Life Climark | Management of forests in the post-fire regeneration phase
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Management of forests in the post-fire regeneration phase

Main ecosystem services to be analysed: climate regulation and water regulation.

 

Forest management in the post-fire regeneration phase is key to maximising the future productivity of a forest and making it more resilient to new fires and episodes of drought. The main forest masses this will affect are the following:

 

  • Dense Aleppo pine forests (Pinus halepensis) in the Montmell LU.
  • Pure and mixed Aleppo pine forests, Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) forests, and Portuguese oak (Quercus faginea) forests in the Replans del Berguedà LU.
  • Burnt cork oak (Quercus suber) forests in the Els Aspres LU.