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Hyrcania is a productive region near the southern coast of Caspian Sea. Her forests are mostly uneven-aged beach-dominated hardwood mixtures. There is increasing willingness to treat these forests without clear-felling, following the ideas of continuous cover management. However, lack of growth and ...

Author(s)
Bayat, M.; Namiranian, M.; Zobeiri, M.; Omid, M.; Pukkala, T.
Publisher
Research Institute of Forests and Rangelands, Tehran, Iran
Citation
Iranian Journal of Forest and Poplar Research, 2014, 22, 1, pp Pe39-Pe49, En50
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We analysed wood production on an example of Silver fir growth ability within site units defined in the site classification that is currently used in the Western Carpathians. It has arisen as a very important issue, since the site units have been widely used in forestry practice and, moreover, it...

Author(s)
Bošel'a, M.; Petráš, R.; Šmelko, Š.
Publisher
Institute of Agricultural Economics and Information, Prague, Czech Republic
Citation
Journal of Forest Science, 2011, 57, 10, pp 409-421
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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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