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Assumptions in the rules of forest harvest for the concept of sustainable and balanced forest management



Assumptions in the rules of forest harvest for the concept of sustainable and balanced forest management



Sylwan 141(1): 49-56



General assumptions are formulated for sustainable forest management involving both harvesting requirements and other uses, including environmental and biodiversity considerations.

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