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Nature-based forestry in Central Europe: alternatives to industrial forestry and strict preservation.

  title={Nature-based forestry in Central Europe: alternatives to industrial forestry and strict preservation.},
  author={J. Diaci},
  • J. Diaci
  • Published 2006
  • Environmental Science
  • The expansion of human society has always influenced the features of forest ecosystems. Each period of human history has been characterized by the presence of a certain type of forest according to human activities. The historical development of Central European silviculture goes back to the formation of economic systems in the time of early capitalism. It was set off by an increasing need for available timber, which resulted in clear cuttings and artificial afforestation since the Middle Ages… CONTINUE READING
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