La trascendencia de la comprensión y de la evaluación del incremento y de su utilización en el manejo forestal
Transcendence of understanding, evaluating increase and use in forest management
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Some forest management procedures currently used in Mexico are focused on forest cultivation or silviculture. Since many forests are still old growth, large timber volumes have to be removed in order for the forest mass to be renewed. In the first cut, large volumes are available. However, for successive cuttings small volumes of timer are available compared to previous cuttings. This situation is not opportunely foreseen because management programs do not make projections of the future state of the forest. This paper emphasizes the need to consider mainly growth as a tool to achieve more efficient forest management.Keyworks: Forest management, silviculture, evaluation, growth.
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Ramírez-Maldonado, H., & Romahn de la Vega, C. F. (1999). Transcendence of understanding, evaluating increase and use in forest management. Revista Chapingo Serie Ciencias Forestales y del Ambiente, V(2), 173-179. http://dx.doi.org/0000