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selection of Australian species for afforestation in West Pakistan

S. M. A. Qadri

selection of Australian species for afforestation in West Pakistan

a rational approach

by S. M. A. Qadri

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture, Govt. of West Pakistan in Lahore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pakistan.,
  • Australia.
    • Subjects:
    • Tree introduction -- Pakistan.,
    • Trees -- Australia.,
    • Afforestation -- Pakistan.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby S. M. A. Qadri.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD235.P2 Q2
      The Physical Object
      Pagination144 p., 5 leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages144
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4529955M
      LC Control Number76930115

      of North West and South West mountains in Pakistan. Moreover, Northern Mountains have lost its natural habitat due to earthquake in Pakistan with a great diversity of flora hosts around vascular plant species due to its varied climatic and edaphic factors. Four . So Pakistan has most of its forests in AJ&K Biodiversity and Protected Areas Pakistan has some known species of amphibians, birds, mammals and reptiles according to figures from the World Conservation Monitoring Centre. Of these, % are endemic, meaning they exist in no other country, and % are threatened. Pakistan is 4.

        Forests cover 31 percent of earth’s land surface and house a majority of the plants and animals found on earth. It is estimated that these diverse ecosystems house 80 percent of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity [1].Rainforests have especially high species density, covering 2 percent of earth’s surface, but housing nearly 50 percent of all plant and animal species [2]. Pakistan - Punjab Forest Sector Development Project (English) Abstract. The assessment of outcome is satisfactory, sustainability likely, with only modest institutional development impacts. Several lessons were drawn from the project, the most outstanding follows. The removal of .

      species, F. gibbosa and C. glauca grew the slowest, with less than m2 of canopy size increase in one year. There were significant differences among species (P = , F = ). Results from DMRT indicate that C. tricuspidata () grew significantly faster than the other three species while there was no difference in growing speed among Size: KB. 2 1. Project Number WWF/Sc/SA (03)/ 2. Project Title Contribution to the Red List of the Plants of Pakistan: Endemic Phanerogams of Gilgit and Baltistan. 3. Project Executant Name Syed Irtifaq Ali Title & Organization Professor of Botany Department of Botany, UniversityFile Size: 1MB.


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Selection of Australian species for afforestation in West Pakistan by S. M. A. Qadri Download PDF EPUB FB2

Selection of Appropriate Planting Methods and Tree Species. for Arid Land Afforestation in Western Australia. HidekiSUGANUMA*1), Toshiaki O MORI1), Nozomi SATO1), Hiroyuki HAMANO2), Nobuhide T AKAHASHI3). Hajime UTSUGI4), Toshinori K OJIMA1) and Koichi Y AMADA2). Abstract: As one of the countermeasures against global warming, afforestation in arid land had been proposed and has been.

The forests of Pakistan reflect great physiographic, climatic and edaphic contrasts in the an is an oblong stretch of land between the Arabian sea and Karakoram mountains, lying diagonally between 24° N and 37° N latitudes and 61° E and 75° E longitudes, and.

Pakistan is an oblong stretch of land. bordered. on the south by the Arabian. Sea to the north by the Himalayan mountains, to the.

east by the plains of India and to the west by the mountains and deserts of Afghanistan and Iran (Figure 1). is located. diagonally between and north. Pakistan is home to some of the world’s most unique forests, including juniper, deodar, oak, chilgoza pine and mangrove forests.

Unfortunately, it is also a country with low forest cover. Reforestation, afforestation and revegetation can sequester significant amounts of carbon per hectare.

These activities as part of a formal emissions reduction program have large up-front costs and onerous permanence obligations, and cessation of income from carbon offsets once carbon equilibrium is reached. Projects on marginal land using for-harvest forestry systems may offer less risk.

Pakistan Crane Center is a conservation center for the captive breeding of common crane and demoiselle crane. It is located west of Kurram River in Lakki Marwat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, kilometres ( mi) south of Peshawar. The center is equipped with a total of 15 circular aviaries as well as an education block for visitors.

Selection of Afforestation Methods for Eucalyptus sargentii. as a Countermeasure to Climate Change and Salinity Problem -A Case Study of Wheat Belt Area in Western Australia - Toshinori K.

OJIMA * 1) 2), Yuji W. AKAMORI. 1), Ken K. OIZUMI. 1), Katsuhiko K. UROSAWA. 1), Masahiro S. AITO. 3) and Hideki S. UGANUMA. The Department of Forestry and Fisheries is responsible for the management of mangrove forests in Pakistan. These forests were declared ‘protected forests’ in under the Pakistan Forest Act ofand water channels were declared ‘wildlife sanctuaries’ in under the Sind Wildlife Protection Ordinace of Cited by: 4.

This review critically evaluates the strategies for selection of salt tolerant woody Australian species for land reclamation. There is evidence that in selecting material to screen, provenances. Rs 35 billion project to make NWFP lush green in Pakistan Inspector-General of Forests Dr Bashir Ahmed Wani said that a gigantic project worth Rs billion has been approved to make the arid and semi-arid areas of NWFP lush green.

application of GIS for the selection of suitable species for afforestation in Caspian forests of Iran. They determined the ecological requirements of 16 species and also topographic and edaphic conditions of the area. They used Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method for weighing different map layers.

Table E Accepted tree species for GPC12 – Forestry for Fibre Species and clones Italian alder Alnus cordata Hybrid aspen Populus tremula x tremuloides Eucalyptus (species) E. glaucescens Where available, use seed collected from Irish stands.

gunnii E. nitens (within 25 km of coast, frost prone, low-lying areas to be avoided) E. rodwayi. Deforestation, clearance, clearcutting or clearing is the removal of a forest or stand of trees from land which is then converted to a non-forest use. Deforestation can involve conversion of forest land to farms, ranches, or urban use.

The most concentrated deforestation occurs in tropical rainforests. About 31% of Earth's land surface is covered by forests. Trends in Forest Tree Seed Germination Research Sanjeev K.

Chauhan, H.V. Srinidhi, R. Sharma, Jagdish Chander and H.S. Saralch Chapter (PDF Available) January with 1, Reads How we. The wildlife of Pakistan comprises a diverse flora and fauna in a wide range of habitats from sea level to high elevation areas in the mountains, including mammal and bird species.

This diverse composition of the country's fauna is associated with its location in the transitional zone between two major zoogeographical regions, the Palearctic, and the Oriental.

Deforesting and reforesting Australia 13 07 A couple of weeks ago we (Andy Lowe and I) did a small interview on ABC television about the current status of Australia forests, followed by a discussion regarding our recently funded Australian Research Council Linkage Project Developing best-practice approaches for restoring forest ecosystems.

Afforestation is a special form of agriculture called silviculture. Afforestation is the commercial planting of trees on land that once had forests e.g. the Highlands of Scotland. Only a few species are grown, they are harvested when they are full grown for timber and making paper.

greater species diversity than a region in which an abundant number of a few species are found. Most of the earth’s species are insects and micro-organisms but only % are known to science.

This is because there is a bias toward describing large organ-isms. In recent years, however, e ff o r ts to study species-rich groups and areas have File Size: 4MB. energy production. On national level a proposal for a rotational afforestation credit fund for farmers and farmers' associations has been worked out in more detail.

Additional information is given in annexes. Annex 1 gives species profiles of trees mentioned in the text and important drought-resistant and multipurpose trees, suitable to plant File Size: 1MB.

The semi evergreen Hill Forests are situated on the north-east and south-east in the districts of Sylhet, Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar and 3 hilly districts – Khagrachhari, Rangamati and Banderbans. On the south-west corner, situated natural mangrove littoral forests known as ‘Sunderbans’ ( ) facing off the Bay of Bengal.

On 4 October Pakistan Environmental Journalists created what you may call first ever visual database of endangered species in Pakistan. Following is the list of endangered species in Pakistan. Mammals † Endemic to Pakistan. Common name Scientific name Image Description.

The markhor is most commonly found inhabiting the high-altitude monsoon forests that litter these areas •Today, despite being the national animal of Pakistan, the markhor is considered to be an endangered species with less than 2, individuals thought to be left in a few remote areas of the Asian mountains.Impact of different tree species on soil phosphorus immediately following grassland afforestation I.

Chirino-Valle1, M. R. Davis2, L.M. Condron1* 1Agriculture and Life Sciences, PO BoxLincoln University, LincolnChristchurch, New by: 4.