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EFI Publications

What Science Can Tell Us Based on collective scientific expert reviews providing interdisciplinary background information on key and complex forest-related issues for policy and decision makers, citizens and society in general
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Knowledge to Action Brings a wide range of research, projects and initiatives on forest-related issues closer to society

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Annual reports EFI News (1993-2016) ThinkForest briefs (2013-2016)
Project publications and final reports Policy Briefs Discussion Papers (1997-2012)
Technical Reports (2000-2017) Research Reports (1994-2011) Proceedings (1994-2010)

View scientific articles published externally, including in journals and project materials

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More information Recommended citation: Jo Van Brusselen and Andreas Schuck. 2005. Policy Foundations Review for Geographically Explicit Information Needs on Forests. EFI Technical Report 18. European
Policy
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More information Recommended citation: François Houllier, Julius Novotny, Risto Päivinen, Kaj Rosén, Giuseppe Scarascia-Mugnozza and Konstantin von Teuffel. 2005 Future Forest Research Strategy for a
Network
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More information Recommended citation: Gerben Janse. 2005. European Co-operation and Networking in Forest Communication. EFI Technical Report 20. European Forest Institute. Number of pages: 141
Network
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More information Recommended citation: Risto Päivinen and Michael Köhl. 2005. European Forest Information and Communication System (EFICS). EFI Technical Report 17. European Forest Institute. Number
Databases
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More information Recommended citation: David Humpreys, Jorrit Gosens, Michael J. Jackson, Anouska Plasmeijer, Wouter van Betuw and Frits Mohren. 2005. Biotechnology in the Forest? Policy Options on
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More information Recommended citation: Taina Veltheim, Brita Pajari (editors). 2005. Forest Landscape Restoration in Central and Northern Europe. Proceedings 53. European Forest Institute. Number of
Forest management
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More information Recommended citation: Andreas Ottitsch, Alexander Moiseyev, Nikolai Burdin and Lauma Kazusa. 2005. Impacts of Reduction of Illegal Logging in European Russia on the EU and European
Illegal logging
Trade
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More information Recommended citation: Jeannette Meyer. 2005. Fire Effects on Forest Resource Development in the French Mediterranean Region – Projections with a Large-Scale Forest Scenario Model. EFI
Forest fires
Models
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More information Recommended citation: Heikki Pajuoja, Ludek Sisak and Krzysztof Kaczmarek (editors). 2005. Evaluating Forestry Incentives and Assistance Programmes in Europe – Challenges to Improve
Policy
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More information Recommended citation: Folke Andersson, Yves Birot and Risto Päivinen (editors). 2004. Towards the Sustainable Use of Europe's Forests – Forest Ecosystem and Landscape Research
Ecosystem services
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More information Recommended citation: Gerard Buttoud, Birger Solberg, Ilpo Tikkanen, Brita Pajari (editors). 2004. The Evaluation of Forest Policies and Programmes . Proceedings 52. European Forest
Policy
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More information Recommended citation: Chris Baines (editor). 2004. Forest Research Crossing Borders. Proceedings 50. European Forest Institute. Number of pages: 150 ISBN: 952-5453-02-2, ISSN: 1237
Research
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More information Recommended citation: A. Maarit I. Kallio, Alexander Moiseyev, Birger Solberg. 2004. The Global Forest Sector Model EFI-GTM - The Model Structure. Internal Report 15. European Forest
Models
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More information Recommended citation: Marco Marchetti (editor). 2004. Monitoring and Indicators of Forest Biodiversity in Europe – From Ideas to Operationality. Proceedings 51. European Forest
Biodiversity
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Forestry in Central and Eastern European countries is going through a turbulent phase, caused by an uncertain economic situation, ownership changes and envisaged memberships of the European Union
Forest management