Publications

Last changed: 07 December 2022

Highlighted Publications

Here you can read more about our work in the following publications

  1. Baudet, M., & Östlund, L. (2022). Collecting Cores to Age Hollow Trees: A Research Note on Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris). Tree-Ring Research78(2), 150-155.
  2. Laudon, H., Lidberg, W., Sponseller, R., Hasselquist, E. M., Westphal, F., Östlund, L., ... & Ågren, A. (2022). Emerging technology can guide ecosystem restoration for future water security. Authorea Preprints.
  3. Cogos, C., Östlund, L. and Roturier, S. (2021) "Negotiating (with) Fire: Contemporary Fire Domestication in Swedish Sápmi," Journal of Ethnobiology 41(4), 499-516, https://doi.org/10.2993/0278-0771-41.4.499
  4. Östlund, L., Laestander, S., Aurell, G., & Hörnberg, G. (2022). The war on deciduous forest: Large-scale herbicide treatment in the Swedish boreal forest 1948 to 1984. Ambio, 51(5), 1352-1366.
  5. Östlund, L., & Norstedt, G. (2022). Preservation of the cultural legacy of the indigenous Sami in northern forest reserves – Present shortcomings and future possibilities. Forest Ecology and Management, 502, 119726.
  6. Cogos, S., Östlund, L., & Roturier, S. (2021). Fire Management in The Boreal Forest of Swedish Sápmi: Prescribed Burning and Consideration of Sami Reindeer Herding During 1920 –1970. Environmental Management, 68(3), 295-309.
  7. Lundmark, H., Östlund, L. & Josefsson, T. (2021) Continuity forest or second-generation forest? Historic aerial photos provide evidence of early clear-cutting in northern Sweden. Silva Fennica 55:1.
  8. Östlund, L., Bergman, I., Sandström, C., & Brännström, M. (2020). The legal application of ethnoecology: The Girjas Sami Village versus the Swedish State. Plants, People, and Places: The Roles of Ethnobotany and Ethnoecology in Indigenous Peoples’ Land Rights in Canada and Beyond, 188-202.
  9. Östlund, L., Zegers, G., Benjamin Cáceres Murrie, B., Fernández, M., Carracedo-Recasens, R., Josefsson, T., Prieto, A. & Roturier, S. (2020) Culturally modified trees and forest structure at a Kawésqar ancient settlement at Río Batchelor, western Patagonia. Human Ecology, XX: 1-13.
  10. Baudet, M., T. Josefsson, and L. Östlund, 2020. New insights into estimating the age of old Scots pine from increment cores with stem rot. Dendrochronologia 64:125782. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dendro.2020.125782.
  11. Cogos, S., Roturier, S., & Östlund, L. (2020). The origins of prescribed burning in Scandinavian forestry: the seminal role of Joel Wretlind in the management of fire-dependent forests. European Journal of Forest Research, 139(3), 393-406.
  12. Östlund, L., Öbom, A., Löfdahl, A., & Rautio, A. M. (2020). Women in forestry in the early twentieth century–new opportunities for young women to work and gain their freedom in a traditional agrarian society. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 1-14.

 

 


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