Economic evaluation of growing stock and maturity ages of pine and oak stands
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Keywords

main-use felling, commodity structure, forest category, rent, cost indicators, comparative effectiveness.

How to Cite

Torosov, A. S., Zhezhkun, I. M., Kalashnikov, A. O., & Kharchenko, Y. V. (2020). Economic evaluation of growing stock and maturity ages of pine and oak stands. Forestry and Forest Melioration, (136), 194-202. https://doi.org/10.33220/1026-3365.136.2020.194

Abstract

The methodology for economic evaluation of growing stock by the current and projected maturity ages of stands for the current forests’ division into categories, site classes and origin is presented. The indicators of the total volume of growing stock and the stands distribution for dimensionally-quality categories of wood at a specific age of main-use felling by the current and projected maturity ages were determined. The areas were calculated and a monetary valuation was made for the stand volumes of Scots pine and pedunculate oak for maturity ages (2010–2040) on the example of state forestry enterprises of Kharkiv and Chernihiv Regions. A comparison was made for the cost indicators of the growing stock volumes of pine and oak at the mature age for the long term until 2040. The economic feasibility of the use of cost indicators in determining maturity ages of stands was grounded.

https://doi.org/10.33220/1026-3365.136.2020.194
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