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EVALUATION OF FOREST ROAD NETWORK PLANNING IN LANDSLIDE SENSITIVE AREAS BY GIS-BASED MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION MAKING APPROACHES IN IHSANGAZI WATERSHED, NORTHERN TURKEY
(Croatian Forestry Soc, 2019)
Forest roads are one of the fundamental infrastructures in carrying out forestry activities and services. According to FAO, approximately 20 percent of the world's forest lands are covered mountain forests. Since forests ...
Productivity of a Portable Winch System Used in Salvage Logging of Storm-Damaged Timber
(Zagreb Univ, Fac Forestry, 2019)
Storm damages result in serious losses in many regions, primarily by stem breakage or blow-down. Extraction of storm-damaged trees often requires more difficult than normal skidding activities due to obstacles created ...
Variation of tree diameters along road edges: the case of Karacabey linden forest in Bursa, Turkey
Roads have important effects on forest ecosystems including degradation and fragmentation of habitats. However, light availability along the road edge increases which reflects the diversity and amount of plant species. ...
Assessing the effects of site factors on the productivity of a feller buncher: a time and motion analysis
(Northeast Forestry Univ, 2019)
We evaluated, for the first time in Turkey, the productivity of a feller buncher during clear-cut operations of two Brutian pine stands located in Canakkale, northwestern Turkey with different diameter classes and terrain ...