Op werkdagen voor 23:00 besteld, morgen in huis Gratis verzending vanaf €20

Encyclopedia of Forest Sciences

Paperback Engels 2004 9780121451608
Verwachte levertijd ongeveer 8 werkdagen


A combination of broad disciplinary coverage and scientific excellence, the Encyclopedia of Forest Sciences will be an indispensable addition to the library of anyone interested in forests, forestry and forest sciences. Packed with valuable insights from experts all over the world, this remarkable set not only summarizes recent advances in forest science techniques, but also thoroughly covers the basic information vital to comprehensive understanding of the important elements of forestry.

The Encyclopedia of Forest Sciences also covers relevant biology and ecology, different types of forestry (e.g. tropical forestry and dryland forestry), scientific names of trees and shrubs, and the applied, economic, and social aspects of forest management. Valuable key features further enhance the utility of this Encyclopedia as an exceptional reference tool.

Also available online via ScienceDirect – featuring extensive browsing, searching, and internal cross-referencing between articles in the work, plus dynamic linking to journal articles and abstract databases, making navigation flexible and easy. For more information, pricing options and availability visit www.info.sciencedirect.com.




Wees de eerste die een lezersrecensie schrijft!


Aquatic Habitats in Forest Ecosystems<br>Biological Impacts of Deforestation and Fragmentation<br>Breeding and Genetic Resources of Scots Pine<br>Breeding Theory and Genetic Testing<br>Causes of Deforestation and Forest Fragmentation<br>Conifer Breeding and Genetic Resources<br>Cytogenetics of Forest Tree Species<br>Disease and Pest Resistance Breeding<br>Economic Returns from Tree Breeding<br>Endangered Species of Trees<br>Entomology: Bark Beetles<br>Entomology: Foliage Feeders<br>Entomology: Sapsuckers<br>Eucalyptus Improvement and Culture<br>Forest Canopies<br>Forest Ecosystems: Acacias<br>Forest Ecosystems: Alders, Birches and Willows<br>Forest Ecosystems: Bamboos, Palms and Rattans (Arecaceae and Poaceae)<br>Forest Ecosystems: Bombacaceae<br>Forest Ecosystems: Combretaceae<br>Forest Ecosystems: Dipterocarps<br>Forest Ecosystems: Eucalypts<br>Forest Ecosystems: Fagaceae (Oaks, Beeches, Hickories and Nothofagus)<br>Forest Ecosystems: Ficus spp. (and other important Moraceae)<br>Forest Ecosystems: Juglandaceae (Hickories)<br>Forest Ecosystems: Lauraceae<br>Forest Ecosystems: Lecythidaceae<br>Forest Ecosystems: Mangroves<br>Forest Ecosystems: Myristicaceae<br>Forest Ecosystems: Pines<br>Forest Ecosystems: Poplars<br>Forest Ecosystems: Southern Hemisphere Conifers<br>Forest Ecosystems: Spruces, Firs and Larches<br>Forest Ecosystems: Swietenia (American mahogany)<br>Forest Ecosystems: Swietenia (American mahogany)<br>Forest Ecosystems: Teak and Related Verbenaceae<br>Forest Ecosystems: Woody Legumes (excluding Acacias)<br>Forest Environment: Carbon Cycle<br>Forest Environment: Environmental Impacts<br>Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding: Current and Future Signposts<br>Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding: Quantitative Genetic Principles<br>Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding Overview: History<br>Forest Health: Biochemical and Physiological Aspects<br>Forest Health: Diagnosis, Monitoring and Evaluation<br>Forest Landscape: Cultural Values and Perceptions of Forests by Indigenous Communities<br>Forest Landscape: Perceptions of Forest Landscapes<br>Forest Landscape: Visual Analysis of Forest Landscapes<br>Forest Landscape: Visual Resource Management Approaches<br>Forest Management for Conservation<br>Forest Operations: Ergonomics<br>Forest Operations: Forest Operations in the Tropics/Reduced Impact Logging<br>Forest Operations: Forest Operations Management<br>Forest Operations: Forest Operations under Mountainous Conditions<br>Forest Operations: Harvesting of Thinnings<br>Forest Operations: Logistics in Forest Operations<br>Forest Operations: Nursery Operations<br>Forest Operations: Roading and Transport Operations<br>Forest Operations: Small-scale Forestry<br>Forest Operations: Wood Delivery<br>Forest Pathology: Diseases of Forest Trees<br>Forest Pathology: Heart Rot and Wood Decay<br>Forest Pathology: Insect Associated Diseases<br>Forest Pathology: Leaf and Needle Diseases<br>Forest Pathology: Phytophthora Root Rot of Forest Trees<br>Forest Pathology: Pine Wilt and the Pine Wood Nematode<br>Forest Pathology: Root and Butt Rot Diseases<br>Forest Pathology: Rust Diseases<br>Forest Pathology: Stem Canker Diseases<br>Forest Pathology: Tree Disease in Exotic Plantation Industry<br>Forest Pathology: Vascular Wilt Diseases<br>Forest Planning and Design: Forest Amenity Planning Approaches<br>Forest Planning and Design: Public Participation in Community Forestry in the Tropics<br>Forest Planning and Design: The Role of Visualisation in Forest Planning<br>Forest Plant Diversity<br>Forest Products: Adhesion and Adhesives<br>Forest Products: Biological Deterioration of Wood<br>Forest Products: Biological Improvement of Wood Properties<br>Forest Products: Chemical Modification of Wood<br>Forest Products: Chemical Properties of Wood<br>Forest Products: Chemicals from Wood<br>Forest Products: Dendrochronology<br>Forest Products: Dendrochronology<br>Forest Products: Effect of Growth Conditions on Wood Properties<br>Forest Products: Energy from Wood<br>Forest Products: Environmental Aspects of Using Wood Compared to Other Building Materials<br>Forest Products: Formation and Structure of Wood<br>Forest Products: Glued Structural Members<br>Forest Products: International Trade in Wood Products<br>Forest Products: Lumber Production, Properties and Uses<br>Forest Products: Mechanical Properties of Wood<br>Forest Products: Physical Properties of Wood<br>Forest Products: Protection of Wood against Biodeterioration<br>Forest Products: Protection of Wood from Fire<br>Forest Products: Solid Wood Recycling and Recycled Products<br>Forest Products: Structural Use of Wood<br>Forest Products: Timbers, Poles and Ties<br>Forest Products: Wood Drying<br>Forest Products: Wood Finishing<br>Forest Products: Wood Machining<br>Forest Products: Wood-based Composites and Panel Products<br>Forest Recreation: Inventory, Monitoring and Management - Concepts, Approaches and Methods<br>Forest Recreation: User Needs and Preferences<br>Forests, Tree Physiology and Climate<br>Genecological/Adaptational Genetics<br>Genetic Aspects of Air Pollution and Climate Change<br>Genetic Systems of Forest Trees<br>Genetics and Improvement of Wood Properties<br>Genetics of Pinus Radiata<br>History: History and Overview of Wood Use<br>History: Paper and Papermaking<br>Human Influences on Forest Wildlife<br>Hydrology: Forest Hydrological Cycle<br>Hydrology: Forests and Snow and Avalanche Control<br>Hydrology: Forests and Soil Erosion Control<br>Hydrology: Forests and Streamflow<br>Hydrology: Forests and Water Quality<br>Hydrology: Hydrological Impacts of Forest Management<br>Hydrology: Hydrology of Forest Plantations<br>Impacts of Air Pollution on Forest Ecosystems<br>Impacts of Elevated CO2 and Climate Change on Forest Systems<br>Integrated Pest Management: Practical Implementation in Temperate and Tropical Forests<br>Integrated Pest Management: Principles in Temperate and Tropical Forests<br>Inventory: Biodiversity in Forests<br>Inventory: Biometric Research<br>Inventory: Design, Performance and Evaluation of Experiments<br>Inventory: Forest Change<br>Inventory: Forest Inventory and Monitoring<br>Inventory: Forest Measurements<br>Inventory: Forest Resources<br>Inventory: GIS and Remote Sensing<br>Inventory: Large-scale Forest Inventory and Scenario Modeling<br>Inventory: Mensuration - Growth and Yield<br>Inventory: Modeling<br>Inventory: Multipurpose Resource Inventories<br>Inventory: Non-timber Forest Resources and Products<br>Inventory: Regional and Global Forest Resource Assessments<br>Inventory: Regional and Global Forest Resource Assessments<br>Inventory: Spatial Information<br>Inventory: Stand Inventories<br>Inventory: Statistical Methods (Mathematics and Computers)<br>Inventory: Timber and Tree Measurements<br>Inventory: Yield Tables, Forecasting, Modelling and Simulation<br>Landscape Ecology - Use and Application in Forestry<br>Landscape Ecology the Concepts<br>Molecular Biology of Forest Trees<br>Natural Disturbance in Forest Environments<br>Nitrogen-fixing Tree Improvement and Culture<br>Non-wood Forest Products: Bamboos and their Role in Ecosystem Rehabilitation<br>Non-wood Forest Products: Cork Oak<br>Non-wood Forest Products: Edible Products from the Forest<br>Non-wood Forest Products: Medicinal and Aromatic Plants - Bioprospecting and Biopartnership<br>Non-wood Forest Products: Medicinal and Aromatic Plants - Ethnobotany and Conservation Status<br>Non-wood Forest Products: Medicinal and Aromatic Plants - Good Sourcing and Manufacturing Practices<br>Non-wood Forest Products: Medicinal Plants and Human Health<br>Non-wood Forest Products: Paper Raw Materials and Paper Technology<br>Non-wood Forest Products: Resin, Latex and Palm Oil<br>Non-wood Forest Products: Rubber Trees<br>Non-wood Forest Products: Seasonal Greenery<br>Non-wood Forest Products: Traditional Chinese Medicine System and Associated Medicinal Plants<br>Non-wood Forest Products: Tribal Medicine and Medicinal Plant-based Knowledge<br>Oak Breeding and Genetic Resources<br>Plant-Animal Interactions in Forest Ecosystems<br>Poplar and Willow Genetics and Breeding<br>Population Dynamics of Forest Insects<br>Population, Conservation and Ecological Genetics<br>Propagation Technology for Forest Trees<br>Pulp and Paper: Bleaching of Pulp<br>Pulp and Paper: Chemical Additives<br>Pulp and Paper: Chemical Pulping<br>Pulp and Paper: Chip Preparation<br>Pulp and Paper: Coating<br>Pulp and Paper: Environmental Control<br>Pulp and Paper: Fiber Resources<br>Pulp and Paper: Mechanical Pulping<br>Pulp and Paper: New Technology<br>Pulp and Paper: Packaging Grades<br>Pulp and Paper: Paper Grades<br>Pulp and Paper: Paper Recycling Science and Technology<br>Pulp and Paper: Paper Recycling Science and Technology<br>Pulp and Paper: Paperboard Grades<br>Pulp and Paper: Papermaking<br>Pulp and Paper: Physical Properties<br>Pulp and Paper: Printing<br>Pulp and Paper: Tissue Grades<br>Pulp and Paper: World Industry Overview<br>Regional Forest Types: Mediteranean Forest Ecosystems<br>Regional Forest Types: Monsoon Forests (Southern and Southeast Asia)<br>Regional Forest Types: Northern Coniferous Forests<br>Regional Forest Types: Southern Coniferous Forests<br>Regional Forest Types: Subalpine and Boreal Forests<br>Regional Forest Types: Temperate Broadleaved Deciduous Forests<br>Regional Forest Types: Tropical Dry Forests<br>Regional Forest Types: Tropical Dry Forests<br>Regional Forest Types: Tropical Moist Forests<br>Regional Forest Types: Tropical Montane Forests<br>Reproductive Ecology of Forest Trees<br>Silviculture: Coppicing<br>Silviculture: Ecology and Silviculture of Tropical Wetland Forests<br>Silviculture: Forest Dynamics<br>Silviculture: Forest Fires (Prediction, Prevention, Preparedness and Suppression)<br>Silviculture: Forest Plantations<br>Silviculture: Forest Rehabilitation<br>Silviculture: Ground Preparation<br>Silviculture: High Pruning<br>Silviculture: Managing for Tropical Non-timber Forest Products<br>Silviculture: Multiple-use Silviculture<br>Silviculture: Natural Regeneration of Tropical Rain Forests<br>Silviculture: Natural Stand Regeneration<br>Silviculture: Reclamation of Mining Lands<br>Silviculture: Rotations<br>Silviculture: Short Rotation Forestry for Biomass Production<br>Silviculture: Silvicultural Systems<br>Silviculture: Silviculture in Mountain Forests<br>Silviculture: Species Choice<br>Silviculture: Stand Density and Stocking in Plantations<br>Silviculture: Stand Establishment, Treatment and Promotion<br>Silviculture: Sustainability of Forest Plantations<br>Silviculture: Tending<br>Silviculture: Tropical Silviculture<br>Silviculture: Unevenaged Silviculture<br>Silviculture: Windbreaks and Shelterbelts<br>Silviculture and Management in Arid and Semi-arid Regions<br>Silviculture in Polluted Areas<br>Social Forestry: Collaborative Management between Forest Industries and Local Communities<br>Social Forestry: Common Property Forest Management<br>Social Forestry: Forest and Tree Tenure and Ownership<br>Social Forestry: Forest Functions<br>Social Forestry: Forest Values<br>Social Forestry: Joint and Collaborative Forest Management<br>Social Forestry: Social and Community Forestry<br>Soils and Site: Forests and Soil Development<br>Soils and Site: Landscape and Soil Classification for Forest Management<br>Soils and Site: Nutrient Cycling<br>Soils and Site: Nutrient Limitations and Fertilization<br>Soils and Site: Soil and its Relationship to Forest Productivity and Health<br>Soils and Site: Soil Biology<br>Soils and Site: Soil Contamination and Amelioration<br>Soils and Site: Soil Organic Matter<br>Soils and Site: The Forest Floor<br>Soils and Site: Tree Roots and their Interaction with Soil<br>Soils and Site: Waste Utilization and Treatment<br>Soils and Site: Water Storage and Movement<br>Southern Pine Breeding and Genetic Resources<br>Sustainable Forest Management<br>Sustainable Forest Management: Certification<br>Tree Physiology: A Whole Tree Perspective<br>Tree Physiology: Canopy Processes<br>Tree Physiology: Mycorrhizae<br>Tree Physiology: Nutrition<br>Tree Physiology: Physiology<br>Tree Physiology: Physiology of Sexual Reproduction in Trees<br>Tree Physiology: Physiology of Vegetative Reproduction<br>Tree Physiology: Root System Physiology<br>Tree Physiology: Seed Physiology<br>Tree Physiology: Shoot Growth and Canopy Development<br>Tree Physiology: Stress<br>Tree Physiology: Xylem Physiology<br>Tropical Hardwoods Breeding and Genetic Resources<br>Tropical Pines Breeding and Genetic Resources<br>Urban Forestry

Managementboek Top 100


Populaire producten



        Encyclopedia of Forest Sciences