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WHY FOREST OPERATIONS IN MOUNTAINOUS TERRAIN?
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Talbot,B.1, & Lindroos, O.2 (font 11 pt., italics, left alignment)
1
Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute, Norway. [email protected]
Department of Forest Resource Management, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden.
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2
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Table 1 Description of conditions
Equipment
Corridor length (m)
Yarder 1
320
Yarder 2
410
Literature cited
Corridor width (m)
25
22
Yield (m3/ ha)
600
480
Cited literature should be listed alphabetically at the end of the manuscript. If an author is
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Examples:
For journal articles:
Erefur, C., Bergsten, U. & de Chantal, M. 2008. Establishment of direct seeded seedlings of Norway
spruce and Scots pine: Effects of stand conditions, orientation and distance with respect to shelter tree,
and fertilization. Forest Ecology and Management 255:1186-1195
Lieffers, V.J. & Stadt. K.J. 2003. Aging discrepancies of white spruce affect the interpretation of static
age structure in boreal mixedwoods. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 33: 2820-2821.
For book chapters:
Fløistad, I.S., Granhus, A. & Hanssen, K.H. 2009. Norway. In: Willoughby, I. et al. (eds.): Forest
vegetation management in Europe. Current practice and future requirements, pp. 91-98. Cost Office,
Brussels.
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