Proceedings of the Seminar on Environmentally Sound Forest Roads and Wood Transport













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Sinaia, Romania
17-22 June 1996

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REPORT ON SEMINAR ON ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND FOREST ROADS AND WOOD TRANSPORT

ANNEX 1 - REPORT ON THE STUDY VISITS
ANNEX 2 - AGENDA
ANNEX 3 - LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

ITEM 4 - ENVIRONMENTALLY ORIENTED FOREST ROAD PLANNING, DESIGN AND LOCATION

FOREST ROADS IN ROMANIA - PLANNING AND DESIGN

OPENING UP OF A MOUNTAINOUS REGION - DECISION-MAKING BY INTEGRATION OF THE PARTIES CONCERNED APPLYING COST-EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS

FOREST ROAD DESIGN

FOREST ROAD PLANNING AND LANDSCAPING

OPENING-UP PLANNING TAKING INTO ACCOUNT ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL INTEGRITY

ASPECTS REGARDING THE ACCESSIBILITY OF MOUNTAINOUS STANDS SUBJECT TO WINDFALLS

EXTENSION OF THE ROAD NETWORK IN OUR MOUNTAIN FOREST AREAS - ECOLOGICAL, TECHNICAL AND SOCIAL ASPECTS

THE INFLUENCE OF FOREST ROADS BUILDING AND MAINTENANCE COSTS ON THEIR OPTIMUM DENSITY IN LOW-LYING FORESTS OF CROATIA

THE MULTIPLE USE OF FOREST ROADS AND THEIR CLASSIFICATION

ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND FOREST ROAD CONSTRUCTION IN NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN (NRW), GERMANY

TECHNOLOGICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE LOCATION OF FOREST ROADS IN SLOVAK CONDITIONS

ASSESSMENT OF FOREST ROAD ALTERNATIVES WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

FUZZY EXPERT SYSTEM LAYING OUT FOREST ROADS BASED ON THE RISK ASSESSMENT

ITEM 5 - ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND FOREST ROAD CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE

FOREST ROAD CONSTRUCTION POLICIES, GUIDELINES AND CODES OF PRACTICE

BETTER ENGINEERING AND CONTROL OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF FOREST ROADS

ALTERNATIVE STABILIZATION METHODS OF FOREST ROADS FOR AN EFFICIENT AND GENTLE MECHANIZATION OF WOOD HARVESTING SYSTEMS

TRAFFIC AND NO-TRAFFIC ON AN AGGREGATE SURFACED ROAD: SEDIMENT PRODUCTION DIFFERENCES

MEASURING AND MODELLING IMPACTS OF TYRE PRESSURE ON ROAD EROSION

ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND USE OF APPROPRIATE EQUIPMENT

DEVELOPMENT OF A FOREST ROAD WITH A NEWLY DESIGNED SUB-BASE STRUCTURE

MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OF FOREST ROADS

FOREST ROAD CONSTRUCTION POLICIES IN AUSTRIA

FOREST OPENING ISSUES IN CROATIA

A LITERATURE REVIEW OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF FOREST ROAD CONSTRUCTION

FOREST ROAD ENGINEERING

ITEM 6 - FOREST ENGINEERING STRUCTURES AND PROTECTION WORKS

BUILDING AND MAINTENANCE OF FOREST ROADS -TECHNOLOGIES AND EQUIPMENT

SOIL BIOENGINEERING MEASURES FOR HILL AND SLOPE STABILIZATION WORKS WITH PLANTS

RESEARCH AND DESIGN OF EROSION CONTROL AND SANITATION METHODS ON FOREST ROADS AND SLOPES

CONSOLIDATION OF ROAD SLOPES BY MEANS OF FOREST VEGETATION

SOIL EROSION ON SEVERAL LONGITUDINAL SLOPES OF A TRIAL SKID TRAIL OVER A FOUR-YEAR PERIOD (1992-1996)

ITEM 7 - WOOD TRANSPORT

INTERACTION BETWEEN NETWORK OF SERVICES: FORESTRY AND WOOD HARVESTING SYSTEMS

SOME ECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF TIMBER HAULING BY LOG TRUCKS IN SLOVAKIA

INTERCONNECTION OF FOREST ROADS NETWORK, HARVESTING AND WOOD TRANSPORT

OPTIMIZATION OF LOAD DISTRIBUTION ON FOREST TRUCKS

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS ON ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY FOREST ROAD CONSTRUCTION AND WOOD TRANSPORT IN MOUNTAINOUS FORESTS

TRACTION PARAMETERS OF FOUR SKIDDERS USED FOR WOOD TRANSPORTATION IN MOUNTAIN FOREST THINNING

THE INTERCONNECTION OF FOREST ROADS WITH DIFFERENT SYSTEMS OF INNER FOREST TRANSPORT IN THE MOUNTAIN FORESTS OF ALBANIA

USE OF CABLE SYSTEMS ON SOFT GROUND IN NORWAY

ROAD DEVELOPMENT AS A BASIS FOR SOUND FOREST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES UNDER CENTRAL EUROPEAN CONDITIONS

WOOD TRANSPORT IN STEEP TERRAIN