Essays about: "Planning for Viable Forests with High Biodiversity"

Found 2 essays containing the words Planning for Viable Forests with High Biodiversity.

  1. 1. Planning for Viable Forests with High Biodiversity

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Miljövetenskaplig utbildning

    Author : Anja Herdesang; [2018]
    Keywords : Anja Herdesang; Planning for Viable Forests with High Biodiversity; forestry; foresters; forester; biodiversity; ecosystem; forest; sustainability; extinction; speices; refinement; nature; clear-cut; cuts; monocultured; forests; alternative; concervation; enviromental laws; even-aged; continuous; silvicultural; wood products; cost-effectiveness; Protection; timber; pulp; production; forest owners; harvesting; red-listed; violations; protected; effective management; ecosystem responses; disturbance; Cross-disciplinary cooperation; climax and carrying capacity; index; describing the abiotic basic Prerequisites for Biodiversity APB ; guideline; trees connected; wildlife connectivity; continuity; Earth and Environmental Sciences; Agriculture and Food Sciences; Biology and Life Sciences; Cultural Sciences; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : In recent decades, the rate of extinction of species is increasing due to human use and refinement of nature. This has resulted in a large amount of research throughout the world. Forestry today is mostly based on clear cuts, and many natural forests have been cut down and replaced with monocultured forests. READ MORE

  2. 2. Why fast growing broadleaves? : a study of forest owners´ tree species choice after storm damages in southern Sweden

    University essay from SLU/Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre

    Author : Veronika Engelmann; [2015]
    Keywords : NIPF owners; forest management; decision making; advisory services; the Swedish Forest Agency; Southern Swedish Forest Owners´ Association;

    Abstract : The so called borealization of southern Sweden has resulted in several negative consequences such as a decline of biodiversity, a complete change of the landscape picture with decreased recreational and cultural values and increased risk for damages caused by storm and pests. Climate change is predicted to result in more unsuitable conditions for spruce which increases the risks for damages from storm and pests, with great economic losses for the individual forest owner and the whole society as a consequence. READ MORE