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Comparing multipurpose forest management with timber management, incorporating timber, carbon and oxygen values: A case study
(Taylor & Francis, 2008-04-18)
This paper comparatively examines two forest management planning approaches: multipurpose forest management and traditional timber management, with carbon, timber and oxygen production objectives in mind. The effects of ...
Exploring the concept of a forest landscape management paradigm
The concept of forest management planning has rapidly progressed towards a more holistic approach in the last decade. Considering the whole landscape of ecosystems is the focus of landscape management. This paper examines ...
Mapping secondary forest succession with geographic information systems: a case study from Bulanikdere, Kırklareli, Turkey
Developing forest management plans for sustaining the full range of forest values is a challenging task. One of the difficulties in this process is to set and achieve management objectives, and conservation targets. A ...