Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Advances in Forest Management under Global Change

Edited by Ling Zhang

Jiangxi Agricultural University

Advances in forest management will enhance the sustainable development of human society, and should be focused on. Under the context of global change, soil nutrients, especially nitrogen, should be carefully managed and monitored in plantations experiencing intensive nitrogen input, and forests with exotic plant invasion disturbance, considering its substantial contribution to global nitrous oxide. One negative effect of global change could be loss of biodiversity, which could be maintained by forest management. In addition, advanced technologies should also be developed to prevent fire in forests considering its increased frequency. Importantly, policies and technologies should also be developed for advanced forest management, such as deep learning in plant disease prevention, and quantitative strategic planning matrix in management of forest conservation.

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Advances in Forest Management under Global ChangeEdited by Ling Zhang

Published: September 9th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.87525

ISBN: 978-1-83968-307-7

Print ISBN: 978-1-83968-306-0

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83968-308-4

Copyright year: 2020

Books open for chapter submissions

3282 Total Chapter Downloads

2 Crossref Citations

1 Web of Science Citations

3 Dimensions Citations


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1. Nitrogen Cycling and Soil Amelioration in Camellia oleifera Plantations

By Bangliang Deng and Ling Zhang


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2. Research Progress of Forest Land Nutrient Management in China

By Zhi Li, Yanmei Wang, Xiaodong Geng, Qifei Cai and Xiaoyan Xue


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3. Plant Invasion and N2O Emission in Forest Ecosystems

By Nasir Shad, Ling Zhang, Ghulam Mujtaba Shah, Fang Haifu, Muhammad Ilyas, Abbas Ali and Salman Ali Khan


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4. Increasing Biodiversity of Russian Taiga Forests by Creating Mixed Forest Cultures of Scots Pine and Siberian Larch

By Elena Runova


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5. Sustainable Management of National Parks and Protected Areas for Conserving Biodiversity in India

By Abhishek Kumar, Rajni Yadav, Meenu Patil, Pardeep Kumar, Ling Zhang, Amandeep Kaur, Sheenu Sharma, Sabir Hussain, Diksha Tokas and Anand Narain Singh


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6. Gypsum/Desulfurization Fly Ash/Activated Shale Char/Claystone of Şırnak with Popped Biochar Composite Granules as Fire Inhibitor for Fire Hazard Risk in Forest Management

By Yıldırım Ismail Tosun


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7. Use of Fractal Analysis in the Evaluation of Deforested Areas in Romania

By Daniel Constantin Diaconu, Răzvan Mihail Papuc, Daniel Peptenatu, Ion Andronache, Marian Marin, Răzvan Cătălin Dobrea, Cristian Constantin Drăghici, Radu-Daniel Pintilii and Alexandra Grecu


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8. Automatic Recognition of Tea Diseases Based on Deep Learning

By Jing Chen and Junying Jia


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9. Forest Conservation Management Using SWOT Analysis and QSPM Matrix (Case Study in the Baluran National Park, East Java, Indonesia)

By Adil Siswanto


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