Publications bank

Publication Bank


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
From Science to Policy Brings together cross-boundary scientific knowledge and expertise to strengthen science-policy dialogue
Knowledge to Action Brings a wide range of research, projects and initiatives on forest-related issues closer to society

You can also find in the Publication Bank:

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: Peter Glück, Mersudin Avdibegović, Azra Čabaravdić, Dragan Nonić, Nenad Petrović, Stjepan Posavec, Makedonka Stojanovska, Sanita Imočanin, Silvija Krajter
Forest owners
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More information Recommended citation: Cristina Montiel and Daniel Kraus (editors). 2010. Best Practices of Fire Use – Prescribed Burning and Suppression Fire Programmes in Selected Case-Study Regions
Forest fires
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More information Recommended citation: Joaquim Sande Silva, Francisco Rego, Paulo Fernandes and Eric Rigolot (editors). 2010. Towards Integrated Fire Management – Outcomes of the European Project Fire
Forest fires
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Ecological and economic considerations recently increased the interest in growing valuable broadleaved tree species. Although the demand for valuable timber is growing, and there is a notable interest
Forest management
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Forest growth in Europe has been increasing during the last decades. The possible causes suggested to explain this have been increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration, improved temperature
Forest management
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Over the past two decades various European forest information projects have had the vision to build a distributed Europe forest information network, in which existing data can be identified and made
Databases
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Current developments in Central Europe will have far-reaching consequences on the region’s forestry and related institutional arrangements, such as forest administration, extension services and forest
Innovation
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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
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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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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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Rural areas across Europe are facing more rapid emigration than ever before. Due to the diminishing prospects for financially feasible agriculture, and the lack of supplementing sources of income
Ecosystem services
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This report (and map) presents the results of the project "Combining geographically referenced and earth observation data and forest statistics for deriving a forest map of Europe". The practical part
Maps
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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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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