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Forest vegetation management in Europe: current practice and future requirements


  • I. Willoughby

    (Forest Research - Forest Research)

  • P. Balandier

    (UR EFNO - Ecosystèmes forestiers - IRSTEA - Institut national de recherche en sciences et technologies pour l'environnement et l'agriculture)

  • N.S Bentsen

    (KU - University of Copenhagen)

  • N. Mac Carthy

    (Waterford Institute of Technology - Waterford Institute of Technology)

  • J. Claridge

    (Forest Research - Forest Research)


The book provides a record of the co-operation within Europe in the field of forest vegetation management through the Cost Action E47. The aims are: i)to provide a summary of the current state of the art' as it applies to forest vegetation management in Europe for scientists, practitioners and policymakers, affiliated to state, non-governmental or private commercial organizations; ii)to document existing forest weed control practices across Europe, and hence provide a resource of alternative solutions for individual countries sharing similar conditions and challenges; and iii)to identify common information gaps and future research needs, and hence potential future areas of collaboration for forest vegetation management scientists across Europe, along with barriers that may need to be overcome to achieve that aim.

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  • I. Willoughby & P. Balandier & N.S Bentsen & N. Mac Carthy & J. Claridge, 2009. "Forest vegetation management in Europe: current practice and future requirements," Post-Print hal-00468013, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00468013
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