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Title: SUSTAINABLE FORESTS: GLOBAL CHALLENGES AND ...
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Book Description International Book, Lucknow, 2005. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents Preface/O. Thomas Bouman. Acknowledgement. Introduction Editorial summary/O. Thomas Bouman and David G. Brand. Formal address/Anne McLellan. I. Global challenges 1. Quo Vadimus/Matt Heering. 2. Sustainability The Panacea for our forestry ills/M.N. Salleh. 3. Cultural values versus science/Chris Maser. 4. Sustainable development of forests as a way to preserve a natural basis of forestry/Rainer Hummel and Alexander Sizykh. II. Local solutions 1. Challenges to managing forests in Africa/Mangetane Gerard Khalikane. 2. Community forest management in Southern Asia a survival issue/J.B. Lal. 3. Predivinsk Lespromkhoz a case study on the collaborative restructuring of a forest product based community in Siberia/David Ostergren and Steve Hollenhorst. 4. Ecologically sustainable land use planning in the Russian Lake Baikal Region/Daniel R. Plumley. 5. Forest policy evolution in Poland/Kazimierz Rykowski. 6. Integrating a research station into community development and area protection in Nicaragua/Hans G. Schabel. 7. Sustainable forests it's about time (Montana)/Barry R. Flamm. 8. Partnership building for sustainable development a first nations perspective from Ontario/P.A. Story and F.H. Lickers. 9. Partnership building for sustainable development an industry perspective from Saskatchewan/Jack Spencer. 10. Precious values integrating diverse forest values into forest management policy and action (ontario)/Mark A. Stevenson David R. Hardy and Laurie Gravelines. 11. Socio economic sustainability in forest dependent communities/Phil Shantz. III. Scientific considerations 1. An ecological economic analysis of the role of Canadian forests in mitigating global climate change/Mohammed Dore Mark Johnston and Harvey Stevens. 2. Value of wilderness protection in Saskatchewan a case study of existence values/S.N. Kulshreshtha and K.G. Lowen. 3. Sustaining tropical forest biodiversity/P.D. Khasa and B.P. Dancik. 4. Biodiversity values and measures applied to forest management/John M. Silbaugh and David R. Betters. 5. Characterizing and comparing landscape diversity using GIS and a contagion index/Bernard R. Parresol and Joseph McCollum. 6. Artificial nest predation dynamics along a forest fragmentation gradient a preliminary analysis/Erin Bayne and Keith Hobson. 7. Using micropropagation to conserve threatened rare species in sustainable forests/J.L. Edson D.L. Wenny A.D. Leege Brusven and R.L. Everett. 8. Microbial inoculants for sustainable forests/M.S. Reddy L.M. Funk D.C. Covert D.N. He and E.A. Pedersen. IV. Panel Discussion 1. Janna Kumi (Government). 2. Hamish Kimmins (Academe). 3. Steve Smith (Industry). 4. Harvey Locke (Non Governmental). 5. Russell Diabo (First Nations). 6. Lutz Fahser (international). Floor discussion. Index. 378 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 57179
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