Deadwood in Pan-European forests, 1990-2005

Figure Created 12 Nov 2009 Published 12 Nov 2009 Last modified 28 Oct 2015
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In the period 1990-2005, an overall increase in dead wood by about 4.3 % was observed in the pan-European region (EEA, 2009), a sign of more biodiversity-friendly management.


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