Forest Wilderness and the role of deadwood!

A recent CEEweb publication is focusing on forest Wilderness, dead wood and non-intervention management!

Forest and other wooded land are covering more than 40% of the EU’s land area. Despite of this significant figure European forests are exposed to a number of pressures such as climate change, habitat fragmentation, invasive alien species or the intensification of forest management.

The CEEweb publication titled ‘Four Highlights from Natura 2000 Forest, NGO recommendation on management’ is an important contribution to this subject with a focus on Wilderness and non-intervention management, ecological coherence and management of the dead wood!

List of recommendations and conclusions at the end of publication is offering excellent background for decision makers, field managers and all individuals interested to this subject. Recommendations and conclusions are divided to the following blocks: Wilderness and non-intervention management, Management for deadwood retention, Light forest and Ecological coherence are providing an excellent guidance for practical and field work.

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2 thoughts on “Forest Wilderness and the role of deadwood!

  1. Good to know that so many people like and appreciate wilderness. By the way my bike cost 300 Euros and I bike a lot… not necessary to office but in the country around.

  2. what a Good Place!!!really envy you all having good life there Reply:September 21st, 2009 at 9:39 pmayeh! I can ride to office too! In fact I walk to office everyday. My office is just 2.2 KM away and I usually take approx 25 mins to walk there. I don’t drive on weekday these days only weekend when go to supermarket for grocery.How much is your bike costs you? if you don’t mind? The new bike here costs thousands of dollars!

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