3 edition of History of sustained-yield forestry found in the catalog.
History of sustained-yield forestry
|Other titles||Sustained-yield forestry.|
|Statement||Harold K. Steen, general editor ; coordinated by the Forest History Society for the International Union of Forestry Research Organizations (IUFRO), Forest History Group (S6.07).|
|Contributions||Steen, Harold K., Forest History Society., International Union of Forestry Research Organizations. Forest History Group S6.07.|
|LC Classifications||SD131 .H57 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 470 p. :|
|Number of Pages||470|
|LC Control Number||84152989|
Brandborg's efforts led to the passage of the National Forest Management Act of , which allowed the public and not just the forest products industry to participate in choosing the future direction of our public forests. This book has won the Wallace Stegner Prize in Environmental and American Western History from the University of s: 3. This paper analyzes how sustained yield (SY) forestry is defined and implemented in Sweden and Russia, two countries with different forest-industrial regimes. We first compare definitions of SY forestry in national legislation and policies. Then we study forest management planning in two large forest management units with respect to: delivered forest products and values, how the harvest level.
Get this from a library! Forests for the future: the story of sustained yield as told in the diaries and papers of David T. Mason, [David Townsend Mason; Rodney C Loehr]. The World Rainforest Report was a magazine produced by Australia's Rainforest Information Centre as a print publication from to It included reports and information about the state of rainforests across the globe as well as news about activism concerning their protection.
From its founding, the history of the city was the history of the Crossett Lumber Company—incorporated in —and its successors. Crossett is noted for its role in the evolution of sustained yield forestry, in which forests are treated as a renewable resource, or crop. It is a study of the evolution of forest policy at the national level, in counterpoint with management at the provincial and local levels, primarily in the Himalayan districts. The book highlights the two main strains of conflict that characterize the evolution of professional forestry in India.
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The Forest History Society has been a leading publisher of forest and conservation history for more than half a century. You can order directly from the Forest History Society’s online store or by mail (using the order form [PDF]). Order Online Order Form [PDF] Proceedings of the U.S.
Forest Service Centennial Congress: A Collective Commitment. The O&C Counties have been passionate advocates of sustained yield forestry for 80 years.
That advocacy will continue. Departures from sustained yield by the BLM in the recent past have been in conflict with the O&C Act’s primary objective of maintaining sustainable communities side by side with sustainable environments. Forestry, the management of forested land, together with associated waters and wasteland, primarily for harvesting timber.
To a large degree, modern forestry has evolved in parallel with the movement to conserve natural resources. Learn more about forestry techniques and goals and the history of forest.
The Forest Service was supposed to ensure the integrity and sustainability of the national forests, but its postwar policies maximized timber harvests, undermining its efforts to implement sustained-yield forestry and environmental protection.
New technologies facilitated the rapid harvest of the forests. Forestry is the science and craft of creating, managing, using, conserving, and repairing forests, woodlands, and associated resources for human and environmental benefits. Forestry is practiced in plantations and natural stands.
The science of forestry has elements that belong to the biological, physical, social, political and managerial sciences.
This article describes the history of sustainability in forestry, including the various social values on which its interpretation has been based. The original principle of sustained yield has gradually been broadened to a more inclusive principle of sustainable forest management. The Forest History Society has long had an interest in documenting the history of the U.S.
Forest Service, the federal agency with responsibility for managing the largest number of forested acres in the United States. In addition to maintaining the U.S. Forest Service Headquarters History Collection, FHS has also published numerous materials documenting the history.
Biltmore Forest School Images, ca. s - ca. Collection of 22 black-and-white and color images of the Biltmore Forest School, the first forestry school in the United States (), and of the Cradle of Forestry in America historic site, which commemorates the history of the Biltmore Forest School and the origins of forest conservation in North Carolina.
Sustained yield forest management has been widely accepted as a major objective of forestry. It implies continuous production of forest crops with the aim of achieving, at the earliest practicable time, an approximate balance between net growth and harvest, either by annual or somewhat longer periods.
The concept, introduced to North America by European foresters at the end of the 19th century. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Drawing on material held by the Weyerhaeuser Company and oral history transcripts available in the Forest History Society library, Ted Nelson has assembled a history of how Weyerhaeuser established its High Yield Forestry program in the s.
Pushed in a new management direction after a major blow-down in the Pacific. History of agroforestry. Agroforestry was formally outlined in the early 20th century by American economic geographer J.
Russell Smith in his book Tree Crops: A Permanent Agriculture (). Smith viewed tree-based “permanent agriculture” as a solution to the destructive erosion that often followed the cultivation of sloping lands. Forest History – Past, Present and - Published two books, Tom Wright, Recollections of a Pioneer Forester and Tree Farmer Frederick Davidson Mulholland –The Father of Sustained Yield Forestry in British Columbia and have in final draft form – Alan Orr-Ewing.
My new book, Money Trees: The Douglas Fir and American Forestry,is about management of Douglas fir forests, but also about the ways the challenges of managing the Douglas fir forests of the Pacific Northwest influenced the profession of American forestry.
The history of the O&C Lands is one part of this bigger story of forest. Sustained yield ensures the feasibility of continuous, long-term exploitation of available resources to obtain regular harvests. Sustained yield use is most commonly actively applied in forestry.
Forest management goes back to Feudal Europe, when the large land owners depended on the income from their holdings to maintain their castles and armies. The words sustainable forest or sustained yield comes to us from foresters of the 18th and 19th century in Europe.
At the time, much of Europe was being deforested, and foresters became increasingly concerned since wood was one of the driving forces in the European economy. Introduction. As early as the eighteenth century the term sustainability was widely elaborated in European forestry as the principle of sustained yield (SY), which later became a general paradigm in forest management world-wide (von Carlowitz ; Wiersum ; Farrell et al.
; Puettmann et al. ).The International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) defines SY as “the. History of sustained-yield forestry.
[Santa Cruz, CA]: The Society, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harold K Steen; Forest History Society.; International Union of Forestry Research Organizations. Forest History Group S The sustainable yield of natural capital is the ecological yield that can be extracted without reducing the base of capital itself, i.e.
the surplus required to maintain ecosystem services at the same or increasing level over time. The term only refers to resources that are renewable in nature as extracting non-renewable resources will always diminish the natural capital. Eric Rutkow is an assistant professor of history at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, and the author of The Longest Line on the first book, American Canopy: Trees, Forests, and the Making of a Nation (), received the Association of American Publishers’ PROSE Award for US history and was named one of the top books of the year by Smithsonian magazine.
A Short History of Sustainable Development. A short history of the concept of sustainable development could begin with the US government’s National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of This act came largely in response to the Santa Barbara oil spill, which had a devastating impact on wildlife and the natural environment in the area.
Sustained yield forestry in B.C. never quantified or accounted for these services. One recent study by a team lead by Robert Costanza estimates that timber production is only a small fraction of the total service value provided to human economies by temperate forests.
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