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Appendices

Appendix 1.
CURRENT MEMBERSHIP OF THE PANEL OF EXPERTS ON FOREST GENE RESOURCES
COMPOSITION DU GROUPE D'EXPERTS DES RESSOURCES GENETIQUES FORESTIERES
COMPOSICION DEL CUADRO DE EXPETOS EN RECURSOS GENETICOS FORESTALES

Australia
Australie
Dr J.W. Turnbull
Division of Forest Research
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial
Research Organization (CSIRO)
P.O. Box 4008
Canberra A.C.T. 2600
 
Brazil
Brésil
Dr M. Ferreira
Istituto de Pesquisas e Estudios Florestais (IPEF/ESALQ)
Caixa Postal no. 9
Piracicaba
Sao Paulo State 13400
 
CanadaDr C.W. Yeatman
Canadian Forestry Service
Petawawa National Forestry Institute
Chalk River, Ontario KOJ 1JO
 
China
Chine
Dr Pan Chih-Kang
The Arboretum
Chinese Academy of Forestry
Wan Shou Shan
Beijing
 
Denmark
Danemark
Dinamarca
Mr H. Keiding
DANIDA Forest Tree Seed Centre
Krogerupvej 3A
DK-3050 Humlebaek
 
Finland
Finlande
Finlandia
Prof. M. Hagman
Forest Research Institute
P.O. Box 18
SF-01301 Vantaa
 
France
Francia
M. M. Corbasson
Centre technique forestier tropical
45 bis, avenue de la Belle Gabrielle
F-94130 Nogent-sur-Marne (Cedex)
 
HondurasSr. O. Ochoa M.
Banco de Semillas
Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Forestales
Corporación Hondureña de Desarrollo Forestal
Siguatepeque, Comayagua
 
India
Indie
Dr. F. D. Dogra
Forest Geneticist and Head, Gymnosperm Laboratory
National Botanical Research Institute
Rana Pradap Marg
Lucknow 226 001
 
Italy
Italie
Italia
Prof. R. Morandini
Istituto Sperimentale per la Sevlicoltura
Viale Regina Margherita
I-52100 Arezzo
 
KenyaMr. J.A. Odera
Kenya Agricultural Research Institute
P.O. Box 74
 
Malaysia
Malaysia
Malasie
Malasia
Dr. F. Ng
Forest Research Institute of Malaysia
Kepong, Selangor
 
Mexico
Mexique
México
Sr. F. Patiño V.
Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales
Avenida Progreso 5
Coyoacán D.F.
Mexico
 
Nigeria
Nigéria
Mr. G.O.A. Ojo
Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria
Shelterbelt Research Station
Private Mail Bag 3239
Kano
 
United Kingdom
Royaume-Uni
Reino Unido
Mr. R.H. Kemp
Overseas Development Administration
Eland House
Stag Place
London SW1E 5DH

Appendix 2.
AGENDA

FAO PANEL OF EXPERTS ON FOREST GENE RESOURCES

Sixth Session

Rome, 10–12 December 1985

  1. Opening of the Meeting

  2. Election of Chairman and Vice-Chairman

  3. Adoption of Agenda

  4. Progress since 5th Session of Panel (Dec. 1981)

    1. Brief statements by individual members

    2. FAO Regular Programme

    3. FAO Project on Genetic Resources of Tree Species for the Improvement of Rural Living in Arid and Semi-arid Areas

    4. FAO/UNEP Project on the Conservation of Forest Genetic Resources; and FAO/UNEP Project on in situ Conservation of Forest Genetic Resources

    5. Other international activities

  5. Revision of priorities for future action (Group Work)

    1. Species priorities

    2. Operational priorities

      1. Conservation
      2. Exploration, collection, evaluation
      3. Utilization

  6. Summary recommendations on regional, operational and species priorities (Report of Groups)

  7. Proposals for FAO Regular Programme activities

  8. Proposals for other projects

  9. Miscellaneous

    1. Future of the Panel

    2. Other business

  10. Closing of the meeting

Appendix 3.
LIST OF BACKGROUND DOCUMENTS

FORM/November 1985

FORGEN Panel 1985/Inf. 4

6th Session of the FAO Panel of Experts on Forest Gene Resources

(Rome, Italy, 10–13 December 1985)

Agenda ItemCode/NumberTitle
Information documents: (Inf.) 
31 Tentative Agenda
2 List of Panel members
3 Provisional list of participants
4 List of documents
Background Notes:
41Financial contributions in the Forest Genetic Resources Field by FAO's Regular Programme 1982–85
1.1FAO Regular Programme: Activities & expenditure 1982–85, Seed procurement & Conservation.
1.2Other FAO activities in the Forest Genetic Resources field 1981–1985:
- Consultancy services
- Publications
- Representation in committees and other bodies.
1.3Summary: International provenance trials with FAO assistance (1980–85).
1.3.1Seed of Tropical Acacias from Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Australia for international species and provenance trials.
1.3.2Seed of Acacia species from Papua New Guinea for humid tropical areas.
1.3.3International Provenance Trials of Acacia aneura.
1.3.4International Provenance Trials of Acacia mangium.
1.3.5International Provenance Trials of Eucalyptus deglupta.
4 (iii)2FAO project on Genetic Resources of Arboreal Species for the improvement of rural living in Arid and Semi-arid areas (1979–1985:FAO/IBPGR/UNEP). Report on activities 1979–1985.
4 (iv)3.1FAO/UNEP Project 1108-75-05 on Conservation of Forest Genetic Resources (1976–1984).
3.2FAO/UNEP Project 6102-85-01 on in situ Conservation of Forest Genetic Resources (1985–1986).
4 (iv) & 53.3Species proposed for inclusion in in situ project activities in Cameroon, Peninsular Malaysia and Peru (FAO/UNEP 6102-85-01).
4 (iv) & 53.4Databook on endangered species and provenances and lists of possible additional endangered species and provenances (communicated to FAO by various correspondents 1981–1985).
Recommendations and reports from international meetings in Forest Genetic resources:
4 (v)COFO-84/REP i) Recommendations of the Committee on Forestry, 7th Session, (FAO 1984).
FO:FDT/85/Rep.
FO:FDT/85/2
ii) Report of the Committee on Forest Development in the Tropics, 7th Session and Follow-up to the recommendations of the 6th Session (FAO 1985).
CPGR/85iii) Recommendations of the FAO Commission on Plant Genetic Resources, 1st Session (FAO 1985)
WFC/85iv) Report and recommendations of the 9th World Forestry Congress in Mexico, 1985: Forest Genetic Resources.
MAB/84v) Action plan for biosphere reserves (Unesco, 1984)
WNPC/82vi) World National Parks Congress, Bali 1982: Plan of Action
ECG/85vii) EGC Ad Hoc Working Group on in situ conservation of Plant Genetic Resources (1st meeting April 1985).
Documents despatched to Panel members in advance of the Session
4 & 5FO:FGR/5/Rep.Report of the 5th Session of the Panel, Rome, Dec. 1981 (FAO, 1984)
CPGR/85/Rep.Report of the 1st Session of the Commission on Plant Genetic Resources, Rome, March 1985 (FAO 1985)
CPGR/85/5Status of in situ conservation of Plant Genetic Resources, secretariat note for the 1st session of the Commission on Plant Genetic Resources (FAO 1985)
FO:FDT/AP/4Action Programme on conservation of Tropical Forest Ecosystems (1 ed.), background paper for the 7th Session of the Committee on Forest Development in the Tropics, Rome, June 1985 (FAO 1985)
FORGEN/MISC/84/1In situ conservation of Genetic Resources of Plants: The Scientific and Technical Base (FAO 1985)
FORGEN/MISC/84/2A Guide to in situ conservation of Genetic Resources of Tropical woody species (FAO 1984)
FORGEN/MISC/84/3In situ conservation of wild plant Genetic Resources: A status review and action plan (FAO 1984)
FO Paper 20Forest tree improvement (FAO 1985)
Cons. Guide 9Operation manual for a protected area system (FAO 1984)
FGRI 13Forest Genetic Resources Information No. 13 (FAO 1985)

Appendix 4.
FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS IN THE FOREST GENETIC RESOURCES FIELD BY FAO'S REGULAR PROGRAMME (US$) 1982–1985
1

October 1985

FORGEN Panel 1985/Background Note 1
(Agenda item 4 (ii))

  1982/19831984/1985
SEED PROCUREMENT  
 CSIRO, Canberra, Australia    9 500  14 600
 OFI, Oxford, UK    2 000    7 000
 INIF, Mexico 2  10 000 
 CTFT, France    7 000  11 000
 Seed Center, Macon, USA (cost of seed for developing countries)    2 000 
 Office of Forests, Papua New Guinea  12 000    8 000
 DANIDA Forest Seed Center, Humlebaek, Denmark (Handling & despatch) 2     2 500
 BANSEFOR, Guatemala     1 000
 Fiji Pine Commission       500 
 F.D., Indonesia    3 000 
 CONAF, Chile 2  12 000 
 INFOR, Peru 2    9 000    5 000
 Agric. Res. Centre, P.D.R. Yemen 2    5 000    8 000
 FRI, Sudan 2    4 000    3 000
 CNRF, Senegal 2  10 000 
 Land Dev. Authority, Israel 2    2 000 
 FRI, India 2    5 000 
 FD, Pakistan 2     5 000
 DSF, Burkina Faso     5 000
 Chinese Academy of Forestry, China   10 000
SUBTOTAL  93 000  80 100
EX SITU CONSERVATION 3  
 Universidad Autonoma de Chapingo, Mexico     8 000
IN SITU CONSERVATION 3  
 
Follow-up to 1st Session of the Commission on Plant Genetic Resources; Booklet and research programme underway
   60 000
DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION 4  
 
Report of the 5th Session of the FAO Panel of Experts on Forest Gene Resources
   37 000
 Forest Genetic Resources Information (2 issues per biennium)  34 000  40 000
 
Monographs on Butyrospermum parkii and Parkia biglobosa, IRBET, Burkina Faso (in prep.)
     5 000
 
Databook on endangered forest tree species and provenances (in prep.)
   24 000
 
Forestry paper 20: Forest tree improvement (French and English versions)
   80 000
 
Forestry paper 20/1: A Guide to forest seed handling (printing in English)
   13 000
 
3 misc papers on in situ conservation (FORGEN/MISC/84/1, 2 & 3)
   50 000
 
Assistance in purchase of books, etc., Centro Investigacion Forestal, Cuba
     3 700
SUBTOTAL  34 000252 700
CONSULTANCIES  29 300 
 
Review of seed & tree improvement of Sahelian/Northern Sudanian zones of Africa
   14 000
MEETINGS  
 FAO Panel of Experts on Forest Gene Resources   36 700
HQ STAFF  
 
Direct costs, professional staff and general service 5
112 800224 200
MISCELLANEOUS  
 Translation and typing assistance     3 600
TOTAL (approximate)269 100679 300

1 For contributions 1966–83 please refer to Report of the 5th Session of the FAO Panel of Experts on Forest Gene Resources (FAO 1984) pp. 37–39

2 IBPGR funds were used to complement FAO Regular Programme contributions for seed collection as follows (US$):

 1982–831984–85
INIF, Mexico 10 000
DFSC, Denmark 10 100
CONAF, Chile   5 000
INFOR, Peru   5 000
ARC, PDR Yemen  4 000 
FRI, Sudan  4 000 
CNRF, Senegal   5 000
LDA, Israel   2 000
FRI, India  5 000  5 000
FD, Pakistan  9 000 
    TOTAL22 00042 100

3 The work on conservation of forest genetic resources is further financed by UNEP (FAO/UNEP Projects 1108-75-06 and 6102-85-01). Within the framework of the FAO Project on Genetic Resources of Arboreal Species in arid and semiarid areas IBPGR funds amounting 27 000 US$ were spent towards in situ conservation of Prosopis cineraria in PDR Yemen in 1985.

4 IBPGR funds financed the preparation, translation and printing of six manuals on Acacia and Prosopis species (US $ 67 843).

5 Includes posts financed by Danish Government Programme (1983–85) and UNDP (1982–85).


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