overcutting

overcutting

(ˌəʊvəˈkʌtɪŋ)
n
excessive cutting
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The Hastings bill was a disaster, called by the Lane County Audubon Society "a serious threat to environmental stewardship, public involvement, wildlife conservation, and the rule of law in our national forests." It would have forced overcutting of our national forests, not only in Oregon but also throughout the rest of the 187 million national forest acres owned by the American people.
Deforestation means the loss of forest due to overcutting of trees.
If I felt I was losing control of the cutter and in danger of overcutting a border, I would switch to the 90-degree Dem-Bart veiner.
Maguire, the reigning Northern Ireland Trophy champion, looked the favourite to take the third as he moved into a 43-point lead but again he was punished for overcutting a red to the middle pocket and O'Sullivan cleaned up with a 78 clearance.
Maguire, the reigning Northern Ireland Trophy champion, looked the favourite to take the third as he moved into a 43-point lead, but again he was punished for overcutting a red tothe middle pocket and O'Sullivan cleaned up with a 78 clearance.
Overcutting a forest or overfishing a fishery renders a renewable resource nonrenewable.
Overcutting, overgrazing, mismanagement and bad agricultural practices cause depletion.
Keep the height: Queeley avoids overcutting exotic flowers, which tend to offer great length.
The overgrazing of rangeland, overplowing of cropland, overcutting of trees, and overpumping of aquifers make the land more vulnerable to erosion.
The majority of logging in British Columbia is in old-growth forest, and the Canadian government estimates that the province is overcutting its woods by 20 percent.
The grim economic situation in northern Maine continues--mill closures, importating cheap labor, overcutting the forest at the expense of the future workers, and people driven away to find jobs.
Illegal logging activities include logging in national parks and protected areas; harvesting protected timber species; overcutting and underreporting of timber volume, grade, and species; logging for illegal commercial charcoal and fuelwood production; logging without permits; smuggling; and violating forest laws and restrictions.