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According to a new study by a team of researchers from the University of Cambridge, University of East Anglia and the Peruvian Ministry of...

Date
September 2017
Authors
Stephanie Cole
Abstract

The outbreak of the pine moth (Dendrolimus pint L.) in pine stands (Pinus silvestris L.) occurring from 2013 to 2015 in the eastern parts of Lower Saxony shows the time and area related consequences of officially restrictions for practical aerial application of pesticides. Untreated areas and edges...

Authors
Habermann, M.
Publisher
Eugen Ulmer KG
Publication
Journal für Kulturpflanzen, 2017, 69, 8, pp 249-254
Abstract

Molecular pathology of forest trees lagged behind the studies on agricultural crop pathology for a long time. The advances of high-throughput sequencing technologies have significantly contributed to the study on molecular pathology of forest trees. Since 2006, the completion of genome sequences of...

Authors
Xu YuanYuan; Yu HanBing; Wu FeiHua; Wu XiaoMei
Publisher
Editorial Office of China Biotechnology
Publication
China Biotechnology, 2017, 37, 6, pp 114-123
Abstract

The Great Spotted Woodpecker provides important information about the status of a forest in terms of structure and age. As a primary cavity creator, it provides small-medium size cavities for passerines. However, despite its interest as an ecosystem engineer, studies of this species in Africa are...

Authors
Segura, A.
Publisher
Elsevier Masson
Publication
Acta Oecologica, 2017, 83, pp 22-28
Event

12 October 2017 - Paris

Venue
Paris
Country
France
Contact
Roland Schreiber
Contact Details
Bavarian State Institute of Forestry, Hans-Carl-von-Carlowitz-Platz 1, D-85354 Freising
Tel
+49-(0)8161-715123
Fax
+49-(0)8161-715132
Miscellaneous

The aim of this survey was to deliver a nutrient composition survey of commonly consumed fruit and vegetables, with a focus on fibre measured by the Association of Official Analytical Chemists (AOAC) method. The Carbohydrates and Health report from the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition...

Authors
Roe, M.; Pinchen, H.; Church, S.; Finglas, P.
Publisher
Public Health England
Publication
Nutrient analysis survey of fresh and processed fruit and vegetables with respect to fibre. Analytical report, 2017, pp 94 pp.
CAB ReviewFull Text

Variants of Indigenous forest management reflect distinct historical and political-economic contexts. Indigenous forest management was largely unrecorded in the colonial period and, in the present, can range from industrial to ecosystem-based forest management, autonomous management and rentier...

Date
May 2017
Subjects
forest management; forest policy; forests; indigenous people; land use; non-wood forest products; tenure systems; wood products
Authors
Bulkan, J.
AbstractFull Text

The technical potential of mechanical stabilization to improve soils for the construction of forest roads was evaluated in laboratory, where compaction and particle-size correction tests were applied for fine soil, course soil and mixture soil fine-gravel samples. Soil samples were collected in the...

Authors
Pereira, R. S.; Emmert, F.; Miguel, E. P.; Mota, F. C. M.; Rezende, A. V.; Leal, F. A.
Publisher
Mato Grosso Federal University
Publication
Nativa: Pesquisas Agrárias e Ambientais, 2017, 5, 3, pp 212-217

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