Culturally modified trees or wasted timber: Different approaches to marked trees in Poland’s Białowieża Forest

@inproceedings{Samojlik2019CulturallyMT,
  title={Culturally modified trees or wasted timber: Different approaches to marked trees in Poland’s Białowieża Forest},
  author={Tomasz Samojlik and Anastasia Fedotova and Tomasz Niechoda and Ian D. Rotherham},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2019}
}
Studies of past forest use traditions are crucial in both understanding the present state of the oldest European forests, and in guiding decisions on future forest conservation and management. Current management of Poland's Białowieża Forest (BF), one of the best-preserved forests of the European lowlands, is heavily influenced by anecdotal knowledge on forest history. Therefore, it is important to gain knowledge of the forest's past in order to answer questions about its historical… CONTINUE READING

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