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 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
- A new article by Luiza Tymińska-Czabańska et al. 2022. Assessment of the effect of stand density on the height growth of Scots pine using repeated ALS data. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, Volume 108, April 2022. 8 April 2022
- A new blogpost by Mats Mahnken: Projecting the future of our forests ? Scenarios and uncertainties of forest models – Resilience Blog (resilience-blog.com) 03-03-2022 25 March 2022
- A new blogpost by Christopher Reyer: Forests’ potential for climate change mitigation: Buildings as a global carbon sink – Resilience Blog (resilience-blog.com) 14-02-2022 25 March 2022