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FOREWORD: BACKGROUND TO THIS REVIEW
1 INTRODUCTION: A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF TEMPERATE AND BOREAL FORESTS
2 FOREST MANAGEMENT, HARVESTING AND SILVICULTURE
3 SOME TECHNICAL AND SILVICULTURAL CONSTRAINTS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT
4 CURRENT EXPERIENCES WITH ATTEMPTS TO IMPLEMENT SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT
5 OTHER MAJOR OBSTACLES TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT THAT ORIGINATE OUTSIDE THE FORESTRY SECTOR
6 TECHNICAL CONDITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT