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Global Forest Resources Assessment 2015: What, why and how?☆
Abstract This paper introduces a Special Issue of Forest Ecology and Management that includes a collection of analytical results from the 2015 Global Forest Resources Assessment (FRA 2015) coveringExpand
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Global progress toward sustainable forest management
Abstract Sustainable forest management (SFM) is many things to many people – yet a common thread is the production of forest goods and services for the present and future generations. The promise ofExpand
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CARBON STOCKS ASSESSMENT OF A SELECTIVELY LOGGED DIPTEROCARP FOREST AND WOOD PROCESSING MILL IN THE PHILIPPINES
-1 ). In between the cutting cycle of 35 years, logged forests sequester C at the rate of about 1.4 Mg C ha -1 year -1 . Before the next harvest, forests recovered about 70% of the original biomassExpand
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The climatic impacts of land surface change and carbon management, and the implications for climate-change mitigation policy
Abstract Strategies to mitigate anthropogenic climate change recognize that carbon sequestration in the terrestrial biosphere can reduce the build-up of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere.Expand
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A Comparison of Damage Due to Logging under Different Forms of Resource Access in East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Recent changes in forest resource access arrangements have important implications for the future extent and quality of natural forest in Indonesia. This study quantified and compared total harvestedExpand
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Agroforestry: classification and management.
Classification of agroforestry systems theory and practice of agroforestry diagnosis and design agroforestry management in the humid tropics agroforestry in the semiarid tropics agroforestry in theExpand
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Shade-based control of Imperata cylindrica: tree fallows and cover crops
Imperata is shade-intolerant, although little is known of the relative roles of competition for light, water and nutrients in suppressing its growth. Shading of Imperata results in reducedExpand
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