SCANDINAVIAN FORESTRY - SWEDEN. Vicinity Sundsvall. Strict regulations govern the felling of clear-cut areas in Scandinavia. Forest owners must restock the felled areas either through natural regeneration or cultivation. Older tree stems are preserved to protect the habitat of wildlife and felling tends to be planned over large zones, so that protected areas can be linked together with

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MARK EDWARDS

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SP1153546.jpg

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4932 x 7414 px
41.76 x 62.77 cm at 300 dpi

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© MARK EDWARDS, HARD RAIN PICTURE LIBRARY

SCANDINAVIAN FORESTRY - SWEDEN. Vicinity Sundsvall. Strict regulations govern the felling of clear-cut areas in Scandinavia. Forest owners must restock the felled areas either through natural regeneration or cultivation. Older tree stems are preserved to protect the habitat of wildlife and felling tends to be planned over large zones, so that protected areas can be linked together with "migration passage ways", often running along watercourses. CDREF00565.

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