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Short, I.
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Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany
Citation
Coppice forests in Europe, 2018, pp 263-266
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In June 2015, an extensive survey was done regarding the state-of-the-art of ash dieback (ADB) caused by Hymenoscyphus fraxineus amongst the amenity trees in the municipality of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The intention of the survey was to provide a basis for the future monitoring of the ...

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Kopinga, J.; Vries, S. M. G. de
Publisher
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden
Citation
Dieback of European Ash (Fraxinus spp.) - consequences and guidelines for sustainable management, 2017, pp 249-261
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Common ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) is the most important ash tree species in Romania. Along with the other native (F. ornus L., F. pallisae Wilmott, and F. angustifolia Vahl.) and North-American ash species (F. pennsylvanica Marsh. and F. americana L.) it covers about 1% of the national forest...

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Chira, D.; Chira, F.; Tăut, I.; Popovici, O.; Blada, I.; Doniță, N.; Bândiu, C.; Gancz, V.; Biriș, I. A.; Popescu, F.; Tănasie, Ș.; Dinu, C.
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Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden
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Dieback of European Ash (Fraxinus spp.) - consequences and guidelines for sustainable management, 2017, pp 185-194
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The northern bark beetle, Ips duplicatus (Sahlberg, 1836), native from Eurasian boreal forests, is an invasive species in Central and Southeast Europe and mainly occurs in the spruce stands located at altitudes below 1000 m a.s.l. It develops outbreaks especially within areas where spruce was...

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Duduman, M. L.; Olenici, N.; Isaia, G.
Publisher
Transilvania University of Brasov, Brasov, Romania
Citation
Proceedings of the Biennial International Symposium, Forest and Sustainable Development, Brașov, Romania, 19-20th October 2012, 2013, pp 9-14
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Mechanised harvesting operations are common in Australia because of their increased productivity and efficiency, improved worker safety and reduced cost of operations. Most research has found that the productivity and efficiency of a mechanised harvesting system is affected by a number of factors...

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Alam, M. M.; Strandgard, M.; Brown, M.; Fox, J. C.
Publisher
Conference Secretariat, Hobart, Australia
Citation
Proceedings of SilviLaser 2011, 11th International Conference on LiDAR Applications for Assessing Forest Ecosystems, University of Tasmania, Australia, 16-20 October 2011, 2011, pp 1-10
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The floodplain groves along the lowland stream of the Danube are extremely varied climatic ecosystems which sustain a biodiversity of global importance. The research reviews the current trends and the objectives set for the ecological network of protected areas in the territory of the European...

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Yakimov, M.; Kalmoukov, K.
Publisher
Transilvania University Press, Brașov, Romania
Citation
Proceedings of the Biennial International Symposium, Forest and Sustainable Development, Brașov, Romania, 15-16th October 2010, 2011, pp 109-114
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This study investigated the impact, extent and severity of bark beetle on Oriental spruce at tree and stand level. In order to compare the effects of I. typographus on managed and unmanaged area, the study was carried out in Hatila (unmanaged) and in Saçinka (managed). Soil and stand...

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Sarıyıldız, T.; Akkuzu, E.
Publisher
Transilvania University Press, Brașov, Romania
Citation
Proceedings of the Biennial International Symposium, Forest and Sustainable Development, Brașov, Romania, 15-16th October 2010, 2011, pp 205-210
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The Sustainable Development Strategy, by adopting the principles of the Convention on Biodiversity Protection, prohibits the introduction of allochthonous species in natural ecosystems. The utilisation of allochthonous species (provided they are not on the invasive species list) is allowed in...

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Ratknic, M.; Rakonjac, L.; Isajev, V.; Lavadinovic, V.; Lučic, A.
Publisher
Transilvania University Press, Brașov, Romania
Citation
Proceedings of the Biennial International Symposium, Forest and Sustainable Development, Brașov, Romania, 15-16th October 2010, 2011, pp 87-92
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The paper presents ecological and main morphological characteristics of pyramid fir tree in the area of South-west Serbia (the Ogorijevac locality). The pyramid fir tree occurs only in three areas in Europe, and solely in a single tree form. The pyramid fir tree (Abies alba var. piramidalis)...

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Rakonjac, L.; Ratknic, M.; Isajev, V.; Lavadinovic, V.; Lučic, A.
Publisher
Transilvania University Press, Brașov, Romania
Citation
Proceedings of the Biennial International Symposium, Forest and Sustainable Development, Brașov, Romania, 15-16th October 2010, 2011, pp 81-86
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This article deals with the issues of utilization of non-wood products in the territory of Serbia. Subject to the analysis was utilization of medicinal herbs, fungi, and forest yield from technical, technological and economic aspect of view. Besides that, goal was to analyze the significance and...

Author(s)
Danilovic, M.; Gacic, D.
Publisher
Transilvania University Press, Brașov, Romania
Citation
Proceedings of the Biennial International Symposium, Forest and Sustainable Development, Brașov, Romania, 15-16th October 2010, 2011, pp 603-608

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