Forests supply essential harvestable products (e.g. wood, food, medicines, oils, gums, resins and tannins); ornamental landscapes; regulation of climate, hydrology, mineral cycling, and soil erosion; create wildlife habits; etc. Over the last few decades crucial changes have taken place in the views and demands on forests by society at large. This includes the increased environmental awareness and recreational interests of society. Unfortunately, a wide range of abiotic and biotic stresses threatens the goods and services that forests can supply. For example, disturbances of forest by excessive harvesting, insects, diseases, drought, flooding, pollution, fire, and soil compaction often result in catastrophic losses of both forest products and services.
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