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National Univer- sity (founded in 1914) is the most significant in the Northwestern Region. THE BAMBOO PROJECT With the work of interdisciplinary teams in the rural areas of the province, the Na- tional University seeks a way to correlate scientific and technological knowledge to the life experiences of

In: Bamboo for Sustainable Development

Bamboo for Sustainable Development, pp. 173-186 Eds. A. Kumar, I.V. Ramanuja Rao and Ch. Sastry ©VSP2002 Bamboo-dependent livelihood patterns of fishing communities: A case study of the West Coast of India SANJA Y V. DESHMUKH PRASAD C. KARNIK BALAKRISHNA BHATKHANDE AMOL B. DESHMANE Manav

In: Bamboo for Sustainable Development

(plybam- boo) factory demonstrates that the concept ofIn-Hand hastens the development of the Filipino rural worker and the community when it is founded on a material such as bamboo, which is a part of their way of life. Parallel developments of the raw material, technology, support services, product

In: Bamboo for Sustainable Development

because of its unusually widespread incidence and firmly established position in native life ... Agriculturally the practice is effective ... To exclude so very real a value of forest vegetation from a list of forest products may leave the escapist impression that the practice deserves little but

In: Pacific Forest
Author: Michael Schmitt

Fig. 3. Willi Hennig’s place of birth (the right half of the building) in Dürrhennersdorf. Courtesy of Willi Hennig Archive, Görlitz. CHApter tWo Willi HenniG’s bioGrApHy 2.1. A Simple Life in Imperial Germany— Willi Hennig’s Family Background and Childhood (Fig. 4) At the dawn of World War i

In: From Taxonomy to Phylogenetics – Life and Work of Willi Hennig

holdings of the company are managed for NP goals, employing 35 persons altogether. The new strategy of the company in nature conservation issues was also triggered by a guest visit by Professor B. Twight at the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences Vienna who reported on the case of

In: Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Forestry in Central Europe

Urban trees need to be managed for safety and usually do not have a long life span, therefore removal of such trees may not provoke a huge public reaction. Trees may be grown in wide streets, in parks and in urban woodlands. Intensive management and pruning are part of the management regime of urban

In: Valuable Broadleaved Forests in Europe

being a resource specialist: behavioral support for a neural hypothe- sis. American Naturalist 151: 451-464. Branson, T.F. & Krysan, J.L. 1981. Feeding and oviposition behavior and life cycle strategies of Dia- brotica: an evolutionay view with implications for pest management. Environmental Entomology

In: Research on Chrysomelidae, Volume 1

, 2006a, 2006b). Unfortunately, the substrate on many of the latter precludes nesting, rendering the “relocated” populations biologically dead. Other relocations in the Bahamas, Turks & Caicos, and BVI were motivated by conservation concerns and an effort to render remaining populations less vulnerable

In: Conservation of Caribbean Island Herpetofaunas Volume 1: Conservation Biology and the Wider Caribbean

lead to a lack of educated personnel. BELARUS 45 At Polotsk Forest Technical College and at Borisov Technical School, forest inspectors and mechanics are educated. The system of personnel training requires radical improvement. For young spe- cialists, good working and living conditions are not

In: Policies for Sustainable Forestry in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine