Shelterwood System

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Shelterwood system is a silvicultural approach where trees are removed in successive cuttings, allowing a new stand to form under the protection of the remaining trees.[1] [2]

  1. Schönenberger, W., & Brang, P. (2004). Silviculture in mountain forests. In J. Burley, J. Evans, & J. A. Youngquist (Eds.), Encyclopedia of forest sciences (pp. 1085-1094).
  2. Stojanović, Lj., Krstić, M. (2008): Silviculture I. University of Belgrade Faculty of Forestry, Belgrade, Serbia, 250 pg.