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Abstract: Globally, the concentration of atmospheric CO2 is increasing in alarming rate due to anthropogenic activities. The destruction of natural vegetation from different land uses is contributing to the increase of CO2 in the atmosphere and this is resulting in to the current global warming. Rehabilitation strategies on waste lan
Abstract: Implementation of scientific forest management (SciFM) plan is gradually expanding in community forest (CF) of Nepal. Meanwhile insights of CF users regarding the management of CF with implementation of SciFM plan is still unidentified. In this study we used SWOT (Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats) methods in c
Community Forestry (CF) resources possess huge potential for better ecological outcomes to enhance the society’s livelihoods world wise. This is achieved only when a Community Forestry Management Plan (CFMP) is designed and actively operated at the local community level. The outcomes of several researches
Abstract: The study examined the methods applied in the estimation of forest woody biomass and its carbon content according to main tree parameters on the forest stand scale in Omo Biosphere Reserve Southwest, Nigeria and were analysed. Twenty-two (22) sample plots (30m by 30m) of tree species greater than 20cm at DBH and their heigh
Abstract: Wildfires strongly impact Central and Southern Europe. While the Mediterranean basin represents the region most prone to severe fire events, recently Alpine regions experienced an increasing number of summer forest fires. Additionally, current climate projections indicate that the Alps are especially exposed to temperature