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The indicator is defined as the ratio of annual fellings to net annual increment. For 2005, removals are used as a proxy for fellings. Fellings refer to the volume of all trees, living or dead, which are felled during a given period, whether or not removed from the forest or other felling sites. Removals (the term is synonymous with roundwood production) are equal to fellings less unrecovered fellings. Net annual increment is defined as gross increment less natural losses over a given period. Gross increment is the average volume of increment of all trees (all diameters, down to a stated minimum diameter) over a given period. It is reported in cubic metres overbark (i.e. including bark). Also included is the recruitment of small trees when they reach the minimum diameter.
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