2 edition of Socio-economic effects and constraints in tropical forest management found in the catalog.
Socio-economic effects and constraints in tropical forest management
|Statement||organized by the International Federation of Institutes for Advanced Study ; edited by E.G. Hallsworth.|
|Contributions||Hallsworth, E. G., International Federation of Institutes for Advanced Study., Workshop on Socio-economic Effects and Constraints in Forest Management (1981 : Dehra Dun, India)|
|LC Classifications||SD247 .S63 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||82001989|
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This book aims to contribute to an improved understanding of the processes that have destabilizing effects on ecological and socio-economic systems of tropical rain forest margins, and giving a solution. Ecological and Socio-economic Valuations. Editors from sustainable agroforestry management, climate change effects on rainforests and agroforests to integrated concepts of land use in tropical landscapes. demography, and social sciences aspects of agroforestry and tropical forests. provide a thoughtful evaluation of climate change.
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This book is based on material derived from papers presented at a workshop on the socio-economic effects and constraints of tropical forest management, held at Dehra Dun, India. It outlines some of the conflicts that have arisen in the utilization of tropical forests by collecting the views of experts working in various parts of the world.
The needs of the people living in forests. Papers presented at the Workshop on Socio-economic Effects and Constraints in Forest Management, held at Dehra Dun, India, Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Human ecology of tropical forest / E.G Hallsworth (8 p.).
--Socio. The paper is reprinted from Socio-economic effects and constraints in tropical forest management (edited by Hallsworth, E. New York; John Wiley ). It maintains that the following issues are relevant when evaluating the socioeconomic effects and constraints in forest management in Tanzania today: (1) The villagization programme has in a short time created enormous concentrated pressures Cited by: 5.
Fearnside P.M. () Socio-economic factors in the management of tropical forests for carbon. In: Apps M.J., Price D.T. (eds) Forest Ecosystems, Forest Management and the Global Carbon Cycle. NATO ASI Series (Series I: Global Environmental Change), vol Cited by: Forests provide a full spectrum of goods and services that contribute to the socio-economic development of forest dependent communities.
In tropical countries, the diversity of stakeholders depending on forests with their divergent interests and expectations, make sustainable forest management (SFM) difficult to achieve. Although several studies advocate the decentralization of forest Cited by: 2.
Seeger A () Native Americans and the conservation of flora and fauna in Brazil. In: Hallworth EG (ed) Socio-economic effects and constraints in tropical forest management. Wiley, Chichester, pp – Google Scholar. This analysis shows that studies of socio-economic impacts have addressed several key industry drivers.
One notable exception is the impact of privatisation of public forest assets. This review concludes that some ongoing and new processes notably the RFA reviews, the Montreal Process and forest management. In book: SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT – CURRENT RESEARCH, Chapter: Sustainable Forest Management: An Introduction and Overview, Publisher: InTech, Editors: Jorge Martín García & Julio Diez.
Forest management in the Kigwena Nature Reserve: A question of quality of life 20 7. Forest legislation application constraints 22 8.
Ensuring the livelihood of Mbendjele Pygmies through GPS technology 24 9. Cooperation to curb poaching 26 Production forests to preserve biodiversity 28 CONCLUSION.
The formulation of effective policies for sustainable forest management requires an understanding of ownership issues. Forest ownership is changing in many countries: increasingly shifting from the state to local communities and to individual households, resulting in an increasing complexity in stakeholder relations.
These changes affect the way forests are managed and. This book will contribute to an improved understanding of the processes that have destabilizing effects on ecological and socio-economic systems of tropical rain forest margins, as well as striving to integrate environmental, technological and socio-economic issues in their solution.
The purpose of these studies is to highlight both the promise of environmentally sound forest harvesting technologies as a component of sustainable forest management, and the constraints that must be overcome in order to assure widespread adoption of those technologies.
Boekbespreking van E.G. Hallsworth: The relationship of the forest to rural development, socio-economic effects and constraints in tropical forest management Author(s) Veer, C.P. Constraints on agriculture.
The major constraints on sustainable agricultural production in tropical Africa are physico-chemical, biological, and socio-economic in nature. They are listed in table Constraints on industrial development. Bawa, K. () Effects of deforestation and forest fragmentation on genetic diversity in tropical tree populations.
In Drysdale, R. M., John, S. & Yapa, A. (eds.), Proceedings of International Symposium on Genetic Conservation and Production of Tropical Forest Tree Seed, JuneChiang Mai, Thailand. ASEAN-Canada Forest Tree. Systematic review of the socio-economic impacts of community forest management reveals mixed results (Burivalova et al., a).
For example, implementation of CFM reduced inequality in Mexico, had no effect in Bolivia and Kenya, but increased inequality in Uganda (Coleman and Fleischman, ). Tropical Deforestation - A Socio-Economic Approach offers a new perspective on the economic imperatives which encourage indigenous populations to encroach upon their own forests, and shows how action against deforestation must form part of a wider movement to improve both the living conditions of the local inhabitants and the durability of.
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. The book is a sincere effort of the authors to provide compiled information on the subject matter of forest environment and diversity.
It includes the impact of forests on environment, basic concept, status and extent of biodiversity, its loss and suggests ways and means of conservation for achieving sustainable development.2/5(1).
tropical forest management for the production of goods and services as a conservation tool (Dickinson et al., ) and also attempted to determine the environmental impacts of implement-ing good practices in tropical forests managed primarily for timber (e.g., Auld et al., ; Marx and Cuypers ; van Kujik et al., ).
Community forest management (CFM) has played a pivotal role in forest cover and biodiversity conservation in the region. In this article, we present the institutional, socioeconomic and environmental conditions under which community-based forest management has been consolidated in the tropical state of Quintana Roo, which occupies the eastern.Forests provide a wide range of economic and social benefits for instance through employment, value generated from the processing and trade of forest products, and investments in the forest sector.
Benefits also include the hosting and protection of sites and landscapes of high cultural, spiritual, or recreational value.
Economic benefits can usually be valued in monetary terms but .A study conducted by Lundgren and Lundgren ()revealed that socio-economic constraints like: development program for the villages, increase in population and rapid enhancement in cultivation of land for agricultural purposes resulted in deforestation and disturbed forest management in Tanzania.