European Environment Agency (2008): European forests - ecosystem conditions and sustainable use. EEA, Copenhagen

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European Environment Agency (2008): European forests - ecosystem conditions and sustainable use. EEA, Copenhagen
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EEA (2008)
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European Environment Agency
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2008
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EEA Report No 3/2008
European forests - ecosystem conditions and sustainable use
ISBN 978-92-9167-354-4
ISSN 1725-9177

biodiverzitás
erdőgazdálkodás
fenntarthatóság
természetvédelem: kezelés, terv
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EEA Report No 3/2008
European forests - ecosystem conditions and sustainable use
ISBN 978-92-9167-354-4
ISSN 1725-9177

Tartalom
Acknowledgements
Executive summary
1 Safeguarding the biological diversity of Europe's forests
2 Managing European forests — main findings and challenges
2.1 Main findings and preliminary assessment of European forest biological diversity
2.2 Main challenges for future management and use of European forests
3 Development of forests and forest biological diversity in Europe
3.1 Europe's forest area is increasing
3.2 Semi-natural forests dominate in Europe
3.3 European forest types for assessment of forest conditions
3.4 Mosaic of landscapes and fragmentation
3.5 Old forests are important for many species
3.6 Deadwood is an important forest-stand quality
3.7 Trends in selected species
3.8 Genetic diversity of European forests
4 Use of forest resources and other anthropogenic factors having an impact on forest biodiversity and ecosystems
4.1 Forest use in traditional economies and the development towards today's multifunctionality and industrial use
4.2 Wood production and consideration of biodiversity
4.3 Wood for renewable energy and ecological restrictions
4.4 Forest fires and other damages
4.5 Invasive alien species in European forests
4.6 Long-range air pollution
4.7 Climate change and carbon stock
5 Actions and capacity-building for sustainable forest management and safeguarding biodiversity
5.1 Activities towards sustainable use of forest resources in Europe
5.2 Forest protection in Europe
5.3 Cross-sector cooperation and coordination
5.4 European support to education, research and monitoring
Annex 1 European Forest Types
Annex 2 Forest species on the list of worst invasive alien species threatening biodiversity in Europe
Annex 3 Definitions of main concepts used in the report
References

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ER Archívum (2008/P-001)
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kutatási jelentés, jegyzőkönyv
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Gulyás Györgyi
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2008-07-02