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Forest related perspectives for regional development in Europe [electronic resource] / by Pentti Hyttinen ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Hyttinen, Pentti.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Research report (European Forest Institute): 13.Publisher: Leiden : Brill, 2002Description: 1 online resource (x, 129 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9047401166; 9789047401162; 9789004123113; 9004123113; 1417577932 (electronic bk.); 9781417577934 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Forests and forestry -- Economic aspects -- Europe | Rural development -- Europe | Electronic books | NATURE -- Natural Resources | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Environmental Economics | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Green Business | Forstwirtschaft | Regionalentwicklung | EuropaGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Forest related perspectives for regional development in Europe.DDC classification: 338.1/749/094 Other classification: FOR 910f | RC 10684 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Forest resources and functions in Europe -- Wood supply and demand issues -- Conservation and biodiversity issues -- Environment and carbon sequestration issues -- Employment and rural development issues -- Aim -- Inventory Data and Modelling Approaches -- Input data -- The age class area matrix approach -- Diameter distribution based approach -- Simple balance approach -- Country Level Results -- Albania -- Austria -- Belgium -- Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Bulgaria -- Croatia -- Czech Republic -- Denmark -- Finland -- France -- Germany -- Greece -- Hungary -- Ireland -- Italy -- Luxembourg -- Macedonia -- The Netherlands -- Norway -- Poland -- Portugal -- Romania -- Slovak Republic -- Slovenia -- Spain -- Sweden -- Switzerland -- Turkey -- United Kingdom -- Yugoslavia -- European Scale Results -- European totals -- Problems in finding desired fellings -- Spatial distribution of the results -- Uncertainties -- Initial state -- Basic assumptions related to simulations -- Simulated results for increment and mortality -- Model behaviour and validation -- Europe's Forest Resource Potential and Policy Implications -- Forest resource development in socio-economic and policy context -- Shaping the policy options for the future -- What should we know to control the development?
Summary: Most of the less-favoured regions in Europe feature large areas of forestland. The FORWARD (Forest Resources for Work Opportunities and Regional Development) project was initiated to generate employment and income based on forest resources. This report presents the findings of the project.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [121]-129).

Forest resources and functions in Europe -- Wood supply and demand issues -- Conservation and biodiversity issues -- Environment and carbon sequestration issues -- Employment and rural development issues -- Aim -- Inventory Data and Modelling Approaches -- Input data -- The age class area matrix approach -- Diameter distribution based approach -- Simple balance approach -- Country Level Results -- Albania -- Austria -- Belgium -- Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Bulgaria -- Croatia -- Czech Republic -- Denmark -- Finland -- France -- Germany -- Greece -- Hungary -- Ireland -- Italy -- Luxembourg -- Macedonia -- The Netherlands -- Norway -- Poland -- Portugal -- Romania -- Slovak Republic -- Slovenia -- Spain -- Sweden -- Switzerland -- Turkey -- United Kingdom -- Yugoslavia -- European Scale Results -- European totals -- Problems in finding desired fellings -- Spatial distribution of the results -- Uncertainties -- Initial state -- Basic assumptions related to simulations -- Simulated results for increment and mortality -- Model behaviour and validation -- Europe's Forest Resource Potential and Policy Implications -- Forest resource development in socio-economic and policy context -- Shaping the policy options for the future -- What should we know to control the development?

Most of the less-favoured regions in Europe feature large areas of forestland. The FORWARD (Forest Resources for Work Opportunities and Regional Development) project was initiated to generate employment and income based on forest resources. This report presents the findings of the project.

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