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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 ...
Changes in carbon storage and oxygen production in forest timber biomass of Balci Forest Management Unit in Turkey between 1984 and 2006
(Academic Journals, 2009-10-05)
Decrease in forest areas world wide and the damaging of its structures is hazardous to human health, hinders and dries up the spread of oxygen in the air and also destroys carbon storage. In recent years, global warming ...
Effects of Turkish forest management philosophy and applications on forest ecosystem structure and functions in Northeast Turkey: A case study in Saçinka Forest Management Planning Unit
(Academic Journals, 2009-04)
Nowadays, Turkish forest management philosophy has changed from timber management to ecosystem-based multiple-use forest planning (EBMUFM) with the principles of “sustainable forest management” criteria and indicators ...
Spatial distribution and temporal change of old-growth forest: A case study in the Balci forest management unit, Turkey
(Academic Journals, 2010-10-04)
Old-growth forests are considered as one of the important conservation targets in sustainable management of forest ecosystems. Stand parameters such as age, diameter at breast height, area, species mixture, canopy closure ...