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Basis for forest typology

Basis of genetic forest typology - patterns of occurrence and development of forests. Classifications built on its principles take into account the dynamics of forest cover and include all stages of development of forest ecosystems. Through this they can serve the purpose of forecasting future conditions and the development of measures to improve the sustainability and productivity of forests.
The main thesis of genetic trend in forest typology is the recognition that forests and environmental conditions of a forest and develop interconnected in the development process consistently pass through a series of stages, different qualitative and quantitative indicators.
In compiling genetic classifications required geographical principle formulated G.F. Morozov. Specific typological scheme must take into account local features real natural conditions, ie based on common principles, should be regional.