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NEWFOR - new forests for Europe: afforestation at the turn of the century
|Statement||Norbert Weber (ed.).|
|Series||EFI proceedings -- no.35|
|Contributions||Weber, Norbert., European Forest Institute.|
Piussi P., Pettenella D. () Spontaneous afforestation of fallows in Italy. In: Weber N. (ed.) NEWFOR - New forests for Europe: afforestation at the turn of the century. EFI Proceedi European Forest Institute, Joensuu, Finland, pp. Cerca con Google. Narrowing the discussion Summing up Market ideology vs. climate action Offsets The fossil economys new arena of conflict The beginnings A story from Guatemala From the Netherlands to the Andes A tale from Ecuador The story continues Carbon forestry in Uganda Costa Rica Environmental services pioneer India A taste of the future Sri Lanka A clean.
European Journal of Forest Research, (5), 21 MATHER, A. (Year) – Afforestation: progress, trends and policies. Presented at NEWFOR—New Forests for Europe: Afforestation at the Turn of the Century. EFI Proceedings. MATHER, A., and FAIRBAIRN, J. () – From floods to reforestation: the forest transition in Switzerland.
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NEWFOR - new forests for Europe: afforestation at the turn of the century. Proceedings of the scientific symposium, Freiburg, Germany, February Author(s): Weber, by: 5.
ISBN ISSN Why should one talk about afforestation again, after a series of meetings focussing on the important ability of new forests to fix carbon dioxide. Main theme navigation (submenu - Planted Forests) Our work; Our research; Publications; Newsletter; Main theme navigation (submenu - Policy Support).
Abstract. The current landscapes in north-western Europe are the result of natural processes and human-induced land use and land use changes. Whereas during past centuries, the natural ancient forest cover disappeared and was -sometimes abruptly- converted in intensively used cultural landscapes, an opposed trend has become apparent by: 4.
Conference Title: NEWFOR - new forests for Europe: afforestation at the turn of the century. Proceedings of the scientific symposium, Freiburg, Germany, February Proceedings of the scientific symposium, Freiburg, Germany, February Author: E. Kopylova, N. Weber. Request PDF | Introduction: Demand for Afforestation Management in North-western Europe | The current landscapes in north-western Europe are the result of.
R. Solymos — Afforestation Programmes in Hungary — A Story of Success (In: NEWFOR — New Forests for Europe: Afforestation at the Turn of the Century, European Forest Institute. Joensuu, Finland, Ed: N. Weber) — Frieburg, Germany, pp.
– Google ScholarCited by: 8. The study was carried out in a km 2 area that includes the chestnut belt of the Apennines between Bologna and Modena (centroid N, E; Fig. 1a).
Its altitudinal range is about from up to m a.s.l., from the deciduous Quercus-dominated forests to the Fagus sylvatica belt (Ubaldi et al., ).Chestnut orchards cover only 2% of this area and are closely linked to.
New Forests for Europe: Afforestation at the Turn of the Century. Proceedings of the Scientific Symposium NEWFOR, Freiburg/Germany, FebruaryEFI Proceedings Series No.
Joensuu: European Forest Institute. Piussi P, Pettenella D () Spontaneous afforestation of fallows in Italy. In: Weber N (Ed). NEWFOR – New Forests for Europe: Afforestation at the Turn of the Century.
Proc. Sci. Symp., Freiburg, 16–17 Februarypp. – Google ScholarCited by: 7. Publications Liisa Tyrväinen (prof.) Metla/University of Lapland Peer-reviewed articles in international journals: Korpela, K., Ylén, M, Tyrväinen, L Solymos R. – Afforestation Programmes in Hungary - A Story of Success (In: NEWFOR – New Forests for Europe: Afforestation at the Turn of the Century, European Forest Institute.
Joensuu, Finland, Ed: N. Weber) −Frieburg, Germany, pp. – Cited by: 8. In Lithuania, the old archival topographic maps of locations of small and medium scale and 1:10, scale contour photo plans were created on the basis of aerial images. The material of these scales provides documented records on the condition of the objects in the location and the landscape at the moment of aerial photography.
Those maps can be used to restore the Author: Jurate Suziedelyte-Visockiene, Arminas Stanionis, Egle Tumeliene, Ruta Puziene. In turn, changes in river channel can cause a variety of highly negative consequences for the environment, ecology, and landscape .
It is therefore important to characterize geomorphological river channel changes and select river for renaturalization processes.
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ЕКОЛОГО-ЕКОНОМІЧНІ ЗАСАДИ УДОСКОНАЛЕННЯ НАЦІОНАЛЬНОЇ ЛІСОВОЇ ПОЛІТИКИ cкачать бесплатно, заказать. According to Miller () the modern forestry practices, and more importantly, forest laws began in Europe, from here they spread to its colonies and other parts of the world with the expansion of the capitalist market: shaped by the circulation of forestry science and foresters trained in Europe and North America and the influe nce of.
The historical development of afforestations in Bulgaria was investigated. Some of the more important decisions and events which determine the correct state policy in the field of afforestations are pointed out.
The most significant achievements are in: erosion control, incl. water tank protection from silting up; increasing the tree volume and forest growth; protection of agriculture via Cited by: 1.
Projections of the regional climate model for Southeast Europe generally predict an increasing of temperature and a decrease in precipitation, with some local variations.
Higher frequency of extreme weather events and increased flooding can also be expected. This climate change will, among other things, result in changes in habitats and species distribution, and a decrease in by: Technological Mineral Land fertilizer Tractors Drainage New crops reforms1 s s > > s.
Spontaneous afforestation of fallows in Italy. In (ed.), NEWFOR-New forests for Europe: afforestation at the turn of the century. EFI Proceedings (35), (with ). Vietnamese uplands: environmental and socio-economic perspective of forest land allocation and deforestation process.a critical conversation on climate change, privatisation and power development dialogue no.
48 september Guest editor and author Larry Lohmann Editors Niclas Hällström Olle Nordberg Robert Österbergh Sub-editor Wendy Davies Production editors Mattias Lasson Gerd Ryman-Ericson Design and layout Mattias Lasson Printers Mediaprint Uddevalla, Sweden, September This issue of.The result is a volume of essays which explores the new frameworks for planning and managing the countryside and its natural values, reviews the new tools being developed to guide the identification, protection and management of land with environmental value in the countryside, and assesses the value of these new approaches through several case.