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Possibilities of measurement of non-market forest benefits based on the Austrian Forest Development Plan



Possibilities of measurement of non-market forest benefits based on the Austrian Forest Development Plan



The living forest: non market benefits of forestry Proceedings of an International Symposium on Non market Benefits of Forestry, Edinburgh, UK, 24-28 June 1996: 153-157



An increase in population causes an increase in the requirements for building land and infrastructure, and more pressure is put on the environment in general and the forests in particular due to leisure activities, pollution, etc. Forest products are still important raw materials for industry, trade and business, and it is not so hard to make an evaluation of the forestry in this field. But, owing to the trends just mentioned, other functions have occurred more and more.

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