Ancient Woodlands and Trees: A Guide for Landscape Planners and Forest Managers

Ancient woodlands, trees and forests are at the very core of many global landscapes. However, understanding the resource which these living landscapes provide requires genuinely multi-disciplinary research.

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Ancient woodlands, trees and forests are at the very core of many global landscapes. However, understanding the resource which these living landscapes provide requires genuinely multi-disciplinary research.

Consequently, the book “Ancient Woodlands and Trees: A Guide for Landscape Planners and Forest Managers”, which was recently published as International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) World Series 37, has gathered contributions by leading experts in ecology, history, heritage, and management of ancient trees, ancient woodlands and forests. Taking trees, woods and forests as eco-cultural resources, the authors explore ecology and nature, history, tradition and heritage, and the evidence base of archaeology, literature, and archives.

The book was jointly published by IUFRO and the Turkish Academy of Sciences (TÜBA) and includes chapters on ancient woodlands in Turkey.

IUFRO World Series Vol. 37 – Ancient Woodlands and Trees: A Guide for Landscape Planners and Forest Managers
Alper H. Çolak, Simay Kırca & Ian D. Rotherham (eds.), 2018.
IUFRO World Series Volume 37. Vienna. 272 p.
ISBN 978-3-902762-91-7
ISSN 1016-3263

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