Tropical Forested Watersheds: Hydrologic And Soils Response To Major Uses Or Conversions (Westview Replica Edition) ePub download
by Peter Noel King,Lawrence S Hamilton
- ISBN: 0865319944
- ISBN13: 978-0865319943
- ePub: 1401 kb | FB2: 1757 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Nature & Ecology
- Publisher: Westview Press (June 16, 1983)
- Pages: 168
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 713
- Format: lit rtf azw doc
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In this book, Hamilton and King present the results of a workshop held recently to consider what effect various land use practices have on the soil and water regime, in relation to undisturbed tropical forest. Since this book is concerned with. water availability after conversions, it is an important book because it addresses a very. major concern of both conservationists and planners. It is also a very dangerous book
Hamilton Untrammeled (wild) forests are absolutely the safest and best watershed cover if we want the highest quality of water . Tropical forested watersheds: hydrologic and soils response to major uses or conversions. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. 168 p. Hibbard, B. H. 1965.
Hamilton Untrammeled (wild) forests are absolutely the safest and best watershed cover if we want the highest quality of water, in a natural streamflow pattern (quantity and timing), which has been long established so that streams, aquatic life, and people are adjusted to that pattern. Let us consider some alternative land uses. Cutting some or all of the trees and extracting them. While it will result in greater water yield, it does somewhat increase streamflows when you do not want it, during floods.
Tropical forested watersheds: hydrologic and soil responses to major uses or conversions. This paper discusses the need for models for multimedia documents and describes a particular formal model. Lawrence S. Hamilton, Peter J. King. The model makes use of an executable Interval Temporal Logic as its basis.
Hamilton L (1983) Tropical forested watersheds: Hydrologic and soils response to major uses or. .Zinke PJ (1978) Soil fertility aspects of the Lua' forest fallow system of shifting cultivation. In Farmers in the Forest, Honolulu, U. of Hawaii Press.
Hamilton L (1983) Tropical forested watersheds: Hydrologic and soils response to major uses or conversions, Boulder, Westview. 3. Jones PH (1983) Lamtoro and the amarasi model from Timor. In Bull Indonesian Econ Stud 19:106–112. 4. Metzner JK (1976) Lamtoronisasi: An experiment in soil conservation. In Bull Indonesian Econ Study 14: 103–109.
Hamilton LS, King PN (1983) Tropical forested watersheds: Hydrologic and soils response to major uses and conversions. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. Kiernan K (1988) The management of soluble rock landscapes: An Australian perspective.
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et King, . Boulder, Colorado, États-Unis, Westview Press. et Pearce, . What are the soil and water benefits of planting trees in developing country watersheds?. Disinger, éds. Sustainable resource development in the third world, p Boulder, Colorado, États-Unis, Westview Press. Haselwander, K. et Bowen, . Mycorrhizal relations in trees for agroforestry and land rehabilitation.
Tropical Forested Watersheds : Hydrologic and Soil Response to Various Uses and Conversions. More by Lawrence S. Forest and Watershed Development and Conservation in Asia and the Pacific.
Tropical forested watersheds: hydrologic and soils response to major uses or conversions. Watershed forest influences in the tropics and subtropics: a selected, annotated bibliography. Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado. Iltis, H. Doebley, J. Guzman, R. M. & Pazy, B. 1979. Zea diploperennis (Gramineae), a new teosinte from Mexico. Problems of throughfall and interception assessment in a tropical forest. Journal of Hydrology 12:179–189. Environment and Policy Institute, The East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii. Williams, J. Lamoureux, C. & Wulijarni-Soetjipto, N. (eds).