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 communication from Christopher Reyer, 2021: The controversial role of forests and their products for climate mitigation. Presented virtually at the virtual seminar at the Cary Institute Millbrook, N.Y, USA. 11th of November 2021. 27 September 2022
- A new presentation by Patrick Vallet to the final conference of the ForestValue projects in Madrid, September 27, 2022: “Innovative forest management strategies for a resilient bioeconomy under climate change and disturbances”. 27 September 2022
- A new article by Mats Mahnken et al. : Accuracy, realism and general applicability of European forest models, 2022, Global Change Biology. 27 September 2022
- A new article by Matteo Cerioni, Gal Fidej, Jurij Diaci and Thomas A. Nagel, 2022. Dynamics and drivers of post-windthrow recovery in managed mixed mountain forests of Slovenia. European Journal of Forest Research. 13 July 2022
- A new presentation by Jaroslaw Socha at the XVI Conference in the series Active Nature Conservation Methods in Sustainable Forestry at the Forest and Nature Education Centre, Warsaw University of Life Sciences SGGW, Rogo, on April 20, 2022 9 May 2022