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Ecological and Habitat Restoration


Springer -just now

Plant–soil feedbacks in mangrove ecosystems: establishing links between empirical and modelling studies

Abstract Key message Plant–soil feedbacks in mangrove ecosystems are important for ecosystem resilience and can be investigated by establishing links between empirical and modelling studies. Abstract Plant–soil feedbacks are important as they pr...

Springer -just now

Effect of exclosure on dryland woody species restoration in northeastern Amhara, Ethiopia

Abstract In Ethiopia, among many restoration efforts to reverse deforestation and land degradation, area exclosure is one of the most common practices to restore secondary forests with assisted natural regeneration. The present study in the Sekota district, northeastern Amhara region, Ethiopia evaluated the influence of areas exclosures on woody species diversity, population st...

USFS -yesterday

The economic reality of the forest and fuel management deficit on a fire prone western US national forest

Recent extreme wildfire seasons in the United States (US) have rekindled policy debates about the underlying drivers and potential role forest management can play in reducing fuels and future wildfire. Most US western national forests face a substantial backlog of treatments and manifold management issues related to wildfire, forest health, and wildfire protection and constitute the major part of ...

USFS -yesterday

Planning for future fire: Scenario analysis of an accelerated fuel reduction plan for the western United States

Recent fire seasons brought a new fire reality to the western US, and motivated federal agencies to explore scenarios for augmenting current fuel management and forest restoration in areas where fires might threaten critical resources and developed areas. To support this effort, we modeled the scheduling of an accelerated forest and fuel management scenario on 76 western US national forests. Speci...

timberbiz -2 days ago

SpruceSEA pilot project for climate change adapted seedlings

A new pilot project “SpruceSEA” aims to transfer forest seedlings adapted to climate change more quickly to forest companies than traditional breeding approaches. SpruceSEA stands for Spruce Somatic Embryogenesis Application Austria. The Austrian Research Centre for Forests (BFW) has teamed up with Austrian forest plant producer LIECO and Swedish biotech company SweTree Technologies for this p...

CBD -3 days ago

The Private Sector Takes a Stand for Oceans During Climate Week

Climate Week in New York City started out with a clear message: The time for talking has passed; put your words into action. Climate action comes in many forms - policy change, investments in ecosystem restoration, clean technology innovation and much more. Oceans, increasingly under threat from melting glaciers and coral bleaching, are another big blue opportunity for action sitting right under o...

timberbiz -4 days ago

FSC celebrates its international name day on Friday

As the Forest Stewardship Council and its supporters celebrate its international name day, FSC Friday on 24 September, FSC reconfirms its support for international climate change initiatives and highlights the important contribution responsible forestry makes to these efforts. Source: Timberbiz Forests play an essential role in climate regulation. Together with oceans, forests are the key ecosyste...

iForest -4 days ago

Research Articles: A multisource approach helps to detect a forest as a reference site in an intensively used rural landscape (Uckermark, NE Germany)

Wulf M, Kaiser K, Mrotzek A, Geiges-Erzgräber L, Schulz L, Stockmann I, Schneider T, Kappler C, Bens OA MULTISOURCE APPROACH HELPS TO DETECT A FOREST AS A REFERENCE SITE IN AN INTENSIVELY USED RURAL LANDSCAPE (UCKERMARK, NE GERMANY)Abstract: The sharp decline in seminatural areas worldwide is undisputed, but the consequences of this decline, apart from the loss of biodiversity, cannot be fully as...

Global Forest Coalition -4 days ago

Could a major restoration initiative in Africa nearly double the area occupied by conflict-causing tree plantations?

By Oliver Munnion, Global Forest Coalition. Originally published on germanclimatefinance.de. The African Forest Landscape Restoration Initiative (AFR100) wants 100 billion dollars to help finance the restoration of degraded landscapes across the continent, in an effort to restore forests and suck carbon out of the atmosphere. Today, on International Day of Struggle Against Monoculture Tree Plan...

Global Forest Coalition -4 days ago

AFR100: Driving commercial tree plantation expansion in Africa?

Pledges made towards the African Forest Landscape Restoration Initiative (AFR100) could result in nearly doubling the scale of commercial tree plantations across the continent. Download the briefing (2.1MB) AFR100 is an Africa-wide initiative aiming to restore 100 million hectares of degraded forest land by 2030, and pledges from 30 countries have now exceeded the target by more than 25 million he...

Hindawi Publishing Corporation -4 days ago

Restoration of Citropsis articulata, a Species at Risk from Medicinal Overharvesting in a Ugandan Rainforest Reserve

Citropsis articulata, the African cherry orange, is considered to be threatened in Ugandan forests as a result of its purported aphrodisiac properties. This study, part of an ongoing effort to address restoration needs of Mabira Central Forest Reserve in Uganda, demonstrates the feasibility of restoring depleted C. articulata populations using seedlings transplanted from nursery-grown seeds. Pheno...

USFS -1 week ago

Assessing the effectiveness of riparian restoration projects using Landsat and precipitation data from the cloud-computing application ClimateEngine.org

Riparian vegetation along streams provides a suite of ecosystem services in rangelands and thus is the target of restoration when degraded by over-grazing, erosion, incision, or other disturbances. Assessments of restoration effectiveness depend on defensible monitoring data, which can be both expensive and difficult to collect. We present a method and case study to evaluate the effectiveness of r...

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