The Commonwealth Forestry Review, Volumes 1 à 2

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Commonwealth Forestry Association., 1922
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Page 272 - Ordinance. (2) The reservation for the purpose of economic management and development of forest land under conditions which prevent the alienation of any which is primarily suitable for forests, except for reasons consistent with the maintenance of the forest policy as a whole. (3) The assurance to the Forest Authority of funds sufficient to carry out the accepted policy for a series of years. (4) The grant to members of the forestry service of the status of civil servants with due provision for...
Page 272 - The grant to members of the forestry services of the status of civil servants with due provision for pension. 5. The appointment as the chief officers of the forestry service of persons having a high standard of training in forestry, their selection and promotion being by merit alone. 6. The establishment in each of the larger parts of the Empire and for the Colonies not possessing responsible government collectively, of an officer or officers, having special duties of advising as to forest policy...
Page 274 - Board, but urges that the scope of the Board's work be extended considerably so that, in addition to fundamental research, it may undertake investigations leading to the application of the results of research to commercial practice, in accordance with the methods which have been found profitable in the United States of America, Canada, and India. This Conference further urges that immediate steps be taken to establish in Great Britain a well-equipped Forest Products Laboratory.
Page 145 - Dominion" means any of the following Dominions, that is to say, the Dominion of Canada, the Commonwealth of Australia, the Dominion of New Zealand, the Union of South Africa, the Irish Free State and Newfoundland.
Page 162 - The success of the conference was due in large measure to the sincerity, organizational work and friendliness of the Czech hosts.
Page 259 - Bombay-built, after running fourteen or fifteen years, have been bought into the navy and were considered as strong as ever. The Sir Edward Hughes performed, I believe, eight voyages as an Indiaman...
Page 272 - Status In order to attain continuity in the development of forest resources it is desirable that certain elements of stability be secured in the constitution of the forest policy. This may be done by the following measures : — (1) The definition (where this has not been done already) of forest policy in a Forestry Act or Ordinance. (2) The reservation for the purpose of economic management and development of forest land under conditions which prevent the alienation of any which is primarily suitable...
Page 272 - In order to attain continuity in the development of forest resources it is desirable that certain elements of stability be secured in the constitution of the forest policy. This may be done by the following measures :, — (1) The definition (where this has not been done already) of forest policy in a Forestry Act or Ordinance, (2) The reservation for the purpose of economic management and development of forest land under conditions which prevent the alienation of any which is primarily suitable...
Page 297 - ... as means of transport improve and as market prices for forest products rise. This applies particularly to north Russia, which has fully four times as great an area of undeveloped softwood forest as it has of merchantable forest. A comparison between annual growth and annual consumption of softwoods shows that only three countries in Europe, namely, Sweden, Finland and Montenegro, have a credit balance. Other countries, although some of them may temporarily appear as exporters of timber, do not...
Page 272 - ... of timber and other forest products, and of maintaining and improving climatic conditions in the interests of agriculture and water supply, each of the Governments of the Empire should lay down a definite forest policy to be administered by a properly constituted and adequate forest service.

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