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Site management and productivity in tropical plantation forests

workshop proceedings, 16-20 February 1998, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

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Published by Center for International Forestry Research in Bogor, Indonesia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia
    • Subjects:
    • Tree farms -- Indonesia -- Congresses.,
    • Forest management -- Indonesia -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementeditors, E.K.S. Nambiar, C. Cossalter, A. Tiarks.
      GenreCongresses.
      ContributionsNambiar, E. K. S., Cossalter, C., Tiarks, A. E.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD235.I65 S58 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination76 p. :
      Number of Pages76
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6858281M
      ISBN 109798764331
      LC Control Number00368197

      CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a given year (e.g. ) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g. – 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). SST Management Plan LPF/ SEGAN Version 2 Page 6 of 30 4. Forest Plantation Management Statutory Framework In the main the most recent legislation that effects ITP and environmental management is contained within the Forests (Planted Forests) Rules, and the Natural Resources and Environment Ordinance, (Cap. 84)File Size: KB. The move by many countries to develop forest plantation is a key step towards conserving and managing the natural forest sustainably. Fast-growing plantation forests are broadly defined as having average growth rates starting from 10m 3 /ha/year, with short rotations from less than 6 years to around 30 years. Plantation establishment and maintenance Growth and yield Technical management 5. Some problems Glossary Bibliography 1. Introduction Providing a brief description of plantation forestry in the tropics is complicated due the large diversity of site conditions, traditions, experiences and needs regarding tree Size: KB.

      Despite deforestation, the Amazon basin rainforest is the largest tropical forest in the world. In Brazil, the largest Amazon country, approximately million square kilometers, or million hectares remain. million hectares are designated indigenous reserves and 25 million hectares as sustainable development reserve and extractive reserves for rubber; all of this forest area is.


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Site Management and Productivity in Tropical Plantation Forests. Proceedings of Workshops in Piracicaba (Brazil) November and Bogor (Indonesia) November Bogor, Indonesia: Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), p.

ISBN: Site management and productivity in tropical plantation forests. Bogor, Indonesia: Center for International Forestry Research, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E K S Nambiar.

Site Management and Productivity in Tropical Plantation Forests Workshop Proceedings February Pietermaritzburg, South Africa Productivity of plantation forests grown on short to medium rotations varies greatly from m 3 ha-1 yr-1 to m3 ha-1 yr Yields exceeding the latter are also.

SITE MANAGEMENT AND PRODUCTIVITY IN TROPICAL FOREST PLANTATIONS Impact on soils and options for management over successive rotations A. Tiarks1, E.K.S. Nambiar 2, and C. Cossalter 3 1 Southern Research Station., USDA Forest Service, Shreveport Highway, Pineville, LA USA 2 CSIRO Forestry and Forest Products, P.O.

Box E, Kingston, Canberra, ACTAustralia. Add tags for "Site management and productivity in tropical plantation forests: workshop proceedings, FebruaryPietermaritzburg, South Africa". Be the first. Similar Items. Site Management and Productivity in Tropical Plantation Forests: A summary of research from the Karkloof project it is important to identify sensitive soil types under plantation forests where the cumulative effect of nutrient removal may be a cause for concern over long periods of time.

on a sandy soil with low site productivity was. Site Management and productivity in tropical plantation forests Technical Report (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Conference: In: Nambiar, E.K.S.

(ed.) Site Management and Productivity in Tropical Plantation Forests. Proceedings of Workshops in Piracicaba (Brazil) November and Bogor (Indonesia) A spacing trial (M25), planted to Eucalyptus grandis x E.

urophylla (A), was established on Sappi Forests property, Futululu plantation, in the Zululand region of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, in July The trial was located at 28o 25’ S and 32 o 14’ E at an altitude of 50 m a.s.l.

with an estimated mean annual temperature (MAT) of o C and precipitation (MAP) of mm. selection for the site to tree felling. The initial plantation establishment phase is divided into the following activities: species selection, site preparation and planting operation.

The plantation management phase include silvicultural activities as follows: protection, tending (weeding andFile Size: KB. Plantation Establishment, Management and Protection Forest Nurseries Site Preparation Tree Planting Thinning and Pruning Rotations and Regeneration 6. Plantation Yields and Productivity Growth Rates and Yields 7.

Problems with Plantations Monoculture and Risk of Pests, Diseases and Other ThreatsFile Size: KB. Activities that affect soil conditions and forest productivity should be evaluated within the context of both negative impacts as well as the potential for positive inputs. Harvesting of native forests on sensitive sites constitutes one end of the spectrum; intensive plantation forestry constitutes the other.

Restoring sites disturbed by industrial activity to a forested condition can ensure the continued provision of economic and ecosystem services from these areas. Impounded mine tailings are particularly challenging sites, and positive benefits of establishing trees must be balanced against risks associated with metal contamination, ongoing tailings stability, and the possibility of acid mine Cited by: 1.

Tree-planting and plantation forestry in tropical countries are expanding rapidly. Social and community forestry, tree planting to control soil erosion, and the use of agroforestry, as well as many industrial afforestation projects, are all part of the response to tropical deforestation and are central to much rural development.

The international Tropical Forest Action Programme (TFAP. Plantation establishment is coupled particularly with the production facilities for pulp and paper in Indonesia (Gales,Wong, ). Faced by prospects of further diminishing supplies from the natural forests, the reconstituted wood panel industry has also opted for plantation management.

Mok CK, Cheah LC, Chan YK () Site management and productivity of Acacia mangium in humid tropical Sumatra, Indonesia. In: Nambiar et al (eds) Proceedings of a workshop on site management and productivity in tropical plantation Cited by: 1.

Abstract: The impacts of alternative strategies for managing harvest residues in second rotation Eucalyptus globulus plantations are being examined at sites of contrasting soil fertility status in south-western Australia.

This research is a component of the CIFOR network project, “Site management and productivity in tropical plantation forests”, in which common core treatments are being. Introduction. A basic principle of forest management is to maintain or increase in the productivity of the forest ecosystem. This refers to all products of the forest, including both.

• Limit plantation size to 50 ac or smaller • Establish a ratio of 1 ac of permanent opening per 20 ac of trees within plantations > 50 ac • Establish irregular plantation boundaries • Establish or preserve hardwood corridors and firebreaks -roads planted to herbaceous cover to increase diversityFile Size: 4MB.

productivity in the future, providing management is holistic and good standards are maintained. Genetic improvement, in particular, offers the prospect of substantial and long-term gains over several rotations. • Environmental changes will undoubtedly have an impact on plantation forests.

Some changes may yield improvement, others Size: 4MB. Plantation forests, climate change and biodiversity plantation forests via changes in forest management actions that have been proposed to mitigate the effects of climate change on the productive capacity of plantations. These planted forests given the differences in management practices.

These knowledge gaps areCited by: Management of soil, nutrition and water in tropical plantation forests The subtropics and tropics often pose special problems for sustained high production. Because well-managed plantations appear to offer prospects of both augmenting wood supplies and improving the environment, there is global recognition of the need to provide the best.

Demands on Tropical Forests 7 Plantation Forests in the Tropics 8 The Challenge 19 2. Genetic Resources for Plantation Forestry 25 T.J.B. Boyle, C. Cossalter and A.R. Griffin Genetic Resources in Tropical Plantation Forestry 26 Genetics and Genetic Variation 29 Tree Improvement Strategies 38 Breeding and Propagation Strategies   Sal forests extend into the tropical and sub-tropical regions, and to the zones where precipitation ranges from to mm and above, and the dry period does not exceed 4 months (Tewari, ).

Sal tolerates some frost, but annual heavy frosts occurring in frost hollows are detrimental to seedlings (Prasad and Pandey, b).Cited by:   Site description.

Sappi Usutu forest plantation is situated 25 km southwest of Mbabane on the western Highveld of Swaziland. The land area covered is ab ha, of wh ha is productive (commercial) land, consisting of pine and eucalyptus species with P. patula being the dominant species. The soils at Usutu forest are generally red clay, derived from gabbro lithology, Author: Lindani Z.

Mavimbela, Jacob W. Crous, Andrew R. Morris, Paxie W. Chirwa. The presence of invasive species in the plantation forests sites reveals a major concern for conservation management, since wild boars and cape hares are spreading across the Brazilian territory (Auricchio & Olmos, ; Pedrosa, Salerno, Padilha, & Galetti, ).

Moreover, the temporal range of field surveys synthesized here (∼7 years) may Cited by: 3. Forested matrix. We measured the areas of tree plantations and natural forests surrounding the study crop sites at radii of,Cited by: The New Generation Plantations project collects knowledge and good practices in plantation forestry in order to promote better plantation management.

Well designed and managed plantations can relieve the strain on the planet's remaining natural forests by providing fibre for timber, paper and wood energy. As the rain forests disappear, development of planted forests in tropical countries is accelerating to satisfy the ever-growing global demands for wood products as well as to improve the local environment and livelihoods of poor people.

In 24 illustrated and fully referenced chapters, this book presents both the historical context and current developments in planting trees in the tropics.

Jordan, C. Productivity of tropical rain forest ecosystems and the implications for their use as future wood and energy F. Golley, ed. Ecosystems of the World. Vol. Tropical Rain Forests, Elsevier, Amsterdam. In press. Google ScholarCited by:   It is also possible for plantation forests, depending on the specific management practices and region, to play a role in conserving biodiversity However, for example, the multiple taxa in tropical forests in the Amazon demonstrate that plantation forests are often less diverse than natural forests Cited by: Forest plantations of single tree species may have very different ecosystem characteristics than do many native forests, and create intensive and usually simplifying interactions with soils.

These interactions may influence soil properties essential for sustained productivity, e.g. nutrient element biogeochemistry, organic matter dynamics, soil biota and dynamics of soil structure and porosity. benefits, because productivity drives key ecological processes. Sustained productivity is, arguably, the best measure that integrates the functioning of plantation forests and signals the direction of change in response to management practices.

Measures of productivity may include gross or net primary. About this book. A single reference text on all aspects of tropical tree plantation management. The authors draw on their field experience from over 40 tropical and sub-tropical countries and there is an extensive bibliography of over literature citations.

Contents. PART I INTRODUCTION; 1. What is sustainable forest management. "The stewardship and use of forests and forest lands in a way, and at a rate, that maintains their biodiversity, productivity, regeneration capacity, vitality and their potential to fulfil, now and in the future, relevant ecological, economic and social functions, at local, national, and global levels, and that does not cause damage to other ecosystems.".

Denslow, Julie S. Biodiversity and Ecosystem Processes in TropicalIssue., p. Tree-planting and plantation forestry in tropical countries are expanding rapidly.

Social and community forestry, tree planting to control soil erosion, and the use of agroforestry, as well as many industrial afforestation projects, are all part of the response to tropical deforestation and are central to much rural development.

The international Tropical Forest Action Programme (TFAP Reviews: 1. As you can see from the map to the right, the tropical rainforests are, indeed, located in the tropics, a band around the equator from ° N (the Tropic of Cancer) to ° S (the Tropic of Capricorn) (red lines on map, right).

Because the Earth tilts degrees on its axis as it travels around the sun, at some point in the year (the solstices, June 22nd in the north, December 22nd in. The Forests Handbook, written by an international team of both scientists and practitioners, presents an integrated approach to forests and forestry, applying our present understanding of forest science to management practices, as a basis for achieving sustainability.

The traditional management of Chinese fir plantations is representative of the type of management usually carried out in many other tropical and subtropical forest regions around the world. After harvesting and slash-burning the native mixed evergreen broad-leaved forests, pure plantations of fast-growing conifers were by:.

• Part A provides an introduction to water resources management and plantation forests in South Australia, outlines the strategic framework of the policy, including the goal and guiding principles, and details the science underpinning the framework and the management options available to manage the water resource impacts of plantation forests.Description: Brings together much of the recent literature on nutrient cycling due to conversion of forests to croplands, pastures, and plantation forests.

It explains why nutrients are often very critical in tropical humid ecosystems and discusses principles that can guide land managers to conserve nutrients and sustain productivity.Contemporary issues such as engaging with stakeholders and sustainable management practices in planted forests are also addressed.

This expanded third edition will provide students with a comprehensive introduction to the principles and practices of tropical plantation forestry as part of sustainable land by: