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by Jean-Bruno Mikissa Susan Minnemeyer Stephane Mundunga Honore Nzao Nzao et al Jean-Gael Collomb

  • Author: Jean-Bruno Mikissa Susan Minnemeyer Stephane Mundunga Honore Nzao Nzao et al Jean-Gael Collomb
  • ISBN: 1569734232
  • ISBN13: 978-1569734230
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Economics
  • Publisher: World Resources Inst (February 29, 2000)
  • Pages: 50
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A First Look at Logging in Gabon (Global Forest Watch Reports) ePub download

by Susan Minnemeyer, Jean-Gael Collomb, Jean-Bruno Mikissa, Stéphane Mundunga, Honoré Nzao Nzao, Jean . Current laws designed to manage and protect forests in Gabon have been poorly applied and enforced

by Susan Minnemeyer, Jean-Gael Collomb, Jean-Bruno Mikissa, Stéphane Mundunga, Honoré Nzao Nzao, Jean Madouma, Jean de Dieu Mapaga, Christian Mikolo, Nicaise Rabenkogo, Serge Akagah, Emmanuel Bayani-Ngoye and Aurelien Mofouma - February 2000. Current laws designed to manage and protect forests in Gabon have been poorly applied and enforced. The proposed reform of Gabon's forestry policy provides an opportunity to help rectify these problems by setting new standards for better natural resources management. Central Africa's forests have a long history of human use.

Informationen zum Titel A First Look at Logging in Gabon von Jean-Bruno Mikissa, Susan . Jean-Bruno Mikissa, Susan Minnemeyer, Stephane Mundunga, Honore Nzao Nzao, et al Jean-Gael Collomb.

Informationen zum Titel A First Look at Logging in Gabon von Jean-Bruno Mikissa, Susan Minnemeyer, Stephane Mundunga, Honore Nzao Nzao, et al Jean-Gael Collomb Jean-Bruno Mikissa, Susan Minnemeyer, Stephane Mundunga, Honore Nzao Nzao, et al Jean-Gael Collomb.

The ‘little fire ant’, Wasmannia auropunctata (Roger) (Myrmicinae),which originated in South and Central Americaand the Caribbean islands, now has a global distributiondue to its status of invasive species (Foucaud et a. 2010; View. Foucaud et al 2010 EVA supplementary material. The first public product of the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) is its Conceptual Framework.

Minnemeyer Mudunga, . Nzao Nzao, . Madouma, . Mapaga, . et al. (2000) A First Look at Logging in Gabon. Global Forest Watch, World Resources Institute, Washington, DC, USA. Crouse, . amp; Caswell, H. (1987) A stage-based population model for loggerhead sea turtles and implications for conservation. Ecology, 68, 1412–1423.

An intact forest landscape (IFL) is a seamless mosaic of forest and . Abstract This study presents a global analysis of forest cover and forest protection. H. Bikié, Jocelyne Collomb, L. Djomo, Susan Minnemeyer, Roger Ngoufo, Samuel Nguiffo.

An intact forest landscape (IFL) is a seamless mosaic of forest and naturally treeless ecosystems with no remotely detected signs of human activity and a minimum area of 500 km2. IFLs are critica. More). An updated Global Forest Map (using MODIS2005) provided a current assessment of forest cover within 20 natura.

But as global demand for palm oil grew, companies racing to supply it burned and bulldozed some of those forests. Gabon Singapore-based agribusiness giant Olam has opened two new oil palm plantations, each with its own mill, in this west-central African country. Health concerns over trans fats fueled the boom-palm oil replaced trans fats in many products-as did rising demand for biodiesel. By the early 2000s, the boom was in full swing, and thousands of square miles of lowland forests and peatlands across Borneo were planted with oil palms. Three-quarters of Gabon is covered in forest, and commercial agriculture is close to nonexistent.

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Global Forest Watch originally began in 1997 as an initiative to establish a global forest monitoring network, convened by the World Resources Institute and partners. The initiative was rebooted in 2013 with data from the Center for Global Development derived from NASA's MODIS sensor, with additional layers subsequently added from Google/UMD, Imazon, Terra-i, and NASA. Hansen, Matthew; Popatov, Peter; et al.

com Smithsonian Forest Global Earth Observatory. 18 June ·. What limits tree growth, and, by extension, carbon sequestration, in a forest?

A collection of the data and publications from Global Forest Watch Canada.

A collection of the data and publications from Global Forest Watch Canada. Keywords: maps, Canada, conservation, sustainability, environmental stewardship, forest watch, global forest watch, forest landscapes. 2016-09-20) The second and third bulletins in this series on disturbance issues in the Castle Wilderness examine the length of linear disturbances and their density in the newly proposed parks.

Through this report, our Cameroonian partners have documented that Cameroon's forests are among the most biologically diverse in the Congo Basin. Yet, these forests are under rapidly growing development pressures.

Given its economic and environmental implications, logging has to be carefully monitored if Cameroon wants to safeguard its forest resources for future generations.

If managed properly, Cameroon's forests could offer long-term revenues without compromising the ecosystems' natural functions.

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