Overview of forest pests: Kyrgyz Republic (2007)

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This paper is one of a series of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) documents on forest-related health and biosecurity issues. The purpose of these papers is to provide early information on on-going activities and programmes, and to stimulate discussion. In an attempt to quantify the impacts of the many factors that affect the health and vitality of a forest, the Global Forest Resources Assessment 2005 (FRA 2005) asked countries to report on the area of forest affected by disturbances, including forest fires, insects, diseases and other disturbances such as weather-related damage. However, most countries were not able to provide reliable information because they do not systematically monitor these variables. In order to obtain a more complete picture of forest health, FAO continues to work on several follow-up studies. A review of forest pests in both naturally regenerating forests and planted forests was carried out in 25 countries representing all regions of the world. This Overview of forest pests represents one paper resulting from this review.
Language: English
Imprint: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: Forest Healthand Biosecurity Working Paper FBS/21E, Overview of Forest Pests, Rome, Italy January 2007 © FAO 2007 2007
Series: Report,
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