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economic appraisal of current timber extraction methods in Northern Ireland.

John David Griffin

economic appraisal of current timber extraction methods in Northern Ireland.

by John David Griffin

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Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M. Agr.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1986.

The Physical Object
Pagination1 v
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Open LibraryOL19800142M

While privatization and other moves toward economic health are necessary, these shifts in economic policy have resulted throughout Eastern Europe in: Removal of subsidies and price supports, increased unemployment and underemployment, higher costs for food, rent and utilities, and loss of tariff protection against imports. Tenders. All documents relating to live tendering opportunities with Belfast City Council, valued at over £30, are listed on the ‘current opportunities’ page of eSourcing NI. View details of all current opportunities. In order to submit a tender you must register your company details with the eSourcing site.

Ireland Institute for Hospice and Palliative Care, Dublin, Ireland 3UCD Centre for Disability Studies, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland 4Institute of Nursing and Health Research, Ulster University, Belfast, Northern Ireland Correspondence Suzanne Guerin, UCD School of Psychology, University College Dublin, Ireland. Email: suzanne Cited by: 2. The Online Forestry & Timber Directory lists companies, consultants, enterprises and organisations involved in Irish forestry and the forest products sector. This current Online Directory features all directory listings in the ITGA Forestry & Timber Yearbook plus Online directory listings taken out on the website. Read More.

ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF THE TIMBER PROCESSING INDUSTRIES THE IMPORTANCE OF THE FOREST INDUSTRIES The value of the timber produced from our Nation's forests made timber the number one agricultural crop in this country in The lumber and other solid- wood products industry ranks in the top three manufac-. /books books Thomas Telford Publishing /wres WORLD RESOURCES-ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS WORLD RESOURCES-ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS Thomas Telford Publishing ©The Institution of Civil Engineers /wres Discussion on water and timber PROFESSOR SMITH Those who have read the preprint of .


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Economic appraisal of current timber extraction methods in Northern Ireland by John David Griffin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Economic Appraisals & Evaluations using the “The Northern Ireland Practical Guide to the Green Book” (DFP, ) Public expenditure in Northern Ireland (NI) amounts for more than £10 billion annually. It is vital both that this money is put to good use and also that it can be accounted for.

Handling of Irish Timber or loss represents the amount of money gained or lost over and above. the cost of the total extraction, should no roads be constructed. The graph shows that, for investment over 2 or 5 years it would not. pay to construct any roads beyond the one mile already assumed to : E.R.

Huggard. Northern Ireland has a tradition of peat cutting; 78 per cent by area of remaining lowland bogs and 46 per cent of blanket bogs have been cut in the past.

Since the early s, machine peat extraction for fuel and horticulture has increased, against a background of changing economic support for Cited by: A timber extraction system refers to all the different tools, machines, equipment and people involved in the process, from felling through to delivery at a depot.

The individual components of a system depends on the extraction method used, the terrain in the harvesting area, and the. The Hyrcanian (Caspian) forest in northern Iran has a richness of biological diversity, with endemic and endangered species, and a diverse range of economic and social conditions.

With a focus on low impact timber extraction and small scale tree harvesting, the proportion of mule logging. The paper reviewed the methods in use for the economic valuation of Non-timber forest products. In the main, three methods are used. They are direct market price, indirect market price and non-market estimates.

No method is superior to the other but appropriate method of valuation depends on the objective of the study. Also in use, is the financial valuation method. The critical factor in the valuation of timber resources is determining the expected pattern of the resource rent.

Expected patterns are not observed and hence assumptions concerning the flows must be made. The pattern of the expected extraction of timber resources would determine its asset life.

first time captures the full economic contribution of the forestry sector – estimated for as € million, with the wood products sector, largely based on home grown timber contributing € billion, about % of GNP, again in As an economic activity forestry has now come of age, and is now a significant generator of wealth and.

This page provides guidance on the evaluation of appraisals. Introduction to evaluation. Evaluation plays an important role complementary to appraisal. Evaluation is an ex post activity which examines the outturn of a project, programme or policy, and is designed to ensure that the lessons learned are fed back into the decision-making process.

Flowsheets for Processing Uranium Ores (Technical Reports Series No.), Methods for the Estimation of Uranium Ore Reserves: An Instruction Manual (Technical Reports Series No. ) and a Manual on Laboratory Testing for Uranium Ore Processing (Technical Reports Series No.

) have already been published. In Northern Ireland variety of extraction methods including skidding, forwarding and cable crane may be utilised. Wales, parts of Northern England and Northern Ireland. The rural economy is fragile within them all.

Tourism is particularly important and landscape values are correspondingly. The paper reviewed the methods in use for the economic valuation of Non-timber forest products.

In the main, three methods are used. They are direct market price, indirect market price and non. Current Issues in Non-Timber Forest Products Research Economic development and improved communications lead to new oppor- This book presents the main issues that emerge from the existing body of knowledge on NTFP and proposes further research which will help us to viiFile Size: 2MB.

Relevant costs and benefits. The aim of appraisal is to obtain value for money (VFM) from a broad economic requires assessment of costs and benefits to the Northern Ireland (NI) economy as a whole.

Appraisals should account for all the costs and benefits to NI residents. They should therefore cover costs and benefits to both the government and non-government. When scholars compare figures of different land-use alternatives, such as forestry and extraction of non-timber products, they often indicate the economic value that one hectare of forest can by: A systematic review of the quality and scope of economic evaluations in child oral health research H.

Rogers1*, H. Rodd1, J. Vermaire2, K. Stevens3, R. Knapp1, S. El Yousfi1 and Z. Marshman1 Abstract Background: Economic evaluations provide policy makers with information to facilitate efficient resource : H. Rogers, H. Rodd, J. Vermaire, K. Stevens, R. Knapp, S. El Yousfi, Z.

Marshman. Social and economic constraints on the development of market-oriented extractive reserves in Amazon rain forests. Pages 33–42in D. Nepstad and S. Schwartzman, eds., Non-timber products from tropical forests: evaluation of a conservation and development strategy.

Advances in Economic Botany 9. The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY Cited by: Timber harvesting in farm forestry. Harvesting is the cutting and extraction of timber to roadside, usually during thinning or clearfelling.

Thinning is the removal of inferior trees, increasing the quality and size of those remaining. Specialised forwarding machines are the most common extraction system in Ireland.

Similar to harvesters. List of timber buyers in Northern Ireland. Date published: 19 December Topics: Grants and funding; Forestry grants; This list is issued by the Forest Service an Agency of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development to help private individuals contact timber buyers.

Documents. List of timber. Economic and practical benefits of farm forestry Traditionally, timber prices are stable and revenue from timber sales is treated favourably under current tax legislation. In Ireland, with the current population explosion of deer, many young plantations are being severely damaged.

In such instances, land owners have the rights to shoot. Axis 1 of the Northern Ireland Rural Development Plan (NIRDP) relates to improving the competitiveness of the agricultural and forestry sector. In respect of forestry this primarily relates to the industrial production, processing and marketing of forestry Size: KB.The economics of non-timber forest benefits: an overview Joshua T.

Bishop Abstract Economic development is often associated with rising demand for environmental amenities. Forests are a particular focus of environmental concern; in many countries the value of non-timber forestFile Size: 56KB.A METHOD FOR THE ECONOM-IC VALUATION OF NON-TIMBER TROPICAL FOREST PRoDucTs.

Economic Botany 47(3) By drawing on quantitative studies in social anthropology, zoology, ethnobotany, and economics we present a method for conducting an economic valuation of non-timber forest products. A review of 24 studies suggests that the median.