Time series from 1953

Last changed: 08 June 2016

Trends based on long time-series from the Swedish National Forest Inventory give pragmatic information about the longterm development of forests and forestry in Sweden. For the more fundamental forest variables it is possible to follow data for the whole time-series from the 1920's to today. Some variables are only presented as countywise estimates whereas for others it is possible to create detailed maps.


Area
Older, broadleaf rich forest
Productive forestland. Note: broadleaf proportion based on caliper data and not stand data

Standing volume
Standing volume by tree species
Productive forestland
          Standing volume broadleaves, excluding birch
          Productive forestland
  Figure
          Pine - proportion of the total standing volume
          Incl. lodgepole pine. Productive forestland.
  Map
          Spruce - proportion of the total standing volume
          Productive forestland
  Map
          Broadleaves - proportion of the total standing volume
          Productive forestland
  Map

Trees per hectare
Pine - standing volume per hectare
Incl. lodgepole pine. Productive forestland
  Map
Spruce - standing volume per hectare
Productive forestland
  Map
Broadleaves - standing volume per hectare
Productive forestland
  Map
          Birch - standing volume per hectare
          Productive forestland
  Map
         Beech - standing volume per hectare
          Productive forestland
  Map
          Oak - standing volume per hectare
          Productive forestland
  Map
          Other broadleaves - standing volume per hectare
  Map

Growth, total drain and fellings
Growth, total drain and fellings
All landuse classes
Growth, total drain and fellings
Productive forestland


Contact

Per Nilsson, Head of Analysis
The Swedish National Forest Inventory, SLU
per.nilsson@slu.se, +46 (0)90 786 8472

Anna-Lena Axelsson, researcher
Dept. Forest Resource Management, SLU
anna-lena.axelsson@slu.se, +46(0)90-786 85 91, +46(0)70-376 21 71