Dynamics of the Taxation Characteristics of Forest Stands in the North-West of Russia
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Department of Forestry, Saint Petersburg State Forest Engineering University named after S. M. Kirov, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
Department Forest Crops, Breeding and Dendrology, Bratsk State University, Bratsk, Russian Federation
Department of Transport and Technological Machinery and Equipment, Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education “Petrozavodsk State University”, Petrozavodsk, Russian Federation
Department of Industrial Transport, Construction and Geodesy, Voronezh State University of Forestry and Technologies named after G.F.Morozov, Voronezh, Russian Federation
Department of Operation of Road Transport and Auto Repair, Northeastern Federal University named after M.K. Ammosov, Yakutsk, Russian Federation
Department of Technologies and Equipment of Timber Industry, Ural State Forest Engineering University, Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation
Department of Technology and Equipment of Forest Complex, Arctic State Agrotechnological University, Yakutsk, Russian Federation
Submission date: 2021-12-13
Final revision date: 2022-03-09
Acceptance date: 2022-03-21
Online publication date: 2022-08-04
Publication date: 2022-09-01
Corresponding author
Olga Grigoreva   

Saint Petersburg State Forest Engineering University named after S. M. Kirov, Russia
Pol. J. Environ. Stud. 2022;31(5):4107-4115
Many researchers around the world show interest in forest ecosystems. Because the growth of forest stands depends on many environmental factors, forest stands can serve as study objects in research on climatic conditions and their role in forest architecture regulation. This study seeks to determine taxation indices of different tree stands to establish the possibility of forecasting the further course of forest development. The study sample includes forest stands with trees of different bonitet classes in the Leningrad region. The results show that climatic and other factors affect trees in different ways, depending on their species, age and location. The estimated height of pine in bonitet class II-IV is lower than the tabular one. The estimated diameter is higher than the tabular one in all cases except for one where stands consist of pine in bonitet class I. The biomass increment was smaller than expected in spruce trees of class III bonitet, pine trees of class II bonitet, and birch trees of class I bonitet.
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