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Management by stand of a municipal mixed pine and eucalypt forest



Management by stand of a municipal mixed pine and eucalypt forest



Cuadernos De La Sociedad Espanola De Ciencias Forestales: , 61-63



Gato forest is a municipal forest in the municipality of Oza dos Rios, in the province of La Coruna, Galicia, Spain. It was designated as a municipal forest in 1966 and has been subject to a consortium with the Forestry Administration since 1959. The forest is principally composed of <i>Pinus pinaster, P. radiata, Eucalyptus globulus, Betula celtiberica, Quercus robur</i> and <i>Castanea sativa</i>. It is divided into 10 inventory areas, which in turn e divided into 29 stands.

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