Mapping of forest vegetation is considered as an
efficient method for obtaining of statistic information, which serves as a base
for determination of the character of coenisis use in concrete regions.
Different scales and periodicity of vegetation mapping allow to establish the
peculiarities of coenisis structure, dynamics and functioning. Physical-geographic
conditions pre-determine time intervals of forests taxation. Mapping taking
into account the synchronicity and syntopic aspects helps to reveal the
ecological potential both of forests and of the whole landscapes.
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