Extraordinary cuts and its effects on Artvin forests
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CitationYolasığmaz, H. A., Tüylü, N., Süner, E. ve Çavdar, B. 2013. Extraordinary Cuts and Its Effects on Artvin Forests, International Caucasian Forestry Symposium, Symposium Proceeding, 24-26 October, 2013, Artvin, Turkey, 235-240.
Extraordinary Cuts are due to natural and man-made cuts in unusual events which, replaces the normal course of forestry activities, changes the structural status of forest areas and interrupts the goals. In forests of the Eastern Black Sea Region, especially in the 1990s and early 2000s, Extraordinary Cuts were obtained because of damages of bark beetles (Ips typographus and Dendroctonus micans). Bark Beetles ,which are caused serious damage in spruce forests, economically reduced quality of wood and caused structural changes in forest areas .In some Chief of forest management, spruce which is the main tree species, lost its dominant place in the mixture and gave way to hardwood, especially beech. In this paper which is about extraordinary cuts and its effects on forests, primarily conceptual issue is discussed in. And then extraordinary cuts were obtained in forest enterprises which are neighboor with Georgia and ıts situation have been introduced as quantitatively. Extraordinary revenue ethane uses instead of agreed ETAs in forest management plan, because of this also not taken an eta. For this reason, regular maintenance and rejuvenation of forest areas are which will be changing the course of the work.