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Chemical and Hydro-physical Peat Characteristics under Agricultural Peat Land Management in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia

Andi Salim, Budi Narendra, I Wayan Dharmawan, Pratiwi Pratiwi
2021 Polish Journal of Environmental Studies  
For better peatland management and to prevent more severe environmental losses, knowledge of the impacts on chemical and hydro-physical peat characteristics in a specific area is required.  ...  Otherwise, the peat management has lowered the hydrological function characterized by increasing water level depth, bulk density, reducing the water content and hydraulic conductivity.  ...  Acknowledgments The research was funded by Forest Research and Development Center, Ministry of Environment and Forestry.  ... 
doi:10.15244/pjoes/134541 fatcat:wlkpl4bmlzg6xjjj6j5mluuzuy

Society Affairs

1957 Journal of forestry  
every gallon of the always limited supply of Water With more than one quarter century's experience in building small Fire-fighting pump Units It is a utility pump in that it can be used for Fire Suppression  ...  from booster tank; often used to pump from HPZF 15 200 inaccessible water source into major pumper, (Pictured) 45 100 or to fight fires direct through long lines of (Pictured in action above) : host *  ... 
doi:10.1093/jof/55.11.857 fatcat:rudlejbgivcnzgd3dn37koq6pu

Reference S14. A management guide for invasive plants in southern forests

Edward D. Entsminger
2017 Figshare  
A management guide for invasive plants in southern forests. Asheville, North Carolina: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station. U.S.  ...  Forest Service General Technical Report GTR–SRS–131.  ...  Correct nozzles can greatly improve effectiveness and efficiency. Nozzles consist of a nozzle body, a cap, and a tip with the orifice.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4798012.v1 fatcat:qupljodgjvdohhlnhrskxlwpya

Forestry News

1953 Journal of forestry  
HEN THE FIRST Pacific Pumper was introduced, it was a startling innova- tron To produce an efficient pump light enough to carry by hand into rugged terrain but powerful enough to deliver an effective flow  ...  One 16" Depth of can be draw maintenance costs WEST MONROE STOP THAT FIRE RANGER PAL JR. FIRE PLOW The Ranger f'al Junior fire plow is a hand or hydraulle lift middle buster with coulter and dises.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jof/51.2.147 fatcat:mzegrihknzblfamb2wf6lsknum

Society Affairs

1960 Journal of forestry  
Also now available, is the new BW model for pumping borate. the WX-10 demonstrating its effective fog spray.  ...  It pointed out that publicity of this kind had an adverse effect on efforts to protect the forest. The Section acted on the basis of a report by a committee consisting of Henry I.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jof/58.5.413 fatcat:6m5f477xzjfzbosm3pvvemivoq

The carbon balance of tropical, temperate and boreal forests

1999 Plant, Cell and Environment  
The carbon balance of forests is determined by a number of component processes of carbon acquisition and carbon loss, and a small shift in the magnitude of these processes would have a large impact on  ...  In this paper, we discuss the climatic influences on the carbon dynamics of boreal, temperate and tropical forests by presenting a new synthesis of micrometeorological, ecophysiological and forestry data  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Jon Lloyd, John Grace and Patrick Meir for comments on this manuscript, and Jon Massheder, Mark Rayment, Niro Higuchi and all members of the BIONTE project for provision of data  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1365-3040.1999.00453.x fatcat:uwpttoo5rjcdhjizfg67mgkija

South African Association of Botanists – Annual Meeting 2011

J. Van Staden
2011 South African Journal of Botany  
The colonisation of the continents by land plants over 460 Ma represents one of the most far-reaching chapters in the history of life on Earth.  ...  Short of rocketing into space, it is hard to imagine a bolder or more life-changing step than leaving water for dry land" (Richard Dawkins, 2009). Dawkins has a point.  ...  This may prevent forest trees from surviving savanna fires and therefore determine forest-savanna boundaries. There is no consensus on how trees are actually killed by fire.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sajb.2011.03.003 fatcat:osvovo5m2je5df2jmytladptfa


Dallas New, Brett Elkin, Terry Armstrong, Tasha Epp
2017 Journal of Wildlife Diseases  
duct tape • 10 L water jug (full) • Wash basin • Bottle (3 L) of bleach • Hand-pump pressurized garden sprayer.  ...  The Territorial Forest Fire Centre should be made aware of high-risk areas in order that fire patrol crews may watch for dead animals.  ... 
doi:10.7589/2016-11-257 pmid:28767322 fatcat:lb6y54ifo5g5bhgbgun5te7tta

News of the Field

1942 Journal - American Water Works Association  
—The effect on ade- quacy must be considered for such items as frequency and dura- tion of droughts, physical condition of intakes, danger from earth- quakes, floods, forest fires, ice dams and other ice  ...  snow storms, character of poles and wires, character of country tra- versed, effect of forest fires, lightning protection provided, and ease of and facilities for repairs; the use of the same transmission  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.1551-8833.1942.tb17340.x fatcat:6w4uvra2znawnnojjgevyboxri

Society Affairs

1959 Journal of forestry  
Balance and weight for use PROFESSIONAL FORESTER with one hand. Protected blade cuts closex to ground. Circular and For- ester’s Tool Catalog is yours on re- quest.  ...  Use a “FORESTER” or “CONSERVATOR” Planter Complete information on request UTILITY TOOL & BODY CO. Clintonville, Wis. ’ ° Ki,  ... 
doi:10.1093/jof/57.11.860 fatcat:4ijkg42ywfctbfj5f2f5zzpgye

Conservation biology for all

2010 ChoiceReviews  
The fragmented forest: island biogeography theory and the preservation of biotic diversity. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois. Hickey, J. J. (1974).  ...  We thank the co-convener of that meeting, Jennifer Balch, for commenting on this chapter. An Australian Research Council grant (DP0878177) supported this work.  ...  On the other hand, the net effects of large mammal defaunation depends on how the balance of interactions are affected by population declines in both mutualists (e.g. highquality seed dispersers) and herbivores  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.48-2055 fatcat:qwhlin7vk5cqllgqrijinrsmka

test [article]

Lekshmi Priya
2019 Figshare  
One method is to construct a large shallow pond. Hot water is pumped into one end of the pond and cooler water is removed from the other end.  ...  People who live in or near forests know the value of forest resources first hand because their lives and livelihoods depend directly on these resources.  ...  and polluted body of water.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.10451183 fatcat:mbxior6txjgapbjiuvzqh7ikym

Eight- to ten-year effects of pre-commercial thinning on understory biomass and forage of Sitka spruce/western hemlock stands in southeast Alaska

Justin S Crotteau, Annelise Rue-Johns, Jeffrey C Barnard
2019 Canadian Journal of Forest Research  
Design and locate administrative and non-recreation structures to reduce adverse effects on recreation and tourism opportunities. FIRE Fire Suppression: FIRE1 Suppression Action A.  ...  on the resources than the effects of the fire.  ...  There should also be a body of water sufficient to provide a minimum of a 60-lineal-foot facility face.  ... 
doi:10.1139/cjfr-2019-0268 fatcat:jspsto4c7bchjdxxnldg3vgtp4

Environmental Pollution and solution [article]

Shyam Khobraji Gore, Dr. S. K. Gore, Shyam K. Gore
2022 Zenodo  
Our planet faces several environment problems, and many of these seem to be worsening with time, bringing us into a time of a true environmental crisis.  ...  It is therefore becoming increasingly important to raise awareness of the existence of these issues, as well as what can be done to reduce their negative impact.  ...  Acknowledgement I am honored and privileged to edit book on "Environmental Pollution and Solution". This edited book would not have been possible without the contribution of the learned authors.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6673621 fatcat:idg6f5dxcfahrnbmb4whz4vspu

Landscape-level Forest Ecosystem Conservation on Changbai Mountain, China and North Korea (DPRK)

Lina Tang, Aixian Li, Guofan Shao
2011 Mountain Research and Development  
Acknowledgements The authors express their appreciation to many staff members of the Forest Service for the field and laboratory assistance given in generating the data sets upon which this paper is based  ...  Our special thanks go to Alan Nordmeyer, team leader for biomass and nutrition studies, for his energetic involvement, research guidance, and review of the manuscript.  ...  Fire suppression has also allowed understorey hardwoods to survive into size classes that are more resistant to subsequent fires (Harmon 1984) , thus changing the effects of fires of a given intensity  ... 
doi:10.1659/mrd-journal-d-10-00120.1 fatcat:nrenxomi7nexpfzm4waj54wf7e
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