Qu'en est-il quatre ans après la tornade de 1982 dans le Massif central ?

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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2042/25809  |   DOI : https://doi.org/10.4267/2042/25809
Title: Qu'en est-il quatre ans après la tornade de 1982 dans le Massif central ?
Author: Thuret, Thierry
Abstract: L'urgence des actions et des aides publiques à mettre en place pour minimiser les conséquences de la tornade de 1982 sur la filière-bois ne permettait pas des adaptations à ses spécificités locales : morcellement de la propriété forestière, faible taille et fragilité financière et commerciale des entreprises. Si ces handicaps expliquent des degrés divers dans la réussite des actions, tant en amont (lutte contre les bostryches, reconstitution des peuplements), qu'en aval (difficultés actuelles de certaines entreprises très endettées), la nécessité de les minimiser, sinon de les surmonter, a eu de nombreuses conséquences positives.Because of the urgent nature of the measures to be taken and the public assistance to be set up to minimise the consequences for the wood industry of the tornado of 1982, it was not possible to adapt them to specific local factors : the division of the forest land, and the small size and financial and commercial instability of the enterprises. While these disadvantages may explain the varying degrees of success of the measures, whether good (control of bostrychid beetles, reconstruction of stands) or bad (present difficulties of some enterprises which are heavely in debt), the need to minimise them, if not to overcome them, has had many positive effects. In addition to successfully making many foresters aware of the technical problems (parasites, choice of species and thinnings) as well as training and safety, mention must also be made of the huge progress in the integration of various partners into the interprofessional organisation, the tangible expression of interest in the forest and wood industries by local representatives, and the increase in the power and quality of local industries which could to a large extent react themselves to the challenge of the expected increased production of the forests of the Massif Central.
Publisher: AgroParisTech, Nancy, France
Date: 1987

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