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Forest protection

Scott Roberts

Forest protection is a topic that covers agents causing damage to forests and the prevention of this damage. Sometimes these factors (e.g. wildfires) may also threaten properties and human life.

Protection from various diseases means that in forest management we should not create conditions favouring the spread of pests and diseases. The potential risk of introducing pests and diseases should be taken into account when we make decision about the type of regeneration, soil preparation, and species composition, etc. The health condition of growing stock can be affected by stand treatment methods (e.g. thinning, pruning, drainage of soil), working methods and timing of actions.

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  1. Julius Kühn-Institut - Bundesforschungsinstitut für Kulturpflanzen (JKI)
    • Julius Kühn-Institute - Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants (JKI)
  2. Lesnícka ochranárska služba (LOS)
    • Forest Protection Service Centre [Slovakia]
  3. Nationale Plattform Naturgefahren PLANAT
    • National Platform for Natural Hazards [Switzerland]; Plateforme nationale - Dangers naturels; Piattaforma nazionale - Pericoli naturali
  4. Non-Native Species [UK]
  5. Plant Pathology Internet Guide Book (PPIGB)
  6. Sanasilva-Inventur
    • Forest health inventory
  7. Skogskade på Internett
    • Forest Damage on the Internet [Norway]
  8. State of Europe's Forests 2003: the MCPFE report on sustainable forest management in Europe
  9. World directory of forest pathologists and entomologists

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