1 edition of Forest inventory and reforestation under the Canada Forestry Act, 1952 to 1956. found in the catalog.
Forest inventory and reforestation under the Canada Forestry Act, 1952 to 1956.
1957 by Canada, Dept. of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Foresty Branch in [Ottawa] .
Written in English
|Other titles||Canada Forestry Act, 1952 to 1956.|
|Series||Miscellaneous publication / Canada, Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Forestry Branch ;, no. 9, Miscellaneous publication (Canada. Forstry Service) ;, no. 9.|
|Contributions||Canada. Forestry Branch.|
|LC Classifications||SD387.S86 F65 1957|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||92223551|
Forest Cover Types of the United States and Canada (Eyre & Society of American Foresters) (ref QK F67 ) Contains descriptions and ecological relationships of forest types. For a subset of major forest cover types see The American Forest Type ( Guide to Forestry) (see link below). The Swedish Forestry Act Section 1. The forest is a National resource. It shall be managed in such a way as to provide a valuable yield and at the same time preserve biodiversity. Forest management shall also take into account other public interests. Section 2. For the purposes of this Act, forest .
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Canada’s forest laws are among the strictest in the world. They protect our forests and ensure that sustainable forest management practices are followed across the country.
This means that consumers can 1952 to 1956. book confident that the forest and wood products they buy from Canada were obtained legally and harvested under a system of sustainable forest.
Forestry Act. 1 - Short Title; 2 - Interpretation; 3 - PART I - Development and Research; 4 - PART II - Forest Experimental Areas; Regulations made under this Act. Marginal note: Powers of Minister 5 Subject to any regulations made under section 6, the Minister may, on lands comprised in any Forest Experimental Area or in respect of which the Minister has assumed responsibility under paragraph 3(1)(e), do such acts and construct such works as the Minister considers necessary for forestry research and forest protection and management, including the.
The Act applies to all federal lands in Canada and to all at-risk wildlife species and their critical habitats. Most provinces and territories also have their own species-at-risk legislation.
Industry obligations. Forest industries are also important contributors to sustainable forest management. - Canada's Pacific province of British Columbia completed in the initial phase of its new forest inventory under the Canada Forestry Act, after seven years of field work.
For the first time the province had a reasonably accurate inventory basis upon which to build its sustained yield program. The base estimate of forest area for Canada comes from the National Forest Inventory (NFI) at the source listed above. The estimate of current forest area was calculated by taking the National Forest Inventory baseline estimate at the source above (Table ) and adjusting it for known increases in forest area (afforestation) and known decreases in forest area (deforestation) that occurred.
Two factors in the late ’s were significant in bringing about greatly improved forest renewal management techniques. First, the Canada-British Columbia Forest Resource Development Agreement provided significant funding for forest renewal research and for reforestation of the backlog of areas not satisfactorily restocked.
The Canada Forestry Act was proclaimed in and permitted the federal government to increase its role in forest research and economic development.
Forest inventory is the systematic collection of data and forest information for assessment or analysis. An estimate of the value and possible uses of timber is an important part of the broader information required to sustain ecosystems. When taking forest inventory the following are important things to measure and note: species, diameter at breast height (DBH), height, site quality, age, and.
FOREST 3 THE FOREST ACT Art 17 or 19%. [ISth October, PART 1. Prdiminary shorl Iltl. hhm- 1. This Act may be cited as the Forest 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires- “allowable annual cut” means a rate of timber harvest- ing specified for an area of land; “authorized officer” means a forest officer, a member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force or any other.
The text of the Act consist of 65 sections divided 1952 to 1956. book 5 Parts: Preliminary and general (I); Promotion of interests of forestry and development of afforestation, and production and supply of timber (II); Extinguishing of easements, creation of rights of way and compulsory acquisition, of land (III); Restrictions on cutting down and injuring trees (IV); Miscellaneous (V).
The Forests Act provides for and defines the powers of the Lieutenant Governor and Minister with respect to establishing regulations related to forestry in Alberta. The Act provides for the establishment of forest management units as a mechanism for allocation and disposal of timber, and specifies the method of disposal of Crown timber through.
(2) To assist in this process, the Minister shall provide for a periodic inventory of the forest land carried out in accordance with good forestry practices. R.S., c.s. Competitive Forest Industry. The Province of British Columbia is taking action to maintain the forest sector’s position as a driving force in B.C.’s economy, especially in rural communities.
The forest sector is a critical economic generator for B.C. This Act was superseded by the Cooperative Forest Management Act, which broadened the clientele and served to include non-farm private forest land owners, harvesters and primary processors (Skok and Gregersen ).
Inthe Cooperative Forestry Assistance Act consolidated all previous cooperative legislation. 23(1) In order to reserve certain areas in the province for a perpetual growth of timber, and to preserve the forest cover thereon, and to provide for a reasonable use of all the resources that the forest lands contain, all Crown lands within a provincial forest are hereby withdrawn from disposition, sale, settlement or occupancy, except under.
(a) registration as a forest product operator granted under the Forest Industries Council Act (Chapter ) (repealed); or (b) permit, licence timber rights purchase agreement or other authority granted under the Forestry Act (Chapter ) (repealed); or (c) agreement entered into under the Forestry (Private Dealings) Act (Chapter ) (repealed).
These expenses are personal. For example, you cannot deduct expenses for travelling from your home to a forest camp or to a cutting site if you go to that place on a regular basis. However, the motor vehicle expenses for travelling from a forest camp set up by your employer to the cutting site are incurred in the course of employment.
The Department of Forestry Act, (Canada) up [Assented to 21st December, ] an inventory of Canada's forest lands, a review of new forestry-related products, a survey of environmental standards being applied by the forest industry, trade issues and figures and the integrated use of our forests.
- Wherever under any Act, order. Application of Acquisition of Land (Assessment of Compensation) Act, Powers of Lay Commissioners and Appeal Tribunal to award costs in proceedings under Part III.
Payment of compensation under secti 20, 21 and 30 of this Act. Costs of deducing title to compensation under secti 20, 21 or 30 of this Act. National Forestry Act: NFI: National Forest Inventory: NFP: National Forestry Policy: NFP: National Focal Points: NFP: National Forest Programme: NFPF: National Forest Programme Facility: NFPWGFPP: National Focal Points Working Group for Forest Products Promotion: NGO: Non-governmental Organization Applied to community groups and not-for-profit.
Forestry’s Golden Era: – In the middle of the 20th century, Canada’s forest industries enjoyed an unprecedented boom — a time period often referred to as the golden era.
The world’s appetite for wood products — everything from construction lumber to toilet paper — exploded. Councils of counties and townships in southern Ontario were empowered to enact tree-cutting bylaws through the Trees Conservation Act (), the Trees Act (), and the Forestry Act ().
In addition, municipalities with a population greater t could forbid the cutting of trees under Section of the Municipal Act. Forestry in India is a significant rural industry and a major environmental resource. India is one of the ten most forest-rich countries of the world.
Together, India and these other 9 countries account for 67 percent of total forest area of the world. India's forest cover grew at % annually over –, and has grown at the rate of % per year over –, after decades where.
Today about 27% of U.S. forest is under public ownership, 17% as national forests administered by the Forest Service of the Dept. of Agriculture. Bibliography. See S. Allen, An Introduction to American Forestry (3d ed. ); D. Smith, The Practice of Silviculture (7th ed.
); C. Stoddard, Essentials of Forestry Practice (2d ed. 5. Canada is a leader in forest certification with 37% of all the world’s certified forests.
48% of Canada’s forests are certified by third parties, ensuring compliance with recognized standards of sustainable forest management. Canada’s boreal forest is a source for people’s livelihood through direct employment – in harvesting and regenerating forests, and in manufacturing.
Forest inventory and reforestation under the Canada Forestry Act, to [Ottawa]: Canada, Dept. of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Foresty Branch, SDA45 no The Christmas tree industry in Canada.
Ottawa: Published under the authority of the Minister of Northern Affairs and National Resources, SDA45 no Canada sits on a perilous edge amidst outcries of potential exponential environmental degradation. Both guilty of indulgent extraction and fortunate to still be rich in natural assets, it sits in between a pair of two divergent roads.
Whether in a rural or logging town or within the urbanized Greater Vancouver area, most British Columbians live in the vicinity of forests, their houses are made. A person shall not light a fire on forest land or within metres of forest land during the forest fire season unless that person lights the fire under the authority of a permit to burn issued by the minister or the minister's designate under the Forestry Act.
48/95 s3; 31/99 s1. Back to Top. Exceptions 4. Descriptive Summary Abstract: Established inthe American Forestry Association is the oldest group in North America organized to promote forest conservation.
The organization became American Forests in The collection includes correspondence, articles, manuscript surveys and reports on forestry, newspaper clippings, and published material relating to the American Forestry. The Wilderness Act of - established the National Wilderness Preservation System.
This is a link to the National Park Service web site. Policies. Forest Service Directives - the online version of the Forest Service's Manuals and Handbooks. Timber Management Manuals - the series of the Forest Service Manuals concerning timber management. Notice: This is only a preliminary collection of relevant material The data and research currently presented here is a preliminary collection or relevant material.
We will further develop our work on this topic in the future (to cover it in the same detail as for example our entry on World Population Growth). If you have expertise in this area and would like to contribute, apply here to join.
in terms of both ownership and legislative authority over forest management. Under the Constitution Act,the provincial interest in the environment, in general, and in forest resource management, in particular, has two major bases: one proprietary and the other legislat ive.
Section of the Constitu tion grants to each province. While Canada is the second largest country in the world in terms of area ( million km 2), the million people inhabiting Canada are concentrated in the southern regions, largely in major cities and urban areas.
Thus, much of the Canadian boreal forest is sparsely inhabited, and pressures due to population remain fairly low. Forest Inventory of the Southern Pacific Land Company, Box 61 Folder 3 Harbuck, John.
Management Considerations on a Portion of the Beaverhead National Forest, Montana. Box 61 Folder 4 Southern Pacific Land Company Environmental Guide; Box 61 Folder 5 Robinson, Gordon. The Case Against the Forest Service in Alaska, Box 61 Folder 6.
Land required under this Act to be deemed to be needed for a public purpose under the Land Acquisition Act, Recovery of penalties due under bond 85A. Saving for rights of Central Government [Repealed.] THE INDIAN FOREST ACT, (16 of ) [21st September, ] An Act to consolidate the law relating to forests, the transit.
A forester is a person who practices forestry, the science, art, and profession of managing ers engage in a broad range of activities including ecological restoration and management of protected ers manage forests to provide a variety of objectives including direct extraction of raw material, outdoor recreation, conservation, hunting and aesthetics.
NFIs Total Protection Forest Special-use forest Timber forest Fuelwood forest Economic forest Area % Area % Area % Area % Area % Area % NFI1 This, along with amendments made in Ontario to the Crown Timber Act in and that (respectively) required licensees to submit forest management plans with applications for harvesting permits and made them responsible for regeneration, led to a shift from a policy of liquidation to policies of sustained-yield forestry.
The federal Department of Forestry is created in under the Department of Forestry Act; it assumes responsibility for forest research, the funding of reforestation, fire protection, silviculture and inventory surveys. An Act to amend the Forest Act extends provisions for pulpwood agreements in the legislation to timber suitable for.
National Forest Products Association-NFPA Forest chemicals task group, ; forest insect data, ; Aldrin/Dieldrin, ; big trees and rapid growth, ; Zellner resurvey, ; aerial surveys, ; insect reports, ; Clearwater Timber Protective Association-CTPA/Potlatch Timber Protective Association-PTPA.Reference to "Act" includes regulations PART I ADMINISTRATION 2: Minister to regulate and administer, etc.
3: Forestry Branch 4: Administration of provincial forests 5: Staff 6: Inspection 7: Prohibited conduct for department employees 8: Agreements with Canada and other provinces, etc., authorized Building of roads, etc.
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