Rehabilitation of logged-over forests in Asia/Pacific region

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International Tropical Timbers Organization , Yokohama
Reforestation -- Asia., Reforestation -- Melanesia., Forest regeneration -- Asia., Forest regeneration -- Melanesia., Forest management -- Asia., Forest management -- Melan

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Statementprepared for ITTO by Japan Overseas Forestry Consultants Association (JOFCA).
ContributionsInternational Tropical Timber Organization., Japan Overseas Forestry Consultants Association.
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LC ClassificationsSD409 .R396 1990
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Paginationv, 95 p. :
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Open LibraryOL1038213M
LC Control Number93234248

Rehabilitation of Logged-Over Forests in Asia/Pacific Region Contents Page Introduction " Regional Synthesis 4 Classification of Forests 11 India 12 Indonesia 20 Malaysia 22 Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands & Fiji 29 Philippines 34 Thailand 40 Forest Management Systems REHABILITATION OF LOGGED-OVER FORESTS IN THE ASIA/PACIFIC REGION INTRODUCTION Background: Logged-over forests in the Asia/Pacific (A/P) reg~on constitute a vast, under-developed resource.

Immature trees, saplings and seedlings left in place after logging comprise an in-situ reservoir of valuable plant life. This paper summarizes the discussions at the workshop. Methods of reforesting certain kinds of degraded lands already exist but these are not sufficient for all cases, and also rely heavily on exotic species.

Some of these techniques are reviewed and issues requiring resolution are discussed. Potential measures of likely success or failure of forest rehabilitation programes are by: 3/11/ Review of forest rehabilitation in the Asia-Pacific Region: Lessons from the past 1.

Colonial forest rehabilitation trials (s to s) 2. Lessons from the early experiences 3. Post-colonial forest rehabilitation in India and Myanmar 4. Rehabilitation efforts in.

Part 4. Network of the rehabilitation of degraded forest ecosystems Information and Dataset System on the Rehabilitation of Degraded Tropical Forest Ecosystems Project for the International Network M.

Anazawa, H.

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Sawada and S. Kobayashi FORSPA Initiative for Rehabilitation of Tropical Forests in the Asia-Pacific Region S. Appanah and C. If rehabilitation is not undertaken in the near future many of these forests will become useless bush- or grassland.

Indonesia alone is estimated to have 36 million ha of depleted forests requiring rehabilitation. Apart from 20 million ha of Imperata cylindrica grasslands (alang-alang), there are 16 million ha of logged-over forests with a remaining tree volume of less than 39 m3 ha- ` (ITTO.

Rehabilitation of degraded forests and lands is a most urgent matter requiring enrichment of ecosystems and sustainable use of degraded areas at regional and global scales. In a logged- over forests, where former ecosystems more or less remain, the development of methods to accelerate natural regeneration is needed (Forest Agency and ITTO ).

Rehabilitation of Coastal Forests Damaged by Natural Hazards in the Asia-Pacific Region. It is an output of the ITTO/ISME Pre-Project [ITTO/ISME PPD/07 Rev. 1(F)] entitled Restoration of Mangroves and other Coastal Forests Damaged by Tsunamis and other Natural Hazards in the Asia-Pacific Region.

The manual includes introductory. Although the emphasis in forestry policies has recently been turned towards more sustainable management practices, the major challenge of Indonesian forest resource management will be the successful rehabilitation of logged-over low-volume forests and reclamation of extensive Imperata grasslands, as part of the general land-use planning.

A starting point for these would be the establishment of reliable forest statistics and, subsequently, formulation of long-term forestry. PD 32/93 Rev. 2 (F), “Rehabilitation of Logged-over Forests in Asia-Pacific Region, Sub-project III” (JOFCA).

In this new methodology, forest status is assessed on the basis of canopy density (JOFCA). The methodology is presently identified as the Forest Canopy Density.

Transitions to Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation in the Asia Pacific Region-Indonesia Country Report Technical Report (PDF Available) October with 2, Reads How we measure.

Figure Forest-area change, Asia-Pacific region, –, by subregion 29 Figure Forest-area change in the Asia-Pacific region, by country, – 29 Figure Area of planted forests, selected countries in the Asia-Pacific region, and 31 Figure Area of primary forest and other naturally regenerated forest.

Survival and growth of 83 tree species were tested in three separate species elimination trials on Imperata cylindrica dominated grassland in South Kalimantan, Indonesia.

The trial layout was randomized complete blocks design with 6–8 replications of 5-tree line plots.

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At the age of two years exotics, like several Acacia species (A. mangium, A. crassicarpa, A. auriculiformis, A. cincinnata. the problems of poor regeneration in logged over forests in several other Southeast Asian ongoing efforts to promote more effective forest rehabilitation and restoration for the benefit of local people.

He Changchui Ten aspects of assisted natural regeneration in the Asia-Pacific region. Forests play a vital role in sustainable development, providing a range of economic, social and environmental benefits, including essential ecosystem services such as climate change mitigation and adaptation.

The worsening global climate change and other environmental issues have been calling for better understanding and approaches to reduce deforestation, enhance forest rehabilitation and.

Forest Ecology and Management ELSEVIER Forest Ecology and Management 79 () Profitability of rehabilitation of overlogged dipterocarp forest: a case study from South Kalimantan, Indonesia Heikki Korpelainen a, G6ran Adjers a, Jussi Kuusipalo a, Koerdi Nuryanto b, Antti Otsamo a,* a Enso Forest Decelopment Ltd., Reforestation and Tropical Forest Management.

Tropical forest restoration in the Asia-Pacific Region. Series: World Forests, Vol. 8, Springer. Contact Info. Corresponding Author: @ Affiliations. Centre for Mined Land Rehabilitation, University of Queensland, BrisbaneAustralia; Link(s) World Forests.

Selecting the link above redirects this page to the website. Asia-Pacific Forestry Education Coordination Mechanism (AP-FECM) Forests in the Asia-Pacific region serve nearly half of the global population.

More than five million people work in the forestry sector in this region. However, the region’s forests face mounting challenges, such as a decline in forest cover, loss of biodiversity, damage to forest ecosystems and reduced ecosystem [ ].

Asia Pacific Forest Industries, September: Asian Yearbook Hong Kong: Far Eastern Economic Review. Aten Suwandi, Ir. n.d. Draft project report: Rehabilitation of logged-over forests in Asia/Pacific Region.

Annex II. Indonesia and Malaysia. PDF | On Dec 1,K. Holl published Regreening the Bare Hills: Tropical Forest Restoration in the Asia-Pacific Region | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. This guide reflects RECOFTC’s more than 30 years of experience in building capacity for community forestry in the Asia-Pacific region.

The questions in the guide come from RECOFTC’s discussions with stakeholders in its FLOURISH project in Lao PDR, Thailand and Viet Nam. FLOURISH is an innovative four-year forest landscape restoration (FLR) initiative that uses market forces combined with.

Inthe APEC leaders set a goal of securing a net growth of 20 million hectares in the region’s forest area by They reaffirmed the aim to advance rehabilitation and sustainable. Manual on Guidelines for Rehabilitation of Coastal Forests damaged by Natural Hazards in the Asia-Pacific Region Author:H.T.

Chan and S. Baba(ITTO/ISME) Price:JPY1, (with Tax). Mangrove forests along the coastlines in the Asia-Pacific region provide building materials for traditional homes, shelter fish and wildlife, protect communities from tsunamis and typhoons, and store more carbon than any other forested ecosystem in the world.

Despite all they do for humans and the planet, mangrove forests are threatened by over harvesting and rising sea levels. In the forestry sector, the depletion and degradation of forests continued to persist in parts of the Asia and Pacific region, as millions of hectares had been swept by excessive logging, forest.

Extensive plans for rehabilitation through forest village and forest plantation projects failed for lack of local participation (Apichai and Danai ; Sasaki ). In the eastern region, forests covered more than 5 million rai in In Regreening the Bare Hills: Tropical Forest Restoration in the Asia-Pacific Region, David Lamb explores how reforestation might be carried out both to conserve biological diversity and to improve the livelihoods of the rural poor.

While both issues have attracted considerable attention in recent years, this book takes a significant step, by integrating ecological and silvicultural knowledge within the context.

Get this from a library. Regreening the bare hills: tropical forest restoration in the Asia-Pacific region. [David Lamb] -- In Regreening the Bare Hills: Tropical Forest Restoration in the Asia-Pacific Region, David Lamb explores how reforestation might be carried.

Tropical deforestation in the Asia-Pacific Region has accelerated in Lhe last decade, seriously depleting the forest resource base.

Most forest loss results from agricultural clearing, but is generally preceded by forest degradation from destructive logging (Southeast Asia) or overuse of forest resources (South Asia).

Deforestation and its consequences in the Asia-Pacific region --Forest and land degradation in the Asia-Pacific region --Reforestation, conservation and livelihoods --Different types of reforestation --Natural regeneration and secondary forests --Monocultural plantings --Mixed-species plantings --Ecological restoration --Plantation finances.

(Source: Don Hammond, COmmentary on Forest Policy in The Asia Pacific Region (): ) - Agriculture played a huge role in Indonesia' economy at the turn of last century - and deforestation due to shifting cultivation was a major problem.Southeast Asian forests and forestry to Sub-regional report of the second Asia-Pacific forestry sector outlook study.

Bangkok: Food and Agricultural Organisation.

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Google Scholar. FAO (). Global forest resources assessment Rehabilitation of degraded forests in .Paje also noted the “bold steps” undertaken by other nations within the Asia-Pacific region to combat deforestation, as pointed out in the Global Forest Resources Assessment made by the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).