sylvicultural

sylvicultural

(ˌsɪlvɪˈkʌltʃərəl)
adj
(Forestry) relating to sylviculture
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Attempts to fine-tune sylvicultural treatments dominated many international interventions in recent decades and these are reviewed.
The preserve is surrounded by sylvicultural and agricultural land uses as well as rural residential uses.
The Verdiana River valley is characterised by vegetation which is scarcely influenced by human activity, having been preserved from excessive sylvicultural exploitation due to the steepness of the terrain and the consequent difficulty of access.
Effects of two sylvicultural practices on soil fauna abundance in a northern hardwood forest, Quebec, Canada.
Modern harvesting operations, based on scientifically sound sylvicultural prescriptions, use material more efficiently and follow up rapidly with burning or mechanical reduction of residues, and the risk of fire is minimal.
However, the two sylvicultural systems we compared provided a replication of our measurements.
NLC was principally involved in development of the stormwater provisions of the new bill--provisions which would repeal the current stormwater management program for all cities and substitute a state-by-state process similar to one now used for controlling pollutants from non-point sources such as run-off from agricultural, sylvicultural and ranching activities.