Area of forest land (type codes 110, 113, 120,122), average value of forest land per hectare forest land and per cubic metre of standing volume by group of standing volume and site productivity class. 1998, 2005, 2008, 2011, 2014, 2017
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standing volume size category
Standing volume is measured in cubic metre per hectare. It is the sum of standing volume for all species.
standing volume size category
Standing volume is measured in cubic metre per hectare. It is the sum of standing volume for all species.
standing volume size category
Standing volume is measured in cubic metre per hectare. It is the sum of standing volume for all species.
site quality category
Site productivity class is a measure for the productivity of forest land and is measured in cubic metre per hectare and year. The site productivity classes A-E represents very high, high, average, low and very low ability to produce wood. Site productivity class is only given for valuation units with more than 30 hectares of forest land. Sweden is divided into eleven county groups with different site productivity classes.
site quality category
Site productivity class is a measure for the productivity of forest land and is measured in cubic metre per hectare and year. The site productivity classes A-E represents very high, high, average, low and very low ability to produce wood. Site productivity class is only given for valuation units with more than 30 hectares of forest land. Sweden is divided into eleven county groups with different site productivity classes.
site quality category
Site productivity class is a measure for the productivity of forest land and is measured in cubic metre per hectare and year. The site productivity classes A-E represents very high, high, average, low and very low ability to produce wood. Site productivity class is only given for valuation units with more than 30 hectares of forest land. Sweden is divided into eleven county groups with different site productivity classes.

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Information

Official statistics
Yes
Latest update
2018-02-23
Contact
Magnus Walestad, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 44 18
magnus.walestad@scb.se

Martin Verhage, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 47 78
martin.verhage@scb.se

Unit
Average value per hectare of forest land, SEK:
SEK
Average value per cubic metre of standing volume, SEK:
SEK
Area of forest land , hectare:
Hectare
Reference time
Average value per hectare of forest land, SEK:
2005
Average value per cubic metre of standing volume, SEK:
2005
Area of forest land , hectare:
2005
Data type
Average value per hectare of forest land, SEK:
Stock
Average value per cubic metre of standing volume, SEK:
Stock
Area of forest land , hectare:
Stock
Day adjusted
Average value per hectare of forest land, SEK:
No
Average value per cubic metre of standing volume, SEK:
No
Area of forest land , hectare:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Average value per hectare of forest land, SEK:
No
Average value per cubic metre of standing volume, SEK:
No
Area of forest land , hectare:
No
Basetime
Average value per hectare of forest land, SEK:
2005
Average value per cubic metre of standing volume, SEK:
2005
Area of forest land , hectare:
2005
Creation date
2020-09-18
Responsible authority
Statistics Sweden
Matrix
BO0601L5