A Goal-Oriented Approach to Forest Landscape Restoration by David Pullar, David Lamb (auth.), John Stanturf, Palle

By David Pullar, David Lamb (auth.), John Stanturf, Palle Madsen, David Lamb (eds.)

While recovery ecology has ordinarily aimed to re-create a few putative extra ‘natural’ ecological kingdom, woodland panorama recovery (FLR) has emerged over the past decade as an strategy aimed extra at restoring traditional capabilities, whereas concentrating on assembly human needs.

With a view to exploring the sensible power of this procedure, this ebook attracts jointly a crew of specialists from the average and social sciences to debate its good fortune to this point in addressing serious concerns akin to biodiversity, ecological functionality, and human livelihoods. making use of rules of panorama ecology, recovery ecology, making plans idea and clash administration, the booklet offers a sequence of case experiences which rfile the method, and discusses how the strategy may also help with precedence surroundings for the future.

The e-book will supply a invaluable connection with graduate scholars and researchers attracted to ecological recovery, woodland ecology and administration, in addition to to execs in environmental recovery, average source administration, conservation, and environmental policy.

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1 Socio-economic Aspects The restoration, management and rehabilitation of degraded and secondary forests can only succeed if land tenure, land user access and customary property rights are secure and forest governance is effective (ITTO 2002). Local community rights and access over forestlands can be improved through adopting a collaboration approach and many have found this is the most effective way to solve natural resources conflict (Buckles and Rusnak 1999; Wondolleck and Yaffee 2000). ) through collaboration and solve problems that cannot be solved by the individual participants.

Does diversity come at a price? Neth J Agric Sci 45:439–450 Boot RGA, Gullison RE (1995) Approaches to developing sustainable extraction systems for tropical forest products. Ecol Appl 5:896–903 Booy G, Hendriks RJJ, Smulders MJM, Van Groenendael JM, Vosman B (2000) Genetic diversity and the survival of populations. Plant Biol 2:379–395 Boxman AW, Roelofs JGM (2006) Effects of liming, sod-cutting and fertilization at ambient and decreased nitrogen deposition on the soil solution chemistry in a Scots pine forest in the Netherlands.

In the Netherlands over the past 20 years has inherently evolved to the same landscape-oriented perspective as the more quantitative ecological network approach (restoring a certain percentage of forest cover without quality goals), as described in paragraphs above. This has had profound effects for the management of knowledge. We will come back to that in Sects. 4 of this chapter. 3 Nature Valuation and Financing One of the prime characteristics of Forest Landscape Restoration is its focus on the restoration of forest-related sustainable livelihoods (Jackson et al.

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