This book presents case studies for analyses of the extent to which applied scientific and economic information can lead to sustained yields of crops and timber from forest lands in Asia and the Pacific. It contributes to understand problems of site management in watershed rehabilitation projects.
Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary 2. Forestry in Papua New Guinea: A Case Study of the Gogol Woodchip Project Near Madang 3. Developing A Forest Management Plan: The Whirinaki State Forest, New Zealand 4. Phewa Tal Catchment Management Program: Benefits and Costs of Forestry and Soil Conservation in Nepal 5. A Forestry Case Study of the Sinharaja Rainforest in Sri Lanka 6. The Watershed Management Program in Mansehra, Pakistan 7. Harvesting Water From Ravaged Siwaliks in india 8. The Pantabangan Watershed Management and Erosion Control Project