Circular forest, 50 year old experiment of Japan’s Ministry of the Interior

The Circular Forest is an experimental forest managed by Japan’s Ministry of the Environment that has been ongoing for over 50 years. This initiative aims to study various aspects of forestry and ecosystem dynamics within a controlled environment.

The forest is meticulously planned and managed to observe long-term changes in biodiversity, tree growth, soil composition, and other ecological factors. Researchers conduct regular surveys and analyses to understand the impact of different forestry practices, climate variations, and environmental factors on forest health and sustainability.

The Circular Forest serves as a valuable resource for studying the long-term effects of human interventions and natural processes on forest ecosystems, providing insights that inform sustainable forest management practices and conservation strategies.


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