|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.