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Part of the Managing Forest Ecosystems book series (MAFE, volume 1. In: Forest Hydrology and Watershed Management.
Part of the Managing Forest Ecosystems book series (MAFE, volume 1). Abstract. Sustaining water yields from these catchments is a development imperative, in light of increasing demand for both water and forest products. Proceedings of the Vancouver Symposium, August 1987, IAHS Publication no. 167:329–337.
The quality of water obtained from forested catchments is high, in average better than under other land-uses. Sucker C, von Wilpert K, Puhlmann H (2010) Water quality in forested catchments: trends in stream acidification. Environ Monit Assess (accepted for publication)Google Scholar. This high water quality is mainly the result of low inputs of pollutants rather than of an active cleaning. In the future, the effect of forests on the water cycle will change on a regional to global scale mainly because of three ongoing processes: land-use changes, climatic changes and changes in the deposition of pollutants.
This study quantified the hydrological responses to the forest cover change in the upper part of Sola River basin, Forest Creek catchment, southern Poland, under projected climatic conditions
This study quantified the hydrological responses to the forest cover change in the upper part of Sola River basin, Forest Creek catchment, southern Poland, under projected climatic conditions. The Soil Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) will be applied to investigate the response of the hydrology regime to deforestation and reforestation processes. Under two emission scenarios (A1B and B1, IPCC) of the general circulation model GISS E (NASA Goddard Institute) were employed to generate future possible climatic conditions
We examined changes in suspended-sediment yields (SSY) after a 50 % strip thinning in headwater streams draining a. .Forestry Agency (2008) Annual report on trends in forests and forestry. The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Tokyo, p 31Google Scholar
We examined changes in suspended-sediment yields (SSY) after a 50 % strip thinning in headwater streams draining a Japanese cedar ( Cryptomeria japonica) and cypress ( Chamaecyparis obtusa). The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Tokyo, p 31Google Scholar.
Global Forest Change 2000–2014 Data Download . NOTE: This is version . A newer version . including forest loss through 2018 is availalbe. Results from time-series analysis of Landsat images in characterizing global forest extent and change from 2000 through 2014. For additional information about these results, please see the associated journal article (Hansen et a. Science 2013). Tree cover in the year 2000, defined as canopy closure for all vegetation taller than 5m in height. Encoded as a percentage per output grid cell, in the range 0–100. Global forest cover loss 2000–2014 (loss).
The results of detection Change of Forest Cover in Nfifikh Forest from 1987 to 2015 of NDVI, SAVI, Tasseled Cape .
The results of detection Change of Forest Cover in Nfifikh Forest from 1987 to 2015 of NDVI, SAVI, Tasseled Cape Greenness, and Wetness Indices showed a reasonably significant regression of vegetation, with only at most 6 hectares that have not undergone changes for the indices of vegetation and 27. 2 hectares for Subpixel classification. It ought to be noted that the forest Nfifikh has experienced a significant decline and particularly by the river and also in the south while within the north there is a small parcels that have not been damaged. Figure 4. Nfifikh forest cover change detection sum overlay between 1987 and 2015.
We investigated how forest type and age affect water yield resilience to climate warming. To answer this question, we examined the variability in historical water yields at long-term experimental catchments across Canada and the United States over 5-year cool and warm periods. Using the theoretical framework of the Budyko curve, we calculated the effects of climate warming on the annual partitioning of precipitation (P) into evapotranspiration (ET) and water yield
Forests are a dominant feature of our planet. Understanding how forests ‘work’ is an essential field of human endeavour.
Forests are a dominant feature of our planet. On geological time scales they have expanded and contracted, but remain a major driver of global cycles of energy and carbon, water and nutrients. In much of the world, forests command deep respect, even reverence for what they provide.
Forest thinning impact on carbon stock and soil condition in Southern . Changes in the abundance of keystone forest floor species in response to changes of forest structure.
Forest thinning impact on carbon stock and soil condition in Southern European populations of P. sylvestris L. For Ecol Manage 357: 259-267. Bravo-Oviedo A, Ruiz-Peinado R, Onrubia R, del Río M, 2017. Effects of thinning on soil and tree water relations, transpiration and growth in an oak forest (Quercus petraea (Matt. J Veg Sci 24: 296-306. Hedwall PO, Brunet J, 2016.
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Author: P Ritson
Publisher: Water and Rivers Commission (1997)
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