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The application of forest sustainable management framework and community participation adjacent to Doi Laung wildlife sanctuary, Thailand

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This paper present the data for monitoring forest conditions and forest resource management by a local community adjacent to the Doi Laung Wildlife Sanctuary, Huaimai Sub-district, Song District, Phrae Province, Thailand. This study uses quantitative forest surveys, interviews, discussions, and descriptions of the historical context of public participation in forest management including a detailed assessment of field conditions. The findings of a forest resources inventory show that (1) from the three sampled areas, Doi Laung Wildlife Sanctuary has highest richness, followed by village #16 and #14, and (2) Huaikhon #16 implied the process of framework to maintain a healthy condition and response to community needs with collective management. The conceptual model assessment that links key group indicators and drivers is presented based on previously developed assessment models. The framework focuses on the best way to provide forest management, forest fire prevention, and firefighting as well as monitoring of Check-dam construction and other activities that support the recovery of the forest community. This paper demonstrates the general of an environmental assessment framework to applying organize environmental information to facilitate policy decision making for the sustainable development.

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The Role of Phytodiversity in Riparian Alder Forests in Supporting the Provision of Ecosystem Services

ethics of biodiversity. In Nature. vol. 405, 2000, pp. 208–211. TILMAN, D. 2001. Functional diversity. In Encyclopedia of Biodiversity (ed. Levin, S.A.). San Diego, CA : Academic Press, 2001. pp. 109–120. TÓTHOVÁ, A. – HALADA, Ľ. 2015. Ecological evaluation of grassland in the Hodrušská Hornatina highlands (the 1 st results). In 17 th International Symposium. Book of abstract. VELLEND, M. – GEBER, M. A. 2005. Connections between species diversity and genetic diversity. In Ecology Letters, vol. 8, 2005, pp. 767–781. WEISS, M. 1967. Vegetačné

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Monitoring of Moth Pests in Apple Tree Orchard

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The work suggests importance of monitoring apple tree pests from moth group in growing conditions of Nitra, Slovakia. In 2014 there was observed occurrence of moths e.g. Codling moth (Cydia pomonella L.), Appleseed moth (Grapholita lobarzewskii Now.), Hawthorn berry moth (G. janthinana Dup.), and Summer fruit tortrix moth (Adoxophyes orana Fish. v. Roesl.) in the apple tree orchard located in the Botanical Garden of SUA in Nitra with help of pheromone traps. The date of first generation occurrence of Codling moth, Appleseed moth and Summer fruit tortrix moth was recorded on April 23. All the pests showed two peaks of flight activity, but with Hawthorn berry moth three periods of higher occurrence were recorded. The course of temperatures influenced number of pests trapped in traps remarkably. The number of pest individuals was highly influenced by rainy weather and lower temperatures in months when there was expected their highest harmfulness. The recorded values might be influenced by plant species diversity of the experimental orchard as well as that of the surrounding area.

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GRADIENT ANALYSIS OF IMPORTANCE OF SPONTANEOUSLY OCCURRING VASCULAR PLANT SPECIES IN ENERGY TREE AND GRASS STANDS

canescens. In: Climate change, economic development, environment and people conference, 2012, pp. 177-181. SAGE, R. B. 1999. Weed competition in willow coppice crops: the cause and extent of yield losses. In: Weed Research, vol. 39, 1999, pp. 399-411. SEMERE, T. - SLATER, F. M. 2007. Ground flora, small mammal and bird species diversity in miscanthus (Miscanthus x giganteus) and reed canary-grass (Phalaris arundinacea) fields. In: Biomass and Bioenergy, vol. 31, 2007, pp. 20-29. VOLK, T. A. - VERWIJST, TH. - THARAKAN, P. J

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