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    28 December 2007, Volume 0 Issue 6
    Some Characteristics and Management Approaches on Forest Law Enforcement
    ZHANG Songdan, WANG Peng
    2007, 0(6):  1-5. 
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    This paper has analyzed the characteristics of the forest law enforcement and pointed out how to strengthen the forest law enforcementin the period of building the modern forestry.
    Research on the Issues and countermeasures of Forest Resources Property Right System in China
    LI Weizhong, YANG Jun, CUI Xun
    2007, 0(6):  6-11. 
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    Based on the latest research at home and abroad,we reviewed and summed up our forest resources and the history and current status ofthe property right system. The five main issues have been analyzed on China’sforest resources and property right system. Those are: (a) weak sense of ownership, (b) incomplete main body of ownership and unclear right and liability, (c) lack of scientifically defined property rights, (d) property contents incomplete, and restricted disposing right, and (e) inappropriate government intervention. Six countermeasures have been put out to solve above problems.
    Research on the Issues of Unsound Forestland Circulation and Transfer in the Construction of Ecological Public Welfare Forests in Zhejiang Province
    ZHENG Siwei, HAN Guokang, TANG Zhi, REN Linghua
    2007, 0(6):  12-15. 
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    This article introduced the behavior and its harm of unsound forestland circulation and transfer, analyzed the induced factor of unsound forestland circulation and transfer in the construction of ecological publicwelfare forests in Zhejiang Province, made suggestions on leading fine forestland circulation and transfer in the construction of ecological public welfare forests in Zhejiang Province.
    Field Study on Land Desertification in Northwest Sichuan
    WANG Xinjian, LIN Qiong, DAI Shengmao
    2007, 0(6):  16-20. 
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    Based on the field study on the land desertification in northwest Sichuan Province, the authors of this paper analysized the current state and cause of land desertification in northwest Sichuan Province. From theperspectives of sicientific outlook on development and building the new socialistcountryside, the authors put forward some countermeasures for control and prevention of land desertification in northwest Sichuan with an aim to provide a sicientific basis for decision/policy making for the desertification combating efforts in the country.
    Issues and Countermeasures of Ecological Compensation in Tibet
    WANG Jingsheng, BAI Fenglai, LIU Dejing, PU Qiong
    2007, 0(6):  21-24. 
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    The ecological compensation of Tibet has been improvedeffectively since the start of the ecological projects which have the significance of ecological compensation. However, the ecological compensation in Tibet still has some deficiency. The article analyzed the issues existing in the ecological compensation of Tibet from the aspects of the investment of the country, the policy on forest cutting limit and the value of ecological services, and madesuggestions on establishing an ecological compensation system of Tibet.
    Study on Problems of Using Foreign Loans for China'sForestry
    LIU Ping, LI Dongsheng
    2007, 0(6):  25-28. 
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    On the basis of reviewing the situation of using foreign loans for China's forestry during the past 25 years, the authors analyze the features and the existing problems, and put forward some countermeasures that shall be taken to deal with the issues in using foreign loans for forestry.
    Study on Conservation of Old and Rare Trees in Beijing
    WANG Danying, WANG Jianwei, PAN Shenglei
    2007, 0(6):  29-33. 
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    This paper has expounded current conservation and management status of old and rare trees in Beijing. Problems and root causes related to the management have been briefed, and related countermeasures have been putforward.
    Economics-based Thinking from Crack Down on Illegal Activities of Destroying Wildlife Resources in Guangdong Poovince
    ZHANG Gaowen, DING Haisheng
    2007, 0(6):  34-37. 
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    From the economics point of view, the authors of thispaper have made an in-depth analysis on crack down on the illegal activities ofdestroying wildlife resources in Guangdong and put forward countermeasures for dealing with and controlling such illegal activities.
    Reflections upon the Relationship between Forest Resources Supervision and Forest Resources Management
    CAO Shu
    2007, 0(6):  38-41. 
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    Analyses is made concerning the relationship betweenforest resources supervision and forest resources management based on the elaboration of their connotations. Proposals are accordingly provided on how to appropriately balance their relationship.
    Asset Management and Sustainable Utilization of the Nature Reserve’s Intangible Resources
    WANG Zuliang, SHENYueqin, LIU Julian, ZAN Min
    2007, 0(6):  42-45. 
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    The concept of intangible resources is introduced. Based on the concept the intangible resources of the nature reserve are devided into three types, which are humanistic, ornamental and usable. The authorsof this paper put forward suggestions on management of those resources to realize thesustainable use of the nature reserve's resources.
    Existing Problems & Countermeasures of the Cutting Technological Design of the Commercial Plantations
    SU Zuyun, LI Yu, XIAO Lin, ZHANG Dajiang
    2007, 0(6):  46-50. 
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    In accordance with the importance of the commercial plantation and distribution characteristics of harvesting, this paper analyzes theexisting problems inthe cutting technological design of the commercial plantation in the present project area, and put forward appropriate countermeasures. Meanwhile, the paper also clarifies the links to be taken seriously in the process of the internal business calculating and design result compilation.
    Discussion on the Method of Estimation for the Demands of Occupation and Requisition of Forestland —With the Example of Hunan Province
    GUAN Yuanbao, LI Hui, ZHU Zhizheng
    2007, 0(6):  51-54. 
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    With the example of the estimation of demands of occupation and requisition of forestland during the Eleventh Five-Year Plan in HunanProvince, a regression model for the overall scale of construction land was build with SPSS13.0, and also the method of estimation for the demand of occupation and requisition of forestland was discussed in this paper.
    The Species Composition and Diversity of Different Plant Communities in Fujian
    LIN Qinqin, LI Baoyin
    2007, 0(6):  55-57. 
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    The species diversity of the broadleaf forest in Fujian was measured by means of species diversity index,species evenness and species richness index. It indicated that the broadleaf forest was important inFujian,especially the hard broad-leaf forest and that the distribution of broadleaf forest was homogeneous and the protection of the vegetation was good asa whole.
    Comparison Among Three Assets Evaluation Methods on Eucalyptus Forest
    WEN Yingqian
    2007, 0(6):  58-60. 
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    The article introduces three assets evaluation methods on Eucalyptus forest: replacement cost method, present earning value method and market-based forest value method. After having analyzed comparatively application conditions, advantage and disadvantage of every method, theauthor of this paper pointed out the factors that should be given attention toin the evaluation operation, and hoped the article could help others.
    Effects of Different Fertilizer Application Techniques on the Growth of Young Taxus chinensis Stands
    JAN Ronglin
    2007, 0(6):  61-63. 
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    Orthogonal experiments were made on applying differentfertilizers, and the effects of different amounts applied and different methodson the growth of the young Taxus chinensis stands. The results show that application of A3 (potassium sulfate compound fertilizer and fermented cow excrement)+B2 (10g potassium sulfate compound fertilizer and 100g fermented cow excrement)+C1 (applying fertilizer in furrows) yields best results in the hilly areas at anelevation of over 600 meters in south fujian Province. The average collar of the young Taxus chinensis stocks can reach 2.5cm and the average height 146.3cm.
    Effects of Different Management Techniques for Scion Plucking Nursery on Production of Acacia mangium Bud Sticks
    TANG Jiarong
    2007, 0(6):  64-66. 
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    The orthogonal experiments were conducted on row spacing of mother trees, different cutting heights and effects of different base fertilizers on production of Acacia mangium buds and sticks. The results show thatthe combination of row spacing of mother trees at 20cm×25cm plus application of1125kg/hm2 of potassium sulfate compound fertilizer plus the cutting height at 25cm from rootstock of the mother tree yields best result, which can maximize the production.
    Assessment of Desert Ecosystem Service Benefits in Western China
    REN Hongchang, SUN Jingmei, ZHU Linghui JIANG Ying
    2007, 0(6):  67-69. 
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    We try to do an integrated assessment of desert ecosystem conditions based on theory of ecosystem functions in western China. The result of this assessment is that total value of desert ecosystem servicefunctions in western China is ¥53.72 billion every year. The conclusion is that total value of desert ecosystem service is much more than what people can imagine. The physical product that is used in economic accounting is only a little part of ecosystem service functions.
    The Problems and Countermeasures of the Assessment on Giant Panda's Habitat Quality
    ZHOU Jiemin
    2007, 0(6):  70-72. 
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    The problems and current state of the assessment on giant panda habitat quality are analysed and the countermeasures are put forward.
    Applications of LIDAR Technology in Forestry Investigation
    ZHANG Yanlin, FENG Zhongke, YANG Bogang, MA Youping, YAO Shan
    2007, 0(6):  73-77. 
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    This paper studied measurement of tree heights by using LIDARtechnology. The total station precisely measured height and volume of the 37 selected sample trees, which served as measured sample data. With the analysis ofBPNeural Networks, function equation was established to fit LIDAR images to real-measured tree height and volume data, which processed realization of using LIDARdata to calculate individual tree volume. It can be drawn from the fitting result that correlative coefficient of height was 0.993 2 and mean residual sum of squares was 0.086 312, correlative coefficient of volume was 0.974 7 and mean residual sum of squares was 0.000 310 5, this result metthe requirement of forestry investigation precision. It also set a good examplefor forestry tables making.
    RS-based Monitoring of Forest Net Primary Productivity in Northeast China
    LIU Xiyun, SUN Xiangyang, XIA Chaozong, WANG Haidong
    2007, 0(6):  78-83. 
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    In this paper, a NPP model (Forest-BGPG) is introducedto estimate forest NPP with the support of 1km daily MODIS data in 2003, taking Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces as study areas. The results showthat forest NPP in study area in 2003 is 3.7MgC/hm2. Differential tempo-spatial pattern of forest NPP also appears in study areas, NPP of evergreen coniferous forest is 4.1, that of deciduous broadleaf forest, evergreen broadleaf forest and mixed forest is 4.0, 3.8 and 3.9 respectively, and deciduous coniferousforest is lowest, only 3.5. Higher NPP happens in East Liaoning and Changbaimountain, more than 6.3, and Daxinganning mountain is less than 3.2. By comparing with existing national study results and global NPP products in 2003, estimate exactly figures out actual productivity of forest ecosystems, and model provides an effectively continuous way for dynamic monitoring of forest productivityand carbon stock.
    Timber Volume Evaluation of Intensively-managed Plantation of Poplar Based on RS Technology
    WANG Lei, ZHANG Xinhua, SONG Naiping, XU Xiumei, YANGWei, XU Kun
    2007, 0(6):  84-88. 
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    The authors of this paper choose the base of poplar forest and paper integration of Zhongye Meili Paper Industry Group in Zhongwei City as the research object, use the CBERS/CCD image and synchronous plot data, as well as method of correlation analysis to screen out two variables NDVI and RVI. The correlation coefficient between stem volume and NDVI and RVI is 0.948 and 0.981. Then three regression simulation equations are modeled for gauge stem volume based on NDVI, RVI, NDVI and RVI,respectively. The R2 of simulation equations is 0.899, 0.963 and 0.987, respectively. All the simulation equations pass the correlation examination. The forest timber volume of the target plot is 641804.70m3, 655889.57m3 and 672143.34m3 respectively.
    Comparison on Methods of Drawing Maps for the Feasibility Report of Using Forest Land by Common Software
    SHENG Li
    2007, 0(6):  89-92. 
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    The map of the feasibility report of using forest landis a type of forest thematic maps. These maps are important parts of project accomplishment. They are additional and explanatory in reports. Based ona simple example, the paper compares characteristics of drawing maps by some common software. Finally, the paper introduces a method of comprehensive work bysome software.
    Problems and Countermeasures in Developing A Public Welfare Forest Resources Database for Jiangxi Province
    ZHANG Guanghui, XU Hui
    2007, 0(6):  93-95. 
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    In this paper an analysis is made on the problems existing in the graphic and attribute database of the public welfare forests in Jiangxi which are included in the subsidy plan of the central government and some countermeasures are put forward to cope with such problems.
    The Main Experience of Green Management in the National Parks of New Zealand and its Enlightenment for Yunnan Province
    YANG Guihua, NIU Hongwei, MENG Rui, MA Jianzhong
    2007, 0(6):  96-104. 
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    The main experience of national park construction in New Zealand, a beautiful country on the Southern Hemisphere, can be concluded asgreen management. The green management can be represented as three specific aspects:1) In the macroscopic layer of environment protection management, the ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION LAW of New Zealand was issued as the supreme law, to rule and coordinate all the related laws, including the law of wildlife protection, thelawof wildlife control, the law of natural reserve, the law of national parks, thelawof marine reserve, forming a relatively perfect law system of environment protection. In the national administration system, the Ministry of Protection is a powerful and independent national ministry to over rule the management of land, forest and wildlife, and to direct the committee of environment, playing an important role in the nation’s administration. In action, a management model of an integrated management system participated by community residents and government was formed and practiced well.2) At the level of national park development strategy, the idea of green nation was emphasized. National parks were recognizedas the green Brand of the nation and the value of green and healthy nation was advanced widely. 3) At the microscopic level of national park management, green planning and green technique design were promoted widely, and also the mechanism of franchise management regulations and the local resident participatory protection action were effectively enhanced. All these practices and experience areof important enlightening significance to the construction of the national parkin northwestern Yunnan, one of the first several national parks in China.
    Comparative Analysis on Chinese and Japanese Private Forest Subsidy Systems
    XIE Zhizhong, WANG Canxiong, YANG Jianzhou
    2007, 0(6):  105-110. 
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    In this paper, a comparative analysis was made on related private forest subsidy policies in china and Japan and put forward suggestions on the establishment and development of the Chinese private forest subsidy system.