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|標題:||Measuring the Private Holding Forestland's Use Efficiency toward Sustainability- An Illustration of Nankang Watershed in Nantou County
|關鍵字:||永續性;Sustainability;效率;私人經營林地;Efficiency;Private Holding Forestland||Project:||「森林經營管理的理論與實務」羅紹麟教授著作選集IV, Page(s) 91-108.
中興大學實驗林研究彙刊, Volume 18, Issue 2, Page(s) 1-18.
Journal Experiment Forest of NCHU, Volume 18, Issue 2, Page(s) 1-18..
There are 514,030 hectares (24.4%) forestland held by private in Taiwan. These forestlands include private ownership, aboriginal reserve, leased national and public owned forestland. It provides an important source of forest products and environmental benefits. We noted that forestland use must pay attention not only to the management efficiency for resource inputs, but also attach more important to the environmental efficiency. Because total benefits from the latter are larger than the former. Thus, this paper is based upon sustainability of forestland use, we have developed a method to measure above two efficiency simultaneously. An illustration to examine efficiency and influential factors of the forestlands where locate in the Nankang watershed that is divided by Pu-Li town, Kuo-Hsing village, and Jen-Ai village. We utilized GIS to integrate the physical conditions of these forestlands and attribute information acquire from the opinions of private holders via the questionnaire. In comparison of forestland use efficiency among the three areas, Kuo-Hsing village has the best efficiency, Jen-Ai village second, but Pu-Li town has the less-efficiency. Moreover, in comparison of the four private holding forestlands, leased of released national forestland has the best efficiency, leased of national forestland second, aboriginal reserve third, private ownership has the less-efficiency. The main influential factors of the management efficiency of private holding forestland use are socioeconomic variables, but the environmental efficiency is affected by the variables of physical conditions and property rights of forestland. Finally, We suggested five measures for policy design to ensure efficient forestland use. Those are enforcement of the forestlands zoning control, compatible industrial development, education and extension for forestland holders, regulation and specifications of forest road construction, and encouragement of agroforestry management.
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