Sweden’s forests benefit from the Gulf Stream, because its warming effect permits forest growth at northerly latitudes that would otherwise be associated with treeless tundra in other regions. Additionally, eight vegetation zones can be identified in this Scandinavian country: Arctic Alpine Alpine North Boreal Boreal North South Boreal South Boreal Boreo-Nemoral Nemoral The majority of
Monthly Archives: September 2012
Following on from our series about forest policy and legislation in Scandinavian countries, today’s post takes a closer look at Forestry in Denmark, the country’s 2012 EU Presidency and the contribution Denmark has made to creating a roadmap for a sustainable European economy. The total forested area of Denmark amounts to around 534.500 ha (2006).