Resource whose supply becomes available for use at different time intervals and in which present use does not diminish future supply.
The physical examination of marked trees left after timber harvesting, for purposes of determining the condition and extent of damage.
An extensive, relatively isolated, and uninhabited area which is difficult to access and is designated to protect the natural resources of the area for future use and prevent or contain development activities that could affect the resources, pending the establishment of sustainable resources utilization goals which are based upon appropriate information and planning.
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A root inhabiting fungi characterized by an expanding parasitic phase on the living host plant by declining saprophytic phase after its death.
The number of years between the initial establishment of plantation and the time when it is considered ready for harvesting.
Lumber as it comes from the saw prior to any dressing operation.
A portion of total rainfall from a given area that appears in natural or artificial surface streams.