The national forest inventory of the Republic of Serbia

the growing stock of the Republic of Serbia
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Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management of the Republic of Serbia-Forest Directorate Belgrade , Belgrade
Statistics, Forest surveys, Forests and for
Statement[Staniša Banković ... et al. ; technical editor Nenad Ranković]
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSD83.S4 N33 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination238 p. :
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Open LibraryOL24920800M
ISBN 139788683285211
LC Control Number2011408803

First National Forest Inventory (NFI 1) –pilot project •“The National Forest Inventory of the Republic of Serbia” – •Terrestrial survey – •Data processing and analysis –final report •“The National Forest Inventory of the Republic of Serbia – The growing stock”File Size: 1MB.

This is a list of forests in Serbia. Košutnjak; Molin Forest; Topčider; Rudnik; Radovanjski Lug; Šalinac GroveSovereign states: Albania, Andorra, Armenia.

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The national forest inventory of the Republic of Serbia: the growing stock of the Republic of Serbia by Staniša Banković, Nenad Ranković Unknown, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Pages: The main topics addressed are national definitions and improvements in common reporting of forests available for wood supply, stem quality and assortments, estimation of change including growth and drain, and tree resources outside forest land.

The book is a must-have for everyone whose work involves national forest inventories, and for all. Books shelved as serbia: Dictionary of the Khazars by Milorad Pavić, The Tiger's Wife by Téa Obreht, The Encyclopedia of the Dead by Danilo Kiš, A Tomb f. Recognising the fact that forests and other wooded land in the Republic of Serbia occupy cca million hectares, which is about 1/3 of the territory of the Republic; recognising the universal necessity of the sustainable forest management, i.e.

forestFile Size: KB. Based on the data of the National Forest Inventory, this paper presents the basic characteristics of forest ecosystems in Serbia by different qualitative and quantitative parameters.

Banković S, Medarević M, Pantić D, Petrović N () The National Forest Inventory of the Republic of Serbia—the growing stock of the Republic of Serbia. Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management of the Republic of Serbia-Forest Directorate, Belgrade Google Scholar.

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Forestry FORESTS OF SERBIA. According to the last measurement of forests in Serbia (without Kosovo), using the methodology defined by National Forest Inventory (NFI) international rules (Clusters distance 4*4 km), total covered area is 29,1 %, or 2, ha.

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The National Forest Inventory (NFI) forms a major part of FODEMO Project's Result 1 - which focuses on building the national legal and policy framework for forest management.

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