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The main objective of FutMon was to explore the capability of extensive and intensive monitoring across Europe to answer important questions relating to the long term sustainability of forest ecosystems.
Forest Research has a longstanding interest and involvement in environmental monitoring of forests, and as an Associated Beneficiary in the FutMon project, is leading the further development of intensive monitoring in the UK in order that it can deliver important information of national, European and international relevance.
The project had several workpackages. Those in which Forest Research participated include:
In addition, we participated in a number of sub projects which involve interlaboratory comparisons of soil, water and plant tissue analyses.
This project ran through 2009 and 2010 and the data forms part of the overall Intensive forest monitoring in support of ICP Forests programme which is ongoing.
For further information, go to www.futmon.org
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