logging in or signing up preparation of working plan and critical analysis of working plan kanagaraj007 Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 542 Category: Education License: Some Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: February 07, 2011 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: KANAGARAJ.N Msc [FORESTRY] FIRST YEAR FOREST COLLEGE AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE METTUPALAYAM TAMIL NADU Definition : Definition Working plan is a written scheme of management aiming at continuity of policy and action and controlling the treatment of forest Forest division is the basic unit for a working plan Scope : Scope 1.survey assessment and revision on basis of past result and present fact 2.analysis of facts with reference to the forest policy and objectives 3.planning for future action in conformity with the long term objectives 4.provision of control and maintenance of record and collection of new facts by research Formulation of working plan : Formulation of working plan Drawing of working plan : Drawing of working plan Working plan period : Working plan period It is varied from 10 to 15 years The following factors are decide the length of the working plan 1.Long term policy objectives 2.The rotation period of main crop 3.Regeneration period of crop 4.Behavior of nature 5.The conditions of the growing stock 6.Need of the local people Formation of working plan : Formation of working plan Steps; A) first preliminary working plan report Part -1 summery of facts Chapter-1 [general description of the forest] Chapter-2 [flora and fauna] Chapter-3 [utilization of the forest produce] Chapter-4 [staff & labour available in the forest division] Slide 9: Chapter-5 past system of management Chapter-6 statistics about yield & growth Part-2 deals with future forest management prescription Chapter-1 basis of proposals and objects of management Chapter-2 constitution of working plan B)second preliminary working plan report : B)second preliminary working plan report WPO can make a tour of the division WPO prepare a report as the second PWR This second PWR sent to the working plan conservator He will forward this to CCF along with his comments. Field work for working plan formulation : Field work for working plan formulation 1.compartmental description- area, boundaries ,rock, soil, slope 2.stock mapping-distribution of vegetation 3.enumeration 4.regeneretion survey Role of working plan in forest conservation : Role of working plan in forest conservation It prescribe the management practices according to the site conditions It gives the information about -regeneration -degraded lands -local people and their demands -soil ,climate ,slope Slide 13: Critical Analysis of the working plan General objects of this working plan : General objects of this working plan To conserve and extent the existing forest and vegetal cover for soil and water conservation To attain as for as possible, the normal forest To stock the under-stocked and blank areas so as to increase the percentage of valuable species as far as possible Slide 15: To conserve and enrich the forest fauna in variety and quantity To meet the rights and concessions of the local people To progressively achieve the sustained yield of timber , firewood and forest produce Constitution of the working circle : Constitution of the working circle Following working circles have been constituted 1.The sal conversion 2.The sal selection 3.The protection 4.The plantation 5.The grazing 6.The minor forest produce 7.The soil conservation 8.The wildlife management Sal conversion working circle : Sal conversion working circle Special objects of management To convert these sal forests into uniform crop To attain a normal forest by obtain normal distribution of age class as far as possible To maintain and improve the existing sal ecosystem To achieve maximum sustained yield of timber of sal Slide 18: Silvicultural system Conversion to uniform under shelter wood Rotation;120 years Conversion period;120 years Allotment to periodic blocks A)Unconverted crop; P.B 1,2, B)converted crop; P.B 3,4,5 Sal selection working circle : Sal selection working circle Special objects of management To obtain a balanced and improving uneven aged crop with all age classes To encourage the natural regeneration of sal To improve the stocking of low density crops by planting species To obtain the sustained yield of timber. Slide 20: Silvicultural system; Selection system ,which is a selection felling and thinning. Exploitable diameter; For sal and terminalia tomentosa – 40 cm chir,Adina cordifolia,sissoo,albizia sp—50 cm khair-30 cm Felling cycle-10 year Plantation working circle : Plantation working circle This working circle includes four planting series , Chir planting series Sal planting series Teak planting series Eucalyptus planting series To convert low economic forest areas in to plantations for industries Scrub forest in the outer mussorie hills afforest with species like chir and broad leaved species. To exploit mature plantation of miscellaneous species and of eucalyptus Grazing working circle : Grazing working circle Special objects of management; To regulate the exercise the grazing rights & concessions as laid down in govt. orders To control and regulate grazing and lopping by professional graziers. To maintain and improve the area to ensure the sustained supply of required produce. Soil conservation working circle : Soil conservation working circle Special objects of management To take effective preventive soil conservation measure, in areas affected by sever erosion. To prepare a detailed soil and water conservation project in kanasrau To collect quantitative data of runoff and erosion in the division to facilitate subsequent planning The wildlife management working circle : The wildlife management working circle To identify problem of wild life management in the division To ensure collection of scientific data Its for the maintenance and development of viable population of fauna for scientic,aesthetic,cultural, ecological purpose. To optimize fauna in motichur sanctuary and to develop it as a recreation forest. To regulate shooting in game reserves. A new tool in working plan-GIS : A new tool in working plan-GIS Preparing a Forest Working Plan using GIS The two most important components of the Working Plan are 1.Description of forest boundary (Forest Map) 2.Description of forest vegetation (Forest inventory) Monitoring the bio-diversity status of the National Parks and Sanctuaries of the State Generating database to substantiate the principles of forestry operation Data needs for forest working plan : Data needs for forest working plan Forest cover Composition Structure Crown density Regeneration status Site quality Negative influences Sensitive spots Topo features Soils Climatic data Moisture regime Biotic influences Markets Boundaries Reference : Reference http://www.gisdevelopment.net/application/environment/conservation/frcm0001d.htm forest.up.nic.in/workingplan.htm www.fmisonline.org/Forest%20Working%20Plan You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.