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Tackling climate change: the contribution of forest scientific knowledge, 21-24 May, 2012




Climate change and biome shifts

Nicklaus E. Zimmermann

Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research

Integrating parameter uncertainty of process-based forest models in assessments of global change impacts on forest productivity

Christopher Reyer

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research - Germany

Addressing climate change scenarios in eucalypt forest management. A landscape level optimization study case

Jordi Garcia-Gonzalo

University of Lisbon - Portugal

Simulated forest productivity and biomass changes under global change

Christopher Reyer

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research - Germany

Forest productivity shifts under climate change in Europe: a model-based analysis

Petra Lasch

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research - Germany

Impact of climate on growth and mortality of trees in the Black Forest

Heinrich Spiecker

Institute for Forest Growth - Germany

Designing Adaptive and Sustainable Forests in Response to Climate Change: A case study in Northern Wales

Duncan Ray

Forest Research - UK

Optimizing the management of even-aged beech stands under climate change uncertainty

Antoni Trasobares

ETH Switzerland

The WINDA-GALES wind damage probability planning tool

Barry Gardiner

Forest Research, Northern Research Station - UK

Optimizing the management responses to the climate change in the boreal conditions methods and findings

Seppo Kellomäki

University of Eastern Finland - Finland

Wind damage probability-reducing forest management and its effects on recreation- and life-style values, and yield

Kristina Blennow

University of Agricultural Sciences - Sweden

Vulnerability assessment of ecosystem services and adaptive management options in Austrian mountain forests under climate change

Michael Maroschek

Institute of Silviculture - Austria

Preparedness to climate change in European forestry based on COST ECHOES database on adaptive measures

Marcus Lindner

European Forest Institute

Forest owner motivations and attitudes towards land-use change for bio-energy production in Europe

Kristina Blennow

University of Agricultural Sciences - Sweden

A web-based tool for participatory vulnerability assessment of forest ecosystem services

Werner Rammer

Institute of Silviculture - Austria

No manual for the future: helping private woodland owners to adapt to climate change

Mariella Marzano

Forest Research - UK

Modelling for Knowledge Update in Adaptive Forest Management

Rasoul Yousefpour

Forest & Landscape Denmark


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