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Options for silviculture and management of the mixed dipterocarp forest of Sarawak

W. B. J. Jonkers

Options for silviculture and management of the mixed dipterocarp forest of Sarawak

by W. B. J. Jonkers

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Published by Forest Dept. in Kuching, [Sarawak] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry -- Malaysia -- Sarawak -- Management.,
  • Forest thinning.,
  • Dipterocarpaceae.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementW.B.J. Jonkers.
    SeriesWorking paper / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations -- 11., Working paper (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) -- no. 11.
    ContributionsForestry Development Project Sarawak., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations., United Nations Development Programme.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 117 leaves :
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14343814M

    Part IV Silviculture in (Semi-)Natural Humid Forests 12 The Ecology, Silviculture, and Use of Tropical Wet Forests with Special Emphasis on Timber Rich Types (Review) .. Mark S. Ashton and Jefferson S. Hall 13 Sustainable Forest Management for Mixed-Dipterocarp Forests. In the north, they are a common element in evergreen and mixed deciduous forest and may be dominant in dry forests. What’s more, a number of others that don’t grow here, such as the well-known meranti (Shorea curtisii), are major components of the tropical rain forests of .

    Ultisols of Lowland Dipterocarp Forest in East Kalimantan, Indonesia III. Clay Minerals, Free Oxides, and Exchangeable Cations Seiichi Ohta 1, Syarif Effendi*, Nagaharu Tanaka, and Satoru Miura Forestry and Forest Products Research bTstitute, Kukizaki-cho, Inashiki-gun. Lowland dipterocarp forest: This occurs up to an elevation of m. Together with hill dipterocarp forest, it constitutes the main forest type in Malaysia. Primary lowland dipterocarp forest consists of dominant and co-dominant strata reaching 45m in height with emergent trees reaching 60m in height.

    Financial assessment of reduced impact logging techniques in Sabah, Malaysia.   Planned harvesting in the mixed dipterocarp forest of Sarawak the road network: a technical manual to the government of Malaysia Published by Forest Dept. in Kuching, [Sarawak]. Written in EnglishPages:


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Options for silviculture and management of the mixed dipterocarp forest of Sarawak by W. B. J. Jonkers Download PDF EPUB FB2

Options for silviculture and management of the mixed dipterocarp forest of Sarawak (Working paper / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) [Jonkers, W. J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Options for silviculture and management of the mixed dipterocarp forest of Sarawak (Working paper / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Author: W.

J Jonkers. SILVICULTURAL MANAGEMENT OPTIONS IN THE MIXED DIPTEROCARP FORESTS OF SARAWAK HUA SENG LEE MARCH A substantial essay submitted in partial fulfilment of requirements for the degree of Master of Science (Forest Management) by Coursework of the Australian National UniversityCited by: 5.

Silvicultural management options in the mixed dipterocarp forests of Sarawak. Download ( MB). link to publisher version. Statistics; Export Reference to BibTeX; Export Reference to EndNote XMLCited by: 5. for other forest types. Keywords: Malesia, mixed dipterocarp forests, reduced-impact logging (RIL), sustainable forest management, silviculture, East Kalimantan, habitat conservation, Tebang Pilih Tanam Indonesia (TPTI) INTRODUCTION Selective logging is a common production system in mixed tropical forests.

The densities of commercial timber species. In facing environmental changes, mixed-species forests are considered as one of the most important measures of climate-adopted forest management in many places of the world. According to many studies, a mixed-species forest seems to be more resistant and.

Abstract. Mixed dipterocarp forests (MDF) were one of the most timber productive forests in the world. The forest region is named after the dominant canopy tree family Dipterocarpaceae within which two major genera (Dipterocarpus, Shorea) usually represent a disproportionate amount of the basal ed with Latin America and Africa, MDF have much higher standing volumes of Cited by: 2.

Silviculture and Forest Management - (KK) Liberation thinning. A tool in the management of mixed dipterocarp forest in Sarawak. Author(s): Hutchinson, I. Creating a My CABI account lets you personalise CAB Direct and manage your saved searches and : I. Hutchinson. 13 Sustainable Forest Management for Mixed-Dipterocarp Forests (AU4 Ashton et al.

a, b), the gaps created by these events are smaller with trees that die standing creating minimal. The forest takes its name from the plant family Dipterocarpaceae, which dominates the forests and is known for being among the most complex ecosystem on earth.

Lowland Association. This forest type is composed of low density mixed Dipterocarp found in the low terrain of Labi hills, Ladan hills, Andulau Forest Reserve, and Temburong forests.

Silvicultural Systems for Managing Ponderosa Pine1 Andrew Youngblood2 Abstract Silviculturists have primarily relied on classical even-aged silvicultural systems (the planned series of treatments for tending, harvesting, and re-establishing a stand) for ponderosa pine, with Cited by: 7.

Lee, H.S. Silvicultural Management Options In The Mixed Dipterocarp Forest Of Sarawak Australian National University Unpublished Abang Abdul Hamid Insect Pests Of Plantation Species In Sarawak Paper to 8th Malaysian Forestry Conference Aug Sandakan Forest Department Sabah Malaysia.

Mixed forest management 9 Mixed forest types and covers 11 Synopsis 25 2 Environmental conditions and site aspects 17 J.J.

Gardiner (ed.) Changing forests, management, and growing conditions /./. Gardiner 17 Research papers: Definitions and classifications Definition and classification of mixed forests, with a special.

Options for silviculture and management of the mixed dipterocarp forest of Sarawak. Project FAO/MAL/76/ working paper Project FAO/MAL/76/ working paper Forest Department, Kuching, Malaysia.

In addition to that, dipterocarp trees take a VERY long time to grow to maturity. In fact, it takes on average, about years for a dipterocarp to attain a canopy height of 30 m and 60 cm trunk is based on long term observation work at FRIM (Forest Research Institute of Malaysia) and in jungle study plots.

Chapter 5. Seedling Ecology of Mixed-Dipterocarp Forest M.S. Ashton Chapter 6. Root Symbiosis and Nutrition S.S. Lee Chapter 7. Pests and Diseases of Dipterocarpaceae C. Elouard Chapter 8. Management of Natural Forests S.

Appanah Chapter 9. Plantations G. Weinland Chapter Non-Timber Forest Products from Dipterocarps M.P. Shiva & I. Jantan. Forestry Development Project Sarawak. Hill forest silviculture for Sarawak.

Field Document no. FAO, Rome. FO:MAL/76/ Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Forestry Development Project Sarawak. Approach adopted to define interim guidelines for silviculture and management of mixed dipterocarp forest in Sarawak.

In the s, the Forest Department Sarawak and the UNDP/FAO project established four large-scale silvicultural treatment experiments in the Bintulu-Miri region, Sarawak, Malaysia (Jonkers, ). The experimental sites are lowland Mixed Dipterocarp Forest.

The topography is characterised by moderately dissected hills of low by: Undisturbed Mixed Dipterocarp Forest (Pinungan) 16 Logged-over Mixed Dipterocarp Forest (Dorod Spolup) 18 Kerangas and Alluvial Forest (Dorod Po Aup) 19 A 20 Analys 22 Analysis of Diameter Classes among Undisturbed MixedFile Size: 1MB.

Appanah, S. and Salleh Mohd. Nor., Natural regeneration and its implications for forest management in the dipterocarp forests of Peninsular Malaysia. In A. Gómez-Pompa, T.C. Whitmore and M. Hadley (eds.), Rain Forest Regeneration and by: The sustainable management of areas of logged-over tropical forests requires an understanding of the potential yield from the forest and likely financial performance of the management system.

This paper describes an analytical approach that involves the linkage of a simulation model of forest growth and yield to a financial model based on data Cited by:. 3 Growth patterns of dipterocarps in treated and Options for silviculture and management of.

the Mixed Studies of timber growth and mortality in the Mixed Dipterocarp Forest of Sarawak.A monograph of Dipterocarpaceae and an ecological study of mixed dipterocarp virgin forests in Brunei have already been published (ASHTON, a, b). However, little is known about secondary forests.

The Proposed Plantation Area (PP A) is a typical secondary forest caused by logging and has to be investigated in detail.Dipterocarp forests are far from uniform across Borneo.

Depending on altitude, the diversity of plants varies and so does their overall appearance. In areas below metres, lowland dipterocarp forests often contain many trees from the legume family and massive strangler fig plants.