By Harald Sverdrup, Ingrid Stjernquist (auth.), Harald Sverdrup, Ingrid Stjernquist (eds.)
In this booklet is summarized these administration rules that are meant to be legitimate in components the place forests always are used for construction, the place biodiversity facets are very important in addition to financial system and productiveness, and the place calls for on soil prestige and water caliber are set. in particular the very long term points are emphasised, and it's proven how approach version pondering is used to arrive the objectives. Biogeochemical facets are recommend as they're extremely important in components on bad bedrock with acid soils. wooded area energy and tension on bushes are taken care of, in addition to the significance of flora and fauna and their results of searching. The stability among social and leisure calls for from the society and the low cost wishes of the landowner is of serious trouble. reports from a distinct zone in South Sweden are presented.
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Developing Principles and Models for Sustainable Forestry in Sweden by Harald Sverdrup, Ingrid Stjernquist (auth.), Harald Sverdrup, Ingrid Stjernquist (eds.)