- Author:J.S. Bibby
- Publisher:Macaulay Land Use Research Institute (January 1989)
- Pages:34 pages
- Subcategory:Nature & Ecology
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Forestry Capability s to a major kind of land use rather than to the more tightly defined land utilisation .
Land Capability Classi. Land Capability for Forestry in Britain (Soil survey monograph). 0708404677 (ISBN13: 9780708404676).
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Land Capability Classification Soil Survey Technical Monograph 1, 1969, by . Bibby and D. Mackney.
Land Capability Classification. This was first developed in the USA and has been adapted in many countries. Its aim is to rank all soils from 'best' to 'worst' according to the degree of relatively permanent physical limitations to productive land use (agriculture, grazing, forestry). A brief overview of the most recent UK LCC: Bibby, J. S; Douglas, H. A; Thomasson, A. J. and Robertson J. S. "Land Capability Classification for Agriculture" (1991), MLURI, Aberdeen. United Kingdom Land Capability Classification (1969) (MS-Word, 97Kb). Soil Survey Technical Monograph 1, 1969, by .
Land Capability Classification for Forestry in Britain. The sheet lines conform to the Ordnance Survey Landranger series. This monograph outlines the physical factors that affect forestry and provides guidelines for determining forestry capability classes.
Land Capability for Forestry in Britain. Zagros forests in the west of Iran play an important role for soil and water conservation and can be used for forest based recreation. This study develops a model to evaluate ecological capability of Iran’s Zagros forest. Results showed that 23861 and 43589 ha of Javanrood region have capability for intensive and extensive recreation respectively. Bibby, J. Heslop, R. E. F. and Hartnup, R. 1988.
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Land Capability Assessments in Britain 4. Other Special Purpose Systems . (1988). Canada Land Inventory (1970). The Canada Land Inventory: Objectives, Scope and Organization.
Land Capability Classification for Agriculture.
This guideline focuses on the interaction with soil. An Ecological Site Classification for Forestry in Great Britain.
Practising sustainable forestry means managing our forests in a way that meets our needs at present but that does not compromise the ability of future generations to meet their needs. They will rightly expect that their forests and woodlands offer at least the same benefits and opportunities as we enjoy today. This guideline focuses on the interaction with soil. Wood Properties and Uses of Scots Pine in Britain.