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Table 2.13a - Tree dry weight biomass by tree fractions. Forest land excluding alpine areas. Whole country (1998 - date)

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Per-Erik Wikberg, Head of analysis
The Swedish National Forest Inventory, SLU
Tel: +46 090-786 8303
The Swedish National Forest Inventory, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
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Forest area according to the Swedish Forestry Act, see chapter 4 of Skogsdata (available as a pdf from Forest land excluding alpine areas.

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Protected areas

Formally protected areas based on the most current boundaries.