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June 8, 2020
Record logging in the Czech Republic due to bark beetle infestation
In 2020, timber harvesting in the Czech Republic reached 32.6 million m 3 of wood without bark, which represents an all-time record volume of timber harvested. Almost all logging of the total volume of 32.6 million m 3 was incidental logging (95.0%). "Last year, logging increased again. Incidental logging, which mainly represents bark beetle-infested trees and damaged timber, has reached almost 31 million cubic meters and accounted for almost the entire volume of timber harvested. The unfavorable trend in forests thus ...
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