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Biological Sciences
  • Author:
    John L Innes
  • ISBN:
    0851987931
  • ISBN13:
    978-0851987934
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  • Publisher:
    CABI (October 1, 1993)
  • Pages:
    656 pages
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    Biological Sciences
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Assessment and monitoring of forest health representsa key point for environmental policy and for the management ofenvironmental resources. Identification of a program‘stask has a number of implications and consequences: it implies adefinition of what concept of forest health (forest ecosystem health,forest health or forest trees health?) is assumed, what will be thetarget entity to be monitored, and therefore the identification of therelevant assessment questions and assessment endpoints. Consequences concern the definition of the spatial scale (frominternational to landscape and.

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Forest health: its assessment and status. Ozone-a risk factor for trees and forests in Europe? R Matyssek, JL Innes. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 116 (1-2), 199-226, 1999. Forest health: its assessment and status. Progress in physical geography 9 (2), 187-254, 1985. Lichenometric dating of debrisflow deposits in the Scottish Highlands.

The book covers a wide range of topics that address both ecological and .

The book covers a wide range of topics that address both ecological and social perspectives on managing these critical resources. it should prove to be an invaluable source of reference – and not only for students. Innes is Forest Renewal BC Chair in Forest Management and Dean of the Faculty of Forestry at the University of British Columbia, Canada. An excellent book, practical with well-chosen and organized colour photos. Information comes from many different starting points: host tree, pest name, symptom or type of damage. Wallingford, UK, CAB International. The standard text addressing all factors, including tree pests, that affect the condition and overall health of trees. Much effort has been expended in providing a clear layout, as well as succinct and informative text.

Forest Health: Its Assessment and Status (Cabi Publishing). October 1, 1993, CABI. Hardcover in English. His book reminds us that scientists do not work in isolation, but interact in crucial ways with the political system and with the general public

Forest Health: Its Assessment and Status. Neuartige Waldschäden. His book reminds us that scientists do not work in isolation, but interact in crucial ways with the political system and with the general public. The book not only reveals the history of global warming, but also analyzes the nature of modern scientific work as it confronts the most difficult questions about the Earth's future. Table of Contents: Preface 1. How Could Climate Change?

Dean, Faculty of Forestry. Forest Renewal BC Chair in Forest Management. Boreal forest renewal under climate change: an assessment of alternative adaptation strategies Ecology and Society, in press.

Dean, Faculty of Forestry. State of Europe’s forests 2007. The MCPFE Report on Sustainable Forest Management in Europe.

This book assesses the current state of knowledge about forest declines, particularly as they relate to air pollution. Many declines are shown to be unrelated to air pollution and, in other cases, the links between air pollution and the condition of the trees is extremely tenuous. Factors such as nutrient depletion due to past management practices and drought are shown to have had a major influence on the health of trees. In many cases, the evidence for a decline in tree condition is at best ambiguous, and much of the concern appears to have been generated by political and media interest rather than by a critical evaluation of the available data. A detailed examination of the comprehensive data collected in the British forest health monitoring program over the last five years indicates the complexity of the process involved and illustrates the dangers of taking data from a single year at face value. Many of the indices used to assess trees are of questionable value when compared over time or space, as their subjective nature precludes any reliable comparisons. Studies of annual increment and wood quality indicate that the international market for timber is unlikely to be affected in either the long or the short term.