|Official Development Assistance||
An Official Development Assistance (ODA) refers to foreign-aid coming from official sources (such as government agencies and instrumentalities) and primarily intended to promote the economic and social development of recipient countries.
|old growth forest|
Essential oil that occurs in or exudes from many plants, especially softwoods.
The landward side from the mean tide elevation, including submerged lands in lakes, rivers and creeks.
|open broadleaved plantation forest||
Forest plantation where the crown cover is between 10% to 40% of the area.
A naturally occurring substance or material from which a mineral or element can be mined or processed for profit.
A structural board in which layers of narrow wafers are layered alternately at right angles in order to give the board greater elastomechanical properties.
|other land with tree cover||
The land primarily not under forest having more than 0.5 hectare with a canopy cover of more than 10% of trees at maturity. It includes urban parks and gardens.
|other wooded land||
Lands either with a crown cover (or equivalent stocking level) of 5-10% of trees able to reach a height of 5 meters at maturity; or a crown cover (or equivalent stocking level) of more than 10% not able to reach a height of 5 meters at maturity (e.g. dwarfed or stunted trees); or with shrubs or bush cover of more than 10%.
Wood dried to a relatively constant weight in a ventilated cover at 102 to 105 degrees Celsius.
A tree whose crown is entirely below the general level of the crown cover receiving no direct light either from above or from the sides.