The Management of Regional Biodiversity – Forest Potential
The considerations on the ability of forest to maintain ecological balance and numerous environmental protection functions require the exercise of a sensible management, consistent with regional development plans. This is the more necessary as, at this moment, we are situated well below the limit of a forestation, in terms of European woodland. The management of the forest biodiversity, seen as an economic and environmental manner, permits, among other things, a sustainable exploitation of the potential through specific actions, scheduled actions of timber production, deadlines of contraction, territorial redistribution of quotas of timber, a forestation measures.
Volume (Year): 12 (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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