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Silvology ( Latin, silva or sylva, "forests and woods"; and Ancient Greek: -λογία, , " -logia science of or study of") is the study of forests and woods, incorporating both the understanding of natural forest ecosystems and the design of silvicultural systems.
Silvology is seen as a single science for forestry and was first used by Roeloff Oldeman.
It integrates the study of forests and forest ecology, dealing with single [1 ] tree autecology and natural forest ecology.
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^ Oldeman, R.A.A. (1990). Forests: elements of silvology. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. p. 624. ISBN 0-387-51883-5.
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