population And The Environment: The Global Challenge, Population Reports, Series
world (76). forests have many functions of value both to humanity andto nature itself. Take Signs). Pressures on forests. Current demand
  • The Earth and Its People
  • Pollution and Health Risks
  • Feeding a Future World
  • Freshwater: Lifeblood of the Planet ...
  • Bibliography

    Population Reports
    is published by the Population Information Program, Center for Communication Programs, The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, 111 Market Place, Suite 310, Baltimore, Maryland 21202-4012, USA
    Volume XXVIII, Number 3
    Fall 2000 Series M, Number 15
    Special Topics F orests—the Earth's Lungs
    The world's forest cover is shrinking. Over the past 50 years nearly half of the world's original forest cover has been lost—some 3 billion hectares. Each year another 16 million hectares of virgin forest are cut, bulldozed, or burned ( Between 1980 and 1995 the world lost some 180 million hectares of forest—an area the size of Indonesia. While developed countries had a net increase of 20 million hectares due to reforestation, this gain was more than offset by a net decrease of 200 million hectares in the developing world ( Forests have many functions of value both to humanity and to nature itself. Take away the trees, and the intricately linked ecosystem unravels (
  • 65. The People's Commission On Environment & Development India
    forests In Andaman Nicobar. Mangroves in Andaman islands. Andaman and Nicobar groupof islands abound in tropical forests and rich natural vegetation.

    Foreword Public Hearing Vanishing Forests ... Issues In Rajasthan's Joint Forest Management
    Forests In An
    Mangroves in Andaman islands
    Andaman and Nicobar group of islands abound in tropical forests and rich natural vegetation. The forest cover is about 75% with a wide variation of types, including of commercial timber. The main forest types are: (i) mangrove; (ii) beach; (iii) moist deciduous; (iv) low -level wet evergreen; and (v) higher level wet evergreen. The moist deciduous and low-level wet evergreen forests are economically very important. Most of the important hard woods species, including the valuable Padauk (Pterocarpus delbergioides) and Gurjan (Dipterocarpus spp.) are found in the forest. Gurjan , the most important species, forms about 30.5% of the total timber extracted from the islands. No proper stock mapping has yet been done, but it is estimated that about 66% of the forest area of Andaman Islands, excluding the areas under mangrove and beach forests, is covered by wet evergreen forest and the remaining by moist deciduous forest.
    One school of thought is that forests should be the basis of all development, the vegetation should not be tampered with and productive activity should be confined to utilising forest produce in forest - based industries . The soil erosion from lands cleared in the past lends support to this view. It is feared that the islands' topography and heavy rainfall will induce total soil loss if more forests are cleared.

    66. NRE Forests
    Go to the No Frames version.
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    67. NRE: Conservation And Environment: Victoria's Box-Ironbark Forests And Woodlands
    PDF 76 kb) Government Response Government Response to environment Conservation CouncilBoxIronbark forests And Woodlands Investigation Final Report (PDF 239 kb

    68. CCE Catalog Natural Resources: Environment, Forests, Wildlife Listings
    Natural Resources environment, forests, Wildlife. Aquatic PlantsAnotherWorld A guide for adults to use with children to help
    Cornell University Cornell Cooperative Extension
    Natural Resources: Environment, Forests, Wildlife
    Aquatic PlantsAnother World
    A guide for adults to use with children to help them discover plants that live in and around water. A basic introduction to the world of large aquatic plants. Appropriate for fourth grade and higher. 14 pp.
    Biodiversity for Forests and Farms
    Useful to anyone who wants to protect and enhance habitat for fish and wildlife and the many ecological services upon which we all depend. Introduces the technologies of GAP analysis and geographic information systems. 28 min.
    Video 147VBFFF $26.25

    Birds of Prey: Understanding Predation and Northeastern Birds of Prey
    This timeless publication is used in homeschools and classrooms. Detailed species accounts of 27 vultures, hawks, eagles, ospreys, falcons, and owls. Includes 27 color plates and illustrations. Shows a typical food chain and typical food web. The authors explore the role of predation in nature, predator-prey relationships, and life histories and ecology of birds of prey. 48 pp.
    Enhancement of Wildlife Habitat on Private Lands
    Have you ever wondered what you could do to help wildlife or why you should? An increase in some insect-eating birds around a garden may naturally reduce insect damage to garden produce. Habitat enhancement can increase both the number and variety of wildlife on your property to allow close viewing or study of various birds and mammals. Conversely, do you want to know what kind of habitat attracts unwanted wildlife to your land? This publication shows what types of habitat attract which animals so you can either attract, or discourage, these creatures. Includes dozens of illustrations and detailed instructions for making 10 habitat projects. Many are applicable for an urban park, suburban backyard or rural area. 42-pp. ISBN 1-57753-223-6

    69. UNU-IAS - World Forests, Society & Environment
    Home, Publications World forests, Society environment.
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    Matti Palo and Jussi Uusivuori (eds)
    November 12, 2001
    This book addresses global and regional issues concerning the world’s forests, societies and the environment from an independent and non-governmental point of view. The main message is that cooperation on a global scale is not only commendable, but essential if solutions to the problems facing the world’s forests are to be found. To achieve this, modern science needs to find a clearer picture of relationships between forests, human activity and the environment and of the consequences of environmental change for the ability of societies to survive. Part I of this volume, Editorial Perspectives, is analyzing the ongoing globalization processes of forests, societies and the environment. Part II, Society and Environment, reviews worldwide trends with significance for the future of forests, forestry and industries. While the trends are influenced by forest sector issues, that sector is influenced to a much larger extent by external factors-such as demography, urbanization, or technological development. Part III. Importance of Forests, looks at the value of the goods and services of forests: tangible and intangible, market and non-market, and concludes that failure to recognize their full value is one of the crucial impediments to sustainable development.

    70. UNU/IAS - World Forests, Society & Environment
    Home, Research Past Research Sustainability Development Worldforests, Society environment. World forests, Society and environment
    Home Research Past Research Currrent Research ... Past Research
    World Forests, Society and Environment
    December 1995 – December 1998 This project was initiated to study and document trends in the world forestry sector and related environmental, economic, and policy issues. The initiative represents a closer look into one of the most important natural resources, world forests, and their relationships with the environment. It is supported by the Finnish Government and in cooperation with the Finnish Forest Research Institute, the European Forest Institute and FAO. The long–term goal of this initiative is to build an electronic network of research centers around the world that could exchange data, participate in future scenario analysis, and design relevant environmental policy initiatives.
    Addresses global and regional issues concerning the world’s forests, societies and the environment from an independent and non-governmental point of view. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999, 404 pages.

    71. FAO : SD Dimensions : Environment : Environmental Conventions And Agreements
    Commission for forests. It is cochaired by Ola Ullsten, former Prime Ministerof Sweden and Emil Salim, former Minister of Population and environment of
    Posted February 1998
    Introduction Crops Plants Animals Forests Fish Soil This Special is an extract from "Human Nature: Agricultural Biodiversity and Farm-based Food Security" by Hope Shand, an independent study prepared by the Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI) for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (December 1997). The full publication is available in Portable Document Format (PDF) FORESTED AREAS of the world today cover approximately 3,442 million hectares, 27 percent of the earth's area . Forests are the most species-diverse terrestrial habitats . At the end of 1990, approximately 51% of the world's forests were located in the tropics and sub-tropics . Tropical forests, both moist and dry, cover an estimated 1,756 million hectares in frost-free regions between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn . Tropical forests comprise the most complex, species-rich ecosystems in the terrestrial world. Fourteen of the 18 areas on Earth with unusually high plant endemism (that is, plants found nowhere else) lie within the moist tropics. These forests collectively contain more than 37,000 endemic species, or 15% of all plant species, in less than 311,000 sq. km., or just 0.2% of the Earth's land surface In Amazonian Ecuador, 473 tree species have been recorded on a single hectare. In Panama, 1200 species of beetles have been collected on a single tree species

    72. WFSE - World Forests, Society And Environment - A Global Research Program
    IUFRO's Special Project. World forests, Society and environment. A Global ResearchProgram. World forests, Society and environment. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
    IUFRO's Special Project
    World Forests, Society and Environment
    A Global Research Program
    IUFRO-WFSE's Mission The mission of WFSE is globally relevant research, effective dissemination and human capacity building on interrelationships between forests, society and environment in support of sustainable forest development and well-being of people. The mission is attained through the strategy of
    • promoting high-quality globally relevant research on the interrelationships between forest, society and environment; especially by critical reviews and comparative analyses; producing research-based publications on important topics and issues of current concern in forest and related sectors from an independent, non-governmental point of view; increasing the human capacity for global research and policy processes with emphasis on developing countries and countries in transition; supporting global networking of scientists and promoting dialogue between scientists, opinion formers and policy makers worldwide.
    The Finnish Forest Research Institute (METLA), the European Forest Institute (EFI), and the United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU/ IAS, replaced by UNU Headquarters in 2000) initiated the World Forests, Society and Environment Project (WFSE) in May 1996. The Partners have made strategic decisions regarding the WFSE, have partly funded its activities, and have shared its financial administration. A core team of researchers has been implementing the project at METLA and EFI.

    73. GEO-2000: Chapter Two: The State Of The Environment - Latin America And The Cari
    Global environment Outlook 2000. Chapter Two The State of theenvironment Latin America and the Caribbean - forests.
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    Chapter Two: The State of the Environment ... Latin America and the Caribbean Forests
    Forest extent 1980, 1990 and 1995

    (Click image to enlarge) Source: compiled by UNEP GRID Geneva from WRI, UNEP, UNDP and WB 1998 and FAO 1997a and 1997b The extent of natural forest cover continues to decrease in all sub-regions. More than 90 million ha were lost during 1980-95, resulting in an 8.7 per cent total loss for the period Natural forest covers 47 per cent of the total land area of the region. Almost all (95 per cent) are tropical (852 million hectares), located in Central America, the Caribbean and tropical South America. The remaining resources, covering some 43 million hectares, are found in temperate South America, mainly in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay (FAO 1997b). The northern Amazon Basin and the Guyana shield are home to the largest tract of intact, roadless forest in the world (WRI 1997). The Amazon basin is also important in global metabolism, accounting for approximately 10 per cent of net terrestrial primary production (LBA 1996). Natural forest cover continues to decrease due to clearance for cropland and stock farming, construction of roads, dams and other infrastructure, and mining (FAO 1997b). The Latin American region lost 61 million hectares (6 per cent) of its forest cover during 1980-90, the largest forest loss in the world during these years.

    74. BBC - Nature Environment - Conservation Now: Global Top Ten, Forests
    Tropical forests contain the greatest number of different species. They are foundnear the equator (between latitudes 23.5° N and 23.5° S). The environment






    8th April 2003
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    Nature Environment ... Help Like this page? Send it to a friend! Today, forests occupy around a third of Earth's land area, represent over 60% of the leaf area of land plants, and contain 70% of the carbon present in living things. They are home to more than half the world's terrestrial species. The three forest biomes Tropical forests contain the greatest number of different species. They are found near the equator (between latitudes 23.5° N and 23.5° S). The environment is constant, there are only two seasons (rainy and dry). Day length is an unvarying 12 hours. Temperature stays between 20 and 25°C and rainfall is evenly distributed throughout the year. Soil is nutrient-poor and acidic. Decomposition is rapid and soils are heavily leached. Canopy in tropical forests is multi-layered and continuous, allowing little light to get through. One square km may contain as many as 100 different tree species. Trees are generally around 30m tall, with buttressed trunks and shallow roots, mostly evergreen, with large dark green leaves. Plants such as orchids, bromeliads, vines (lianas), ferns, mosses, and palms are present in tropical forests. Fauna include countless birds, bats, small mammals, and insects. Temperate forests are found in eastern North America, north eastern Asia, and western and central Europe. They have well-defined seasons with a distinct winter, a moderate climate and a growing season of 140 to 200 days during 4 to 6 frost-free months. Temperature varies from -30°C to 30°C. Rainfall (75-150cm) is distributed evenly throughout the year. Soil is fertile, enriched with decaying litter. The canopy is quite dense but light can penetrate, so that there is an understorey. There are 3 or 4 tree species per square km. Trees have broad leaves that are lost annually and include species such as oak, beech, maple, cottonwood, elm, and willow. Animals include squirrels, martens, rabbits, birds, deer, mountain lion, wolf, fox, and black bear.

    75. Learning For Sustainable Future - Related Links (Environment)
    Related Links. environment forests and Forestry. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. Canada'sForest Network. Energy. environment. forests and Forestry. Mining and Metallurgy.
    Related Links Environment : Forests and Forestry
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    Manitoba - Natural Resources : Forestry ... Ministère des Ressources naturelles du Québec (MRN)
    (French) Natural Resources and Energy, New Brunswick Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources Prince Edward Island: Agriculture and Forestry MODEL FORESTS Model Forest Program Eastern Ontario Model Forest Foothills Model Forest Fundy Model Forest ... The Manitoba Model Forest Inc . The Manitoba Model Forest was created in 1993 by a partnership of interested groups who were seeking new and innovative ways to achieve sustainable development in their forest region. McGregor Model Forest Directory Quebec Forest Research Council ForestGeomat - Université Laval (French)

    76. Reviews On Ministry Of Environment & Forests -
    Reviews On Ministry Of environment forests, read consumer reviewson thousands of products and services
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    Sort by : Opinions are sorted as per Opinion rating. Click on a criteria to sort them differently. Product Rating Opinion Description Date Opinion Rating Protect them and they will protect you by PROFBBMOHANTY 3-Feb-03
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    77. Review On Ministry Of Environment & Forests By PROFBBMOHANTY --
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    Join Free Login Tell a Friend Community Center Search in All Products Members Automobiles Books Business Computers Education Electronics Entertainment Fashion Government Household Internet Media Personal Finance Sports Travel Browse : All Products Automobiles Books Business Computers Education Electronics Entertainment Fashion Government Household Internet Media Personal Finance Sports Travel Home Government Centre >>PROFBBMOHANTY's opinion About The Author MS ID: PROFBBMOHANTY Name: Bibhuti Bhusan Interest : Choral Singing, Photography, Travelling, Writing, Editing and Public Speaking. I love to act in plays, direct and produce them.
    I have two books in English, several books in Oriya, and many papers and articles to my credit. The two English Books are : A Handbook of Audio-Visual Aids (Kitab Mahal, Delhi) and Adult Education- Some Reflections (Indian Adult Education Association, New Delhi.) I collect and sing mass songs and folk songs in
    various Indian languages. I got inspiration for choral singing from Bhupen Hazarika and Ruma Guhathakurta.
    I have a lively interest in the life and culture of people in many countries I have visited, and equal interest in the countries I am yet to visit. I am eager to visit Bangladesh. My mother-in-law, the late Malati Choudhury, was from Vikrampur, Dhaka. My teacher at the University of Calcutta, Professor Satyen Bose, was from the University of Dhaka. Today I have many friends in Bangladesh.

    78. Maxie's Magnificent Guide: Keeping Our Planet Green
    Lesson plans, activities, clip art, and other resources for teachers.Category Society Holidays Earth Day Children and Youth Classroom...... Our environment. Create a classroom job environmentalist Job ResponsibilitiesIssue tickets to students who litter their work space. Trees forests.
    GREEN Earth Day Rainforests Classroom Gardening Reduce, Reuse, Recycle ... Fruits/Veggies
    Have a great year!
    In ancient India, over 2,003 years ago, as annual public works projects, kings and emperors planted trees along the roads to provide shade for weary travelers. Today, people all over the world are working hard to keep our planet green. Earth Day (sometimes called Earth Week) is a time put aside each year to remind us all how important it is to accomplish this goal. These sites explain why it's so important to keep our planet green, and what we can do to help. Have fun learning about Earth Day!

    79. Office Of The Minister, Ministry Of Environment And Forests, Government Of India
    Sectors, Subordinate Offices, Autonomous Bodies, Administrations, etc.under Ministry of environment and forests, Government of India.
    Ministry of Environment and Forests
    Government of India
    Website :
    (Hindi Version)
    (Office : Paryavaran Bhavan, CGO Complex, Lodi Road)
    (Fax : 11-24360678) Country Code : 91 STD Code : 011 Designation Office Phone Office of the Minister Shri T.R. Baalu , Minister
    (R) Fax: Shri S. Velumani,
    PS Office of the Minister of State Shri Dilip Singh Judev
    Minister of State (O) (R) : Office of the Secretary Shri K.C. Mishra
    Secretary E-mail: Fax: (R) Shri Nand Lal PPS Shri M.K. Sharma, (IA, PL, CP) E-mail: Fax: Shri Subhash Chander, PPS Fax: Office of the Special Secretary Shri V.K. Duggal, (IA,CP,HSMD,CT,Ozone,IC,IT,WB,Legal Gell) E-mail: Fax: Shri Chaman Lal, PPS Additional Secretaries Fax: Ms. S. Choudhary, (NAEB, EI,EE,RE,PC) Fax: Additional DGF Shri N.K. Joshi, Joint Secretaries Shri Y.S. Bhave Shri Desh Deepak Varma (CS,GA,ADMN,GC,PARL.,GEAC,Wetlands)

    80. Forests And Environment: No. 9111
    forests and environment/DN Tewari. 1994, 307 p., figs., col. plates,. Contents 1.Introduction. 2. Impact of forests on environment. 3. environmental problems.
    Forests and Environment/D.N. Tewari. 1994, 307 p., figs., col. plates, Contents: 1. Introduction. 2. Impact of forests on environment. 3. Environmental problems. 4. Role of vegetation in soil and water conservation. 5. Mangroves and wetlands for conserving environment. 6. Drought and desertification. 7. Rehabilitation of mined areas. 8. Floods. 9. Joint forest management. 10. Impact of climate changes on forestry. 11. Conclusion. "The book describes impact of forests on environment and suggests ways and means for achieving sustainable development." (jacket) [D.N. Tewari also wrote Monograph on Teak, Tropical Forestry in India and A Monograph on Bamboo. ] No. 9111 Return to Forestry Catalogue

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