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In Slovenia, forests have been growing in terms of timber reserves and growth for decades. They have increased by more than 140% over the last 70 years. In addition to natural conditions, harvesting depends on socioeconomic factors, and recently on the occurrence of natural disasters (windbreaks, icebreakers) and bark beetles, and today it amounts to about 50% of the increase. By 2014, the felling accounted for about 50% of the increment, after which it increased substantially and presents 60 to 75% of the total increment of conifers and deciduous trees.


 

 


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Figure GZ03-1: Growing stock of conifers and deciduos in Slovenia, 1947–2018
Sources: 
Slovenian Forest Service (2019)
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total[m3 pro hectare]

deciduous[m3 pro hectare]

conifers[m3 pro hectare]

1947

126.05

58.02

68.03

1961

156.14

65.33

90.80

1970

171.52

75.79

95.73

1980

185.60

85.21

100.40

1990

192.43

92.29

100.15

2000

231.69

119.74

111.95

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2005

257.26

136.01

121.25

2006

262.12

138.86

123.26

2007

268.84

143.34

125.50

2008

271.86

145.13

126.73

2009

276.08

147.69

128.39

2010

278.89

149.52

129.37

2011

282.10

151.68

130.42

2012

285

154

131

2013

289.31

157.12

132.19

2014

292.80

159.39

133.41

2015

294.58

160.96

133.62

2016

296.40

162.28

134.12

2017

298.98

164.39

134.59

2018

301.84

166.50

135.34

Figure GZ03-2: Increment of conifers and deciduos in Slovenia, 1990–2018
Sources: 
Slovenian Forest Service (2019)
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total[m3 pro hectare]

deciduous[m3 pro hectare]

conifers[m3 pro hectare]

1990

4.92

2.49

2.43

2000

6.06

3.33

2.73

2005

6.48

3.61

2.87

2006

6.52

3.63

2.89

2007

6.61

3.68

2.93

2008

6.64

3.70

2.94

2009

6.74

3.76

2.98

2010

6.85

3.83

3.02

2011

6.98

3.92

3.06

2012

7.10

4

3.10

2013

7.17

4.05

3.12

2014

7.26

4.11

3.16

2015

7.28

4.12

3.15

2016

7.33

4.16

3.17

2017

7.36

4.18

3.18

2018

7.47

4.24

3.23

Figure GZ03-3: Fellings of conifers and deciduos in Slovenia, 1993–2018
Sources: 
Slovenian Forest Service (2019)
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total[m3]

deciduous[m3]

conifers[m3]

1993

2087666

798081

1289585

1994

2254880

843605

1411275

1995

2091910

843953

1247957

1996

2330403

818119

1512284

1997

2567060

1179128

1387932

1998

2470173

1074121

1396052

1999

2396315

1047198

1349117

2000

2609039

1186289

1422750

2001

2614301

1155464

1458837

2002

2645554

1148889

1496665

2003

3007098

1184211

1822887

2004

2957997

1137607

1820390

2005

3236100

1202710

2033390

2006

3718263

1475508

2242755

2007

3242070

1199335

2042735

2008

3427372

1372031

2055341

2009

3374191

1520419

1853772

2010

3374137

1566071

1808066

2011

3895637

1855622

2040015

2012

3910807

1758340

2152467

2013

3923995

1733423

2190572

2014

6349735.80

2886440.40

3463295.40

2015

6031042

2108495

3922547

2016

6102630

2089485

4013145

2017

4984635

1688661

3295974

2018

6060959

1693383

4367576

Figure GZ03-4: Growing stock in some European counrties, 2015
Sources: 
Global Forest Resource Assesment 2015, FAO UN (2015)
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growing stock[m3/ha]

Cyprus

64

Spain

66

Norway

96

Finland

104

Sweden

106

Turkey

129

Italy

149

France

173

Hungary

182

Bulgaria

183

Denmark

196

Latvia

198

United Kingdom

207

EU-28

209.10

Netherlands

215

Croatia

216

Lithuania

236

Estonia

257

Poland

269

Slovakia

274

Belgium

275

Romania

281

Czech Republic

297

Austria

299

Germany

321

Slovenia

346

Switzerland

352

Figure GZ03-5: Increment of forest in some European counrties, 2015
Sources: 
Global Forest Resource Assesment 2015, FAO UN (2015)
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increment (m3/ha)[m3/ha]

Cyprus

1.20

Spain

1.90

Norway

2.30

Turkey

3.20

Italy

3.20

Sweden

3.30

Bulgaria

3.70

Croatia

4.30

Finland

4.40

France

5.50

Estonia

5.60

EU-28

6.29

Lithuania

6.40

Latvia

6.60

Hungary

6.90

Austria

7.10

Slovakia

7.20

Netherlands

7.30

United Kingdom

7.40

Belgium

7.70

Poland

8

Denmark

8.70

Romania

8.70

Switzerland

8.90

Slovenia

9

Czech Republic

9.40

Germany

11.20


 

 

 

 



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