Articles by Author: Mcc Pott

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  1. Applied Conservation by a Forestry Company

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Forestry Journal
    The development of an Environmental Conservation Section within a forestry company is described. The evolution of the Section from one with dual objectives of revenue generation and conservation to one with the single objective of conservation is high-lighted. The importance...
  2. Environmental Conservation Practices in a Commercial Forestry Enterprise

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Forestry Journal
    The development of an Environmental Conservation Section within a commercial forestry enterprise and its objectives are described. Also described are past and current conservational projects undertaken by the company. Red data species that are conserved are listed. Land-use options are...
  3. Conservation Developments in South African Forestry

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Forestry Journal
    The historical development of environmental conservational activities within the South African Forestry Industry is followed, and the changing emphasis from the conservation of the remaining indigenous forests (pre-1900) to water conservation, to natural assets and unplanted areas is highlighted. The...
  4. Multiple Resource Utilisation Developments in Mondi Forests

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Forestry Journal
    Defined as the use of available resources other than the planted trees on Mondi's landholdings, the development of various MRU projects is described from 1975 onwards. Projects are differentiated into those that are directly dependant on the presence of planted...
  5. Plantation Forestry in South Africa and its Impact on Biodiversity and Water

    Plantation Forestry in South Africa and its Impact on Biodiversity and Water

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: The Southern African Forestry Journal
    It is apparent that much of the criticism of plantation forestry as a form of land-use is based on emotional bias rather than on hard evidence. The results of a perception survey are presented to support this supposition. Two accusations...