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EFI Publications

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Annual reports EFI News (1993-2016) ThinkForest briefs (2013-2016)
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Technical Reports (2000-2017) Research Reports (1994-2011) Proceedings (1994-2010)

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Up to the end of the 19th century, many European forests suffered from devastation and soil deterioration, which caused fears of timber shortage. In order to counteract this possible shortage, many
Forest management
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More information Published in 2003, this book was the only in its kind to review the commodity coding, defnitions and methodology applying to the collection of forest products production and trade
Forest products
Trade
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Proceedings of the seminar in St.Petersburg, Russia, 4–5 December 2002 More information Recommended citation: Anssi Niskanen, Galina Filioushkina and Kaija Saramäki (editors). 2003. Economic
Research
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More information Recommended citation: Mart-Jan Schelhaas, Andreas Schuck and Simo Varis. 2003. Database on Forest Disturbances in Europe (DFDE) – Technical Description. Internal Report 14. European
Databases
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Proceedings of the workshop in Tuusula, Finland, 1–2 October, 2002 More information Recommended citation: Tapani Oksanen, Brita Pajari, Tomi Tuomasjukka (editors). 2003. Forests in Poverty Reduction
Governance
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In Europe, forest policy discussions are moving towards a European-Union-wide strategy. This will further strengthen the relations between the European countries in the field of forests and forest
Models
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More information In this paper we look at overall trends in the trade of forest products by East Asian countries in relation to Europe and the world during the past four decades. East Asia consists of
Forest products
Trade
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Proceedings of the Scientific Seminar in Bordeaux, France, 8 September, 2001 More information Recommended citation: Michel Arbez, Yves Birot and Jean-Michel Carnus (editors). 2002. Risk management and
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Proceedings of the Seminar COST Action E19: National Forest Programmes in a European Context, Oslo, Norway, 13–1 5 September, 2001 More information Recommended citation: O. Gislerud and I. Neven
Research
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More information Recommended citation: Andrei P. Kirilenko. 2002. Simulation of long-term dynamics of forest wildfires in Russia with Marcovian model. Internal Report 10. European Forest Institute
Forest fires
Models
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Since the initiation of the ICP Forests programme, an information need on the forest condition has evolved. Many international conventions related to forests have been agreed upon and they are being
Policy
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More information Recommended citation: Andreas Schuck, Jo Van Brusselen, Risto Päivinen, Tuomas Häme, Pamela Kennedy and Sten Folving. 2002. Compilation of a Calibrated European Forest Map Derived
Maps
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Proceedings of the International Conference, Rovaniemi, Finland, 17-20 June 2001 More information Recommended citation: A. Ottitsch, I. Tikkanen, P. Riera (editors). 2002. Financial Instruments of
Policy
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Proceedings of the International IURFO Meeting and COST E19 MG and WG meetings in Savonlinna, Finland, 4–6 April, 2002 More information Recommended citation: Ilpo Tikkanen, Peter Glück and Heikki
Policy
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More information Recommended citation: Thies Eggers. 2002. The Impacts of Manufacturing and Utilisation of Wood Products on the European Carbon Budget. Internal Report 9. European Forest Institute
Climate change