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Ecological-Geobotanical Monitoring of Forest Use (Some Methodological Aspects)

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103317, PP. 1-5

Subject Areas: Environmental Sciences, Biogeography, Ecosystem Science

Keywords: Ecological-Geobotanic Maps, Express Schematic Maps, Forests Taxation, Monitoring, Lake Baikal Basin

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Setting of forms and methods for forest use must be based on assessment and forecast characteristics of forests modern state taking into account probable trends of their formation (or reconstitution) on the base of the analysis of modern physical-geographic conditions on a concrete territory. A very efficient method for this can be an ecological mapping monitoring of forest use with outlining of a series of ecological-geobotanic maps and express schematic maps of the state of forest communities for a concrete time between forests taxation periods; these are often 15-25-years (sometimes more) their components. This work is considering as theoretic aspect in discution for establishing some new methodical approaches for organization of forestry at all. According to this, we have to say that use its position in forestry will be more objective and allow to preserve natural basis of forest use and its restoration. Next step is using that approaches on the practice.

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Sizykh, A. and Shekhovtsov, A. (2017). Ecological-Geobotanical Monitoring of Forest Use (Some Methodological Aspects). Open Access Library Journal, 4, e3317. doi:


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