The area of forests in Europe1 has increased by 9% over the last 30 years. At 227 million ha of forests, more than one-third of Europe’s land surface is forested. About three-quarters of the net annual wood increment is felled. However, in the last 20 years, the area of forests intended for the preservation of biodiversity has increased significantly. We are still pleased with the fact that most forests in Europe are accessible to the population, and 6% of forests (eg urban forests) are
intensively managed for visitors.
Slovenian forestry institute also participates intensively in the preparation of data.
In the second half of September, more precisely on 22nd and 23rd September, we hosted the project partners of the Alptrees Interreg Alpine space project at the institute. We met at the 15th meeting of ...
Project collaborators started to pinpoint exact location of of LIFE SySTEMiC research plots at sites, previously determined from remote sensing and forest stand data. During first stage, location of ...
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