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  • ISBN: 0855385421
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  • Publisher: Forestry Commission (January 1, 2002)
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This report presents the results for Wales from the Forestry Commission National Inventory of Woodland and Trees (NIWT).

This report presents the results for Wales from the Forestry Commission National Inventory of Woodland and Trees (NIWT). The inventory consists of two separate surveys: - The Main Woodland Survey (MWS) covering woodlands of 2 hectares and over - The Survey of Small Woodland and Trees (SSWT) covering Small Woods, Groups of Trees, Linear Features and Individual Trees. The English and Welsh version are bound back-to-back and the book can be flipped over to read one or the other version of the report. Series: National Inventory of Woodland and Trees

Forest inventories throughout the world have evolved gradually over time Advanced inventory systems have been established in many countries within Europe, as well as outside Europe.

Forest inventories throughout the world have evolved gradually over time. The content as well as the concepts and de?nitions employed are constantly adapted to the users’ needs. Advanced inventory systems have been established in many countries within Europe, as well as outside Europe, as a result of development work spanning several decades, in some cases more than 100 years. With continuously increasing international agreements and commitments, the need for information has also grown drastically, and reporting requests have become more frequent and the content of the reports wider.

WALES- Interpreted Forest Type Woodland Polygon 2ha Data updated by Woodland Surveys for the National Inventory of Woodland and Trees to include Forestry Commission (FC) new planting and New Woodland Grant Schemes, as at 31st March 2002. Woodland consists of areas of tree cover with a crown density of, or likely to achieve, at least 20%, a minimum width of 50 metres and a minimum area of 2ha. Woodland also includes areas that may temporarily be without tree cover following forest operations such as felling

Forest inventory is the systematic collection of data and forest information for assessment or analysis. An estimate of the value and possible uses of timber is an important part of the broader information required to sustain ecosystems.

Forest inventory is the systematic collection of data and forest information for assessment or analysis. When taking forest inventory the following are important things to measure and note: species, diameter at breast height (DBH), height, site quality, age, and defects

Welcome to the Ancient Tree Inventory. The Woodland Trust and Woodland Trust Nature Detectives logos are registered trademarks.

Welcome to the Ancient Tree Inventory. Mapping the oldest and most important trees in the UK. They can live for hundreds of years. And there are more of them in the UK than many other European countries. Help protect our valuable tree heritage. The Woodland Trust is a charity registered in England and Wales (No. 294344) and in Scotland (No. SC038885). A non-profit making company limited by guarantee. Registered in England No. 1982873.

SLU and the greenhouse gas inventory. Full coverage forest information based on a combination of inventory and satellite data. SLU calculates and reports emissions and uptake from Sweden's Land use, Land Use Change and Forestry sector (LULUCF). About the Swedish NFI. 96 years of experience in forest inventory.

As some aspects of woodlands and trees change slowly, some indicators are not updated every year. Instead they're updated every two, three, or five years, in line with the reporting programme of the National Forest Inventory and some Natural Resources Wales surveys

As some aspects of woodlands and trees change slowly, some indicators are not updated every year. Instead they're updated every two, three, or five years, in line with the reporting programme of the National Forest Inventory and some Natural Resources Wales surveys. A few of the indicators are still under development and reporting against these should occur in future years.

National Forest Inventory summary and statistical analysis reports on tree cover outside .

National Forest Inventory summary and statistical analysis reports on tree cover outside woodland in Great Britain. Areas and lengths of hedgerows are also covered. Statistics are reported for GB, England, Scotland, Wales, individual NFI regions within England and Wales, and separately for urban and rural areas.

The Domesday Book of 1086 indicated cover of 15%, "but significant loss of woodland started over four thousand .

The Domesday Book of 1086 indicated cover of 15%, "but significant loss of woodland started over four thousand years ago in prehistory"  . Often-quoted figures for England come from the Forestry Commission, National Inventory of Woodland and Trees (1998), which claims the breakdown is as follows: Private: Personal: 4. % Business (including pension funds) 1. % Public: Forestry Commission 2. % Other central government: . % Local authority 6% Charity . % Forestry or timber business . %.

The evolution of national forest inventories (NFIs) has varied .

The evolution of national forest inventories (NFIs) has varied enormously between countries, and the process still continues. The First National Forest Inventory (NFI) in Greece was initiated in 1963 and covered 11,377,000 ha or 8. % of the entire country (National Inventory of Greece 1992). Areas not covered were primarily agricultural lands which amounted to 1,819,000 ha or 1. % of the country area.



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