Economic aspects of the selection system of management at the Masaryk Forest Training Forest Enterprise Křtiny
R. Dudíkhttps://doi.org/10.17221/4541-JFSCitation:Dudík R. (2005): Economic aspects of the selection system of management at the Masaryk Forest Training Forest Enterprise Křtiny. J. For. Sci., 51: 24-36.
at the Training Forest Enterprise (TFE) was made for this purpose. Cost and yield models of management were constructed and expected model costs and yields were calculated to establish a model economic result for the subcompartment. The models are entered actual data related to the general principles of management, to the volume of implemented silvicultural operations, and to the production capacity of the site. The volume of logging operations is based on a model decennial allowable cut and its assortment structure. A starting point for the establishment of costs are prices of concrete works set up by the TFE for the year 2004. Yields are calculated on the basis of average prices for raw timber assortments published by the Czech Statistical Office for the period from January to April 2004.
selection system; grading; cost model; yield model; profitability