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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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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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More information Recommended citation: Pere Riera. 2001. Assessment of methodologies for valuing biological diversity of forests. Internal Report 4. European Forest Institute Number of pages: 14 (Note
Biodiversity
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The principal objective of these guidelines is to provide assistance for developing a generic monitoring system for the assessment of the socio-economic performance of farm forestry enterprises. The
Research
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According to the FAO's State of the world's forests 1999, the total forest area in Russia is 764 million hectares. In the international statistics the forest resource of Russia is treated as one unit
Research
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The condition of floodplain forests and ecological impacts of anthropogenic effects is reviewed. The most important anthropogenic impacts dealt with are as follows: decrease of floodplain forest area
Water
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Proceedings of the International Workshop in Brno, Czech Republic, 22–25 June 1998 More information Recommended citation: Emil Klimo, Herbert Hager and Jirí Kulhavý (editors). 2000. Spruce
Forest management
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More information Recommended citation: Kirsti Thornber, Dominiek Plouvier and Stephen Bass. 2000. L' accès difficile aux avantages de la certification - Discussion des incidences sur l' équité
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More information Recommended citation: Seppo Kellomäki, Timo Karjalainen, Frits Mohren and Tuija Lapveteläinen (editors). 2000. Expert Assessments on the Likely Impacts of Climate Change on Forests
Climate change
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More information Recommended citation: Jan Klabbers. 2000. La certification des forêts et l'OMC. Document de discussion no. 7 European Forest Institute. Number of pages: 31 ISBN 952-9844-75-1
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More information Recommended citation: Sébastien Drouineau, Olivier Laroussinie, Yves Birot, Daniel Terrasson, Thomas Formery and Bernard Roman-Amat. 2000. Joint Evaluation of Storms, Forest
Storms
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More information Recommended citation: Eldar Kurbanov. 2000. Carbon in Pine Forest Ecosystems of Middle Zavolgie, Russia. Internal Report 2. European Forest Institute Number of pages: 69 (Note that
Climate change
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More information Recommended citation: Benedetta Bortoluzzi. 2000. Review of recent forest research projects on climate change and CO2 concentration in Europe. Internal Report 1. European Forest
Climate change
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Proceedings of the International symposium in Freiburg, Germany, 16 - 17 February, 2000 More information Recommended citation: Norbert Weber (editor). 2000. NEWFOR – New Forests for Europe
Forest management
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Policies for Sustainable Forestry in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine provides a thorough analysis of the key factors in the transition process affecting the forest sector in the eponymous countries
Policy
Sustainability
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More information Recommended citation: Philip Wardle and Bruce Michie. 1999. ACP Forest Products Trade and the European Union /Les échanges ACP de produits forestiers et l'Union européenne. Discussion
Forest products
Trade
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More information Recommended citation: Jan Klabbers. 1999. Forest Certification and the WTO. Discussion Paper 7. European Forest Institute. Number of pages: 29 ISBN 952-9844-71-9