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Importance of priority areas for multi-objective forest planning : a Central European perspective


Simončič, Tina; Bončina, Andrej; Rosset, C.; Binder, F.; De Meo, I.; Čavlović, Jura; Gal, J.; Matijašić, Dragan; Schneider, J.; Singer, F.; Sitko, R.
Importance of priority areas for multi-objective forest planning : a Central European perspective // International forestry review, 15 (2013), 509-523 doi:10.1505/146554813809025685 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Importance of priority areas for multi-objective forest planning : a Central European perspective

Autori
Simončič, Tina ; Bončina, Andrej ; Rosset, C. ; Binder, F. ; De Meo, I. ; Čavlović, Jura ; Gal, J. ; Matijašić, Dragan ; Schneider, J. ; Singer, F. ; Sitko, R.

Izvornik
International forestry review (1465-5489) 15 (2013); 509-523

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Multi-objective forest management; forest goods and services; integration; forest functions; protected forest areas

Sažetak
In the framework of multi-objective forest management, 'priority areas' which are relatively more important for the selected management objectives are commonly designated. Using a comparative analysis of guided interviews, we examined the use and importance of priority areas in forest planning in nine Central European countries. In all countries, priority areas have been widely used, forest function areas and protected areas being the most common. According to management objectives, more than 20 types of priority areas were recognised, with priority areas for protection against natural hazards, nature conservation, recreation, welfare, and production being the most prevalent. Criteria for the designation differ among the countries ; however, site conditions and infrastructure facilities are most often used. The scale of designation ranges from 1:10 000-1:50 000, and the size of priority areas varies from 0.1 ha to several hundreds of ha. The level of participation of stakeholders involved in the designation of priority areas differs among and within the countries. The effectiveness of priority areas for forest management can be improved by transparent designation criteria, objective oriented management measures, and efficient financial instruments.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Biotehnologija



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Ustanove
Šumarski fakultet, Zagreb

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Simončič, Tina; Bončina, Andrej; Rosset, C.; Binder, F.; De Meo, I.; Čavlović, Jura; Gal, J.; Matijašić, Dragan; Schneider, J.; Singer, F.; Sitko, R.
Importance of priority areas for multi-objective forest planning : a Central European perspective // International forestry review, 15 (2013), 509-523 doi:10.1505/146554813809025685 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)
Simončič, T., Bončina, A., Rosset, C., Binder, F., De Meo, I., Čavlović, J., Gal, J., Matijašić, D., Schneider, J., Singer, F. & Sitko, R. (2013) Importance of priority areas for multi-objective forest planning : a Central European perspective. International forestry review, 15, 509-523 doi:10.1505/146554813809025685.
@article{article, year = {2013}, pages = {509-523}, DOI = {10.1505/146554813809025685}, keywords = {multi-objective forest management, forest goods and services, integration, forest functions, protected forest areas}, journal = {International forestry review}, doi = {10.1505/146554813809025685}, volume = {15}, issn = {1465-5489}, title = {Importance of priority areas for multi-objective forest planning : a Central European perspective}, keyword = {multi-objective forest management, forest goods and services, integration, forest functions, protected forest areas} }

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