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Is sustainable development of Carpathian mountain forests possible?



Is sustainable development of Carpathian mountain forests possible?



Effects of air pollution on forest health and biodiversity in forests of the Carpathian Mountains Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Stara Lesna, Slovakia, 22-26 May 2002: 76-95



The broader meaning of the biodiversity concept covers on one hand the components of Natural Capital together with their taxonomic and genetic diversity, and on the other hand, human social organization, ethnic, linguistic and cultural diversity. Carpathian forests like any other ecological system are product and service provider units.

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