Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Forest-Camp-Part-II-in-Spessart-Mountains-27MZIFVMEKWV.htmlConceptually similarForest Camp Part II in Spessart MountainsGP04AA0Completed★★★★Forest Camp Part II in Spessart MountainsGP04AA5Completed★★★★Forest Camp Part II in Spessart MountainsGP04AR4Completed★★★★Forest Camp Part II in Spessart MountainsGP04AR5Completed★★★★Forest Camp Part II in Spessart MountainsGP04AR6Completed★★★★Forest Camp Part II in Spessart MountainsGP04AR7Completed★★★★Forest Camp Part II in Spessart MountainsGP04AR8Completed★★★★Forest Camp Part II in Spessart MountainsGP04AR9Completed★★★★Forest Camp Part II in Spessart MountainsGP04ARACompleted★★★★View AllGP04AA9Forest Camp Part II in Spessart MountainsGreenpeace activists continuing the mapping of the tree population of old beeches. Activists measure perimeter and diameter of beech trees and use satellite based GPS technology for the monitoring of ecologically valuable old trees.In original language:Greenpeace Waldcamp II im SpessartGreenpeace Aktivisten setzen die Kartierung alter Buchen mit GPS Technologie fort. Sie erfassen den Umfang und Durchmesser der Baeume.Locations:Bavaria-Europe-Germany-Spessart MountainsDate:15 Oct, 2012Credit:© Natalie Becker / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Beech trees-Day-Educational and research equipment-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-Global Positioning System Receiver (GPS)-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Research-Small group of peopleShoot:Forest Camp Part II in Spessart MountainsGreenpeace activists continue the mapping of the tree population of old beeches with a diameter of more than fifty centimeters. The activists measure perimeter and diameter of beech trees and use satellite based GPS technology for the monitoring of ecologically valuable old trees. The area is part of the public forest in the Bavarian Spessart Mountains. As owner of these forests, the Bavarian State refuses to provide information about the exact location and management of old beech and deciduous forests in this part of the Spessart Mountains. Greenpeace demands that logging in public forests is immediately stopped in all deciduous forests with beech trees older than 140 years, until an agreement is made to protect 10 percent of the German state owned forests from any forestry uses.