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2 edition of Land Use Planning For Forest Harvesting and Environmental Concerns. found in the catalog.

Land Use Planning For Forest Harvesting and Environmental Concerns.

University of Alberta. Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry. Forestry Program.

Land Use Planning For Forest Harvesting and Environmental Concerns.

by University of Alberta. Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry. Forestry Program.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

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SeriesUniversity of Alberta Forestry Program Forest Industry Lecture Series -- 16
ContributionsMarlow, J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21827113M

The Land-use Planning Module has been prepared for people involved in the assessment of forestlands and their economic, social and environmental potential for various land uses. The module provides basic and more detailed information on the importance of land-use planning in forestry and offers guidance on the main activities involved in a land. d) All of the book trout in a hectacre^2 river drainage systems e) A small meadow in the woods and all of the plant and anima species that live there or pass through it. a) All of the organisms and their physical environment in a large tropical rain forest.

Chinese Law of Environmental Impact Assessment obligates the environmental impact assessment on land use planning. It will have a direct impact on regional land use patterns, and then affect the.   In Canada, forest management planning is one of the primary tools used to ensure that the country’s publicly owned forests remain healthy and vibrant and are managed sustainably. Key in this approach is the forest management plan that every forest company must, by law, draw up and have approved by government before any harvesting can begin on.

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