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Title: The overview of existing methods for the harvesting, storage and sale of wood after the windblows and recommendations for new methods of harvesting and marketing of windblown timber taking into account the possibility of forest insurance. Component 2: Supporting resilience and recovery in the forestry sector
Authors: Nosnikau, Vadim
Lednitskiy, Andrej
Protas, Pavel
Keywords: forest insurance
windshield cleaning
windshield cleaning
windwood
windbreaks
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: BSTU
Citation: The overview of existing methods for the harvesting, storage and sale of wood after the windblows and recommendations for new methods of harvesting and marketing of windblown timber taking into account the possibility of forest insurance. Component 2: Supporting resilience and recovery in the forestry sector / World Bank Group, Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, Belarusian State Technological University ; prepared by: V. Nosnikau, A. Lednitskiy, P. Protas – Minsk : BSTU, 2018. – 35 p.
Abstract: This report has been drawn up within the study of Component 2: Supporting resilience and recovery in the forestry sector funded by The Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR). The report focuses on the issues related to timber harvesting, conservation and sales after the windblow that occurred in Belarus in 2016. The report contains evaluation of operational safety during logging operations on the windblown areas as well as review of approaches to forest insurance against adverse weather effects. The study and the review of best international practices served as a basis for recommendations for improving the effi ciency of recovery operations after forestry catastrophic events in Belarus.
URI: https://elib.belstu.by/handle/123456789/29078
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