Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editors, P.C. Kotwal, Sujoy Banerjee.|
|Contributions||Kotwal, P. C., Banerjee, Sujoy., National Workshop on "Biodiversity Conservation in Managed Forests and Protected Areas" (1995 : Bhopal, India)|
|LC Classifications||QH77.I4 B55 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||227 p. :|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||98905445|
Highlights Forest loss in protected (PA) and community managed forests (CMF) was compared by meta-analysis. Deforestation rates and driving factors of 40 Pantropical PAs and 33 CFMs were analyzed with QCA. Mean annual rates of forest loss in PAs was greater and more variant than in CMF. PAs are successful at conserving forest in isolated areas with little demographic pressure. Cited by: Books on Bhutan; Books on China; Books on Nepal; Books on Pakistan; Books on Sri Lanka; Botanical Science; Children Books; Commerce and Management; Communication,Journalism and media studies; Earth Sciences; Economics; Education and Psychology; Fashion Designing; Games and Sports; Geography; Geology; Hindi Literature; History; Home Decoration. The creation of protected area networks helps to reduce biodiversity loss and provides significant contributions to global conservation efforts. However, despite the fact that the surface area of designated protected areas has steadily increased since , the rate of biodiversity . Despite of being an exceptionally biodiversity rich country, the forest coverage of Bangladesh is declining at an alarming rate. Declaration and management of protected areas in this regard is one.
It should support African governments and local populations to tackle major drivers of biodiversity loss and environmental degradation in a holistic and systematic way, including support for well managed protected area networks that involve and respect the rights of communities and indigenous peoples. Environmental science and conservation news. Madagascar’s environment minister has criticized the way protected areas are managed in the country, setting the stage for a . Con-currently, the mission of protected areas has expanded from biodiversity conservation to improving human welfare. The result is a shift in favor of protected areas allowing local resource use. Thus far, studies focusing on forests and their services have gained less attention compared with studies on other biomes. Additionally, management practices may potentially undermine the capacity of forests to sustain biodiversity conservation and services in the future, especially outside protected areas.
A total of hectares (ha) of forest land in protected areas — which comprise wildlife sanctuaries, national parks and conservation reserves) — was diverted for developmental projects by the standing committee of the National Board for Wildlife (NBWL) in Habitat loss due to human activities and climate change is synergistically posing serious threats to the global biodiversity leading to irreversible extinction of several species. In wake of recent extinction, several forests are declared as protected areas where no more human activities are allowed. However, the scope of these protected areas got broadened from mere conservation to poverty. A. Case studies of Forest Protected Areas 37 IUCN Category Ia Forest Protected Area: Wo Long Nature Reserve, Sichuan, China 37 IUCN Category Ib Forest Protected Area: Misty Fiords National Monument, Alaska, USA 39 IUCN Category II Forest Protected Area: Girraween National Park, Queensland, Australia 40 IUCN Category III Forest Protected Area. A non-intervention approach based on protected areas is a common strategy for forest biodiversity conservation (Bernes et al., ; Peterken, ). Creating areas with very limited human influence has also been adopted globally as one of the key actions that can halt the further loss of biodiversity.