orest management research study in the broadleaf Middle-Hill forest of Nepal
Publisher: Oxford Forestry Institute, Department of Plant Sciences in (Oxford)
Written in English
- Forests and forestry -- Nepal -- Research.,
- Forests and forestry -- Nepal -- Management.
|Statement||by Ian S. Thompson.|
|Series||O.F.I.occasional papers -- no.30|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
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Introduction. Forest management in Asia was largely controlled by the state and its forest service in a centralized (e.g. top-down) approach to implement ‘modern’ scientifically-based forest management during the mid 20th century (Arnold,Guha, ).By the late s and early s, this approach was challenged as it became clear that state control of forest resources was often Cited by: PDF | From p.
"This paper first presents a brief overview of the evolution of community based forest management in Nepal. Impact of the community | Find, read and cite all the research you. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Introduction. Forest biomass is crucial resource for rural livelihoods in Nepal just as it is throughout most of South Asia. Seventy-five percent of energy in Nepal is in the form of fuelwood, which is one of the most commonly harvested products from forests.It is widely agreed that earlier concerns of fuelwood demand leading to a global ‘crisis’ were overstated.Cited by: The research study analyzed the temporal changes in land use land covers and people perception towards the change between and in a typical watershed covering ha.
area including 14 Community Forest, in the Godawari Khola Sub-watershed of Latitpur district of Nepal by using the application of GIS and Remote Sensing.