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Seasonal fluctuations in milk production in Finland are greater than in other Scandinavian countries. Tables show that variations are greatest in E.Finland. Problems arising from these fluctuations and methods of ensuring more even production (seasonal prices, free insemination etc.) are discussed.

Author(s)
Aigo, L.
Citation
Karjantuote, 1972, 55, 9, pp 228-229
Abstract

Thinning trials were made in stands of Pinus sylvestris and Picea abies near Stockholm in order to compare the damage to soil and vegetation during ground skidding by winch with that caused by conventional skidders. Productivity and the distribution of logging waste on the ground were the same for...

Author(s)
Drakenberg, K.; Kardell, L.
Citation
Rapporter och Uppsatser, Institutionen for Skogsteknik, 1974, No. 80, pp 23 pp.
Abstract

A study based on replies to two questionnaires sent to all 55 cities in Finland in 1971 and 1972 asking for the views of both city forest managers (mostly trained foresters of various grades) and the public who use the recreational facilities provided by the forests. In general, the opinions of...

Author(s)
Heino, J.
Citation
Folia Forestalia, Institutum Forestale Fenniae, 1974, No. 223, pp 47 pp.
Abstract

The biology, injuriousness and control of Reesa vespulae (Milliron), which damages collections and exhibitions in zoological and botanical museums in Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway and was found in Europe for the first time in 1960, are dealt with. The dermestid has also been found in private...

Author(s)
Mehl, R.
Citation
Fauna, Norway, 1975, 28, 4, pp 198-204
Abstract

Legislation in Sweden can restrict forestry operations for some conservation or multiple-use purposes, and in certain circumstances forest owners can claim reimbursement from the government for losses attributable to such restrictions. In this study, theoretical comparisons of economic results...

Author(s)
Kardell, L.; Ericson, O.
Citation
Sveriges Skogsvardsforbunds Tidskrift, 1975, 73, 4, pp 339-369
Abstract

Reports further experiments [cf. FA 35, 1782] in which trampling was simulated in a Picea abies stand of the Myrtillus type, 95 years old, a Pinus sylvestris stand of the Vaccinium type, 85 years old, a Pinus sylvestris stand of the Calluna type, 45 years old, and natural and cultivated grass areas ...

Author(s)
Kellomaki, S.; Saastamoinen, V.-L.
Citation
Acta Forestalia Fennica, 1975, No. 147, pp 22 pp.
Abstract

In a study of two recreation areas near Helsinki, Finland, Birch and Pine were preferred to Spruce, mixed to pure stands, and mature to young stands.

Author(s)
Kellomaki, S.
Citation
Acta Forestalia Fennica, 1975, No. 146, pp 36 pp.
Abstract

Presents papers by 9 authors read at a Swedish seminar on the forest as a producer of wood, a place of recreation and a source of livelihood (with the emphasis on the necessary compromises rather than on priorities) and centring on a detailed project of a recreation area of ca. 500 km2 in...

Citation
Sveriges Skogsvardoforbunds Tidskrift, 1975, 73, 6, pp 503-622
Abstract

A team of experts investigates the extent to which Sweden, a social model in many ways, could be an example to the Federal Republic of Germany in matters of leisure. They discuss the most recent projects and attainments. The material would be useful for study and information for all those who work...

Citation
Freizeit in Schweden: Freizertpolitik, Freizeitplannung, Freizeitpadagogik, Freizeitforschung., 1975, pp 69pp.
Abstract

Various factors affecting monthly milk intakes of Norwegian dairies are analysed (location of dairy; seasonal calving pattern; poor utilization of cows' milk production potential in late summer and autumn; and basic prices for milk). Details are given of the price system used by the OEstlandets...

Author(s)
Lilleby, O.
Citation
Meieriposten, 1976, 65, 3, pp 87-89, 92-96

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