Last edited by Vudolmaran
Monday, August 10, 2020 | History

3 edition of Fire Damage & Forest Regeneration in Ghana (Oda Forestry Series,) found in the catalog.

Fire Damage & Forest Regeneration in Ghana (Oda Forestry Series,)

W. Hawthorne

Fire Damage & Forest Regeneration in Ghana (Oda Forestry Series,)

by W. Hawthorne

  • 69 Want to read
  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Hyperion Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Natural Resources,
  • Nature / Field Guide Books

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages53
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11364268M
    ISBN 100902500538
    ISBN 109780902500532
    OCLC/WorldCa31609509

    Aided by drought, severe weather conditions, dry fuels, and steep topography, the fire grew to more than , hectares of mostly public forest land. Known as the Biscuit Fire, it was Oregon’s largest forest fire in more than years and one of the largest wildfires on record in the United States. Fire and Forest Ecology. Fire has long been an essential and natural force that has influenced the ecosystems of the Sierra Nevada. Natural and vital ecological functions such as plant regeneration, soil function, nutrient cycling, habitat revitalization, disease control, predator prey dynamics, biological diversity, and vegetation development are shaped by a natural fire regime.

    Regeneration is adequate in both thicket and forest to maintain the vegetation in a steady-state, although during the study period, seedling mortality exceeded recruitment. Species of closed canopy dry forest showed good stocking in all size classes; some gap-exploiting species were deficient in the small size classes or showed a highly. State of Forest Genetic Resources in Ghana Prepared for The sub- regional workshop FAO/IPGRI/ICRAF on the conservation, management, sustainable utilization and enhancement of forest genetic resources in Sahelian and North-Sudanian Africa (Ouagadougou, Burkina .

    Download New Growth Forest Fire Stock Photos for FREE or amazingly low rates! New users enjoy 60% OFF. ,, stock photos online. Forest damage can be caused by various abiotic 10 and biotic 11 agents. Damage caused by diseases or other damaging agents to individual trees is normal in forests, but if biotic agents succeed in spreading over large areas, forest damage is considered to have occurred.


Share this book
You might also like
Bandit Lawman (Audiofy Digital Audiobook Chips)

Bandit Lawman (Audiofy Digital Audiobook Chips)

Death by love

Death by love

Pretty Pennie

Pretty Pennie

method of estimating loose zone extent around mine openings for support assessment

method of estimating loose zone extent around mine openings for support assessment

The effect of the crowd, coaches, and team members on the self-conceptualization process of basketball officiating ability

The effect of the crowd, coaches, and team members on the self-conceptualization process of basketball officiating ability

The 2000 Import and Export Market for Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Edible Meat Offals in Spain (World Trade Report)

The 2000 Import and Export Market for Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Edible Meat Offals in Spain (World Trade Report)

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Business register.

Business register.

Mohawk Valley Snell family in the eighteenth century

Mohawk Valley Snell family in the eighteenth century

Plunder

Plunder

English political philosophy from Hobbes to Maine

English political philosophy from Hobbes to Maine

They are feminists!

They are feminists!

Bookmark Be Kind to One Another

Bookmark Be Kind to One Another

The John Wesley Great Experiment

The John Wesley Great Experiment

Fire Damage & Forest Regeneration in Ghana (Oda Forestry Series,) by W. Hawthorne Download PDF EPUB FB2

Since the drought of Fire Damage & Forest Regeneration in Ghana book, fire has caused widespread damage in Ghana. Its influence on forest communities is examined on the basis of temporary sample plot inventory results and from a finer detailed regeneration study.

Pattern of tree species abundance in burnt and unburnt areas is discussed in relation to natural regeneration, susceptibility to fire damage, logging, and the effects of Cited by: Fire Damage and Forest Regeneration in Ghana: Forestry Inventory and Management Project of the Ghana Forestry Department (ODA forestry series) by William Hawthorne | 1 Jan Unknown Binding.

1Hawthorne, W. D., Fire Damage and Forest Regeneration in Ghana, Forestry Inventory and Management Project of the Ghana Forestry Department, ODA Forestry Series No.

4, 2 Hawthorne, W. D., pg. This Forest Fire Prevention Communication Plan is File Size: KB. The present work aimed to study the impact of forest fire on regeneration and diversity in Achanakmar- Amarkantak Biosphere Reserve.

For the study four sites were selected each of these sites pre. If hot enough, it can damage roots and kill trees. An under-story fire is of medium intensity in terms of flame lengths and heat release. A crown fire moves through the tops of the trees, and usually kills all the trees in the stand.

The survival and regeneration of certain species depend on the intensity of the Size: 1MB. The results described are of the effects of fire exclusion since on a small area of savanna dose to the forest-zone boundary, on the northern Accra Plains, Ghana.

The potential commercial value of the land lost to human-caused fire cannot be calculated: aside from the loss of timber, the damage is inestimable in terms of land rendered useless by ensuing soil erosion, elimination of wildlife cover and forage, and the loss of water reserves collected by a.

In fact, fire is a natural part of the forest’s regeneration system. Most forest trees need to be exposed to fire every 50 to years to invigorate new growth. As we found out in Yellowstone National Park nearly 20 years ago, suppressing forest fires too long can actually be detrimental to forests.

many parts of Ghana (EPA ) makes fire a relevant factor in forest and agricultural planning in a wide range of forest locations in Ghana.

In recent decades, reducing fire risk has been one of the issues at the heart of national and international focus on mitigation and adaptation strategies to File Size: KB. Key words: forest fire, causes, fire frequency, management, prevention, pre-suppression, suppression (FAO ).

Concerns regarding forest fires have stimulated Ghana to adopt a comprehensive fire management strategy emphasizing a community-based approach (MLFM ), permitting stakeholders to participate in the use and manage-ment of : Sandra Opoku Agyemang, Michael Muller, Victor Rex Barnes.

Introduction. Ghana is located in West Africa along the coast of Gulf of Guinea. It has a total land area ofkm has about 27 million people according () National Population and Housing Census and has a population growth rate of % per annum and has an average life expectancy of Cited by: 2.

International Union of Forest Research Organizations. (, April 21). Damage To Forests From Climate Change Could Cost The Planet Its Major Keeper Of Greenhouse Gases, Study Warns. ScienceDaily. The study investigated the effect of forest fires and clearing of fire-destroyed stands on pedoecological conditions of forest regeneration in the Middle Ob pine forests.

The study revealed that K content was elevated, pH changed to more neutral, and humus content (detritus) decreased in the upper layer of sod-podzolic soil. After clearing, the temperature of the upper soil layers increased Author: Yu.

Il’ichev, L. Ignat’ev, S. Artymuk. Ghana Journal of Geography Vol. 7(2), INTRODUCTION Fire is a paradox – it can kill plants and animals and cause extensive ecological damage, but it is also the source of forest regeneration and of nutrient recycling (Rowell and Moore, ).

In mostAuthor: Enock Akwasi Kosoe, Prince Osei-Wusu Adjei, William Oduro. But from a local farmer's perspective, fire may also be the most economical tool to do the job.

And even an ecologist would argue that fire is a natural factor in the savannah and dry forest. The Plateau Forest of the Okomu Forest Reserve (Contd.)’, J.

E –; 44, 83– Google Scholar Kapos, V.:‘Effects of Isolation on the Water Status of Forest Patches in the Brazilian Amazon’, J. by: The main objective of this scheme to control forest fires and strengthen the forest protection in Tamilnadu. The works like fireline clearing, assistance to Joint Forest Management committees, creating water bodies, purchase of vehicles and communication equipments, purchase of fire fighting tools, etc., are being undertaken.

are extremely prone to severe fire damage. Research from Amazon is only just beginning to show us how long-lasting damage from fire can be on the tropical forest ecosystems.

Fire has played, and will continue to play, a major role in shaping forest ecosystems throughout the world. The inter-relationship between humans, fire and forests is a. ASPRS Annual Conference Reno, Nevada MayPOST-FIRE REGENERATION ASSESSMENT IN YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK Mindy Syfert, Team leader Jacqueline Rudy, Team member Lindsey Anderson, Team member Casey Cleve, Team member Jeffery Jenkins, Team member J.W.

Skiles, Science advisor Cindy Schmidt, Science advisor DEVELOP Program. effects of fire on woody plant structure and com-position in isolation from herbivory impacts, which often complicates the interpretation of the results of most experiments on fire in savannas.

MATERIALS AND METHODS Study area Mole National Park is situated in northern Ghana between 9º 12' - 10º 06' North and 1º 25' - 2º 17'Cited by: 2. Fire as a management tool. A million years ago early humans began to utilise fire and for the last years modern humans have used veldfires for hunting and for managing their environment.

Today, fire is still employed in the management of veld and forest, to control grazing and habitats, and as a tool in the prevention of uncontrolled fires.Forest fires are one of the issues to be discussed at the XII World Forestry Congress which will gather in Quebec City, Canada, from 21 to 28 Septembermore than 3 foresters from over countries.

A burning issue "This year's fire season has been one of the worst in recent history, in terms of loss of human life and damage to.clothed in temperate rain-forest (Fig. 1A). With a few exceptions, New Zealand tree species are killed by fire ; they neither resprout from lignotubers or epicormic buds, nor benefit by post-fire seedling establishment from buried or shed seeds.

When fire does occur in these forests the original vegetation is destroyed, and a prolonged.