The forests of the Mamaku (or Patetere) Plateau, North Island, New Zealand, have a history of numerous land uses, and now exist as key enclaves for indigenous biota within the Bay of Plenty. Conservation focus is moving from single-species protection to a more comprehensive management approach, targeting multiple pests at key sites. This annotated bibliography covers a timeframe from the late 19th century onwards. It includes research and survey work on the forests, flora and fauna, with some information on soils, geology, and hydrology. It also covers the history of logging and conversion of logged indigenous forest to pine plantations on land leased to forestry companies. Podocarp restoration trials following cutover operations are outlined. This is the third compilation of annotated bibliographic information on the ecology and management of indigenous forest of the central North Island Volcanic Plateau, following publications on the Pureora Forest Park and Whirinaki Conservation Park. The bibliography is an ongoing project and its authors welcome updates, corrections, or details of relevant articles.
|Statement||A.E. Beveridge ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Beveridge, A. E., New Zealand. Dept. of Conservation.|
|LC Classifications||Z5991 .E26 2009, SD244.2 .E26 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
|ISBN 10||9780478145731, 9780478145748|
|LC Control Number||2009424237|
The Kaimai Mamaku Forest Park stretches for 70 kilometres from the Karangahake Gorge near Waihi to the Mamaku Plateau near Rotorua. It forms a natural barrier between the Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions. In ancient times, the Kaimai Mamaku Range was a Noah's Ark for plants, riding high above seas of ice and oceans of water. Welcome to ‘Ecology in the Heartland’ in Rotorua; the joint annual conference of the New Zealand Ecological recognise the contributions of two people that have had a major contribution on New Zealand Ecology and conservation: John Nicholls and Don Merton. as those by John Nicholls on the Mamaku Plateau indigenous forests and. Forest Ecology and Management is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles linking forest ecology with the management of forest resources. The journal publishes research manuscripts that report results of original research, review articles, and book reviews. Articles may report work related to any forest ecosystems worldwide, including plantations and natural chevreschevalaosta.comline: Forestry. 88 New Zealand Journal of Ecology, Vol. 34, No. 1, Table 1: Common name, scientific name, New Zealand threat classification, and – distribution change of New Zealand forest birds. Nomenclature and sequence largely follow the Checklist of the Birds of New Zealand (OSNZ ), with additional taxonomy of Tennyson et al. () for kiwi and Miller and Lambert () for Petroica.
Forest ecology is the scientific study of the interrelated patterns, processes, flora, fauna and ecosystems in chevreschevalaosta.com management of forests is known as forestry, silviculture, and forest management.A forest ecosystem is a natural woodland unit consisting of all plants, animals and micro-organisms (Biotic components) in that area functioning together with all of the non-living physical. This book offers a sweeping history of Pureora Forest Park, one of the most significant sites of natural and cultural history interest in New Zealand. The authors review the geological history of the volcanic zone, its flora and fauna, and the history of Maori and European utilization of forest resources. Forest ecosystems; Forest ecosystems. When people first arrived in New Zealand about years ago, forests covered most of the country. These forests are dominated by trees unique to New Zealand. They are now much reduced in area since human settlement, especially . Forest composition was examined on one hectare of upland Dacrydium cupressinum/Prumnopitys taxifolia/Weinmannia racemosa/Beilschmiedia tawa forest on south Mamaku Cited by:
Oct 09, · Ecology, Planning, and Management of Urban Forests contains studies and perspectives on urban forests from a broad array of basic and applied scientific disciplines including ecosystem ecology, biogeochemistry, landscape ecology, plant community ecology, geography, and social science. The book contains contributions from experts in Asia, Europe 5/5(2). Dec 10, · Soil and foliar phosphorus as indicators of sustainability for Pinus Criteria and indicators for the conservation and sustainable management of temperate and boreal forests—the Montreal Process. Testing a soil-phosphate-driven model of forest sustainability developed for Kinleith Forest, southern Mamaku Plateau, New Zealand. Cited by: Aug 01, · Data on mammalian, avian and invertebrate biomass in mixed broadleaf-podocarp forest of the Orongorongo Valley are summarised and compared with the biomass in other forests. Animal biomass totalled at least kg/ha — more than twice that in several tropical forests but less than that reported from temperate deciduous forests of chevreschevalaosta.com by: MPI standards and guidelines for sustainable management of New Zealand indigenous forests have been developed to reflect the statutory requirements under Part 3A of the Forests Act , and specify structured indigenous forestry standards for approval and administration of SFM plans and permits.