Scientific Bulletin of UNFU | VOL. 28


Publication Date Apr 26, 2018


The authors have studied the concepts of succession and genesis of forest stands. We have presented the issues of forest typology concerning ensuring the stability of natural selection in the populations of wood species and appropriate forest management. The peculiarities of the population-based approach to environmentally sustainable forest management are analysed. The approach is based on the identity of succession and population processes of forest stands in space and time. Some issues of successional changes of forest stands for hornbeam-beech and oak-beech forest types in Transcarpathian region are considered. The recommendations for reforestation using natural regeneration, establishment of plantations are considered from the forest-culture positions, for which the ecological forestry typology is more suitable. The genesis series is united by types of forest site conditions for a certain type of forestry (mountain forestry, environmentally oriented or forest exploitation), which primarily concern the forest-exploitation aspect and the corresponding forest regeneration. The population-based approach on a typological principle will allow these general provisions to be linked to certain mountain territorial systems. To solve the issue of combining the results of biological and environmental research into a forest-based paradigm on a typological basis, we propose the following measures to be taken. To begin with, the succession as a phasic process should be considered in the context of the development of the forest type, i...


Forest Management Type Of Forestry Mountain Forestry Forest Type Transcarpathian Region Phasic Process Changes Of Forest Establishment Of Plantations Forest Exploitation Population-based Approach

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