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How much forest is there in the Czech Republic?
What is the growing stock in the Czech Republic?
The total growing stock of 942 million m3 u.b. (under bark volume, based on the NFI2 data) is not exceptional comparing the rest of Europe, but the Czech Republic is among the top countries in terms of the average growing stock of 330 m3 u.b. per hectare of a productive forest area.
What is the amount of felling in the Czech Republic?
In the period between the NFI1 (2001–2004) and NFI2 (2011–2014), the mean annual felling was 21.8 million m3 u.b., out of which 85.7 % were conifers and 14.3 % broadleaves.
What is the annual wood volume increment in the Czech Republic?
In the period between the NFI1 (2001–2004) and NFI2 (2011–2014), the mean annual gross increment was 28 million m3 u.b., out of which 75.2 % corresponds to conifers and 24.8 % to broadleaves.
What is the woody species composition of the Czech forests?
What is the regeneration structure of the Czech forests?
In terms of regeneration, broadleaves (61.0 %) prevail over conifers (39.0 %) in the CZ. The total number of regeneration stems amounts to 46.6 billion. The average number of regeneration stems per hectare of a regeneration forest area is 31.0 thousand pcs/ha, of which 9.4 thous. pcs/ha is for conifers and 21.6 thous. pcs/ha is for broadleaves.
How many trees are in the Czech forests?
The total number of trees (stems) reaches 2 051.5 million pieces in the CZ, i.e. 732 pcs/ha of a productive forest area. The number of conifers (1 346.8 million pcs, i.e. 480 pcs/ha) prevails over broadleaves (704.7 million pcs, i.e. 251 pcs/ha).
NFI3 data collection finished, field instructions available for download
Data collection of the Czech NFI3 (2016 - 2020) has been finished. Evaluation of main NFI3 results and their publication will follow throughout the whole year 2021. For...
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