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  • Forests, foresters and society in the New World
  • Australia ; Environment ; Forest ; Forest resources ; Historical geography ; New Zealand ; North America ; Wood industry
  • Compte rendu de trois ouvrages sur les rapports entre forêts, géographie historique et histoire de l'environnement dans le Nouveau Monde. 1: Americans and their forests. A historical geography by Michael Williams. 2: History of New Zealand forestry
  • by Michael Roche. 3: Australia's ever changing forests édité par Kevin J. Frawley and Noel M. Semple.
  • The edge of the forest: land, childhood and change in a New Guinea protoagricultural society
  • Forest grazing in Japan: new perspectives
  • A Study of dells in the New Forest, Hampshire, England
  • England ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Hampshire ; New Forest ; Nivation ; Périglaciaire ; Royaume-Uni ; Solifluxion ; Vallon ; Versant
  • Les vallons de la New Forest sont décrits comme des creux perchés en amphithéâtre sur le bord des vallées, seuls ou en groupe sans chenal apparent. En dehors de la solifluxion, hypothèse d'une formation initiale due à la nivation. Les vallons sont
  • comparés aux combes crayeuses du sud de l'Angleterre et aux vallons européens. Une chronologie est proposée pour la New Forest.
  • Sheep grazing in national forest wilderness : a new look at an old fight
  • Environment ; Environmental management ; Forest ; Mountain ; Nature conservation ; Pastureland ; Sheep ; United States of America ; Wyoming
  • Review of the struggle between the livestock industry, environmentalists, and the US Forest Service to control how national forests and their resources are used. In the arid West forage, not the ragged forests of lodgpole pine, spruce, and fir, has
  • been the commodity harvested from the national forests. In the summer the ranchers in range states such as Wyoming rely heavily on these forests. A. reviews the situation in the bridger Wilderness. - (SLD)
  • Unravelling property relations around forest carbon
  • Cambodia ; Carbon economy ; Forest ; Forest resources ; Land ; Landed property ; Papua New Guinea ; Philippines ; Resource management
  • Using examples from Cambodia, the Philippines and Papua New Guinea, the AA. examine the property negotiations underpinning the new forest carbon economy. They show that the institutions and land use negotiations needed to produce forest carbon
  • interact with existing property claims over land and forests. Claims to forest carbon are complicated by ambiguities and complexities surrounding rights to forested land. It creates an unstable basis for forest carbon markets and raises questions about
  • future access to forested land.
  • Fire history and tree recruitment in an uncut New England forest
  • Biogeography ; Dating ; Dendrology ; Drought ; Fire ; Forest ; New England ; Pine ; United States of America
  • Biogéographie ; Datation ; Dendrologie ; Etats-Unis ; Feu ; Forêt ; New England ; Pin ; Sécheresse
  • This paper describes the fire history of the Battell Research Forest (BRF), in Vermont, recorded by the age distributions of living and dead trees and by fire scars. The results illustrate a fire cycle that has controlled the recruitment
  • and mortality of most pine and probably most hemlock trees in this forest over the past 500 yr.
  • Hispano forestry: land grants and the U.S. Forest Service in northern New Mexico
  • Ecosystem ; Environmental management ; Forest ; Forest resources ; Forestry ; Historical geography ; Land ; New Mexico ; United States of America
  • Ecosystème ; Etats-Unis ; Foncier ; Foresterie ; Forêt ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Géographie historique ; New Mexico ; Ressources forestières
  • During the Spanish (1607-1820) and Mexican (1821-1846) periods, some 35 million acres in northern New Mexico were distributed to individuals and communities as land grants. Once the American era began in 1848, however, ownership of these areas fell
  • The basics of sustainable forest management in forest promotional complexes
  • Biodiversity ; Concept ; Dead wood ; Decision making process ; Ecosystem ; Environmental management ; Forest ; Forestry ; Sustainable development
  • The intent to create Forest Promotional Complex (FPC) was introducing a new quality to Polish forestry – by taking into account social preference for forests, by embracing local community needs, by compromising forest production with nature
  • protection and to introduce the rules of sustainable and balanced forest development. Main subject of this study is a dead wood and its ecological functions in managed forests and chosen FPC reserves. The problem of naturalization or ecologisation of forest
  • [b1] Forest Ecology Unit, Forest Research Unit, Raszyn, Pologne
  • The Fift forest
  • Etats-Unis ; Forêt ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; New England ; Réserve forestière
  • Composition structure and disturbance history of old-growth and second-growth forests in Adirondack Park, New York
  • Biodiversity ; Dendrochronology ; Environmental management ; Forest ; Human impact ; Nature conservation ; New York State ; Plant canopy ; United States of America ; Vegetation dynamics
  • Action anthropique ; Biodiversité ; Couvert végétal ; Dendrochronologie ; Dynamique de la végétation ; Etats-Unis ; Forêt ; Gestion de l'environnement ; New York State ; Protection de la nature
  • The A. compares patterns of species composition, size structure, and disturbance in old-growth, hemlock-dominated forests with those characteristics of post-fire, second-growth forests in the Adirondack Mountains in northern New York to document
  • the persistence of historical events. The composition and structure of old growth were distinctive, but disturbance rates in old growth were similar to patterns in nearby second-growth forest in spite of differences in stand age and past human activity. Together
  • the old growth and the unmanaged secondary forests enhance landscape diversity.
  • Postfire succession in an Adirondack forest
  • Forest fire ; Mountain ; New York State ; Regional park ; Spruce ; United States of America ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics
  • Dynamique de la végétation ; Epicéa ; Etats-Unis ; Incendie de forêt ; Montagne ; New York State ; Parc régional ; Tremble ; Végétation
  • La diversité paysagère a augmenté avec l'établissement surprenant post-incendie de trembles à des niveaux plus élevés (700-945 m) dans les High Peaks du Parc d'Adirondack dans l'Etat de New York.
  • Forest condition and forest damages. Contribution of remote sensing to different approaches
  • Degradation ; Forest ; Germany ; Global change ; Inventory ; Methodology ; Photointerpretation ; Pollution ; Remote sensing
  • The development of inventory activities in the field of forest damage assessment and monitoring during the last decade in Germany and the present state are recorded as far as remote sensing has been involved. Any forest inventory is influenced
  • by external factors, and the resulting difficulties for an introduction of new technologies are described. The following tasks and/or methods are discussed: global approaches to deforestation monitoring; working experience from local and regional case studies
  • Third World meets First World in the West Coast region of the South Island : possum hunting and the role of social forestry in indigenous forest management
  • Environment ; Fauna ; Forest ; Forest resources ; Forestry ; New Zealand ; Resource management ; South Island
  • The radical change in forest policy has profound implications for the West Coast, and an alternative to the conventional forest management framework is required which recognises the Government's desire to protect the indigenous forest cover, yet
  • Structural dynamics of a Southwestern pine forest under chronic human influence
  • Climatic variation ; Forest ; Human impact ; Land use ; Landscape ; Natural park ; New Mexico ; Pine ; United States ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics
  • Action anthropique ; Dynamique de la végétation ; Etats-Unis ; Forêt ; New Mexico ; Parc naturel ; Paysage ; Pin ; Utilisation du sol ; Variation climatique ; Végétation
  • The paper examines the impact of several synchronous disturbances, both natural and anthropogenic on the development of the Navajo ponderosa pine forest in the Chuska Mountains of the American Southwest during the fast several hundred years
  • . The specific objective is to determine the relative importance of historical factors, grazing, fire regime alteration, as well as climate fluctuations, in changing the forest pattern.
  • Strategic planning for the forest industry in North Canterbury, New Zealand
  • Decision aid ; Forest ; Forest exploitation ; Industry ; Mathematical programming ; New Zealand ; Regional planning ; Sensitivity analysis ; South Island ; Wood industry
  • Aperçu sur les chênaies-hêtraies acidiphiles du Sud de l'Angleterre. L'exemple de la New-Forest
  • New private forests in Scotland : characteristics and contrasts
  • Australia ; Biogeography ; Ecological inventory ; Forest ; New South Wales ; Soil properties ; Tropical rain forest ; Vegetation dynamics
  • Australie ; Biogéographie ; Dynamique de la végétation ; Ficus ; Forêt ; Forêt tropicale ; Hémi-épiphytisme ; Inventaire écologique ; New South Wales ; Propriétés du sol
  • The ecology and biogeography of Nothofagus forests
  • Australia ; Biogeography ; Chile ; Ecology ; New Caledonia ; New Zealand ; Pacific Region ; Papua New Guinea ; Phytogeography ; Tree
  • Excellent treatment of distribution, history, and ecology of the tree genus Nothofagus with the collaboration of more than 20 specialists. This genus occurs in New Zealand, Australia, New Guinea, New Caledonia, Chile and Argentina and as fossils