Innovative forest management strategies for a resilient bioeconomy under climate change and disturbances (I-MAESTRO) improves the scientific basis for developing management strategies that increase resilience for future natural disturbances and climate change, while maintaining a high level of wood production, carbon storage, and habitat quality for biodiversity.
The data will be stored in a common database for all modellers to guarantee that models use similar input data and are tested against a common database
- A new article from Socha, J. et al. (2021). Regional height growth models for Scots pine in Poland. Scientific Reports. 11, 1–15. 11 June 2021
- A new article from Tymińska-Czabańska et al. (2021): Environmental Drivers and Age Trends in Site Productivity for Oak in Southern Poland. Forests 2021, 12, 209. 11 June 2021
- A preprint from Raphaël Aussenac et al. (2021). The Salem simulator version 2.0: a tool for predicting the productivity of pure and mixed stands and simulating management operations. Open Research Europe. 9 June 2021
- Mart-Jan Schelhaas (EFI) et al. gave a presentation at the EPF Wood Procurement (GesBois) meeting on March 25, 2021: Impact of bark beetle on European forests and wood availability. 19 May 2021
- A new article from Grabska E. & Socha J. (2021): Evaluating the effect of stand properties and site conditions on the forest reflectance from Sentinel-2 time series, PLoS One 16, 1–23. 14 May 2021