Forest Monitoring Arrangements

Original Language Title: Meža monitoringa veikšanas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 613 in 2006 (25 July. Nr. 39) the monitoring of forests, the order Issued in accordance with article 38 of the law of the forest of a third rule 1 determine the monitoring procedure of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 November 2003, the Regulation (EC) no 2152/2003 concerning monitoring of forests and environmental interactions in the Community (forest focus) (hereinafter Regulation No 2152/2003) and the international cooperative programme on effects of air pollution on the forest assessment and monitoring (ICP Forests). 2. the competent institution of Regulation No 2152/2003 of the Ministry of agriculture. 3. National forest service forest monitoring forest plots in the State Register (part of which stand out in the observations, analysis, or measurement) and inform in writing the forest owner or legal possessor of the relevant observations made in the plot. 4. If the plot trees are damaged or felled and the existing number of plots or disposition does not ensure data reliability, national forest service may enter into a contract with the landowner, the legal possessor or his authorised person and shall be provided by the new yeast. 5. Forest monitoring plots shall meet the following requirements: 5.1. systematic (first level) the forest monitoring plots forbidden to cut the marked trees (trees that are used in the observations), except if the stand where the plot is done in clear cut;
5.2. intensive (second level) forest monitoring plots are prohibited in the main harvesting and thinning hair. Prime Minister-economic Minister a. Štokenberg agronomic Minister m. rose