This book explores the implications to management of present scientific knowledge on rain forest regeneration
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by Arturo Gomez-Pompa, T. C. Whitmore, M. Hadley. ISBN 9780929858319 (978-29858-31-9) Hardcover, Parthenon Pub Group, 1991. Find signed collectible books: 'Rain Forest Regeneration and Management (Man & the Biosphere Series)'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. com has become a leading book price comparison site
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Whitmore & M. Man and the Biosphere Series, vol. The Parthenon Publishing Group Ltd, Casterton Hall, Carnforth, Lancashire, England, UK, and The Parthenon Publishing Group In. Park Ridge, New Jersey 07656, USA: xxiii + 457 p. illustr. Richard Evans Schultes (a1).
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Unesco-Man and Biosphere (MAB) Programme. The broader economic and societal context of rain forest regeneration and management was not within the direct terms of reference of the workshop. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) International Union of Biologicai Sciences (IUBS) Institut0 Venezolano de Investigaciones Cientificas (IVV?C) CVG Electrificacion del Carod, CA (EDELCA). Not that issues like'land tenure, economic. evaluation of forestry schemes, international trade, et. are not important. is true - their importance is overriding.
ABSTRACT: The diversity, population structure and regeneration status of woody species were studied at Xobe and Shorobe Villages in northern . Natural regeneration and ecological recovery in Mau Forest complex, Kenya.
ABSTRACT: The diversity, population structure and regeneration status of woody species were studied at Xobe and Shorobe Villages in northern Botswana. A total of 46 woody species, 27 from Xobe and 41 from Shorobe were recorded. Of the 46 woody species, only 22 were recorded at both sites. Ten genera and six families were found only in Shorobe while one genus and one family were found only in Xobe.
rain forest regeneration and management. Gomez-Pompa at Harvard Forest in July 1985
rain forest regeneration and management. Plans for the Guri workshop were elaborated by a smaii working party organized by Arturo. Gomez-Pompa at Harvard Forest in July 1985. This working party was, in turn, convened. and Biosphere (MAB) Programme of Unesco, at its eighth session in December 1984, that. rain forest regeneration might provide a suitable focus for future comparative work on tropical. ecology within the framework of MAB. Hosted by the state hydroelectric Company CVG Electrificacion del Caroni, CA (EDELCA)