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News from Future Forests

Researchers from Future Forests and Luke met in mid-April. Photo: Mats Hannerz

Finnish and Swedish researchers join forces in uneven-aged forest research

A group of researchers from Future Forests and Luke met in mid-April for a two-day workshop in Tuusula outside Helsinki in Finland. Their target: to update the state-of-the-art science in uneven-aged forestry and to initiate future cooperation.

News from Future Forests

Forests, Bioenergy and the Global Climate 

(160502) Future Forests and the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry invites to a scientific seminar about the role of forests in climate mitigation. Read more and register.

Future Forest acknowledged internationally for its interdisciplinary and innovative collaborations

(160502) In an international evaluation, the programme was acknowledged to have created a good atmosphere for interdisciplinary research collaborations and collaborations with society. Download the report.

Future Forests director gave principal speech at the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry

(160128) The director of  Future Forests, Professor Annika Nordin, gave the principal speech at the Annual Commemorative meeting at KSLA, the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry. The meeting gathered 510 guests, among them was H.R.H. Prince Carl Philip of Sweden. Read Annika Nordins speech

What is Future Forests?

Future Forests is a research program initiated by Mistra, the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research. The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) is host and  the program is a joint initiative between SLU, Umeå University och Skogforsk.

Recent publications

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.

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. Öppnas i nytt fönster

More publications

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