Search results: 13,841 results (approx.)

1. Safety and health protection while using colour paint sprayers in the forest.

Safety risks related to the use of spray cans to mark trees and logs are discussed and compared with other marking methods. Toxicity and side effects of 7 ingredients of commonly used spray paints are tabulated. Correct procedures for handling spray cans are outlined.

Foreign Title :Sicherheit und Gesundheitsschutz beim Umgang mit Farbsprühdosen im Forst.

Author(s) : Grunwaldt, C.

Publisher : Forsttechnische Informationen, Mainz, Germany

Journal article : Forsttechnische Informationen 2005 No.No.3 pp.25-31

2. Social forestry (1) Evolving new forestry development strategy.

Author(s) : Kato, T.

Journal article : Tropical Forestry 1999 No.No. 46 pp.57-61 ref.5

3. Can independent forest management certification incorporate elements of landscape ecology?

Ways in which forest management certification agencies have addressed landscape ecology, and opportunities and limitations to future development of this aspect of certification, are discussed.

Author(s) : Pierce, A. R.; Ervin, J. B.

Journal article : Unasylva (English ed.) 1999 Vol.50 No.196 pp.49-56 ref.42

4. Catchment sustainability and river biodiversity in Asia: a case study from Nepal.

Author(s) : Ormerod, S.; Jüttner, I.

Publisher : John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester, UK

Miscellaneous : The sustainable management of tropical catchments. 1999 pp.187-207 ref.4 pp of

5. Hedges are making a come-back.

A short review of the roles which hedges perform: from nature conservation and protection, to soil erosion control, amelioration of microclimate, and the provision of fuelwood for local consumption. Some advice for the planning of new hedges and the maintenance of established or degraded hedgerows...

Foreign Title :La rivincita della siepe.

Author(s) : Reichelt, H.

Journal article : Mondo Macchina 1999 Vol.8 No.5 pp.54-56

6. Commercial logging and tropical rain forest.

Author(s) : Hattori, S.

Journal article : Tropical Forestry 1999 No.No. 45 pp.24-29

7. Bioamelioration of a sodic soil by silvopastoral systems in northwestern India.

The role of silvopastoral systems to improve soil organic matter and microbial activity was studied in north-western India. The silvopastoral systems were characterized by 3 tree species (Acacia nilotica, Dalbergia sissoo and Prosopis juliflora) and grass species such as Desmostachya bipinnata and...

Author(s) : Kaur, B.; Gupta, S. R.; Singh, G.

Journal article : Agroforestry Systems (Netherlands) 2002 Vol.54 No.1 pp.13-20 ref.17

8. Carbon storage and nitrogen cycling in silvopastoral systems on a sodic soil in northwestern India.

The role of tree and grass species in biomass productivity, C sequestration and N cycling in silvopastoral systems on a highly sodic soil was investigated in Haryana, India. The silvopastoral systems (located at Saraswati Reserved Forest, Kurukshetra) consisted of about 6-year-old trees of 3...

Author(s) : Kaur, B.; Gupta, S. R.; Singh, G.

Journal article : Agroforestry Systems (Netherlands) 2002 Vol.54 No.1 pp.21-29 ref.12

9. Forestry in protected areas: the need of appropriate working and road systems.

The author emphasizes the necessity for a good road system in nature reserves and protected forest areas, where the main management goals are the conservation of social and cultural values of the forest.

Foreign Title :Sistemi di lavoro e infrastrutture necessarie per la selvicoltura in aree protette.

Author(s) : Hippoliti, G.

Journal article : Sherwood - Foreste ed Alberi Oggi 1999 Vol.5 No.3 pp.13-14

10. Italian Agricultural Commission: final report on forest resources in Italy.

This report is the full version of the final document prepared by the Agricultural Commission of the Italian parliament in May 1999. A general comment added at the end, highlighting topics that the report did not cover.

Foreign Title :Indagine conoscitiva sulle risorse forestali: documento conclusivo approvato dalla Commissione Agricoltura della Camera.

Journal article : Sherwood - Foreste ed Alberi Oggi 1999 Vol.5 No.9 pp.5-9

11. The flora of a cultural landscape: environmental determinants of change revealed using archival sources.

In a novel approach to the use of archive biological information, qualitative vascular plant abundance categories from the 1930 Flora of Northamptonshire were matched with quantitative distribution data from the 1995 Flora in order to reveal the species that have changed in commonness relative to...

Author(s) : McCollin, D.; Moore, L.; Sparks, T.

Journal article : Biological Conservation 2000 Vol.92 No.2 pp.249-263 ref.53

12. Grazing alone is not enough to maintain landscape diversity in the Montseny Biosphere Reserve.

Conservative land-use over the past few decades has converted the Montseny Biosphere Reserve (Spain) from the original open, patchy landscape to almost continuous woodland. The effects of current grazing practice on the main vegetation components of the Reserve were investigated. Three flocks,...

Author(s) : Bartolomé, J.; Franch, J.; Plaixats, J.; Seligman, N. G.

Journal article : Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 2000 Vol.77 No.3 pp.267-273 ref.27

13. A plan for regulating forestry operations in private forests located within national parks.

Foreign Title :Una forma di piano per la regolamentazione degli interventi nei boschi privati presenti nei parchi.

Author(s) : Downie, M.

Journal article : Sherwood - Foreste ed Alberi Oggi 1998 Vol.4 No.1 pp.45-48 ref.7

14. Forest recreation seen from the viewpoint of social sciences.

The history of leisure time, social changes and their influences on different types of recreation (including forest recreation) are described.

Foreign Title :Walderholung im Spiegel der Sozialwissenschaften.

Author(s) : Braun, A.

Journal article : Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt 1998 Vol.117 No.1 pp.44-62 ref.41

15. Parks in Trentino and environmental education.

The author discusses the presentation of the environment and environmental issues through the provision of educational guided tours, self-guided paths, etc., in national parks and nature reserves in northern Italy.

Foreign Title :I parchi del Trentino e l'educazione ambientale.

Author(s) : Vulcan, F.

Journal article : Dendronatura 1998 Vol.19 No.1 pp.27-36 ref.24

16. Environmental resources as latent primary factors of production in tourism: the case of forest-based commercial recreation.

Alternative approaches to characterizing the tourism production process are presented, and the importance of environmental attributes tourism using forest resources is identified. It is concluded that the incorporation of non-priced tourism production inputs more completely specifies the tourism...

Author(s) : Marcouiller, D. W.

Journal article : Tourism Economics 1998 Vol.4 No.2 pp.131-145 ref.12

17. The reforestation issue in Algeria.

A short discussion of the current and growing demand for wood and timber in Algeria, and the history of deforestation in the country.

Foreign Title :La question du reboisement en Algérie.

Author(s) : Bensaid, S.; Hamimi, S.; Tabti, W.

Journal article : Sécheresse 1998 Vol.9 No.1 pp.5-11 ref.17


Search results: 13,841 results (approx.)

1. Safety and health protection while using colour paint sprayers in the forest.

Safety risks related to the use of spray cans to mark trees and logs are discussed and compared with other marking methods. Toxicity and side effects of 7 ingredients of commonly used spray paints are tabulated. Correct procedures for handling spray cans are outlined.

Foreign Title :Sicherheit und Gesundheitsschutz beim Umgang mit Farbsprühdosen im Forst.

Author(s) : Grunwaldt, C.

Publisher : Forsttechnische Informationen, Mainz, Germany

Journal article : Forsttechnische Informationen 2005 No.No.3 pp.25-31

2. Social forestry (1) Evolving new forestry development strategy.

Author(s) : Kato, T.

Journal article : Tropical Forestry 1999 No.No. 46 pp.57-61 ref.5

3. Can independent forest management certification incorporate elements of landscape ecology?

Ways in which forest management certification agencies have addressed landscape ecology, and opportunities and limitations to future development of this aspect of certification, are discussed.

Author(s) : Pierce, A. R.; Ervin, J. B.

Journal article : Unasylva (English ed.) 1999 Vol.50 No.196 pp.49-56 ref.42

4. Catchment sustainability and river biodiversity in Asia: a case study from Nepal.

Author(s) : Ormerod, S.; Jüttner, I.

Publisher : John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester, UK

Miscellaneous : The sustainable management of tropical catchments. 1999 pp.187-207 ref.4 pp of

5. Hedges are making a come-back.

A short review of the roles which hedges perform: from nature conservation and protection, to soil erosion control, amelioration of microclimate, and the provision of fuelwood for local consumption. Some advice for the planning of new hedges and the maintenance of established or degraded hedgerows...

Foreign Title :La rivincita della siepe.

Author(s) : Reichelt, H.

Journal article : Mondo Macchina 1999 Vol.8 No.5 pp.54-56

6. Commercial logging and tropical rain forest.

Author(s) : Hattori, S.

Journal article : Tropical Forestry 1999 No.No. 45 pp.24-29

7. Bioamelioration of a sodic soil by silvopastoral systems in northwestern India.

The role of silvopastoral systems to improve soil organic matter and microbial activity was studied in north-western India. The silvopastoral systems were characterized by 3 tree species (Acacia nilotica, Dalbergia sissoo and Prosopis juliflora) and grass species such as Desmostachya bipinnata and...

Author(s) : Kaur, B.; Gupta, S. R.; Singh, G.

Journal article : Agroforestry Systems (Netherlands) 2002 Vol.54 No.1 pp.13-20 ref.17

8. Carbon storage and nitrogen cycling in silvopastoral systems on a sodic soil in northwestern India.

The role of tree and grass species in biomass productivity, C sequestration and N cycling in silvopastoral systems on a highly sodic soil was investigated in Haryana, India. The silvopastoral systems (located at Saraswati Reserved Forest, Kurukshetra) consisted of about 6-year-old trees of 3...

Author(s) : Kaur, B.; Gupta, S. R.; Singh, G.

Journal article : Agroforestry Systems (Netherlands) 2002 Vol.54 No.1 pp.21-29 ref.12

9. Forestry in protected areas: the need of appropriate working and road systems.

The author emphasizes the necessity for a good road system in nature reserves and protected forest areas, where the main management goals are the conservation of social and cultural values of the forest.

Foreign Title :Sistemi di lavoro e infrastrutture necessarie per la selvicoltura in aree protette.

Author(s) : Hippoliti, G.

Journal article : Sherwood - Foreste ed Alberi Oggi 1999 Vol.5 No.3 pp.13-14

10. Italian Agricultural Commission: final report on forest resources in Italy.

This report is the full version of the final document prepared by the Agricultural Commission of the Italian parliament in May 1999. A general comment added at the end, highlighting topics that the report did not cover.

Foreign Title :Indagine conoscitiva sulle risorse forestali: documento conclusivo approvato dalla Commissione Agricoltura della Camera.

Journal article : Sherwood - Foreste ed Alberi Oggi 1999 Vol.5 No.9 pp.5-9

11. The flora of a cultural landscape: environmental determinants of change revealed using archival sources.

In a novel approach to the use of archive biological information, qualitative vascular plant abundance categories from the 1930 Flora of Northamptonshire were matched with quantitative distribution data from the 1995 Flora in order to reveal the species that have changed in commonness relative to...

Author(s) : McCollin, D.; Moore, L.; Sparks, T.

Journal article : Biological Conservation 2000 Vol.92 No.2 pp.249-263 ref.53

12. Grazing alone is not enough to maintain landscape diversity in the Montseny Biosphere Reserve.

Conservative land-use over the past few decades has converted the Montseny Biosphere Reserve (Spain) from the original open, patchy landscape to almost continuous woodland. The effects of current grazing practice on the main vegetation components of the Reserve were investigated. Three flocks,...

Author(s) : Bartolomé, J.; Franch, J.; Plaixats, J.; Seligman, N. G.

Journal article : Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 2000 Vol.77 No.3 pp.267-273 ref.27

13. A plan for regulating forestry operations in private forests located within national parks.

Foreign Title :Una forma di piano per la regolamentazione degli interventi nei boschi privati presenti nei parchi.

Author(s) : Downie, M.

Journal article : Sherwood - Foreste ed Alberi Oggi 1998 Vol.4 No.1 pp.45-48 ref.7

14. Forest recreation seen from the viewpoint of social sciences.

The history of leisure time, social changes and their influences on different types of recreation (including forest recreation) are described.

Foreign Title :Walderholung im Spiegel der Sozialwissenschaften.

Author(s) : Braun, A.

Journal article : Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt 1998 Vol.117 No.1 pp.44-62 ref.41

15. Parks in Trentino and environmental education.

The author discusses the presentation of the environment and environmental issues through the provision of educational guided tours, self-guided paths, etc., in national parks and nature reserves in northern Italy.

Foreign Title :I parchi del Trentino e l'educazione ambientale.

Author(s) : Vulcan, F.

Journal article : Dendronatura 1998 Vol.19 No.1 pp.27-36 ref.24

16. Environmental resources as latent primary factors of production in tourism: the case of forest-based commercial recreation.

Alternative approaches to characterizing the tourism production process are presented, and the importance of environmental attributes tourism using forest resources is identified. It is concluded that the incorporation of non-priced tourism production inputs more completely specifies the tourism...

Author(s) : Marcouiller, D. W.

Journal article : Tourism Economics 1998 Vol.4 No.2 pp.131-145 ref.12

17. The reforestation issue in Algeria.

A short discussion of the current and growing demand for wood and timber in Algeria, and the history of deforestation in the country.

Foreign Title :La question du reboisement en Algérie.

Author(s) : Bensaid, S.; Hamimi, S.; Tabti, W.

Journal article : Sécheresse 1998 Vol.9 No.1 pp.5-11 ref.17

18. Evolution of [Indian] forest policy on grazing and its legal status.

Author(s) : Tewari, L. K.

Journal article : Indian Forester 1998 Vol.124 No.4 pp.207-210 ref.6

19. Discussion on the theoretical problems of forest parks - also on the relationship among nature reserves, scenery spots and famous sites, and forest parks.

The relationship between conservation and forest recreation in China is discussed.

Author(s) : Yong, H.; Qixiang, Z.

Journal article : Journal of Beijing Forestry University 1998 Vol.20 No.3 pp.49-57

20. Hedges and landscape ecology.

Foreign Title :Siepi ed ecologia del paesaggio.

Author(s) : Franco, D.

Journal article : Genio Rurale 1998 Vol.61 No.3 pp.13-20 ref.48

21. The investigative situation and developmental trends in forest landscape quantification in Japan.

This paper introduces the origin, development and science of the study of forest landscape in Japan.

Author(s) : Pan Hui; Zhang XiaoPin; Xu ChunRu

Journal article : World Forestry Research 1998 Vol.11 No.4 pp.55-60 ref.28

22. Contribution of forestry to rural development.

A discussion of the contribution that forestry may make to rural development in the European Union in the 21st century.

Author(s) : Lust, N.; Nachtergale, L.

Journal article : Silva Gandavensis 1998 No.No. 63 pp.91-109 ref.39

23. The development of a recreation setting inventory and classification system.

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) was used as the study area to develop a recreation setting inventory and classification system. The nature of the diversity of settings necessitated a multiple attribute, individual setting, system being devised. The system devised relied on cluster analysis...

Author(s) : Richards, G. P.; Heywood, J. L.

Journal article : Australian Parks and Leisure 1999 Vol.1 No.3 pp.42-47

24. Modelling deforestation caused by the expansion of subsistence farming in the Philippines.

The paper hypothesizes that the indirect causes increasing the expansion of agriculture into the forested uplands of the Philippines include factors like population density, conditions on farms in the lowlands, as well as poverty and lack of non-farm employment opportunities. An analysis is...

Author(s) : Uitamo, E.

Conference paper; Journal article : Journal of Forest Economics 1999 Vol.5 No.1 pp.99-121 ref.54

25. Community, forestry and conditionality in the Gambia.

An explanation is presented of the resurgence of the 'community' scale as a central organizing principle guiding contemporary environmental initiatives in Africa. It sets policies centred on the notion of community-based natural resource management in their regional political-economic context,...

Author(s) : Schroeder, R. A.

Journal article : Africa (London) 1999 Vol.69 No.1 pp.1-22 ref.3 pp. of