By E. L. Gilman (auth.), William Streever (eds.)
Bill Streever, writer of Bringing again the Wetlands and diverse technical articles approximately wetland recovery and production, labored for 2 years to collect this number of papers. Authors starting from deepest landowners to executive managers to scientists current local overviews, case stories, and discussions of assorted matters. nearby overviews disguise components as small because the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands to components as huge as Australia and Africa. Case stories variety from fairly small initiatives, resembling rehabilitation of wear because of wheel ruts within the excessive arctic, to a lot better initiatives, reminiscent of makes an attempt to rehabilitate hundreds of thousands of hectares of Northern Territory wetlands in Australia. Seedbank ecology, economics, distant sensing, neighborhood involvement, the function of the wetland consulting undefined, and different concerns are mentioned. to be able to synthesize info from world wide, pleasure Zedler provides a version that permits comparability of tasks and should bring about larger predictability of venture results. In An InternationalPerspective on Wetland Rehabilitation, authors describe planting, engineered constructions, prescribed flooding, excavation, and different rehabilitation equipment, from Israel to New Zealand to the Netherlands and in other places. For the 1st time, one quantity bargains an impact of the value and variety of the sector of wetland rehabilitation round the globe.
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5. Institutional Setting Responsibility for implementation of the Rehabilitation of Mangrove Forest Project lies with the provincial Departments of Agriculture and Rural Development of Ca Mau and Soc Trang provinces, which oversee the state ForesUFisheries Enterprises in Ca Mau and the Forest Protection and Management Boards in Soc Trang. These organizations enter into contracts with farmer groups that carry out most of the field rehabilitation activities. The project is executed by a team of staff from national and regional organizations that include the southern Forest Inventory and Planning Institute, the Research Institute of Aquaculture, the Departments of Agriculture and Rural Development, the University of Thu Duc, and the University of Can Tho.
Master Plan for the Mekong Delta in Vietnam . World Bank/UNDP. D. T. White2 1Center of Excellence in Coastal Resources Management Silliman University 6200 Dumaguete City, Philippines. , 5th Floor CIFC Tower North Reclamation Area, 6000 Cebu City, Philippines. 1. Introduction Mangrove forest cover in the Philippines has substantially declined in recent years primarily due to logging and conversion to fish ponds, and, more recently, to pollution and reclamation. From about 500,000 ha in the 1920s, only about 120,500 ha remained in 1994 (Forest Management Bureau 1996).
Annual Progress Report. Cebu City, Philippines. Coastal Environment Program-Department of Environment and Natural Resources Region 7. 1995. CEP Dossier. Department of Environment and Natural Resources Region 7- Ecosystem Research and Development ServiceCoastal Environment Program, Banilad, Mandaue City, Philippines. D. and AT White. 1997. Mangrove Resource Decline in the Philippines: Government and Community Look for New Solutions. Intercoast Network. Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, Rhode Island, USA.
An International Perspective on Wetland Rehabilitation by E. L. Gilman (auth.), William Streever (eds.)