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close this bookIntegrating criteria and indicators of sustainable forest management in the national forest programmes. (1997)
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Open this folder and view contentsI. NATIONAL FOREST PROGRAMMES AND CRITERIA & INDICATORS OF SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT
View the documentII. A PRELIMINARY STUDY
Open this folder and view contentsIII. A COMPARATIVE APPROACH
Open this folder and view contentsIV. A PROCEDURE TO BE CONDUCTED
View the documentV. THE ROLE OF FOREST RESOURCES ASSESSMENT SYSTEMS
View the documentANNEX 1: LIST OF INDICATORS
View the documentANNEX 2: THE INDICATORS RECOGNISED IN THE SECTOR-BASED NFP STUDIES
View the documentANNEX 3: INDICATORS RECOGNISED IN THE NFPS OF THE COUNTRIES STUDIED
View the documentANNEX 4: INDICATORS DEFINED FOLLOWING THE NFP THEMES
View the documentANNEX 5: PROPOSITIONS FOR THE USE OF CRITERIA AND INDICATORS
View the documentANNEX 6: POSSIBLE INDICATORS FOR SECTOR-BASED STUDIES OF THE NFP PROCESS
View the documentANNEX 7: THE INDICATORS OF GFRA 2000 AND THEIR ROLE IN THE NFP PROCESS

ANNEX 5: PROPOSITIONS FOR THE USE OF CRITERIA AND INDICATORS

FOREST MANAGEMENT

Formulation Indicators

Implementation Indicators

Monitoring Indicators

Evaluation Indicators

Situation

Alert

Initial set a 0




- Valorization of local expertise, knowledge and local technologies
- Transfer and adaptation of appropriate technologies



Set a 1

- Forest area/1
- Other wooded land area/2
- Area of forest and vegetation types/3

- Research and extension capacity

-Forest area/1
- Other wooded land area /2
- Area of forest and vegetation types/3

Results of: Initial set a 0 + Set a1: analysis of Forest Inventory

Supplementary set a 2

- Forest area converted to other uses/9
- Forest area and other wooded land burnt annually/38

- Forest area converted to other uses /2
- % of managed forest according to a management plan or management guidelines/55

Results of: Initial set a 0 + Set al + Supplementary set a 2: analysis of Forest Management

Organization of set of Indicators for Forest Management

Set a 0 + Set a 1: Forest Inventory + Set a 2: Forest Management

ECOSYSTEMS CONSERVATION

Formulation

Indicators

Implementation Indicators

Monitoring Indicators

Evaluation Indicators

Situation

Alert

Initial set b 0

- Forest area/1
- Other wooded land area/2
- Area of forest and vegetation types/3
- Forest plantation area per species category/4
- Average standing volume, possibly by vegetation zones or site classes/15
- Area of forest land available for wood production/57

- Forest area converted to other uses /9
- Number of endangered forests, and change process/33

- Valorization of local expertise, knowledge and local technologies
- Transfer and adaptation of appropriate technologies
- Research and extension capacity

- Forest area/1
- Other wooded land area /2
- Area of forest and vegetation types/3
- Forest plantations Area per species category/4
- Average standing volume, possibly by vegetation zones or site classes/15
- Area of forest land available for wood production/57

- % of managed forest according to a management plan or management guidelines/55

Set b1


- Forest area and % of area managed primarily for soil protection/66
- Forest area and % of area managed primarily for water protection/67

- Forest area and % of area managed primarily for soil protection/66
- Forest area and % of area managed primarily for water protection/67

Results of: Initial set b 0 + Set b1: analysis of Environment, Soil and Water Conservation

Set b1-1

- Forest land area with a conserahle soil erosion/68

- Number of endangered forests, and change process/33

Results of: Initial set b 0 + Set b 1 + Set b 1 -1: analysis of Watershed Management

Set b2

- Area of natural forest or forest assimilated as such, and change process/23
- Number of forest species/32
- Area managed with primary objective leisure and tourism/75

- Management of landscape/77

- Area of natural forest or forest assimilated as such, and change process/23
- Number of forest species/32
- Area managed with primary objective leisure and tourism/75

Results of: Initial set b0 + Set b2: analysis of Nature Conservation System, National Parks and Protected Area

Set b2-1

- Area of strictly protected forest reserves, and forests that are protected by a special management regime and change process/26

- Area of strictly protected forest reserves, and forests that are protected by a special management regime and change process/26

- Production of non-wood forest products/80

Results of Initial set b0+ Set b2 + Set b2-1- analysis of Wildlife Management and Protected Areas

Set b2-1-1


- Share of forest sector in GNP/GDP




- Share of forest sector in GNP/GDP

Results of: Initial set b 0 + Set b2 + Set b2-1 + Set b2-1-1: analysis of Wildlife Resources

Results of the whole set: analysis of Ecosystems Conservation


FOREST GENETIC and SEEDS analysed by the following set:

Formulation Indicators

Implementation Indicators

Monitoring Indicators

Evaluation Indicators

Situation

Alert

- Area of forest and vegetation types/3
- Area of strictly protected forest reserves, and forests that are protected by a special management regime and change process/26
- Number of forest species/32
- Forest plantations area per species category/4

- Valorization of local expertise, knowledge and local technologies
- Transfer and adaptation of appropriate technologies
- Research and extension capacity

- Area of strictly protected forest reserves, and forests that are protected by a special management regime and change process/26
- Forest plantations area per species category/4

- Proportion of plantations managed for the conservation and the use of forest genetic resources/29

FUELWOOD SECTOR analysed by the following set:

Formulation Indicators

Implementation Indicators

Monitoring Indicators

Evaluation Indicators

Situation

Alert

- Forest area/1
- Other wooded land area /2
- Forest plantationa area per species category/4
- Biomass according to forest types/11
- Total standing volume/14
- Average standing volume possibly by vegetation zones or site classes/15
- Average consumption of fuelwood per caput and per year/63
- Value from biomass energy

- Forest area converted to other uses/9

-Valorization of local expertise, knowledge and local technologies
- Transfer and adaptation of appropriate technologies
- Research and extension capacity

- Forest plantationa area per species category/4
- Forest area converted to other uses/9
- Biomass according to forest types/11
- Area of forest land available for wood production/57
- Volume of estimated sustainable forest production compared to total production/61
- Average consumption of fuelwood per caput and per year/63
- Benefits accruing to local communities
- Value from biomass energy-
Forest sector trade balance

- % of managed forest according to a management plan or management guidelines/55

FORESTRY LAND USE

Formulation Indicators

Implementation Indicators

Monitoring Indicators

Evaluation Indicators

Situation

Alert

Initial set c 0

- Forest area/1
- Other wooded land area/2
- Area of forest and vegetation types/3
- Forest plantations area per species categories/4

- Forest area converted to other uses/9
- Forest area and other wooded land burnt annually/38
- Forest land area with a considerable soil erosion/68

- Valorization of local expertise, knowledge and local technologies
- Transfer and adaptation of appropriate technologies
- Research and extension capacity

- Forest area/1
- Other wooded land area/2
- Area of forest and vegetation types/3
- Forest plantations area per species category/4
- Forest area converted to other uses /9

- % of managed forest according to a management plan or management guidelines/55

Set c1

- Total standing volume/14
- Average standing volume possibly by vegetation zones or site classes/15
- Value of wood products
- Value of non-wood forest products
- Average consumption of fuelwood per caput and per year/63

- Total standing volume/14
- Average standing volume possibly by vegetation zones or site classes/15
- Value of wood products
- Value of non-wood forest products
- Average consumption of fuelwood per caput and per year/63

Results of: Initial set c 0 + Set c1: analysis of Management of Forest Resources and Village Lands

Set c2

- Average consumption of fuelwood per caput and per year/63
- Benefits accruing to local communities

- Forest land area with compacted soils and/or whose physical properties have been altered/70

- Volume of wood production/79
- Production of non-wood forest products/80
- Benefits accruing to local communities

Results of: Initial set c 0 + Set c2: analysis of Forestry and Rural Development

Set c3

- Volume of wood production/79
- Production of non-wood forest products/80

- Volume of wood production/79
- Production of non-wood forest products/80

Results of: Initial set c0 + Set c3: analysis of Agro-Forestry

- Area of natural forest or forest assimilated as such, and change process/23

- Forest area by ownership type/6
- Area of natural forest or forest assimilated as such, and change process/23
- Forest area and % of area, managed primarily for soil protection/66
- Forest area and % of area, managed primarily for water protection/67
- Maintenance of cultural, social and spiritual values/76
- Benefits accruing to local communities

Results of the wholes set: analysis of Forestry Land Us