Practical Silviculture and Trees Species Management

authored by: Kaushal Singh, Rajiv Umrao, Sanjeev kumar & Garima Gupta
ISBN: 9789358874952 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 80 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2024
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 9.16 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 270 GMS
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Keywords

Sustainable forestry, Reforestation techniques, Forest management practices, Timber harvesting, Tree planting methods, Silvicultural systems, Ecological restoration, Tree species diversity, Soil conservation in forestry, Forest ecosystem health, Timber production strategies, Silviculture planning, Tree growth optimization, Climate-resilient forestry, Wildlife habitat preservation, Agroforestry practices, Tree disease management, Tree species selection, Silvopastoral systems, Forest regeneration, Tree stand dynamics, Carbon sequestration in forests, Tree health monitoring, Urban forestry planning

This book has been carefully crafted to provide a thorough and practical guide for students, offering answers to all the practical queries related to the subject. It covers a wide range of topics, beginning with an extensive exploration of modern silvicultural equipment, the tools and machinery utilized in the field, and providing detailed descriptions and usages. Special emphasis has been placed on the morphological description and field identification techniques for various tree species. With detailed illustrations and step-by-step instructions, readers will develop the necessary skills to confidently identify and differentiate between different tree species in the field. Additionally, the book includes a comprehensive study and literature survey on the phenological events exhibited by various tree species, as well as a discussion on how tree species respond to environmental factors such as light, fire, drought, frost, and wind. In summary, this book aims to bridge the gap between theory and practical application in silviculture and tree species management, serving as a valuable resource for professionals, researchers, and students seeking practical knowledge and skills in the field.

1. To Acquaintance with Modern Silvicultural Tools  2. To Study the Morphological Description and Field Identification Characteristics of Various Tropical Tree Species 3.  To Study the Morphological  Description and Field Identification Characteristics of Various Temperate Tree Species. 4. To Study the Phenological Events of Various Tropical Tree Species 5. To Study the Phenological Events of Various Temperate Tree Species 6. To Study the Silviculture Characteristics of Trees in Response to Light, Fire, Drought, Frost and Wind of Various Tropical Tree Species 7.  To Study the Silviculture Characteristics of Trees in Response to Light, Fire, Drought, Frost and Wind of Various Temperate Tree Species. 8. To Study the Silvicultural Characteristics of Trees in Response to Root Sucker, Coppicing, Pollarding, Pruning and Browsing of Various Tropical Tree Species 9. To Study the Seed Germination, Pollination and Dispersal Type of Various Tropical Tree Species 10. To Study the Seed Germination, Pollination and Dispersal Type of Various Temperate Tree Species 11. To Study Various Tropical Tree Species Managed under Different Silvicultural Systems. 12. To Study Various Temperate Tree Species Managed under Different Silvicultural Systems 13. To Study the Harmful Insects and Pests of Various Tropical Tree Species 14. To Study the Harmful Insects and Pests of Various Temperate Tree Species 15. To Study the Planting and Stand Management Practices of Teak (Tectonagrandis) 16. To Study the Planting and Stand Management Practices of Kala Shisham (Dalbergialatifolia17. To Study the Planting and Stand Management Practices of Sandal Wood (Santalum album) 18. To Study the Planting and Stand Management Practices of Poplar (Populusdeltoides) 19. To Study Planting and Stand Management of Bastard Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla20. To Study Planting and Stand Management of Khair (Acacia catechu21. To Study Planting and Stand Management of Safeda (Eucalyptus tereticornis22. To Study the Species Suitability for Various Problematic Areas 23. To Study the Composition of a Forest Area 24. To Study the Tending Operation Carried out in a Forest Crop   

 
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