German-French-Italian-English dictionary of plant names and technical terms used in the NFI. Definitions are given for the terms highlighted in yellow.

  • yield

    In the NFI the amount of wood (stemwood including bark), including all trees, that were either used, died or disappeared between two consecutive inventories, cf. natural losses.
  • [de] Nutzung (Nutzungsmenge)
    Schaftholzvolumen (in Rinde) aller Bäume, die zwischen zwei aufeinander folgenden Inventuren jährlich forstlich genutzt wurden.
  • [fr] exploitations (volume de bois récolté)
    Pour l'IFN, quantité de bois (bois de tige en écorce) de tous les arbres récoltés, morts ou disparus entre deux inventaires successifs, cf. disparitions naturelles.
  • [it] utilizzazione (quantità utilizzata)
    Nell'IFN si intende il volume di legname (legname del fusto con corteccia) riferito a tutti gli alberi utilizzati, morti o scomparsi tra due inventari successivi, vedi alberi scomparsi.
  • Recommended form of citation:
    Brändli, U.-B.; Speich, S., 2007: Swiss NFI glossary and dictionary. [Published online 27.06.2007]. Available from World Wide Web <http://www.lfi.ch/glossar/glossar-en.php>. Birmensdorf, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL.
  • The German definition of the scientific terms was done with the help of the following lexica and terminologies:
    LdF = Lexikon der Forstbotanik (Schütt et al. 1991)
    SSI = Sanasilva-Inventur WSL. Terminologie im Sanasilva-Bericht 1997 (Brang und Kaennel Dobbertin 1997)
    SAFE = Forsteinrichtungsbegriffe. Schweizerischer Arbeitskreis für Forsteinrichtung (1986).
    TFW = Terminologie Forsteinrichtung/Waldinventur (Bick et al. 1994)
    WBö = Wörterbücher der Biologie. Ökologie (Schäfer und Tischler 1983)
    WT = Waldbauliche Terminologie (Brünig und Mayer 1980)
    Anl. LFI = Anleitung für die Feldaufnahmen der Erhebung 1993-1995 (Stierlin et al. 1994)
  • The German, French and Italien plant names were taken mainly from the book Die häufigsten Waldbäume der Schweiz or from the Flora Helvetica
  • The English plant names were taken form the internet (swiss web flora, PLANTS Database and Dictionary of Common Names by plantpress.com). The notations and abbreviations were taken from IPNI - The international Plant Names Index.