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A. Lifländer

Keskitetty hakkuutoiminta Perä-Pohjolassa ja asutuskysymys.

Lifländer A. (1957). Keskitetty hakkuutoiminta Perä-Pohjolassa ja asutuskysymys. Silva Fennica no. 92 article id 4655. https://doi.org/10.14214/sf.a14056

English title: Centralized fellings in Northern Finland and the settlement question.

Abstract

Silva Fennica Issue 92 includes presentations held in 1956 in the 8th professional development courses, arranged for forest officers working in the Forest Service. The presentations focus on practical issues in forest management and administration, especially in regional level. The education was arranged by Forest Service.

In 1950s in the administrative region of Northern Finland 2,951 million ha of state forests awere under economic management while 3,285 million ha were not managed. Settlement activities mostly took place in the area that was managed, and where fellings were arranged in a centralized way. In these areas logging costs were minimized by, for instance, constructing roads, improving floating channels and constructing camps. This presentation describes ways to coordinate and rationalize both the settlement activities and fellings in these areas.

Original keywords
metsäopetus; jatkokoulutus; asutustoiminta; hakkuut; valtionmetsät; Metsähallitus; Pohjois-Suomi

English keywords
forest education; settlement; settlement activities; state forests; Forest Service; fellings

Published in 1957

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