Management of abiotic risks Abiotic risks refer to the damage caused by strong wind, excessive snowfall and fire, which destroy single trees and/or forests from a few hectares to thousands of hectares. Wind and snow damage are related to mechanical forces due to wind and gravity, whereas fire kills trees directly and high temperatures damage foliage
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