The Perućica Forest reserve in Bosnia Herzegovina

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Re: The Perućica Forest reserve in Bosnia Herzegovina

Post by Joe » Fri Dec 07, 2012 9:42 am

Kouta, well, if those national parks are being logged- hopefully, it will be done as well as possible. Some people think all logging is bad- destructive and ugly. Probably most logging in the world is that way, but it doesn't have to be- so, hopefully, the public is watching to be sure the logging work is done up to the best possible silvicultural methods- which still may not look good to many people, but at least good silviculture tries to keep the forests healthy and "productive" for the long term. Of course all old growth forests and forests with special beauty should never be logged- and probably most national parks too. Here in America we have national forests which are subject to forestry work but most national parks are not.
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Re: The Perućica Forest reserve in Bosnia Herzegovina

Post by KoutaR » Fri Dec 07, 2012 9:56 am

Joe, all the logging is not bad indeed as we need paper and other products from forest. Of course we should limit paper use to decrease the pressure on special forests.

I don't know how the forests of Sutjeska NP are logged. In Durmitor (Montenegro), only selective logging is done.

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