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Silvicultural recommendations for the management of pine dominated forests in Lower Austria

Project Leader
Hochbichler Eduard, Project Leader
Duration:
01.01.2007-28.02.2010
Type of Research
Applied Research
Project partners
Federal Forest Office (BFW), Seckendorff-Gudent-Weg 8, 1131 Wien, Austria.
Contact person: Frank, G., Tomiczek, Ch.;
Function of the Project Partner: Partner

Further information: http://kiefer-noe.boku.ac.at

Staff
Köck Roland, Project Staff
Weidl Christian, Project Staff (bis 31.01.2023)
Diwold Gottfried, Project Staff (bis 28.02.2010)
Freimbacher Rainer, Project Staff (bis 14.07.2013)
Spinka Stefan, Project Staff (bis 06.06.2016)
BOKU Research Units
Institute of Forest Entomology, Forest Pathology and Forest Protection
Institute of Silviculture
Funded by
Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management , Stubenring 1, A-1012 Wien, Austria
Abstract
Deducing of silvicultural recommendations for maintenance/restoration/improvement of a sustainable and stable development of pine forests against the background of multipurpose forest management.
Keywords
forest protection; silviculture;
pine forests; Black pine; silvicultural management rules; Scots pine;
Publications

Kirisits, T., Cech, T. (2006): Entwickelt sch die Dothistroma-Nadelbräune zu einem Forstschutzproblem in Österreich? [Is Dothistrome needle blight going to become an important forest disease in Austria].

Forstschutz Aktuell, 36, 20-26; ISSN 1815-5103, 1815-5111 FullText

Vorträge

Halmschlager, E (2016): Forstschutz unter dem Aspekt des globalen Wandels.

Forstökonomische Tagung 2016, NOV 16, 2016, Bruck/Mur, AUSTRIA

Kirisits, T., Unger, G., Cech, T. L. (2009): Schadfaktoren in Kiefernwäldern Niederösterreichs.

, Arbeitssitzung des Projektes „Waldbauliche Empfehlungen für die Bewirtschaftung der Kiefernwälder in Niederösterreich unter besonderer Berücksichtigung forstschutzrelevanter Aspekte“ , 14. September 2009, Seminarhotel Schwartz, Breitenau, Niederösterreich

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