Resilience Blog / Forest Risks

“Changing our way of forest management is the key to making forests more resilient”

4 days 18 hours ago

How can we increase the resilience of our forest to be better prepared for future natural disturbances and climate change, while maintaining a high level

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Gesche Schifferdecker

Investigating potential future climate, disturbance and forest management effects

2 weeks ago

How can we increase the resilience of our forest to be better prepared for future natural disturbances and climate change, while maintaining a high level

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Gesche Schifferdecker

“We develop long-term management strategies to maximise ecosystem services against forest disturbances”

2 weeks 6 days ago

How can we increase the resilience of our forest to be better prepared for future natural disturbances and climate change, while maintaining a high level

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Gesche Schifferdecker

“Our results contribute to a better understanding of many forest disturbance processes”

4 weeks 1 day ago

How can we increase the resilience of our forest to be better prepared for future natural disturbances and climate change, while maintaining a high level

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Gesche Schifferdecker

From the past winds to future storms – updating the Database of Forest Disturbances in Europe

1 month ago

What if we had a database covering all forest disturbances in Europe over the past 170 years? Would we be able to identify patterns of

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Mart-Jan Schelhaas

Bridging the gap between the world(s) of research, practitioners and policy-makers

1 month ago

How can we increase the resilience of our forest to be better prepared for future natural disturbances and climate change, while maintaining a high level

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Gesche Schifferdecker

Towards improved disturbance risk management in European forests: serving the needs and building on positive experiences of different countries

1 month 3 weeks ago
Cecilia Fraccaroli

Enhancing resilience of forests to disturbances – why networks are essential. Day 1 of the SURE conference.

2 months 2 weeks ago

“Collaboration is key to enhance forest resilience.” This was the opening message given by Marcus Lindner (project coordinator of SURE) when introducing the SURE conference

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Cecilia Fraccaroli
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