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Western and Eastern Siberian Regions, located between European Region and the Russian Far East, accounts for 42 percent of the stocked forest land and 49 percent of the growing stock of Russia, or 324 million hectares and nearly 40 billion cubic meters. The Russian deciduous inventory located in West Siberia, amounting to 19 percent of the stocked forest area and 22 percent of the growing stock. Only 11 percent of the coniferous inventory is located in the economic region. The West Siberian coniferous resource, accounting for more than 60 percent of the forested land and two-thirds of her volume, is contained on 59 million hectares of stocked forest land and 7.2 billion cubic meters of growing stock. The deciduous resource of 3.6 billion cubic meters is supported on 30 million hectares.
Eastern Siberia has more rugged terrain and inhospitable climate than in either West Siberia or European Russia has favoured a coniferous resource which represents one-third of the Russian coniferous forest land and 40 percent of the concomitant growing stock. Some 20 percent of the national deciduous inventory is also located in the Eastern Siberia. The coniferous resource, accounting for more than 80 percent of the forested land and 90 percent of her volume, is contained on 187 million hectares of forested landstocked with 26 billion cubic meters of growing stock. The deciduous resource of 3.1 billion cubic meters is supported on 35 million hectares.