replanting with trees; reconversion into a forest; the act of reforesting.
Planting or natural regeneration that reestablishes new seedlings to replace those cut during logging.
The establishment of a forest through artificial reproduction or natural regeneration.
The direct human-induced conversion of non-forested land to forested land through planting, seeding and/or the human-induced promotion of natural seed sources, on land that was forested but that has been converted to non-forested land. For the first commitment period, reforestation activities will be limited to reforestation occurring on those lands that did not contain forest on 31 December 1989.
Renewal of trees and other types of vegetation on land where trees have been removed; can be done naturally by seeds from nearby trees or artificially by planting seeds or seedlings.
The restocking of an area with forest trees, by either natural or artificial means, such as planting. All harvested units are reforested, but many fail to succeed.
The Revised 1996 IPCC Inventory Guidelines defines reforestation as the planting of forests on land which has historically contained forest but which has been used for another purpose since last being covered by forest. (Australia)
planting trees to replace forests which have been harvested or destroyed.
The planting and cultivation of a forest on a site where a forest was cleared, often as an attempt to bring the land back to its natural state.
the renewal of forest cover by natural regeneration or the planting of seeds or seedlings
Reestablishing a forest by planting or seeding an area where forest vegetation has been removed.
(=Reafforestation122) replant with trees; cover again with forest;122 To replant (an area) with forest cover.123
The re-establishment of trees by natural means or by planting or seeding.
the restoration (replanting) of a forest that had been reduced by fire or cutting
Replanting forests on land that was previously forested but subsequently converted to other use.
Re-establishing a forest by planting or seeding an area from which forest vegetation has been removed.
The replanting of cut or bare forest. See afforestation.
Forest stands established artificially on lands that have supported forests within the last 50 years.
Planting or seeding activity conducted after an area has been harvested.
A process by which a forest is regrown
the re-establishment of forest cover by natural or artificial means on areas recently supporting forest cover.
The process of reestablishing a forest on previously cleared land.
Trees that are planted to replace those that have been lost to try to repair the damage on the environment.
The act of replanting or reseeding a forest area to replace trees removed by harvest or destroyed by fire, wind or disease.
the establishment of a forest through artificially planted seed or seedlings. The vast majority of forests in Maine regenerate naturally without need for planting.
reseeding or planting trees in an area after a burn.
Generally refers to planting trees on land that has been cleared of forest within the relatively recent past. May or may not refer to planting trees on land that has just been harvested.
The restocking of a forest stand through natural regeneration or artificially planted seed or seedlings.
the renewal of a forest by natural or artificial means such as sowing or planting
The reestablishment of trees on denuded forest land by natural or artificial means such as planting and seeding.
The planting of forested land that has been lost due to fire, logging, drought, pests, or disease to restore beauty to the landscape, provide food and habitat for wildlife, and for recreational activities. .
The natural or artificial restocking of an area with forest trees.
Planting of forests on lands that have previously contained forests but that have been converted to some other use. ()
Replanting of forests on lands that have recently been harvested.
planting and establishment of tree seedlings following removal of original tree growth
Reforestation is the process of restoring and recreating areas of woodlands or forest that once existed but were deforested or otherwise removed or destroyed at some point in the past. The resulting forest can provide both ecosystem and resource benefits and has the potential to become a major carbon sink.