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March 16, 2021
Climatic factors may lead to a significant reduction in bark beetle damage in Europe
If there is no large-scale drought in 2021, it will effectively reduce forest damage caused by bark beetles in Central Europe. Under this premise, the preliminary forecast is that the amount of damaged wood in Germany is expected to be reduced to 39.6 million cubic meters, including 35.1 million cubic meters of softwood and 4.5 million cubic meters of hardwood. Compared with the nearly 66.2 million cubic meters of damaged timber in 2020 after the recent adjustment, this figure has dropped by 40%, and nearly 26.6 million cubic ...
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