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Vital Forest Graphics Print E-mail
Written by Фиданка   
вторник, 07 јули 2009 13:43

To help communicate the value of forests to policy-makers and the wider public, the United Nations Environmental Program, the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations and the United Nations Forum on Forests, joined efforts to analyse, synthesize and ilistrate topical forest issues in this new publication, the Vital Forest Graphics.

Read More on: http://www.grida.no/_res/site/file/publications/vital_forest_graphics.pdf

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Tree biodiversity increases release of carbon from soils Print E-mail
Written by sekira   
петок, 30 мај 2008 10:33

Soils play an important role in the carbon cycle, containing more than two thirds of the total carbon held in terrestrial ecosystems. Concern about climate change and rising CO2 levels is driving research to understand carbon cycling through soils. New research suggests that in tropical regions greater tree diversity increases soil respiration (the release of carbon) rates, but also improves overall ecosystem health, which ultimately leads to greater carbon absorption.

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Controlled forest fires could kill invasive tree disease Print E-mail
Written by sekira   
вторник, 20 мај 2008 11:31

In a new study, researchers examined the potential influence of human-driven changes in land-use on disease establishment in forests. The research suggests that changes in forest management, which encourage greater and more dense forest cover, are creating environmental conditions that promote disease.

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Rethinking financial incentives for habitat protection Print E-mail
Written by sekira   
петок, 25 април 2008 09:25

Habitat conservation in developing countries can be supported using the incremental cost (IC) principle, according to new research. However, the research highlights a number of changes needed to make the IC principle an effective tool in the battle to protect globally important habitats.

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Extreme weather affects forest communities for decades Print E-mail
Written by sekira   
четврток, 10 април 2008 13:30

Rare and extreme weather events have a major long-term effect on forestry-reliant communities in Northern Europe, according to recent research. Although more general climate change scenarios have been widely discussed, government planning for the socio-economic impact of major storms accompanying climate change can limit the long-term effects on communities.

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