Climate change impacts on insect pests associated with Sitka spruce
This project is investigating the potential impact that a changing climate may have on the insect pests associated with the UK’s most important and widely planted conifer tree species Sitka spruce.
SilviFuture is a network established to promote and share knowledge about novel forest species across Britain.
Opportunity mapping - targeting woodland creation for water objectives
Opportunity mapping has been developed to help identify these locations and promote more integrated catchment management.
A collaborative initiative between sixteen of Scotland’s leading research and higher education institutions undertaking work on climate change and the transition to a low carbon economy
Woodland measures for meeting Water Framework Directive objectives
An evaluation of the key issues relating to woodland and the Water Framework Directive
Urban trees and greenspace in a changing climate
Research to understand the contribution that urban trees make with respect to: the resilience of current and planned urban tree stocks to climate change, their role in regulating temperatures, and water management in urban areas
Quantification and valuation of benefits provided by urban trees
Overview of Forest Research's projects for the quantification and valuation of ecosystem service provision of urban trees
Integrated forest monitoring
About the Level I, Level II, environmental change network, FutMon and Biosoil programmes
Slowing the Flow at Pickering
Project exploring a new approach to flood management by working with nature to try and store more water in the landscape and slow its passage downstream
Forestry and Water Resources
Improving ability to quantify amount of water used by trees through a range of process, field-catchment and modelling studies