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Paavo Yli-Vakkuri

Neuvontajärjestöjen ammattimiesten suorittamista leimauksista varsinaisissa yksityismetsissä

Yli-Vakkuri P. (1954). Neuvontajärjestöjen ammattimiesten suorittamista leimauksista varsinaisissa yksityismetsissä. Acta Forestalia Fennica vol. 61 no. 6 article id 7418. https://doi.org/10.14214/aff.7418

English title: Marking trees for cutting by professionals of advisory organizations in private forest in Finland.

Abstract

The archives of the advisory organizations for private forest owners in Finland, Regional Forestry Boards and Forest Management Associations, include statistics of fellings in private forests. This investigation assesses felling areas and proportion of different kinds of fellings in 1945-1952 based on the statistics. The statistics does not include fellings where the trees have been marked by a forest owner.

The total area marked annually for cutting was in average 498,300 ha. As there is 1,24 million ha of private forests in Finland, the marking gives opportunity to improve the silvicultural state of private forest relatively quickly. The share of regeneration fellings has increased after the Second World War in many parts of the country. The result indicates that the annual cuttings in private forests have corresponded the amount of fellings that has been estimated necessary according to the National Forest Inventory. There are, however, big differences between different parts of the country.

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Original keywords
hakkuut; leimaus; metsänhoitoyhdistys; metsänhoitolautakunnat; yksityismetsät

English keywords
fellings; crop marked for cutting; private forests; Forest Management Associatios; Regional Forestry Boards

Published in 1954

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