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State of Nepal's Forests

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By: Department of Forest Research and Survey, Nepal(Author), Uday Chandra Thankur(Foreword By)
50 pages, colour & b/w illustrations, colour maps
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Language: English with main results and executive summary bilingual in English and Nepali

National level forest resource information is important for policy-making, strategic level planning, and international reporting by governments. To generate this information, the Government of Nepal implemented the Forest Resource Assessment Nepal (FRA Nepal) project from 2010 to 2014 with support from the Government of Finland.

This national report presents the results of the forest resource assessment of the entire country. It provides a wide range of information including forest cover, growing stock, biomass, and forest carbon. In addition, there are separate physiographic region-wise detailed reports for Terai, Churia, and Middle Mountains, and a combined report for High Mountains and High Himal physiographic regions.

Contents

Foreword

1. Introduction
2. Previous forest resource assessments
3. Methodology
4. Limitations
5. Results
6. Way forward

References
Annex

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Report
By: Department of Forest Research and Survey, Nepal(Author), Uday Chandra Thankur(Foreword By)
50 pages, colour & b/w illustrations, colour maps
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