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05.04 Age and Inventory Structure of the Forests (Edition 2005)

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Köpenick Forestry Agency

Fig. 10: Tree Species Distribution, Köpenick Forestry Agency (Main Stock)
Fig. 10: Tree Species Distribution, Köpenick Forestry Agency (Main Stock)

Tree Species Distribution, Köpenick Forestry Agency (Main Stock)
Tree-Species Group Area in hectares
ALh 246
ALn 892
Beech 111
Oak 866
Pine 6,001
Other Conifers 138

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Two thirds of the forest areas of the Köpenick Forestry Agency are pine areas, mainly single-layered pure stock covering large areas. Forestry management measures during the coming decade are to bring about an extensive change of tree species by means of a change of the light-exposure conditions. The oak stock is to a large extent very near-natural. The large share of deciduous softwoods (ALn) involves largely alder stocks in major wetlands as well as along the numerous lakes, as well as the birch stands, which can be found everywhere. The beech share is low due to climatic and site conditions.

Fig. 11: Age-Class Distribution, Köpenick Forestry Agency (Main Stock)
Fig. 11: Age-Class Distribution, Köpenick Forestry Agency (Main Stock)

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Köpenick differs markedly from the two previous Forestry Agencies. The very balanced distribution, with a high share of older stock is notable. Historically, this is due to the relatively low amount of reparations logging after the war, and to restrained use because of the special significance of this area for recreation.

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