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    Global Forest Resources Assessment - FRA 2020 - Guidelines and specifications Version 1.0
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    Глобальная оценка лесных ресурсов. Термины и определения ОЛР–2020
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    2018
    FAO has been coordinating global forest resources assessments every five to ten years since 1946. The assessments have to a great extent contributed to the improvement of concepts, definitions and methods related to forest resources assessments. Strong efforts have been made to harmonize and streamline reporting with other international forest-related processes e.g. within the framework of the Collaborative Partnership on Forest (CPF), as well as with the partner organizations of the Collaborative Forest Resources Questionnaire (CFRQ) and the scientific community, all in order to harmonize and improve forest related definitions and reduce reporting burden on countries. The core definitions build on earlier global assessments to ensure comparability over time. Whenever new definitions are introduced or old definitions modified this is done taking into consideration recommendations from experts in various fora.
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    Global Forest Resources Assessment - FRA 2020 - Guidelines and specifications Version 1.0
    Working Paper No. 189
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    Évaluation des ressources forestières mondiales - FRA 2020 - Directives et spécifications Version 1.0
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