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AbstractThe aim of this paper is to show how hydrological measurements made in forests and grasslands can contribute to the conservation treatment of ecologically significant habitats. The study was carried out in three different forest stands and their surrounding grasslands in the area of the...
AbstractThe increasing demand for forest products, diminishing forest land areas, and general concern about the long-term effects of deforestation have increased the need for multipurpose tree species with rapid growth rates. Consequently, information on renewable energy resources is becoming...
AbstractFossil fuel depletion has led to an increasing number of research studies and applications focusing on renewable energy, such as different types of biomass. Lignocellulosic biomass represents an abundant source of biomass suitable for energy production in various forms. The present...
AbstractKnowledge of hygroscopicity is extremely important both in the use of native wood and modified wood. In this study, the modification method was steaming at 100 °C, then longitudinal compression at a rate of 20%. The moisture content (MC) of treated and untreated green beech wood (Fagus...
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