Includes bibliographical references (v. 1, p. 163-175) and indexes.
|Statement||by Ingrid Roth & Ana-Maria Giménez de Bolzón.|
|Series||Encyclopedia of plant anatomy =, Handbuch der Pflanzenanatomie. Spezieller Teil ;, Bd. 14, T. 5 =, Traité d"anatomie végétale, Handbuch der Pflanzenanatomie (1956) ;, Bd. 14, T. 5.|
|Contributions||Giménez de Bolzón, Ana-Maria.|
|LC Classifications||SD156.G68 R68 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > :|
|LC Control Number||98124447|
This volume is the second of a 3-part set on dendrological studies in the Argentine Chaco. This book aims to study the humid Chaco forests with their special peculiarities and to find differences in dendrological aspects, as well as in bark and wood structure, so as to compare them with other Chaco forest Cited by: 2. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Argentine Chaco forests. The semi-arid Chaco, Vol Part 5. Ingrid Roth, Ana-Maria Giménez de Bolzón. Borntraeger, 0 Reviews. Argentine Chaco Forests Dendrology, tree structure and economic use 2. The humid Chaco. pages, 27 figures, 24 tables, 18x24cm, g Language: English (Encyclopedia of Plant Anatomy, Band XIV / 7) ISBN , bound, price: € in stock and ready to shipAuthor: Ingrid Roth, Ana-Maria Gimenez. In the Argentine Gran Chaco, deforestation has eaten away relentlessly at the native forests, including areas that should be protected under the country’s forest law. According to Argentina.
Redes Chaco (Chaco Networks): Gaining visibility for issues crucial to the eco-region and for creating participatory governance.; Nativo, Bosques y su Gente (Native Forests and Their People): A bi-national (Chile-Argentina) initiative aimed at reducing the rates of deforestation and degradation of native forests through citizen participation, teaching how to sustainably use and manage forests. The Chaco woodlands have been gradually replaced with cropland and ranches over the past several decades, but it’s disappearing even faster in recent years. From to , for example, Argentina, Paraguay and Bolivia—the three countries that share most of the Chaco—lost native vegetation at an average rate of more than an acre per minute. At , hectares, it’s now the largest national park in northern Argentina and a beacon of hope for the entire Gran Chaco, which fans out into Paraguay, Bolivia and Brazil (where it is. Over the last two decades, the Chaco region has experienced accelerated land-conversion processes that have developed into a mosaic of disturbances attributable to fires, forest logging, and livestock grazing in its native forests. In this paper, we describe the species composition and structure of two forests in semi-arid Argentine Chaco.
Red Book of Mammals of Argentina, the species had been classified as in the jaguar population in the Argentine Chaco Seco ecoregion, with a probability of extinction in some areas. In addition to the increasing risk from impairing the environment in the Chaco forests, which endangers not only the. . In the Argentine Chaco (which represents more than 60% of the ent ire Cha co region), annual deforestation rates for the last 5 years have varied betwe en % a nd. To assess these questions, we focused on the Chaco, a million ha ecoregion extending into Argentina, Bolivia, and Paraguay, with about 8 million ha of deforestation in – We used panel regressions at the district level to quantify the role of soybean expansion in driving these forest losses using a wide range of environmental and. Chaco, Argentina – Greenpeace Argentina activists are in the Chaco Forest documenting illegal deforestation contributing to massive flooding across northern Argentina. Just yesterday, the activists confronted a bulldozer that was illegally clearing forest in a protected area.