Talk:Turracher Höhe Pass

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Translation issues[edit]

Endnutzung: I don't know, if there is a single English word for it, but as far as I understand it means the harvest of a wood stock, which has reached the long-term planned harvest age. The Endnutzung is mostly followed by reforestation.

Vornutzung is the harvest of single trees before the Endnutzung of the whole forest part.

Maybe some terms correspond to the terms explained in the silviculture article (I don't fully understand that article).

Tirkfltalk 09:07, 21 December 2007 (UTC)

After reading the German Endnutzung article I think you're right, Tirkfl. Endnutzung is indeed the complete harvest of a wood stock, which has reached the long-term planned harvest age, and Vornutzung is the partial harvest of branches, single trees or groups of trees before the stage of Endnutzung. The german terms are not really equivalent to the silviculture article's terms. These center more on maintanance and supervision of forests, whilst the german terms point towards a more economical sense. So I think your translations clearcutting and selection cutting are entirely appropriate. --Jo (talk) 11:32, 5 January 2008 (UTC)

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You may wish to browse through User:AndyZ/Suggestions for further ideas. Thanks, Tirkfl (talk) 11:12, 7 January 2008 (UTC)