The student has informational deficiencies in forest management concepts and methods. He is familiar with forest management recommendations for mixed forests, dioecious forests and forests with different structures, but is not very familiar with the basis of the recommendations. The student is familiar with most of the major risks and pathogens affecting forest management and regeneration.
The student masters the methods of growing mixed forests, dual-sectional and mixed-structure forests and is able to evaluate the suitability and profitability of these methods in different stands and sites. He / she is able to make his / her choice of forest management solution independently using various written sources. The student is well aware of various forest pests and diseases as well as other forestry risks.
The student masters the methods of growing mixed forests, dual-sectional and mixed-structure forests and is able to evaluate the suitability and profitability of these methods in different stands and habitats. He/ she is able to describe a number of alternative forest management solutions available to the site and describe to the forest owner their pros and cons and the associated risks. The student is proficient in forest management recommendations and has a thorough understanding of the research background behind them. He is also well versed in the latest research on uneven aged forest management. The student is able to use the above information to select and justify the forest management method. The student knows the most important risks and pathogens affecting forest management and regeneration and is able to evaluate and describe their importance in the selection of silvicultural methods
05.09.2022 - 15.10.2022
01.04.2022 - 15.05.2022
Petri Keto-Tokoi, Manne Viljamaa
Degree Programme in Forestry
TAMK Main Campus