Vietnam Journal of Forest Science number 2 – 2007

1. A new bamboo genus, Kinabaluchloa K.M.Wong (subfamily Bambusoideae) and a new species, Kinabaluchloa wrayi K.M.Wong for Vietnam’s flora.  Nguyen Hoang Nghia Tran Van Tien Tropical Forest centerForest Science Institute of Vietnam  Summary  A new bamboo genus namely Kinabaluchloa K.M.Wong has been found for Vietnam’s flora based on species specimens collected during field surveys taken in Bidoup National Park (Da Lat city, Lam Dong province). The genus was described first by K.M.Wong in … [Read more...]

Vietnam Journal of Forest Science number 1-2007

1. The List of Bamboo Species in VietnamNguyen Hoang Nghia, Tran Van Tien Forest Science Institute of  Vietnam Abstract             Through field surveys over four years (2003 – 2006) over the whole country, a preliminary list of Bamboo species in Vietnam was established. The list includes 194 Bamboo species of 26 genera, of which 80 species were preliminarily identiflied and named while some of the remaining  may be new species for Vietnam. Some new bamboo genera were found during the field … [Read more...]

Vietnam Journal of Forest Science Number 2-2007

  1. A new bamboo genus, Kinabaluchloa K.M.Wong (subfamily Bambusoideae) and a new species, Kinabaluchloa wrayi K.M.Wong for Vietnam’s flora  Nguyen Hoang Nghia, Tran Van Tien Tropical Forest centerForest Science Institute of Vietnam  Summary A new bamboo genus namely Kinabaluchloa K.M.Wong has been found for Vietnam’s flora based on species specimens collected during field surveys taken in Bidoup National Park (Da Lat city, Lam Dong province). The genus was described first by K.M.Wong in … [Read more...]

Vietnam Journal of Forest Science Number 4 – 2006

Survey of plantations and development of a model for Acacia crassicarpa forest plantations for sandy sites in the North Central region. Nguyen Thi Lieu North central Vietnam forest scientific and production center Summary The results of a survey on planted forests showed that Acacia crassicarpa is the most promising species on sandy soils. This species is adapted to the hard conditions, grows well on flooded sandy sites, and tolerates wind due to its well-developed root system. In … [Read more...]

Vietnam Journal of Forest Science Number 1-2007

1. The List of Bamboo Species in Vietnam Nguyen Hoang Nghia, Tran Van Tien Forest Science Institute of  Vietnam Summary Through field surveys over four years (2003 – 2006) over the whole country, a preliminary list of Bamboo species in Vietnam was established. The list includes 194 Bamboo species of 26 genera, of which 80 species were preliminarily identiflied and named while some of the remaining  may be new species for Vietnam. Some new bamboo genera were found during the field surveys, … [Read more...]

Vietnam Journal of Forest Science Number 3 – 2006

1. Acacia hybrid growth characteristics and yield at rotation age in plantations in southeast Vietnam Nguyễn Huy Sơn, Nguyễn Văn Thịnh, Bùi Thanh Hằng Nguyễn Thanh Minh, Phan Minh Sáng Forest Science Institute of Vietnam Summary Hybrid acacia in southeastern grow quite rapidly,, on average, an increment in diameter of 2.38 — 2.52cm/year and in height of 3.56 — 3.64 m/year. The standing tree volume at harvest is 136 -180m3/ha and increment is 27.2 — 36.0m3/ha/year. The increase in diameter … [Read more...]

Vietnam Journal of Forest Science Number 2 – 2006

1. Five new species of Maclurochloa identified in Vietnam on the basis of morphological characteristics Nguyen Hoang Nghia, Tran Van Tien Forest Science Institute of Vietnam Summary Based on morphological characteristics (culm, branch, culm sheath, leaf) and flower anatomy, a key to the species of the Maclurochloa genus in Vietnam has been determined. Two species have one style (containing two stigmas) with one stigma originating from the top of the ovary. These are Maclurochloa … [Read more...]

Vietnam Journal of Forest Science Number 1- 2006

1.Effects of some factors on regulations concerning community forest management in Vietnam Nguyen Ngoc Quang, Hoang Lien Son Forest Science Institute of Vietnam Summary For a long time forests have provided a means of support for ethnic communities. People often set up regulations on management of forest resources to include co-management and co-beneficiaries. Such regulations have been evaluated as being most effective and stable for natural resource management. However, changes in … [Read more...]

Information on Forest Science and Technology Number 1 2006

Summaries of papers in the bulletin; for more information contact info@fsiv.org.vn 1. Analysis of genetic diversity of Hopea cordata Vidal, a species of Dipterocarpaceae, by DNA markers Nguyen Hoang Nghia Forest Science Institute of Vietnam Nguyen Thuy Hanh, Nguyen Duc Thanh Institute of Biotechnology, VAST Hopea cordata Vidal is a native tree species which occurs naturally only in three small areas in Cam Ranh district, Khanh Hoa province where no more than 250 mature … [Read more...]

Information on Forest Science and Technology Number 3 2000

Summaries of papers in the bulletin; for more information contact info@fsiv.org.vn Results of natural forest rehabilitation at Cau Hai Silvicultural Experimentation Centre, Phu Tho province The area surrounding the Cau Hai Silvicultural Experimentation Centre was originally covered by natural evergreen broad-leaved forests but for a number of reasons these forests have been seriously devastated. By 1990, only about 30 ha of 111A1 forest remained, the rest were mainly 1C and 11A forests. … [Read more...]