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Prof. Ivan Sopushynskyy

Sopushynskyy-Ivan  


Institution: Ukrainian National Forestry University
Department of Botany, Wood Science & Non-Wood Forest Products, Institute of Forestry and Horticulture
E-Mail: sopushynskyy@nltu.edu.ua
Role in the Action: MC Observer, Member of WG3

Phonenumber: +380687297137

 

 

Research interests related to EuroCoppice

  • firewood
  • low forest
  • rural society
  • sustainable management
  • forest road infrastructure

 

Publications related to EuroCoppice

  • Sopushynskyy I.M., Vintoniv I.S., Kharyton I.I., Ostashuk R.V. (2015): Some Features of Firewood Qualimetry // Scientific Bulletin of UNFU, Issue 25.1: 162-166.
  • Sopushynskyy I.M., Vintoniv I.S., Kharyton I.I., Ostashuk R.V. (2014): Sopushynskyy I.M., Mayevskyy V.O., Volyanyk H.M., Kharyton I.I. Some Features of Qualimetry of Stemwood, Issue 24.11: 162-166.
  • Sopushynskyy I.M. Klym N.M., Kharyton I.I. (2014): European Experience in Pricing of Softwood Round Timber // Scientific Bulletin of UNFU, Issue 24.10: 29-34.16.
  • Sopushynskyy I.M., Ryabchuk V.P. (2012): Forest characteristics of sycamore, European beech and Common ash with decorative wood of anomalies // Scientific Bulletin of UNFU, Issue 22.13: 24-29.
  • Sopushynskyy I.M. (2012): Classification and grading of decorative wood quality: sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus L.), beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) and ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) // Scientific Bulletin of UNFU, Issue 22.2: 106 – 111.
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