Biodiversity Conservation in Canada:
From Theory to Practice

Fig. 11.15. A comparison of conventional (left) and aggregated (right) harvesting systems. In aggregated harvesting, cutblocks are concentrated in designated zones over ten-year periods, leaving a much greater proportion of the landscape undisturbed at any given time. Adapted from GOA 2017a.

Aggregated forest harvest

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