Dr. Mariana Hassegawa is a Researcher in the Bioeconomy Programme.
She has worked on several research projects that linked wood properties to variations in climate conditions and forest site characteristics. Her projects aimed to add value to the forest resource and help improve the resilience of the forest industry. She is currently working in the BioMonitor project, assessing data availability and modelling approaches for monitoring the forest-based bioeconomy, as well as in the GenTree and RUFORCLIM projects.
Key topics: bio-based products; forest resources; wood quality; product value recovery; silviculture