Granskade publikationer

Senast ändrad: 04 april 2017


Abbott, B., …Bishop, K., … Laudon, H. et al 2016. Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: an expert assessment. Environmental Research Letters, 11(3)

Berlin, M., Persson, T., Jansson, G., Haapanen, M., Ruotsalainen, S., Bärring, L., Andersson Gull, B. 2016. Scots pine transfer effect models for growth and survival in Sweden and Finland. Silva Fennica 50(3), Article id: 1562.

Bjelke, U, Boberg, J., Oliva, J., Tattersdill, K., McKie, B. 2016. Dieback of riparian alder caused by the Phytopthora alni complex: projected consequences for stream ecosystems. Freshwater Biology, (61)5: 565-579.

Bärring, L., Berlin, M., Andersson Gull, B. 2016. Tailored climate indices for climate-proofing operational forestry applications in Sweden and Finland. International Journal of Climatology.

Cintas, O., Berndes, G., Hansson, J., Poudel, B., Bergh, J., Börjesson, P., Egnell, G., Lundmark, T., Nordin, A. 2016. The potential role of forest management in Swedish scenariios towards climate neutrality by mid century. Forest Ecology and Management,

Collentine, D. & Futter, M. 2016. Realizing the potential of natural water retention measures in catchment flood management: Tradeoffs and matching interests. Journal of Flood Risk Management.

Di Fulvio, D., Forsell, N., Lindroos, O., Korosuo, A., Gusti, M. 2016. Spatially explicit assessment of roundwood and logging residues availability and costs for the EU28. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 31(7): 691-707.

Egnell, G. 2016. Effects of slash and stump harvesting after final felling on stand and site productivity in Scots pine and Norway spruce. Forest Ecology and Management, (371): 42-49.

Eklöf, K., Lidskog, R., Bishop, K. 2016. Managing Swedish forestry’s impact on mercury in fish: Defining the impact and mitigation measures. Ambio (45)2: 163-174. 

Felton, A., Gustafsson, L., Roberge, J-M., Ranius, T., Hjältén, J., Rudolphi, J., Lindbladh, M., Weslien, J., Rist, L., Brunet, J., Felton, A.M. 2016. How climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies can threaten or enhance the biodiversity of production forests: insights from Sweden. Biological Conservation, (194): 11-20.

Felton, A., Hedwall, P.O., Lindbladh, M., Nyberg, T., Felton, A.M., Holmström, E., Wallin, I., Löf, M., Brunet, J. 2016. The biodiversity contribution of wood plantations: contrasting the bird communities of Swden's protected and production oak forests. Forest Ecology and Management, (365): 51-60.

Felton, A., Nilsson, U., Sonesson, J., Felton, A.M., Roberge, J-M., Ranius, T., Ahlström, M., Bergh, J., Björkman, C., Boberg, J., Drössler, L., Fahlvik, N., Gong, P., Holmström, E., Keskitalo, C., Klapwijk, M., Laudon, H., Lundmark, T., Niklasson, M., Nordin, A., Pettersson, M., Stenlid, J., Sténs, A., Wallertz, K. 2016. Replacing monocultures with mixed-species stands: Ecosystem service implications of two production forest alternatives in Sweden. Ambio (45)2: 124-139.

Futter, M., Högbom, L., Valinina, S., Sponseller, R., Laudon, H. 2016. Conceptualizing and communicating management effects on forest water quality. Ambio (45)2: 188-202.

Johansson, J. 2016. Participation and deliberation in Swedish forest governance: The process of initiating a National Forest Program. Forest Policy and Economics, 70: 137-146.

Johansson, T., Hjältén, J., Olsson, J., Dynesius, M., Roberge, J-M. 2016. Long-term effects of clear-cutting on epigaeic beetle assemblages in boreal forests. Forest Ecology and Management 359: 65-73.

Johansson, V., Felton, A., Ranius, T. 2016. Long-term landscape scale effects of bioenergy extraction on dead wood-dependent species. Forest Ecology and Management, 371: 103-113.

Josefsson, S., Bergknut, M., Futter, M., Jansson, S., Laudon, H., Wiberg, K. 2016. Persistent organic pollutants in streamwater: Influence of hydrological conditions and landscape type. Environmental Science & Technology, (50)14: 7416-7424.

Kardell, Ö. 2016. Swedish forestry, forest pasture grazing by livestock, and game browsing pressure since 1900. Environment and History (22)4: 5641-587.

Karlsen, R., Seibert, J., Grabs, T., Laudon, H., Blomkvist, P., Bishop, K. 2016. The assumption of uniform specific discharge: unsafe at any time? Hydrological Processes,

Kasurinen, V., Alfredsen, K., Ojala, A., Pumpanen, J., Weyhenmeyer, G., Futter, M., Laudon, H., Berninger, F. 2016. Modeling nonlinear responses of DOC transport in boreal catchments in Sweden. Water Resources Research, (52)7: 4970-4989.

Keskitalo. C. Bergh, J., Felton, A., Björkman, C., Berlin, M., Axelsson, P., Ring, E., Ågren, A., Roberge, J-M., Klapwijk, M., Boberg, J. 2016. Adaptation to climate change in Swedish forestry. Forests, (7)2: 28.

Keskitalo, C., Pettersson, M., Ambjörnsson, E., Davis, J. 2016. Agenda-setting and framing of policy solutions for forest pests in Canada and Sweden: Avoiding beetle outbreaks? Forest Policy and Economics 65:59-68.

Klapwijk, M., Bylund, H., Schroeder, M., Björkman, C. 2016. Forest management and natural biocontrol of insect pests. Forestry, (89)3: 253-262.

Klapwijk, M., Hopkins, A., Eriksson, L., Pettersson, M., Schroeder, M., Lindelöw, Å., Rönnberg, J., Keskitalo, C., Kenis, M. 2016. Reducing the risk of invasive forest pests and pathogens: Combining legislation, targeted management and public awareness. Ambio (45)2: 223-234.

Kraxner, F., Aoki, K., Kindermann, G., Leduc, S., Albrecht, F., Liu, J., Yamagata, Y. 2016. Bioenergy and the city - What can urban forests contribute? Applied Energy, (165): 990-1003.

Laudon, H., Kuglerová, L., Sponseller, R., Futter, M., Nordin, A., Beshop, K., lundmark, T., Egnell, G., Ågren, A. 2016. The role of biogeochemical hotspots, landscape heterogeneity, and hydrological connectivity for minimizing forestry effects on water quality. Ambio (45)2: 152-162.

Laudon, H., Ottosson-Löfvenius, M. 2016. Adding snow to the picture – providing complementary winter precipitation data to the Krycklan Catchment Study database. Hydrological Processes.

Ledesma, J., Futter, M., Laudon, H., Evans, C., Köhler, S. 2016. Boreal forest riarian zones regulate stream sulfate and dissolved organic carbon. Science of The Total Environment. Vol. 560-561: 110-122.

Lidskog, R. & Löfmarck, E. 2016. Fostering a flexible forest: Challenges and strategies in the advisory practice of a deregulated forest management system. Forest Policy and Economics 62: 177-183.

Lidskog, R. & Sjödin, D. 2016. Extreme events and climate change: the post-disaster dynamics of forest fires and forest storms in Sweden. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, (31)2: 148-155.

Liman, A.-S., Dalin, P., Björkman, C. 2016. Enhanced leaf nitrogen status stabilizes omnivore popultioan density. Oecologia,

Lucas, R., Sponseller, R., Gundale, M., Stendahl, J., Fridman, J., Högberg, P., Laudon, H. 2016. Long-term declines in stream and river inorganic nitrogen (N) export correspond to forest change. Ecological Applications, 26(2): 545-556.

Lundmark, T., Bergh, J., Nordin, A., Fahlvik, N., Poudel, B. 2016. Comparison of carbon balances between continuous-cover and clear-cut forestry in Sweden. Ambio (45)2: 203-213.

Löf, M., Brunet, J., Filyushkina, A., Lindbladh, M., Skovsgaard, J.P., Felton, A. 2016. Management of oak forests: striking a balance between timber production, biodiversity and cultural services. International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Sevices & Management, (12):1-2: 59-73.

Mårald, E., Langstron, N., Sténs, A., Moen, J. 2016. Changing ideas in forestry: A comparison of concepts in Swedish and American forestry journals during the early twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Ambio (45)2: 74-86.

Mårald, E. Westholm, E. 2016. Changing approaches to the future in Swedish forestry, 1850-2010. Nature and Culture (11)1: 1-21.

Nilsson, U., Berglund, M., Bergquist, J., Holmström, H., Wallgren, M. 2016. Simulated effects of browsing on the production and economic values of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) stands. Scandinavian Journal of Forest research 31(3): 279-285.

Nordin, A., Sandström, C. 2016. Interdisciplinary science for future governance and management of forests. Ambio (45)2: 69-73.

Nordlund, A., Schenk, T., Westin, K. 2016. Forest beliefs in an urbanizing world: views on and usage of forest areas among persons with and without a migration biography in Germany and Sweden. Society & Natural Resources, In press.

Nordström, E-M., Forsell, N., Lundström, A., Korosuo, A., Bergh, J., Havlik, P., Kraxner, F., Frank, S., Fricko, O., Lundmark, T., Nordin, A. 2016. Impacts of global climate change mitigation scenarios on forests and harvesting in Sweden. Canadian Journal of Forest research.

Oni, S., Futter, M., Ledesma, J., Teutschbein, C., Buttle, J. Laudon, H. 2016. Using dry and wet year hydroclimatic extremes to guide future hydrologic projections. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. (20)7: 2811-2825.

Peralta-Tapia, A., Soulsby, C., Tetzlaff, D., Sponseller, R., Bishop, K., Laudon, H. 2016. Hydroclimatic influences on non-stationary transit time distributions in a boreal headwater catchment. Journal of Hydrology,

Pettersson, M., Strömberg, C., Keskitalo, C. 2016. Possibility to implement invasive species control in Swedish forests. Ambio (45)2: 214-222.

Ranius, T., Korosuo, A., Roberge, J.-M., Juutinen, A., Mönkkönen, M., schroeder, M. 2016. Cost-efficient strategies to preserve dead wood-dependent species in a managed forest landscape. Biological Conservation, In press

Rist, L., Felton, A., Mårald, E., Samuelsson, L, Lundmark, T., Rosvall, O. 2016. Avoiding the pitfalls of adaptive management implementation in Swedish silviculture. Ambio (45)2: 140-151.

Roberge, J-M., Laudon, H., Björkman, C., Ranius, T., Sandström, C., Felton, A., Sténs, A., Nordin, A., Granström, A., Widemo, F., Bergh, J., Sonesson, J., Stenlid, J., Lundmark, T. 2016. Socio-ecological implications of modifying rotation lengths in forestry. Ambio (45)2: 109-123.

Samuelsson, L. & Rist, L. 2016. Stakeholder participation as a means to produce morally justified environmental decisions. Ethics, policy and environment, 19(1): 76-90.

Sandström, C., Carlsson-Kanyama, A., Beland-Lindahl, K., Mossberg-Sonnek, K., Mossing, A., Nordin, A., Nordström, E-M., Räty, R. 2016. Understanding consistencies and gaps between desired forest futures: An analysis of visions from stakeholder groups in Sweden. Ambio (45)2: 100-108.

Sponseller, R., Gundale, M., Futter, M., Ring, E., Nordin, A., Näsholm, T., Laudon, H. 2016. Nitrogen dynamics in managed boreal forests: Recent advances and future research directions. Ambio, (45)2: 175-187.

Sténs, A., Bjärstig, T., Nordström, E-M., Sandström, C., Fries, C., Johansson, J. 2016. In the eye of the stakeholder: The challanges of governing social forest values. Ambio (45)2: 87-99.

Subramanian, N., Bergh, J., Johansson, U., Nilsson, U., Sallnäs, O. 2016. Adaptation of Forest Management Regimes in Southern Sweden to Increased Risks Associated with Climate Change. Forests (7)1.

Tiwari, T., Lundström, J. Kuglerová, L., laudon, H., Öhman, K., Ågren, A. 2016. Cost of riparian buffer zones: A comparison of hydrologically adapted site-specific riparian buffers with traditional fixed widths. Water Resources Research, (52)2: 1056-1069.

Uggla, Y., Forsberg, M., Larsson S. 2016. Dissimilar framings of forest biodiversity preservation: Uncertainty and legal ambiguity as contributing factors. Forest policy and Economics, 62: 36-42. 

Uggla, Y. & Lidskog, R. 2016. Climate risks and forest practices: forest owners' acceptance of advice concerning climate change. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, (31)6: 618-625.

Winterdahl, M., Laudon, H., Lyon, S., Pers, C., Bishop, K. 2016. Sensitivity of stream dissolved organic carbon to temperature and discharge: Implications of future climates. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, (121)1: 126-144.


Ahlström, M.A., Lundqvist, L. 2015. Stand development during 16-57 years in partially harvested sub-alpine uneven-aged Norway spruce stands reconstructed from increment cores. Forest Ecology and Management.

Backman, F., Mårald, E. 2015. Is there a Nordic model for the treatment of introduced tree species? A comparison of the use, policy, and debate concerning introduced tree species in the Nordic countries. Scandinavian journal of Forest Research.

Beland Lindahl, K. 2015. Actors' perceptions and strategies: forests and pathways to sustainability, pp 111-124. In Westholm, E., Beland-Lindahl, K., Kraxner, F. (Eds.) The future use of Nordic forests - a global perspective. 2015, XXI, 169 p. Springer International Publishing Switzerland. ISBN: 987-3-319-14218-0.

Beland Lindahl, K., Westholm, E., Kraxner, F. 2015. Nordic forest futures - an introduction, pp 1-10. In Westholm, E., Beland-Lindahl, K., Kraxner, F. (Eds.) The future use of Nordic forests - a global perspective. 2015, XXI, 169 p. Springer International Publishing Switzerland. ISBN: 987-3-319-14218-0.

Beland Lindahl, K., Sténs, A., Sandström, C., Johansson, J., Lidskog, R., Ranius, T., Roberge, Jean-Michel. 2015. The Swedish forestry model: More of everything?. Forest Policy and Economics, In press.

Bidleman, T., Agosta, K., Andersson, A., Brorström-Lundén, E., Haglund, P., Hansson, K., Laudon, H., Newton, S., Nygren, O., Ripszam, M., Tysklind, M., Wiberg, K. 2015. Atmospheric pathways of chlorinated pesticides and natural bromoanisoles in the northern Baltic Sea and its catchment. Ambio (44)3: 472-483.

Bishop, K., Seibert, J. 2015. A primer for hydrology: the beguiling simplicity of Water's journey from rain to stream at 30. Hydrological Processes (29)16: 3443-3446.

Björkman, C., Niemelä, P. (eds) 2015. Climate change and insect pests. CABI Climate Change Series No. 7. CABI, Wallingford.

Björkman, C., Bylund, H., Nilsson, U., Nordlander, G., Schroeder, M. 2015. Effects of new forest management on insect damage risk in a changing climate. In Climate change and insect pests. CABI Climate Change Series No. 7. pp:248-266. CABI, Wallingford.

Burrows, R., Hotchkiss, E., Jonsson, M., Laudon, H., McKie, B., Sponseller, R. 2015. Nitrogen limitation of heterotrophic biofilms in boreal streams. Freshwater Biology.

Cintas, O., Berndes, G., Cowie, A., Egnell, G., Holmström, H., Ågren, G. 2015. The climate effect of increased forest bioenergy use in Sweden: evaluation at different spatial and temporal scales. WIREs Energy and Environment,

Eckerberg, K. 2015. Future forest governance: multiple challenges, diverging responses, pp 83-97. In Westholm, E., Beland-Lindahl, K., Kraxner, F. (Eds.) The future use of Nordic forests - a global perspective. 2015, XXI, 169 p. Springer International Publishing Switzerland. ISBN: 987-3-319-14218-0.

Egnell, G., Jurevics, A., Peichl, M. 2015. Negative effects of stump harvest and deep soil cultivation on the soil carbon and nitrogen pools are mitigated by enhanced tree growth. Forest Ecology and Management, 338: 57-67.

Egnell, G. & Ulvcrona-Ahnlund, K. 2015. Stand productivity following whole-tree harvesting in early thinning of Scots pine stands in Sweden. Forest Ecology and Management, 340: 40-45.

Eklöf, K., Kraus, A., Futter, M., Schelker, J., Meili, M., Boyer, E., Bishop, K. 2015. Parsimonious Model for Simulating Total Mercury and Methylmercury in Boreal Streams Based on Riparian Flow Paths and Seasonality. Environmental Science & Technology (49)13: 7851-7859.

Eriksson, L., Nordlund, A., Schenk, T., Westin, K. 2016. A study of forest values and management attitudes in the general public in Germany and Sweden: does context matter? Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 58:8, 1412-1431

Fahlvik, N., Ekö, P-M., Petersson, N. 2015. Effects of precommercial thinning strategies on stand structure and growth in a mixed even-aged stand of Scots pine, Norway spruce and birch in southern Sweden. 2015. Silva Fennica (49)3: art no: 1302.

Filipovic, M., Laudon, H., McLachlan, M., Berger, U. 2015. Mass balance of perfluorinated alkyl acids in a pristine boreal catchment. Environmental Science & Technology, 49(20): 12127-12135.

From, F., Strengbom, J., Nordin, A. 2015. Residual long-term effects of forest fertilization on tree growth and nitrogen turnover in boreal forest. Forests, 6(4): 1145-1156. Öppnas i nytt fönster

Galliard, M.-J., Sandström, C., Bergh, J. et al. 2015. Book chapter: Causes of regional change - land cover. In Second assessment of climate change for the Baltic Sea basin. The BACC II Author team (Ed.) Springer International Publishing. ISBN: 978-3-319-16005-4.

Hasper, T., Wallin, G., Lamba, S., Hall, M., Jaramillo, F., Laudon, H., Linder, S., Medhurst, J., Räntfors, M., Sigurdsson, B., Uddling, J. 2015. Water use by Swedish boreal forests in a changing climate. Functional Ecology,

Hedwall, P.-O., Bergh, J., Nordin, A.. 2015. Nitrogen-retention in a fertilized forest after clear-cutting -- the effect of forest-floor vegetation. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2015, 45(1): 130-134.

Holmström, E., Hjelm, K., Johansson, U., Karlsson, M., Valkonen, S. Nilsson, U. 2015. Pre-commercial thinning, birch admixture and sprout management in planted Norway spruce stands in South Sweden. Scandinavian Journal of Forests Research, DOI: 10.1080/02827581.2015.1055792.

Hotchkiss, E.R., Hall Jr, R.O., Sponseller, R.A., Butman, D., Klaminder,, J., Laudon, H., Rosvall, M., Karlsson, J. 2015. Sources of and processes controlling CO2 emissions change with the size of streams and rivers. Nature Geoscience,

Hytteborn, J., Temnerud, J., Alexander, R., Boyer, E., Futter, M., Fröberg, M., Dahné, J., Bishop, K. 2015. Patterns and predictability in the intra-annual organic carbon variability across the boreal and hemiboreal landscape. Science of the Total Environment (520) 260-269.

Keskitalo, C., Pettersson, M. 2015 (2012). Implementing multi-level governance? The legal basis and implementation of the EU water framework directive for forestry in Sweden. Environmental Policy and Governance (22)2:90-103. Reprinted as chapter 35 In Bache, I. Flinders, M. (eds). Multi-level Governance: Essential Readings. Elgar Research Reviews in Social and Political Science. Edward Elgar press, Cheltenham.

Kollberg, I., Bylund, H., Jonsson, T., Schmidt, A., Gershenzon, J., Björkman, C. 2015. Temperature affects insect outbreak risk through tritrophic interactions mediated by plant secondary compounds. Ecosphere, 6(6): art 102. 

Kothawala, D., Xing, J., Laudon, H., Ågren, A., Futter, M., Köhler, S., Tranvik, L. 2015. The relative influence of land cover, hydrology, and in-stream processing on the composition of dissolved organic matter in boreal streams. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences,

Kraxner, F., Nordström, E-M. 2015. Bioenergy futures: a global outlook on the implications of land use for forest-based feedstock production, pp 63-81. In Westholm, E., Beland-Lindahl, K., Kraxner, F. (Eds.) The future use of Nordic forests - a global perspective. 2015, XXI, 169 p. Springer International Publishing Switzerland. ISBN: 987-3-319-14218-0.

Kuglerová, L., Dynesius, M., Laudon, H., Jansson, R. 2015. Relationships between plant assemblages and water flow across a Boreal forest landscape: A comparison of liverworts, mosses, and vascular plants. Ecosystems, 1-15.

Kuglerová, L., Jansson, R., Sponseller, R., Laudon, H., Malm-Renöfält, B. 2015. Local and regional processes determine plant species richness in a river-network metacommunity. Ecology, 96(2): 381-391.

Ledesma, J., Grabs, T., Bishop, K., Schiff, S., Köhler, S. 2015. Potential for long-term transfer of dissolved organic carbon from riparian zones to streams in boreal catchments. Global Change Biology (21)8:2963-2979.

Lestander, R., Löfgren, S., Henriksson, L., Ågren, A. 2015. Relationship between structural features and water chemistry in boreal headwater streams - evaluation based on results from two water management survey tools suggested for Swedish forestry. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 187(4): 1-15.

Lidskog, R. & Löfmarck, E. 2015. Managing uncertainty: The forest professionals' claim and epistemic authority in the face of societal and climate change. Risk Management 17(3): 145-164. 

Lidskog, R. & Sjödin, D. 2015. Risk governance through professional expertise. Forestry consultants’ handling of uncertainties after a storm disaster. Journal of Risk Research.

Lidskog, R. & Sjödin, D. 2015. Time, knowledge and risk: Decision making in the aftermath of storm disasters. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters (33)3: 341-359.

Lim, H., Oren, R., Palmroth, S., Tor-ngern, P., Mörling, T., Näsholm, T., Lundmark, T., Helmisaari, H-S., Leppälammi-Kujansuu, J., Linder, S. 2015. Inter-annual variability of precipitation constraints the production response of boreal Pinus sylvestris to nitrogen fertilization. Forest Ecology and Management 348: 31-45.

Lindberg, E., Roberge, J-M., Johansson, T., Hjältén, J. 2015. Can airborne laser scanning (ALS) and forest estimates derived from satellite images be used to predict abundance and species richness of birds and beetles in Boreal forests? Remote Sensing, 7(4): 4233. Öppnas i nytt fönster

Logue, J., Stedmon, C., Kellerman, A., Nielsen, N., Andersson, A., Laudon, H., Lindström, E., Kritzberg, E. 2015. Experimental insights into the importance of aquatic bacterial community composition to the degradation of dissolved organic matter. ISME Journal,

Lyon, S., Nathanson, M., Lam, N., Dahlke, H., Rutzinger, M., Kean, J., Laudon, H. 2015. Can low-resolution airborne laser scanning data be used to model stream rating curves? Water, 7: 1324-1339.

Löf, M., Brunet, J., Filyushkina, A., Lindbladh, M., Skovsgaard, J.P., Felton, A. 2015. Management of oak forests: striking a balance between timber production, biodiversity and cultural services. International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services & Management pp:1-15.

Maaroufi, N., Nordin, A., Hasselquist, N., Holm-Bach, L., Palmqvist, K., Gundale, M. 2015. Anthropogenic nitrogen deposition enhances carbon sequestration in boreal soils. Global Change Biol.

Malmberg, B. 2015. Future forest trends: can we build on demographically based forecasts?, pp 25-42. In Westholm, E., Beland-Lindahl, K., Kraxner, F. (Eds.) The future use of Nordic forests - a global perspective. 2015, XXI, 169 p. Springer International Publishing Switzerland. ISBN: 987-3-319-14218-0.

Millberg, H., Boberg, J. Stenlid, J. 2015. Changes in fungal community of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) needles along a latitudinal gradient in Sweden. Fungal Ecology, 17: 126-139.

Millberg, H., Hopkins, A., Boberg, J., Davydenko, K., stenlid, J. 2015. Disease development of Dothistroma needle blight in seedlings of Pinus sylvestris and Pinus contorta under Nordic conditions. Forest Pathology,

Mårald, E., Sandström, C., Rist, L., Rosvall, O., samuelsson, L., Idenfors, A. 2015. Exploring the use of a dialogue process to tackle a complex and controversial issue in forest management. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research (30)8: 749-756.

Nilsson, S. 2015. Global trends and possible future land use, pp 43-62. In Westholm, E., Beland-Lindahl, K., Kraxner, F. (Eds.) The future use of Nordic forests - a global perspective. 2015, XXI, 169 p. Springer International Publishing Switzerland. ISBN: 987-3-319-14218-0.

Nilsson, S. 2015. Transition of the Canadian forest sector, pp 125-144. In Westholm, E., Beland-Lindahl, K., Kraxner, F. (Eds.) The future use of Nordic forests - a global perspective. 2015, XXI, 169 p. Springer International Publishing Switzerland. ISBN: 987-3-319-14218-0.

Oni, S., Tiwari, T., Ledesma, J., Ågren, A., Teutschbein, C., Schelker, J., Laudon, H., Futter, M. 2015. Local- and landscape-scale impacts of clear-cuts and climate change on surface water dissolved organic carbon in boreal forests. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences (120)11: 2402-2426.

Ostwald, M. 2015. Climate-related forest policies and trends, pp 99-109. In Westholm, E., Beland-Lindahl, K., Kraxner, F. (Eds.) The future use of Nordic forests - a global perspective. 2015, XXI, 169 p. Springer International Publishing Switzerland. ISBN: 987-3-319-14218-0.

Peralta-Tapia, A., Sponseller R., Ågren, A., Tetzlaff, D., Soulsby, C., Laudon, H. 2015. Scale-dependent groundwater contributions influence patterns of winter baseflow stream chemistry in boreal catchments. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences.

Puentes, A., Torp, M., Weih, M., Björkman, C. 2015. Direct effects of elevated temperature on a tri-tropic system: Salix, leaf beetles and predatory bugs. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 9(6): 567-575. Opens in new window

Ranius, T., Johansson, V., Schroeder, M., Caruso, A. 2015. Relative importance of habitat characteristics at multiple spatial scales for wood-dependent beetles in boreal forest. Landscape Ecology, 30(10): 1931-1942.

Redondo, M., Boberg, J., Olsson, C., Oliva, J. 2015. Winter conditions correlate with Phytophthora alni subspecies distribution in southern Sweden. Phytopathology, 105(9): 1191-1197.

Ring, E., Högbom, L., Nohrstedt, H-Ö., Jacobsson, S. 2015. Soil and soil-water chemistry below different amounts of logging residues at two harvested forest sites in Sweden. Silva Fennica, 49:4, id 1265.

Rist, L., Shackleton, C., Gadamus, L., Chapin, F.S., Gowda, C., Setty, S., Kannan, R., Shaanker, R. 2015. Ecological Knowledge Among Communities, Managers and Scientists: Bridging Divergent Perspectives to Improve Forest Management Outcomes. Environmental Management (57)4: 798-813.

Roberge, J-M., Lämås, T., Lundmark, T., Felton, A., Nordin, A. 2015. Relative contribution of set-asides and tree retention to the long-term availability of key forest biodiversity structures at the landscape scale. Journal of Environmental Management, 154: 284-292.

Rytter, L., Andreasson, K., Bergh, J., Ekö, P-M., Grönholm, T., Kilpeläinen, A., Lazdina, D., Muiste, P., Nord-Larsen, T. 2015. Availability of biomass for energy purposes in Nordic and Baltic countries: land areas and biomass amounts. Baltic Forestry (21)2: 375-390.

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Winterdahl M., Futter M., Köhler S., Laudon H., Seibert J., Bishop K., Riparian soil temperature modification of the relationship between flow and dissolved organic carbon concentration in a boreal stream, Water resources research (2011) Volume 47, W08532, 17 PP. doi:10.1029/2010WR010235.

Witzell, J., Berglund, M., & Rönnberg, J. (2011) Does temperature regime govern the establishment of Heterobasidion annosum in Scandinavia? International Journal of Biometeorology 55:275-284.


Drössler L., Tree species mixtures — a common feature of southern Swedish forests, Forestry - An International Journal of Forest Research (2010) Volume 83, Issue 2, 433-441, doi:10.1093/forestry/cpq025.

Elfving B., Natural mortality in thinning and fertilisation experiments with pine and spruce in Sweden, Forest Ecology and Management (2010) Volume 260, Issue 3, 353-360, doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2010.04.025.

Ellison, David. , Addressing Adaptation in the EU Policy Framework, In: Keskitalo, E. C. H. (ed.) Developing Adaptation Policy and Practice in Europe: Multi-level Governance of Climate Change. Springer, Berlin. 2010.

Futter, M.N., Ring, E., Högbom, L., Entenmann, S., and Bishop, K.H. , Consequences of nitrate leaching following stem-only harvesting of Swedish forests are dependent on spatial scale, Environmental Pollution 158 (2010) 3552-3559.

Gundersen P., Laurén A., Finér L., Ring E., Kouivusalo H., Sætersdal M., Weslien J-O., Sigurdsson B.D., Högbom L., Laine J., Hansen K., (2010) Environmental Services Provided from Riparian Forests in the Nordic Countries , Ambio: A journal of the human environment, Volume 39, Number 8, 555-566, doi:10.1007/s13280-010-0073-9.

Hedwall, P-O., Nordin, A., Brunet, J. and Bergh, J. ,(2010) Compositional changes of forest-floor vegetation in young stands of Norway spruce as an effect of repeated fertilisation, Forest Ecology and Management 259: 2418-2425.

Hjältén J., Gibb H., Ball J.P., How will low-intensity burning after clear-felling affect mid-boreal insect assemblages?, Basic and Applied Ecology (2010) Volume 11, Issue 4, 363-372, doi:10.1016/j.baae.2009.12.012.

Jyske, T., Kaakinen, S., Nilsson, U., Vapaavuori, E., (2010) Effects of timing and intensity of thinning on wood structure and chemistry in Norway spruce., Holzforschung, 64: 81-91..

Melin, Y., Petersson, H. & Egnell, G., Assessing carbon balance trade-offs between bioenergy and carbon sequestration of stumps at varying time scales and harvest intensities, Forest Ecology and Management 260 (2010) 536—542.

Nilsson, U., Agestam, E., Ekö, P-M., Elfving, B., Fahlvik, N., Johansson, U., Karlsson, K., Lundmark, T. & Walentin, C., (2010) Thinning of Scots pine and Norway spruce monocultures in Sweden - Effects of different thinning programmes on stand level gross- and net stem volume production, Studia Forestalia Suecica 219, 1-46.

Nilsson, U., Luoranen, J., Kolström, T., Örlander, G., Puttonen, P., (2010) Reforestation with planting in northern Europe, Scandinavian Journal of Forest Reserach 25, 1-12.

Olivia J., Thor M., Stenlid J., Long-term effects of mechanized stump treatment against Heterobasidion annosum root rot in Picea abies , Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2010) 40:(6), 1020-1033, doi:10.1139/X10-051.

Oliva, J., Thor, M., Stenlid, J. , (2010) Reaction zone and periodic increment decrease in Picea abies trees infected by Heterobasidion annosum s.l., For. Ecol. Manage. 260, 692-698..

Paillet Y., Bergès L., Hjältén J., Ódor P., Avon C., Bernhardt-Römermann M., Bijlsma R-J., Fuhr M., Grandin U., Kanka R., Lundin L., Luque S., Magura T., Matesanz S., Mészáros I., Sebastià M. T., Schmidt W., Standovár T., Tóthmérész B., Uotila A., Valladares F., Vellak K., Virtanen R., Compromises in Data Selection in a Meta-Analysis of Biodiversity in Managed and Unmanaged Forests: Response to Halme et al., Conservation Biology (2010) Volume 24, Issue 4, 1157-1160, doi:10.1111/j.1523-1739.2010.01543.x.

Paillet Y., Bergès L., Hjältén J., Ódor P., Avon C., Bernhardt-Römermanns M., Bijlsma R-J., De Bruyn L., Fuhr M., Grandin U., Kanka R., Lundin L., Luque S., Magura T., Matesanz S., Mészáros I., Sebastià M-T., Schmidt W., Standovár T., Tóthméréz B., Uotila A., Valladares F., Vellak K., Virtanen R., Biodiversity Differences between Managed and Unmanaged Forests: Meta-Analysis of Species Richness in Europe, Conservation Biology (2010) Volume 24, Issue 1, 101-112, doi: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2009.01399.x.

Spezia, A., Futter, MN. and Brewer, MJ., (2010) Periodic multivariate normal hidden Markov models for the analysis of water quality time series, Environmetrics. DOI: 10.1002/env.1051i.

Temnerud, J., Fölster, J., Buffam, I., Laudon, H., Erlandsson, M. and Bishop, K., (2010) Can the distribution of headwater stream chemistry be predicted from downstream observations?, Hydrological Processes, 24(16): 2269-2276.

Wallander H., Johansson U., Sterkenburg E., Brandström Durling M., Lindahl B. D., Production of ectomycorrhizal mycelium peaks during canopy closure in Norway spruce forests, New Phytologist (2010) Volume 187, Issue 4, 1124-1134, doi:10.1111/j.1469-8137.2010.03324.x.

Ågren A., Buffam I., Bishop K., Laudon H., Modeling stream dissolved organic carbon concentrations during spring flood in the boreal forest: A simple empirical approach for regional prediction, Journal of geophysical research (2010) Volume 115, G01012, doi:10.1029/2009JG001013.

Ågren A., Haei M., Köhler S. J., Bishop K., Laudon H., Regulation of stream water dissolved organic carbon (DOC) concentration during snowmelt; the role of discharge, winterclimate and memory effects, Biogeosciences (2010) Volume 7, Issue 9, 2901-2913, doi:10.5194/bg-7-2901-2010.

Ågren, A., Buffam, I., Bishop, K. and Laudon, L., Sensitivity of pH in a boreal stream network to a potential decrease in base cations caused by forest harvest, Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 67: 1116-1125 (2010). 


Albaugh T.J., Bergh J., Lundmark T., Nilsson U., Stape J.L., Allen H.L., Linder S., Do biological expansion factors adequately estimate stand-scale aboveground component biomass for Norway spruce?, Forest Ecology and Management (2009) Volume 258, Issue 12, 2628-2637, doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2009.09.021.

Berggren, Å., Björkman, C., Bylund, H. & Ayres, M., The distribution and abundance of animal populations in a climate of uncertainty, Oikos 118: 1121-1126 (2009).

Felton A., Ellingson L., Andersson E., Drössler L., Blennow K., Adapting production forests in southern Sweden to climate change: Constraints and opportunities for risk spreading, International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management (2009) Volume 2, Issue 1, doi:10.1108/17568691011020274.

Kaakinen S., Piispanen R., Lehto S., Metsometä J., Nilsson U., Saranpää P., Linder S., Vapaavuori E., Growth, wood chemistry, and fibre length of Norway spruce in a long-term nutrient optimization experiment, Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2009) 39:(2) 410-419, doi:10.1139/X08-180.

Övergaard R., Agestam E., Ekö P-M., Johansson U., A method for natural regeneration of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) practiced in southern Sweden , Studia forestalia Suecica (2009) Volume 218, Number 218, 1-28, ISSN 0039-3150, ISBN 978-91-86197-41-4.