Słownik gospodarki wodnej (angielsko polski i polsko angielski), autor: Krzysztof Czekierda. Wersja książkowa słownika dostępna u wydawcy.
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It is vulnerable to habitat destruction and clear felling but some of its range is in protected areas.
As regards protection, we must fight against erosion by preventing such forestry practices as clear felling.
Accelerated runoff and nutrient losses also occur as a result of thinning and especially clear felling.
She also became involved in 1979 in the first forest blockades at Wagerup against clear felling of jarrah forests for bauxite mining.
Unpopular policies, including initiating clear felling of parts of the Warawara kauri forest, also needlessly alienated voters.
Rhizina undulata attack in recently established conifer plantations in areas where slash burning after clear felling has been performed is a well-known phenomenon.
The forest in the Western Ghats has been severely fragmented due to human activities, especially clear felling for tea, coffee, and teak plantations during 1860 to 1950.
For example; in Westland New Zealand this has had a cumulative effect with clear felling of trees increasing in river sediment yield up to eight times.
This species is regarded as the most important pest of conifer seedlings planted after clear felling throughout Europe, especially in countries which use this way of forest management.
The DMP was set up as a result of pressure from the Dublin Mountains Initiative arising from clear felling of forests in the area.
Very few people understand the difference between the old woodland management regimes, and the modern forestry clear felling and plantation approach - let alone the deeper issue of woodland ecology.
This system involves clearing a piece of land by setting fire or clear felling and using the area for growing crops of agricultural importance such as upland rice, vegetables or fruits.
Opposition to the proposed clear felling of 23,000 hectares in the Corral region by the Marubeni Corporation led President Patricio Aylwin to commission a report on the plan.
All activities that may have a negative impact on the reservation; clear felling, industrial fising, industrial gathering of herbs, mushrooms and flowers, the use of motorboats and the parking of vehicles near the river are limited in the zone.
By the end of 19th century, people fully occupied hilly places due to clear felling of forests in and around the catchment area of Pampa river and began intensive cultivation of annual crops like tapioca etc. which resulted large scale soil erosion.