|National Integrated Protected Areas System
The classification and administration of all designated protected areas to maintain essential ecological processes and life-support systems, to preserve genetic diversity, to ensure sustainable use of resources found therein, and to maintain their natural conditions to the greatest extent possible.
Species that is normally found as part of a particular ecosystem.
|natural biotic area
An area set aside to allow the way of life of societies living in harmony with the environment to adapt to modern technology at their pace.
A relatively small area focused on the protection of small features to protect or preserve nationally significant natural features on account of their special interest or unique characteristics.
|natural other land
Land not classified as forest or other wooded land undisturbed by man.
A relatively large area not materially altered by human activity where extractive resources uses not allowed and is maintained to protect outstanding natural and scenic areas of national or international significance for scientific, educational, recreational use.
The establishment of a plant or a plant age class from natural seeding, sprouting, suckering or layering.
The amount of preservative retained in wood immediately after completion of treating operation.
The property, plant and equipment as reflected in the audited financial statement of the contractor net of depreciation, as computed for tax purposes, excluding appraisal increase and construction in progress.
|net consumptive use
The consumptive use decreased by the estimated contribution by rainfall toward the production of irrigated crops. Net consumptive use is sometimes called crop irrigation requirement.
Roofing materials made from the fronds of nipa palm (Nypa fruticans).
The capacity of urban forest to reduce ambient noise level in urban environment.