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Fringe Felling as a Method of Preservation and Rehabilitation of Autochthonous Coniferous Forest Stands

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I.N. Terinov, A.A. Terin,  A.G. Magasumova

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Results of experimental-industrial verification of fringe felling technique in pine stands are presented. Prospectivity of autochthonous pine stands regeneration method has been proved. Advanced assumption of fringe felling techniques feasibility in secondary broadleaved stands with the aim of regeneration of autochthonous coniferous forest stands has been indirectly proved.

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I.N. Terinov, RAS, Ural Branch, Botanic garden, silvics department
A.A. Terin, “Sukholozhskiy” branch, GUPSO LHPO 
A.G. MagasumovaUral State Forestry Engineering University

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1RAS, Ural Branch, Botanic garden, silvics department 2“Sukholozhskiy” branch, GUPSO LHPO 3Ural State Forestry Engineering University

Keywords

Key words: tree species conversion, fringe felling, preservation and rehabilitation of coniferous forest stands, renovation and species turnover felling.

Fringe Felling as a Method of Preservation and Rehabilitation of Autochthonous Coniferous Forest Stands

 

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