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Local knowledge of alternative forest resources: its relevance for resource management and economic development
Sustainable forestry, the forestry profession and forestry education: some lessons from North America
Using forests to mitigate climate change has gained much interest in science and policy discussions. We examine the evidence for carbon benefits, environmental and monetary costs, risks and trade-offs for a variety of activities in three general strategies: (1) land use change to increase forest area (afforestation) and avoid deforestation; (2) carbon management in existing forests; and (3) the use of wood as biomass energy, in place of other building materials, or in wood products for carbon storage. We found that many strategies can increase forest sector carbon mitigation above the current 162–256 Tg C/yr, and that many strategies have co-benefits such as biodiversity, water, and economic opportunities. Each...
Comparative study of paper sheets from olive tree wood pulp obtained by soda, sulphite or kraft pulping
Prediction of stem properties based on climate and soil factors in naturally regenerated Pinus sylvestris stands