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Management of abandoned forests: the need for easily implemented silvicultural plans


, : Management of abandoned forests: the need for easily implemented silvicultural plans. Italia Forestale e Montana 51(2): 131-134

A brief discussion on recent developments in silvicultural theory (in Italy). Although such ideas have accommodated new environmental issues, and can deal with the complexity and diversity of forest ecosystems, there has, at the same time, been an increase in the amount of unmanaged or abandoned forest.

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