Forest Security in the Balkans in the Nineteenth Century



Forest Ownership and Tax Evasion in the Ottoman Empire 1870 1914
Dursun, Selçuk (null; 2010-07-24)
Forest Commons and Property Rights in the Late Ottoman Empire and Early Turkish Republic
Dursun, Selçuk (null; 2017-10-28)
Forest bird community response to a decade of forestry activities in Istranca Forests. Özkan K. , Turkey. 2017.
Özkan, Korhan (2017-07-13)
Forest management affects saproxylic beetles through tree species composition and canopy cover
Edelmann, Pascal; Ambarlı, Didem; Gossner, Martin M.; Schall, Peter; Ammer, Christian; Wende, Beate; Schulze, Ernst-Detlef; Weisser, Wolfgang W.; Seibold, Sebastian (2022-11-01)
Forest management has been shown to affect biodiversity, but the effects vary among taxa and studies. Due to their host-tree preferences, many saproxylic, i.e. deadwood-dependent, beetle species are likely affected by forest management via changes in tree species composition. However, further structural differences caused by forest management, such as microclimatic conditions, may interfere with effects of tree species. We lack a more detailed understanding of how forest management intensity influences sapr...
Forest Fire Risk Mapping by Kernel Density Estimation
KUTER, NAZAN; Yenilmez, Firdes; KUTER, SEMİH (2011-09-01)
When evaluating wildland fires, well prepared forest fire risk maps are regarded as one of the most valuable tools for forest managers, and during the production stage of these maps, association between historical fire data and other factors, such as topographic, anthropogenic and climatic, are often required. One of the most encountered problems in forest fire risk analyses is the fact that historical fire data, the dependent variable, are generally in point format, whereas other factors, the independent v...
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