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Classification and Definitions of Forest Products
Food and Agriculture Org.
by Food & Agriculture Org
Written in English
Fao Forestry Papers
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|Number of Pages||257|
Generally, Non Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) or Non Wood Forest Products (NWFPs) or Minor Forest Products (MFPs) are the terms synonymously used mainly to denote forest products other than timber resources. This report is as an approach to enhance the knowledge on NTFP definitions and classification system. Statutory Definition of "Forest Land" (Connecticut General Statutes (CGS) Sec. b) any tract or tracts of land aggregating twenty-five acres or more in area bearing tree growth that conforms to the forest stocking, distribution and condition standards established by the State Forester. .
Definitions. The wide variety of NTFPs includes mushrooms, huckleberries, ferns, transplants, seed cones, piñon seeds, tree nuts, moss, maple syrup, cork, cinnamon, rubber, wild pigs, tree oils and resins, and United Kingdom's Forestry Commission defines NTFPs as "any biological resources found in woodlands except timber", and Forest Harvest, part of the Reforesting Scotland. PHILIPPINE OFFICIAL REFERENCE FOR FOREST-RELATED TERMS AND DEFINITIONS AIR DRIED Lumber or other forest products dried under ambient atmospheric conditions. A condition of dryness of lumber or other wood products that have been dried by exposure to prevailing atmospheric conditions, outdoors or in unheated shed. Also called sun dried.
Forest provide fuel, wood, timber, wildlife, habitat, industrial, forest products, climate regulations, medicinal etc. 6. Forest Resources • The word forest is derived from a Latin word • “ Foris” means Outside • Forest are one of the most important natural resources of the earth. The use of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) is as old as human existence . In subsistence and rural economies the role and contributions .
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Classification and Definitions of Forest Products (Advance version) was published as Supplement 6 to Volume XXV of the Timber Bulletin for Burope in Geneva in This was the result of work of the Joint FAO/ECE Working Party on Forest Economics and Size: 1MB.
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CLASSIFICATION AND DEFINITIONS OF FOREST PRODUCTS tak I l5ci- 1 o I d 'd.* II, &Jai *i,t_J aJa.; 4)1 I I,Aed 1 La: ( CLASSIFICATION AND DEFINITIONS OF FOREST PRODUCTS FOREWORD This Classification and Definitions of Forest Products has been prepared to provide broad reference which will.
This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the header. Forest Products Classification and Definitions – New proposal Team of Specialists on Forest Products Statistics 28 March 1.
History 2. Classification and definitions of forest products () 3. Proposal of the new classification 4. The Forest Products Classification and Definitions (FPC&D) constitutes a complete product classification covering all wood and paper products.
It provides a framework for international comparison and promotes harmonization of various types of statistics related to forest products. Moreover FPC&D can. • In the first version of the FAO Classification and Definitions of Forest Products was published • In the second version with the name “Classification and definitions of forest products” was published.
It should have been taken into account of revisions of SITC and HS changes in technology, industry and trade practice. The names of individual forest products and product aggregates are listed below in the order in which they occur in the tables later on.
Separate definitions are not provided for coniferous (C) and non-coniferous (NC) components where the general definition given above applies. Unless indicated otherwise, each forest product category includes both.
forest-related processes e.g. within the framework of the Collaborative Partnership on Forest (CPF), as well as with the partner organizations of the Collaborative Forest Resources Questionnaire (CFRQ) and the scientific community, all in order to harmonize and improve forest related definitions and reduce reporting burden on countries.
Forest type: A classification of forest land based upon and named for the tree species that forms the plurality of live-tree stocking. A forest type classification for a field location indicates the predominant live-tree species cover for the field location; hardwoods and softwoods are the first group to be determine predominant group, and.
Products: In the proposed definition, the term "product" corresponds to goods that are tangible and physical objects of biological origin such as plants, animals and their products.
Forest services (e.g. ecotourism, grazing, bioprospecting) and forest benefits (e.g. soil conservation, soil fertility, watershed protection) are excluded.
The book details several key fields within forestry, including forest health, economics, policy, utilization, and forestry careers. Chapters deal specifically with forest products and harvesting, recreation, wildlife habitats, tree anatomy and physiology, and ethics.
According to 46 USCS § the term forest products includes “lumber in bundles, rough timber, ties, poles, piling, laminated beams, bundled siding, bundled plywood, bundled core stock or veneers, bundled particle or fiber boards, bundled hardwood, wood pulp in rolls, wood pulp in unitized bales, and paper and paper board in rolls or in pallet or skid-sized sheets.”.
6. Classification of Forest On the Basis of Growing Stock: A. Normal Forest: A Normal forest is an ideal forest with regard to growing stock, age class distribution and increment and from which the annual or periodic removal of produce equals to the increment and can be continued indefnitely without endangering future yields.
This classification is designed to cover the wood and wood-based products for which FAO and ECE collect statistics on a regular basis. Included is wood taken from forests or from trees outside the forest, bark and cork; charcoal; wood and wood-based materials resulting from the first processing of the wood available from forest operations (including sawnwood, railway sleepers, veneer sheets.
Definitions and Examples; Christmas Trees: Variety of conifer species. Special Wood Product - Non Convertible: Special Wood Products that do not fix an existing category.
Bee Trees: Trees with wild bees. Transplants (Wildlings) Young wild or natural seedling use in landscaping. Limbs and Boughs: The limbs and boughs of trees used in making. Get this from a library. al- Muntijāt al-ḥurjīyah, taṣnīfhā wa-ta ʻrtfāthā = Classification and definitions of forest products = Classification et définitions des produits forestiers = Clasificación y definiciones de los productos forestales.
[Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.;]. Forests and non-timber forest products. Non-timber forest products (NTFPs) are any product or service other than timber that is produced in forests.
They include fruits and nuts, vegetables, fish and game, medicinal plants, resins, essences and a range of barks and fibres such as bamboo, rattans, and a host of other palms and grasses.
D Terms and definitions FSC Product Classification 1. Wood Products 2. Pulp and Paper Products 3. Non-timber Forest Products (NTFPs) A Scope This standard addendum stipulates the product type nomenclatures that shall be used by Certificate Holders for the purpose of classifying FSC Product Groups.
B Effective date. forest sector. “TEK is a cumulative body of knowledge and beliefs, handed down through generations by It includes a system of classification, a set of empirical medicines, fuel, building materials, and other products. Equally, people’s knowledge and perceptions of the environment, and their relationships with it, are often important.
B. BASAL AREA — (a) The cross-sectional area (in square feet) of a tree trunk at breast height ( feet above the ground).For example, the basal area of a tree that measures 14 inches in diameter at breast height is about 1 square foot.
(b) The sum basal areas of the individual trees within 1 acre of forest.Forest Products Classification and Definitions Posted Decem by Norah DeFalco This Working Paper provides a framework for international comparison and promotes the harmonization of various types of statistics related to forest products.Forest Products Modernization.
Forests across the nation are facing serious challenges. Insects, disease, drought, and wildfire all threaten forest health and productivity. There are an estimated 65 to 82 million acres of forest and grassland in need of restoration to lower fire .