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
- Socha J. presented I-MAESTRO and project results in the framework of the presentation „Changes in forest site productivity and their implications for forest management” at the seminar summarizing 25 years of operation of the Promotional Forest Complex “Oliwsko-Darżlubskie Forests”. Gdansk, local government officials and NGOs, Gdansk-Wejherowo, November 22, 2021. 30 November 2021
- New article with the participation of the UAK team: Luiza Tymińska- Czabańska et al., 2021:, Weather-sensitive height growth modelling of Norway spruce using repeated airborne laser scanning data. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Volumes 308–309, 2021, 108568, ISSN 0168-1923. : 3 August 2021
- A new article from Tomáš Hlásny et al: Bark Beetle Outbreaks in Europe: State of Knowledge and Ways Forward for Management (2021), Current Forestry Reports. 30 July 2021
- 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