2 edition of Stackwood volume estimations for miombo woodlands in Malawi found in the catalog.
Stackwood volume estimations for miombo woodlands in Malawi
J. D. Lowore
|Statement||J.D. Lowore, P.G. Abbot.|
|Series||FRIM report ;, no. 93009|
|Contributions||Abbot, P. G.|
|LC Classifications||HD9769.F843 M35 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||94980411|
Managing the Miombo Woodlands of Southern Africa. Policies, incentives and options. For three villages in Malawi, the addition of woodland income to the household accounts leads to a 12 percent reduction in measured income inequality (Fisher ). P.G. and Werren, M. Stackwood volume estimations for miombo woodlands in Malawi. In this study we present general (multiple tree species from several sites) above- and belowground biomass models for trees in the miombo woodlands of Malawi. Such models are currently lacking in the country. The modelling was based on 74 trees comprising 33 different species with diameters at breast height (dbh) and total tree height (ht) ranging from to 2 cm and from to m Cited by:
Miombo woodlands is one of the major forest vegetation types covering about two thirds of the country forest land and form an integral part of the rural landscape in Tanzania, also they play crucial role in providing wide range of ecosystem services including carbon sequestration. This study aimed at assessing the effects of degradation on the structure and carbon stocks of miombo by: Technology (Applied Sciences) Medical Sciences: AIDS. A Christian response / edited by Trevor Cullen. Mzuzu / Thomas Bisika and Pierson Ntata. - Zomba: University of Malawi, Centre for Social Research, - vii, 56p.; 30 cm 1. AIDS (Disease) - Surveys LOWORE, J. D. Stackwood volume estimates for Miombo woodlands in.
Managing the Miombo Woodlands of Southern Africa: Policies, incentives, and options for the rural poor. Washington DC: Program on Forests (PROFOR). Published in November Printed on % Recycled paper Material in this book can be copied and quoted freely provided acknowledgement is given For a full list of publications please contact. woodland structure, basic density and above ground carbon stock estimations of wet miombo woodlands in mbozi district tanzania yohane piason mwampashi a dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of master of science in forestry of sokoine university of agriculture. morogoro, tanzania. Author: District Tanzania.
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Commonwealth Forestry Review Volume 73 (3), Stackwood volume estimations for miombo woodlands in Malawi J.D. LOWORE1, P.G. ABBOT2 and M.
WERREN2 1 Forestry Research Institute of Malawi, PO BoxZomba, Malawi department of Forestry, University of Aberdeen, St. Machar Drive, Aberdeen AB9 2UD SUMMARY. Stackwood volume estimations for miombo woodlands in Malawi mean height were developed for the estimation of stackwood volume for miornbo woodland in Malawi.
volume estimations for miombo. Single tree volume estimation models are produced for four Julbernardia-Brachystegia woodlands in Malawi. The estimation models are based on the regression of volume on one or a number of. District Forestry Office while Unit 2 which covers about ha is management by Malawi College of Forestry and Wildlife.
Unit 2 is further categorized into two with respect to forest type: Miombo woodland ( ha) and Pine plantation ( ha). So the study was conducted in miombo woodland Author: Edward Missanjo, Gift Kamanga-Thole, Anderson Ndema.
Estimation of Biomass and Carbon stock for Miombo Woodland in Dzalanyama Forest reserve, Malawi Edward Missanjo* and Gift Kamanga-Thole Malawi College of Forestry and Wildlife, Private Bag 6, Dedza, MALAWI Available online at:Received 23 rd Decemberrevised 26 th Januaryaccepted 5th February AbstractCited by: 4.
(). Total tree, merchantable stem and branch volume models for miombo woodlands of Malawi. Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science: Vol.
78, No. 1, pp. Cited by: 3. Stand biomass and volume estimation for Miombo woodlands at Kitulangalo, Morogoro, Tanzania. Southern African Forestry Journal: Vol.No. 1, pp. Cited by: Single tree volume estimation models are produced for four Julbernardia-Brachystegia woodlands in Malawi.
The estimation models are based on the regression of volume on one or a number of independent variables derived from diameter and height. In total, trees from 46 species were felled and individually by: Miombo woodlands and rural livelihoods in Malawi 1 Section 1.
The miombo/people interface Farmers in Malawi remove woodlands to plant crops but they also derive a vast range of other basic needs from the surrounding forests. These miombo woodlands have until relatively recently always been vast in comparison to the.
role of miombo woodlands in supporting rural livelihoods in Malawi. The intention is that this information can help us approach indigenous woodland management from a more informed point of view.
The Introduction describes in a general way the traditional relationship between people. Miombo is the vernacular (plural) name for Brachystegia boehmii and similar trees found across Southern Africa (Coates Palgrave et al.
However the name miombo is widely used to describe the savanna woodlands of Southern Africa that are dominated by trees of the subfamily Caesalpinioideae of the Leguminosae, mainly of the genera Brachystegia, Julbernardia and Isoberlinia.
Lowore JD, Abbot PG, Werren M () Stackwood volume estimations for miombo woodlands in Malawi. Commonw For Rev – Google Scholar Martin RB () Structure, biomass and utilization of vegetation in mopane and miombo woodlands of Sengwa Wildlife Research by: 6. Goods and services derived from miombo woodlands The value of miombo woodlands to rural households Customary woodland management practices Determinants of miombo woodland use and management Conclusions Chapter 6: Trade in woodland products from the miombo region Tim Brigham, Alex Chihongo and Emmanuel Chidumayo Introduction Reprints Abbot, P., Lowore, J.
and Werren M. Models for the estimation of single tree volume in four Miombo woodland types. Forest Ecology and Management, Abbot, P., Lowore, J., Khofi, C. and Werren M. Defining firewood quality: a comparison of quantitative and rapid appraisal techniques to evaluate firewood species from a southern African savanna Biomass and Bioenergy.
Commonwealth Forestry Review Volume 73 (3), Stackwood volume estimations for miombo woodlands in Malawi J.D. LOWOREI, P.G. ABBOT2 and M. WERREN2 IForestty Research Institute ot Malawi, PO BoxZomba, Malawi 2Department of Forest0', University of Aberdeen, St.
Machar Drive, Aberdeen AB9 2UD SUMMARY One metre billets ofknown volume were piled in I stacks to estimate. A survey of 94 miombo woodland stands was conducted in different parts of Zambia, and stackwood yield for charcoal production was assessed at 90 sites.
The basal area of miombo woodland stands was significantly correlated to the aridity ratio in the study by: Reprints. Abbot, P., Lowore, J. and Werren M. Models for the estimation of single tree volume in four Miombo woodland types.
Forest Ecology and Management, Abbot, P., Lowore, J., Khofi, C. and Werren M. Defining firewood quality: a comparison of quantitative and rapid appraisal techniques to evaluate firewood species from a southern African savanna Biomass and Bioenergy. Evaluation of Natural Regeneration and Tree species Diversity in Miombo Woodlands in Malawi Article (PDF Available) June with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Despite the local livelihoods support function provided by miombo woodlands of Tanzania under participatory forest management, its growth still has potential for carbon storage and sequestration attractive to REDD+ initiatives. This study has revealed the average growth to be significant, despite the local community livelihoods support function.
However, climate change mitigation strategy Cited by: The Malawi government recently established a baseline for forest biomass and carbon stock estimates for targeted forest reserves in miombo woodlands of Malawi .
However, the estimates are unreliable because of the nature of the allometric models that were used. For example, the abovegroundCited by:. Traditional use of Miombo woodland plants was investigated in Ugunda Forest Reserve in Sikonge District, Tanzania.
Collaborative Field Work and Focus Group Discussions were used to generate information on uses of Miombo woodlands. Findings showed that local communities derived various goods and services from Miombo woodlands.
Out of plants recorded, 74species were found to Cited by: 1.Vol. 73, No. 3, Published by: Commonwealth Forestry Association. Stackwood volume estimations for miombo woodlands in Malawi. Stackwood volume estimations for miombo woodlands in Malawi (pp.
) J.D. LOWORE, P.G. ABBOT and M. WERFEN.Lowore, Jimmy D., “Coppice Regeneration in Some Miombo Woodlands of Malawi.” FRIM Report No. Forest Research Institute of Malawi. Lowore-Coppice-Regenerationpdf Lowore, Jimmy D. and Patrick G. Abbot, “Stackwood Volume Estimations for Miombo Woodlands in Malawi.” FRIM Report No.
Forest Research Institute of Malawi.