clearcutting

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clearcutting

(ˈklɪəˌkʌtɪŋ)
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the act of felling all trees in area
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Descriptions of conventional methods of biomass assessment, features of biomass restoration after clearfelling by succession or silviculture in various tropical forest types, and the effects of exposing peats and the various ways of utilising peat biomass are supported by tables and diagrams which are not easy to read, comprehend or to relate to the text.
Ough K and Ross J (1992) Floristics, fire and clearfelling in wet forests of the Central Highlands, Victoria.
Other clearfelling - implemented under fellings IIA, IIAK, IIAU, IIAUK, IIB, IIBK, IIBU, IIBUK, IIC, IICK, IICU, IICUK, IID, IIDK, IIDU, IIDUK, IIIB, IIIBK, IIIBU, IIIBUK, IVA , Ivak, Ivau, IVAUK, IVB, IVBK, IVBU, IVBUK, IVC, IVCK, IVCU, IVCUK, IVD, IVDK, IVDU, IVDUK, V, VK 16,753.
They cover a tale of two forests, Indians and pioneers in the pines, a special tree, forests born of fire, crusaders against fire, advocates for burning, logging legacy from clearfelling to clear cutting, loving the forests to death, forests under siege from megafire to bark beetles, whether it is too late for restoration, protecting a home and its forest, and the future.
The effects of clearfelling or tropical rainforest and establishment of pasture in the Central Amazon.
Extinction and recolonization on lek populations in relation to clearfelling and fragmentation of old forest.
Luizao RCC, Bonde TA, Rosswall TA (1992) Seasonal variation of soil microbial biomass -the effects of clearfelling a tropical rainforest and establishment of pasture in the central Amazon.
Ireland:It has also sent a final warning (reasoned opinion) to Ireland over the absence of proper provision for decision-making on land-use and other plans that affect Natura 2000 sites, weak provisions on enforcement where damage is caused to protected habitats through illegal actions, and lack of proper provision for ensuring that clearfelling and replanting of regularly exploited forests does not adversely affect sensitive species such as the endangered Freshwater Pearl Mussel.
Ireland: It has also sent a final warning (reasoned opinion) to Ireland over the absence of proper provision for decision-making on land-use and other plans that affect Natura 2000 sites, weak provisions on enforcement where damage is caused to protected habitats through illegal actions, and lack of proper provision for ensuring that clearfelling and replanting of regularly exploited forests does not adversely affect sensitive species such as the endangered Freshwater Pearl Mussel.
The claim that clearfelling will end in 80% of Tasmania's old growth forests--by leaving 'patches' of old trees--is a furphy.
A 1995 report by the World Wide Fund for Nature observes that "Indonesia is perhaps the only country where the planned expansion of the pulp and paper industry openly involves the clearfelling of substantial areas of rainforest.