Issue 8 (3) 2009 pp. 5-14
Katarzyna Glazar, Marianna Maciejewska
ECOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF WOOD HARVESTING AND SKIDDING IN PINE STANDS WITH USE DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGIES
Keywords: damages of soil, damages of trees, harwarder
The new look at the forest economy takes into considerationmaximum protection of forest ecosystems, first of all. The purpose of the research was to estimate the influence of wood harvesting and skidding technologies on forest environment, particularly on soil and remained stand. The traditional wood harvesting and skidding technology (compact sawing machine, tractor with winch) was more friendly for soil environment than the newest technology (harwarder). Decrease of the negative influence of engineering wood harvesting and skidding process on forest environment is possible through application of both technologies and technical means correctly selected for the purpose. Besides, the operator’s practice is of a significant meaning.
|MLA||Glazar, Katarzyna, and Marianna Maciejewska. "Ecological aspects of wood harvesting and skidding in pine stands with use different technologies." Acta Sci.Pol. Silv. 8.3 (2009): 5-14.|
|APA||Glazar K., Maciejewska M. (2009). Ecological aspects of wood harvesting and skidding in pine stands with use different technologies. Acta Sci.Pol. Silv. 8 (3), 5-14|
|ISO 690||GLAZAR, Katarzyna, MACIEJEWSKA, Marianna. Ecological aspects of wood harvesting and skidding in pine stands with use different technologies. Acta Sci.Pol. Silv., 2009, 8.3: 5-14.|