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State of Finland’s Forests 2012. Based on the Criteria and Indicators of Sustainable Forest Management. Forest cover in Europe, as percentage of land area. Areas in slash-and-burn agriculture in Finland in 1860 and 1913.

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State of Finland’s Forests 2012

Based on the Criteria and Indicators of Sustainable Forest Management


Forest cover in Europe, as percentage of land area.


Areas in slash-and-burn agriculture in Finland in 1860 and 1913


The share of strictly protected forests of all forest land (%) in certain European countries (MCPFE class 1.1).


The organisation for the management and development of Finnish forests underlined to the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.


Forest area, 1921–2010.

Areas ceded to the Soviet Union in 1944. The classification of forest land and low productive forest land in 1921–1953 does not correspond fully with the current classification.


Predominance of tree species on forest land, 1921–2008

Areas ceded to the Soviet Union in 1944


Growing stock volume on forest and low productive forest land, 1921–2010.

Areas ceded to the Soviet Union in 1944


Age structure of forests in the 1960s and the 2000s.


Carbon balance between emissions of fossil carbon dioxide and net changes in sequestration of carbon dioxide by forest land (left). Changes of carbon sequestration of forest land by share of wooden biomass, dead organic matter and soil organic matter (right), 1990–2010


Total energy consumption and consumption of wood-based fuels, 1970–2010


Consumption of wood-based fuels, 1970–2010


Total deposition of sulphatesulphur and nitrogen (nitratenitrogen and ammonium nitrogen) in 2009


Defoliation frequency distribution for pine, spruce and broadleaves in mineral-soil sites, 1986–2008

from 2004 the figures also include reference trees on peatland


Occurrence of damaging agents reducing stand quality in timber production, 2008


Forest fires 1970–2010


Moose winter population and area of damages caused by moose, 1964–2009


Annual increment of growing stock (1935–2010) and annual drain (1950–2010)


Total roundwood removals, 1985–2010


Gross stumpage earnings, 1965–2010


Gross stumpage earnings per ha of forest land, 1965–2010


Coverage of forest planning in private forests, 1993–2010


Visits to national parks, hiking areas and nature centres, 2000–2010


Tree species dominance on forest land, 2010


Pure and mixed forest stands on forest land, 2010


Natural and regeneration by planting and seeding, 1965–2010


Land use in Finland, 2010


Nature conservation areas by forest vegetation zone, 2005


The quality of water protection in harvesting,1996–2010


Quality of water protection in soil preparation,1996–2010


The share of forest land area by forest ownershipcategory, 2010


Value added in the forest sector and its share in gross domestic product (GDP), 1975–2010


Annual changes in the total GDP and forestsector’s contribution to change, 1976–2010


The share of forest sector in the total regional GDP by forestry centre, 2008


Operating profit per ha of forest land in privateforests, 1991–2010


Production and domestic comsumption of sawngoods, 1980–2010


Production and domestic consumption of paperand paperboard, 1980–2010


Total real value of exports and exports of forest industry products, 1970–2010


Foreign trade in roundwood and forest industry products by product group, 2010


Employed persons in the forest sector, 1980–2010


Proportion of forest sector (inlc. furniture industry) of employed persons by forestry centre, 2010


Accidents at work in forestry, 1983–2008


Forest and other wooded land as % of land area


Growing stock volume per hectare (left) and volume (right) on forest, 2010


Carbon stock on forest biomass (above ground and below ground) in million metric tones


Net annual increment of growing stock and annual fellings in Europe (1950–2010)


Annual increment of growing stock (1935–2010) and annual drain in Finland (1950–2010)


Total energy production from wood as percent of the total national primary energy consumption


Total energy consumption and consumption of wood-based fuels, 1970–2010


Value of marketed non-wood forest goods, marketed plant product/raw material, 2005

Amount and value of various forest products, 2009


Total forest area protected (size of the pie) and the share of the protected area by MCPFE Classes 1.1–1.3

(1.1 no active intervention, 1.2 minimum intervention, 1.3 conservation through active management) for biodiversity by countries in Europe (1,000 hectares and percent), 201012. Germany and Spain: included Natura 2000 forest areas in the MCPFE class 1.3.


Ownership of forest in Europe, 2010.


The share of forest land area by forest ownership category, 2010


Contribution of forest sector to GDP, 2010


The share of forest sector in the totalregional GDP by forestry centre, 2008


Employment of forest sector in Europe, total in thousand in 2010


Proportion of forest sector (inlc. Furniture industry) ofemployed persons by forestry centre, 2010


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