- Degradation, Forest
- Degraded forests
- found: Work cat.: 94-40154: Banerjee, A.K. Rehabilitation of degraded forests in Asia, 1994: CIP introd. (... degraded forests are ... forests with grossly understocked tree, shrub, grass, or cultivation formations, that, due to ongoing or comparatively recent biotic interference have either degenerated or are progressively degenerating in their protective or productive functions, but that still retain the potential to revive to become a sustainable economic forest formation)
- found: Environ. and dev. term. #2489 (forest degradation: significant reduction in species diversity and biomas owing to, for example, unsustainable forms of forest utilization, such as overexploitation for wood and overgrazing)
- notfound: Web. 3;Biol. & agric. index, v. 44, 46;CAB thes.;Dict. of forest term.;Dict. of the environ.
- 1994-10-19: new
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