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Inventory by forest type: a useful tool for developing forest management plans or simple operation plans

, : Inventory by forest type: a useful tool for developing forest management plans or simple operation plans. Revue Forestiere Francaise 42(4): 429-444

An account of a rapid method of forest inventory, developed in central France for use in broadleaved forests. Between 30 and 50 ha per day can be assessed, at a cost of 30 to 50 F per ha. The method uses a key of 22 forest structural types of varied stand densities, stand volumes, numbers of standards, condition of understorey or coppice etc.

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