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Statistical data on forest fund of Russia and changing of forest productivity in the second half of XX centuryAuthor(s): Alexeyev V.A.; Markov M.V.; R.A. Birdsey; Birdsey R.A.
Source: St. Petersburg Forest Ecological Center. 272 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionContains statistical data on area and growing-stock volume of forest lands in Oblasts, Krays and Republics of Russian Federation, for the period 1961-1998. Positive dynamics of average growing stock for coniferous, deciduous hardwood and deciduous softwood tree stands by stand-age groups were disclosed. The impact of main anthropogenic and natural factors, including Climate Change, on dynamics of productivity in forests of Russia is discussed. Errors in statistical data of the state forest fund accounts were analyzed and estimated.
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CitationAlexeyev V.A.; Markov M.V.; Birdsey R.A. 2004. Statistical data on forest fund of Russia and changing of forest productivity in the second half of XX century. St. Petersburg Forest Ecological Center. 272 p.
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