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1. Planned expansion of Uzhansky NNP territory and NNP area to be withdrawn from the landowners and given to the Park for the permanent use

Names of state forestry units Names of forestry divisions Area to be included in NNP and withdrawn from the landowners and given to the Park for the permanent use, ha
State Enterprise “Velykobereznyanske state forestry unit” Volosyankivske 3339,0
Zhornavske 3669,0
Kostrynske 2930,0
Agroindustrial forestry station 1443,0
Reserve lands of Tysovets district council 1081,0
Total area: 12462,0

2. Primeval and old-growth forests identification results on the planned expansion territories of the Uzhansky NNP (2014)

Names of state forestry units Names of forestry divisions Total area of the forests surveyed, ha Forest categories, area (ha)
Primeval forests Old-growth forests Managed forests
State Enterprise “Velykobereznyanske state forestry unit” Volosyankivske 309,4 73,6 105,6 130,2
Zhornavske 224,0 112,7 72,5 38,8
Kostrynske 860,0 535,4 254,6 70,0
Total: 1393,4 721,7 432,7 239,0

 

3. Distribution map of primeval and old-growth forests on theplanned expansion territories of Uzhansky NNP

4. Particular value of identified old-growth forests on the expansion area of Uzhansky NNP and area to be withdrawan and given to the Park for the permanent use

On the surveyed area of Uzhansky NPP beech stands dominate. The most valuable feature is their tree species diversity involving sycamore maple, hornbeam, sessile oak, common beech, silver fir and Norway spruce. This especially applies to the following stands types: common beech-Sessile oak, common beech-sycamore, hornbeam-common beech, sycamore-common beech, Norway spruce-common beech, pure silver fir and sycamore-common beech-silver fir stands. In addition, the forests are located near the borders of the "East Carpathians" Trilateral Biosphere Reserve.

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