Selection cutting

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Selection cutting is a silvicultural approach designed to create an uneven-aged or all-aged stand structure by harvesting single trees or small groups of trees. As part of this cutting, treatments for the care and regeneration of the stand are combined at the same time. [1] [2]

  1. Clarke, N., Gundersen, P., Jönsson-Belyazid, U.,Janne Kjønaas, O., Persson, T., Sigurdsson, B.D., Stupak, I., Vesterdal, L. (2015): Influence of different tree-harvesting intensities on forest soil carbon stocks in boreal and northern temperate forest ecosystems. Forest Ecology and Management 351: 9–19.
  2. Stojanović, Lj., Krstić, M. (2008): Silviculture I. University of Belgrade Faculty of Forestry, Belgrade, Serbia, 250 pg.