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|Title:||The main directions of the development of forest management and methods of forest inventory in Belarus|
|Authors:||Tolkach, I. V.|
управление лесным фондом
|Citation:||Tolkach, I. V. The main directions of the development of forest management and methods of forest inventory in Belarus / I. V. Tolkach // Proceedings of BSTU. No. 1. – Minsk : BSTU, 2015. – P. 36-38|
|Description:||The main tasks of the state program of the development of forestry in Belarus are considered in this paper. The analysis of the used methods of forest inventory, production planning and cartographic materials as well as the technologies of forest management in the Republic of Belarus are presented in the given work. The review is carried out and the main directions of development of inventory methods and forest inventories are marked, as well as the use of materials of air and satellite images (including radar and lidar) in the near and far are presented. Some information and geographic information systems are described, which are used in the forestry sector in different countries. The features of management branch of agriculture and planning of economic activities are considered in the Republic of Belarus. The basic requirements are presented, they are necessary for the functioning of information syst em of control of forest management: the accuracy of forest inventory data and planning and cartographic materials; improving the efficiency of the forest inventory design and the current business planning: accounting of forest management activities, making the current changes and update information; assessment of the effectiveness of business establishments. The main directions of the development of the system of forest management in Belarus are suggested that provide forestry sector with reliable information of the status and trends of the forest fund, incr ease the efficiency of the forest inventory design, planning and evaluation of the current effectiveness of management activities.|
|Appears in Collections:||2015, № 1|
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