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Forest Degradation - Europe's Environment: The Dobris Assessment (Chapter 34)

34.1 - Introduction
34.2 - Damage attributed to atmospheric pollution
34.2.1 - Historical background
34.2.2 - The problem
34.2.3 - Launching of national and transnational surveys
34.2.4 - Data analysis
34.2.4.1 - Species
34.2.4.2 - Climatic regions
34.2.4.3 - Trends over time
34.2.5 - Causes
34.2.6 - Economic effects
34.2.7 - Options
34.2.8 - Conclusions
34.3 - Damage due to fire
34.3.1 - Introduction
34.3.2 - The problem
34.3.3 - The facts
34.3.4 - The causes
34.3.4.1 - Natural causes
34.3.4.2 - Accidents, negligence and arson
34.3.4.3 - Management practices
34.3.5 - Consequences of fire on the environment
34.3.6 - Economic costs
34.3.7 - Strategies for prevention and fighting fires
34.3.7.1 - Fire prevention
34.3.7.2 - Fire watch
34.3.7.3 - Fire control
34.3.7.4 - Fire as a management tool
34.3.8 - Conclusions
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