4 edition of Forest policy and ecological change found in the catalog.
Forest policy and ecological change
S. Abdul Thaha
Includes bibliographical references (p. -160) and index.
|Statement||S. Abdul Thaha.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 164 p. :|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||2008324256|
The Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change as well as all State Forest Departments are guided by the National Forest Policy, , which states: “The basic objectives that. The history of supply-side thought. The belief that humans can induce climate and meteorological changes by altering vegetation has appeared throughout history (Hulme ).In ancient Greece, Theophrastus (– BCE) argued that Greece had experienced climatic change due to the draining of marshes and extension of agriculture (Glacken ).The link Cited by: 4.
Covers various eco-friendly approaches for successful management of soil, water, forest, agriculture, and other natural resources. Addresses the policy issues promoting conservation, protection and management of various natural resources. Presents the issues of climate change and sustainable strategies to combat such a mega event. Description This book with eleven chapters explores forestry in a global context. The book contains discussion on the following topics: history of human interaction with forests; forests of the world; environmental value of forests; wood and paper products; bioenergy, innovative biomaterials, non-wood forest products; forest dynamics in the tropics; sustainable forest .
Forests are valued not only for their economic potential, but also for the biodiversity they contain, the ecological services they provide, and the recreational, cultural, and spiritual opportunities they provide. The Ecological Forest Management Handbook provides a comprehensive summary of interrelated topics in the field, including management conCited by: A high number of text books written by forest ecologists on forest ecology are available, in which basic concepts (e.g., ecological functions, interrelated patterns, flora, fauna and their.
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In its comprehensiveness and authoritativeness, this book is destined to become one of the landmarks of the forestry literature.
Right up front, the authors acknowledge that many of the principles and techniques involved with “ecological forest management” have been in development for a century or more in the United States and even longer if European forestry Cited by: 1.
The book has provided a concise and precise overview of the Forestry sector in Zambia and exposes the inadequacies in the forest policies and lacunae in the legal framework, which in most cases, appear archaic and out of touch with emerging issues in the sector, such as climate change, carbon management and trade, forest and timber.
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Comment: This book is in great shape inside but does have library stamps on the title pages. The outside cover shows only slight shelf wear. Pages are unmarked and clean.
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