TITLE

THE PECULIARITIES OF THE NATURAL OVERGROWING OF THE BEECH TREE IN THE LENGTH OF THE CUT TERRITORIES OF THE FOREST-ECONOMY OF GUGARK OF LORI REGION

AUTHOR(S)
Vardanian, Z. S.
PUB. DATE
January 2005
SOURCE
Electronic Journal of Natural Sciences;Jan2005, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p19
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The restoration of a forest is the emergence of a new one in the cut territories that can be made in seed and vegetative ways. We have studied the rates and peculiarities of the natural overgrowing of the beech tree in the territory of the forest fund of the state forest economy of Gugark of Lori region. In 1992-1996 the forests of Lori region (and Gugark) was cut because of the different socio-economic conditions (earthquake, war, blockade, lack of fuel, raw materials, crisis following it, etc). In the territories of the cut forests of Gugark the natural restoration of the beech tree is faint or uneven. The previous beech woods change into hornbeam woods, successive changes happen.
ACCESSION #
16509337

 

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