Bulgarian-Turkish Workshop on Challenges of Establishment and Management of a Trans-Border Biosphere Reserve Between Bulgaria and Turkey in Strandzha Mountain. UNESCO-BAS-MOEW, Burgaz, Bulgaristan, 11 - 13 November 2005, cilt.1, no.1, ss.59-68
In this study, the use of forest typology in the conservation of biological diversity has been analyzed using the results of phytosociological research, which was performed in the Bentler region of Belgrad forests belonging to the Bahçeköy Forest Administration. The theme and starting point of this study, on the other hand, is to correlate the natural functions and biological diversity of the forest with the actual and potential structures of the forest ecosystems. Thus, the scientific contributions of other forestry sciences may form the basis of and provide guidance for the Forest Management Planning by means of forest ecology in biological diversity and functions.
Key words: forest typology, biological diversity, forest management