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Living Ash Project phase II (LAP2)

LAP2 commenced in 2019 as an extention of the earlier Living Ash Project phase I. The objectives of LAP2 are to: Establish a National Archive of Tolerant Ash based on…

Status: Current

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  • Forest management
  • Pests and diseases
  • Genetics
  • Tree breeding
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The National Forest Estate Biodiversity Index

Forest Research, Forestry & Land Scotland and Forestry England have co-developed an evidence based, repeatable approach for assessing the biodiversity potential of the National Forest Estate. Several extent, condition, connectivity and diversity metrics are measured and aggregated into a Combined Biodiversity Index. An online, interactive tool allows users to explore mapped scores.

Status: Current

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  • Forest management
  • Ecosystem services
  • Measuring, modelling and forecasting
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A National Conversation: Towards a Resilience Culture

A societal-scale foundation assessment of the public's views of biosecurity and plant / tree health issues, followed by targeted research into how biosecure behaviour can be encouraged

Status: Current

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  • Pests and diseases
  • Socio economic research
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Enhancing Integrated Pest Management in Forestry

How do we manage insect pests in forestry? This PhD project aims to evaluate current science and practise and develop and test new and improved methods in order to enhance integrated pest management in the industry.

Status: Current

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  • Forest management
  • Pests and diseases
  • Socio economic research
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PRAFOR: Probabilistic drought Risk Analysis for FORested landscapes

Probabilistic drought risk analysis

Status: Current

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  • Climate change
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Centre of Excellence for Brownfield Regeneration

Forestry Commission Centre of Excellence for brownfield regeneration to woodland and open green space

Status: Current

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  • Land reclamation
  • Soil science
  • Urban trees and greenspaces
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SMARTIES

SMARTIES - Surveillance and MAnagament of multiple Risks to Treescapes: Integrating Epidemiology and Stakeholder behaviour. SMARTIES is a collaborative project led by Rothamsted Research with Forest Research, University of Salford…

Status: Current

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  • Pests and diseases
  • Socio economic research
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Public Perceptions of Urban Trees

How do contemporary Great British attitudes to urban trees vary between locality, individuals and communities with different socio-demographic backgrounds? Forest Research aims to investigate this through a rapid evidence review, a national questionnaire and a series of focus groups.

Status: Current

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  • Forest management
  • Socio economic research
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Engagement with nature before and during the Covid-19 restrictions

This research aimed to explore people’s engagement with trees and woodlands, as well as wider nature, before and during the Covid-19 restrictions of spring to autumn 2020. There was an increase in social media traffic outlining the benefits of engaging with local nature spaces and a greater awareness of how much people can value and rely on nature to support their wellbeing.

Status: Current

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  • Socio economic research
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Forland Landscape Restoration

The ForLand-Restoration project is developing a forest landscape restoration decision support platform. A collaborative research project funded by Climate-KIC to explore landscape restoration opportunities with stakeholders with the aim of reaching consensus on land use decisions.

Status: Current

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  • Climate change
  • Ecosystem services