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Land reclamation by reforestation in the central Pyrenees.

AuthorsOrtigosa, L. M.; García-Ruiz, José María ; Gil-Pelegrín, Eustaquio
Issue Date1990
PublisherInternational Mountain Society
CitationMountain Research and Development 10 (3): 281-288 (1990)
Abstract[EN] The chief technical characteristics of recent (since 1940) forest plantation programmes in the central Pyrenees are described. Pines are preferred for their fast growth, a demand for wood in Spain and their adaptability to the climate and soils of the Pyrenees, where there are natural pine forests. Pinus sylvestris is predominant in the high valleys, P. nigra is more important in the Pre-Pyrenees and P. halepensis is planted on south-facing slopes and Mediterranean locations. Planting techniques, land-use aspects and the diverse effects of reforestation are discussed.
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