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  • Ecological studies of mixed forests in Nopporo National Forest, Central Hokkaido, Japan. Relations between the distribution of aged forests and environmental factors
  • In Nopporo National Forest, thirteen forest communities which were determined by dominant species and three soil types were observed. - (SGA)
  • Atlas of forest resources of India
  • Forest cover monitoring using satellite imagery
  • India's forests have been continuously declining in recent years due to various reasons. The satellite technology has the potential to form a basis for a monitoring system of forest cover at the national level. - (PLK)
  • An investigation of forest microclimate : the Pasoh Forest Reserve, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
  • Atlas of forest resources of India : a plea for review
  • Development of rice cultivation in beech forest belt, Japan.
  • Forest grazing in Japan: new perspectives
  • Soil degradation from converting forest land into agriculture in the Chitavan district of Nepal
  • Soil fertility decreased when forest land was converted to agriculture. But soil conditions under forested land use were not always of the best quality. - (DWG)
  • A vegetation map reconstructed for the Japanese Archipelago (based upon pollen data from 28 sites and plant macrofossil data from 33 sites) at the time of last glacial maximum shows that coniferous forests covered extensive areas of the land. Boreal
  • conifer forests occupied the modern cool-temperature deciduous broadleaf and mid-temperate conifer forest zones, and temperate coniferous forests, the present warm-temperate evergreen (laurilignosa) forest zone.
  • Human impacts on some forests of the middle hills of Nepal. Part 3. Forests in the subsistence economy of Sindhu Palchok and Kabhre Palanchok
  • Need for fodder to sustain domestic animals has had an adverse impact on forests. Agricultural productivity is undergoing intensification to meet the population increases. - (D. W. Gade).
  • Human impact on some forests of the Middle Hills of Nepal. Part 5. Comparisons, concepts, and some policy implications
  • Deforestation in this region is not recent nor was it the result of peasant ignorance, mismanagement or overpopulation. Rather, it is the Nepalese state that has seen the forest as a convertible, not a renewable, resource. - (DWG)
  • Faunal make up of Macrolepidopterous Moths in Nopporo Forest Park, Hokkaido, Northern Japan, with some related notes
  • Combining a survey in Nopporo forest Park with other, 595 species of macrolepidopterous moths were recorded. The seasonal fluctuations of a species diversity were bimodal, peaking in August and November. - (SGA)
  • The savanna forests of mainland southeast Asia: an ecological survey
  • Submarine forest off Kurobegawa alluvial fan, Central Japan.
  • Distribution of endemics in the tree flora lowland hill forest in Sri Lanka
  • Remnants of an ancient forest on the continental shelf of northwest Japan
  • Tree stumps in a standing position have been discovered in 20 to 40 meters of water in Toyama Bay. Radiocarbon dated samples from two of these stumps yielded ages of 8480 70 and 9060 80 years B.P. indicating that the stumps are remnants of a forest
  • People-forest interaction: a neglected parameter in Himalayan forest management
  • Structural and functional analysis of grazingland under pine forest in central Himalaya
  • The AA. studied four villages in Dhading district (Nepal) to assess the attitudes of local people toward Hattisunde forest. The key to collective management is seen as mutual trust. Women have played an important role in forest protection. - (DWG)
  • Mulu. The rain forest.