reafforestation


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reafforestation

[ˈriːəˌfɒrɪsˈteɪʃən] N (Brit) → repoblación f forestal

reafforestation

[ˌriːəfɒrɪˈsteɪʃən] n (mainly British)reboisement m

reafforestation

n (esp Brit) → Wiederaufforstung f
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There is hence need to have regulated, synchronised system of harvesting with clear reafforestation programmes.
Caravaca F, Barea JM, Figueroa D, Roldan A (2002) Assessing the effectiveness of mycorrhizal inoculation and soil compost addition for reafforestation with Olea europaea subsp.
Kostov told the Bulgarian National Radio on Sunday that extinguishing fire on an area of 1 decare cost BGN 500-1000, a helicopter flyover had a price tag of BGN 1000, and reafforestation cost BGN 500-1000, depending on the type of trees.
2008: The reafforestation of Sierra Morena, Jaen (1940-1984).
For the Needwood Reafforestation Act, 1695-96, 7 & 8 William III, c.
Assessing the effectiveness of mycorrhizal inoculation and soil compost addition for enhancing reafforestation with Olea europaea subsp.
It advocates no new coal mines or coal-fired power stations; support for renewables; cradle to grave audits on manufactures; energy efficient public transport; monitoring of livestock emissions; changing land use patterns and reafforestation to improve bio-sequestration.
To start with,' he says, 'we need better management of tropical rainforests and large-scale protection, regeneration and reafforestation programs.