Aim and scope

“Sylwan”, the oldest forest scientific journal in Poland and in the world dating back to 1820, is a scientific organ of the Polish Forest Society (Polskie Towarzystwo Leśne). It plays an important educational and popularizing role, increasing the level of scientific knowledge of foresters and the whole society, regularly publishing the results of the latest research in various fields of forest sciences, including: silviculture, ecology, tree physiology, entomology, forest pathology, forest genetics and tree breeding, forest management planning, forest environmental science, forest use, inventory and management, forest policy and economics, geomatics.
“Sylwan” appears monthly and publishes original papers, reviews, short communications, correspondences and opinions concerning forest research of relevance to forests and forestry of temperate and sub-boreal regions.