Central European roundwood markets are at a turning point as forests in much of the region have recently suffered extensive damage from a bark beetle outbreak, leading to temporary increases in harvest, lumber production and log export. Central European wood supply is expected to decline towards 2030 in the wake of the outbreak. And new forest management practices to minimize the risk of future outbreaks will have long-term implications for wood quality and availability. An important softwood basket Central Europe is home to an important forest resource ...
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