Factsheet Category: Cork

This example show cases the possibility that some private companies, interested in processing cork, wood chips and wood, take-up forest management on behalf of
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The aim is to monitor the population densities of the lepidopteran defoliator Lymantria dispar in Sardinian oak woodlands. This is done through egg mass
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Evaluate the influence of tree size, stand characteristics, debarking coefficients and climatic variables on cork thickness and its evolution between consecutive cork extraction operations,
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Solve the problem of the fragility of oak acorns used for reforestation and animal feed by improving the process of their conservation for a
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To find a valorization of a co-product resulting from the treatment of the cork stoppers carried out by the company DIAM BOUCHAGE. The partnership
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The cork used in the manufacture of natural cork stoppers or technical stoppers must meet a number of conditions, including being free of certain
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Silvo-pastoral systems are quite common in the Alentejo region of south Portugal. Bringing together economic profitability and ecological sustainability is challenging and requires a
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Reducing the amount of damages in the cork oak forest is very important in terms of the sustainability of this ecosystem. Although some of
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The study aimed at assessing the value and trade-offs of a number of ecosystem services associated to cork oak woodland management under different sylvicultural
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Estimate reproduction cork thickness as a criterion to examine the commercial value and to fit a non-linear model for predicting cork weight to guide
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