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Edinburgh Panda Consortium
The Edinburgh Consortium for Giant Panda Conservation and Forest Landscape Restoration aims to deliver a 10-year Research Programme in partnership with Wolong and Sichuan colleagues.
Kew Grow Wild Programme Evaluation
The purpose of the Grow Wild evaluation is to assess the impact on the people participating in two different kinds of activities, that make up the Grow Wild project.
Active Forest Programme Evaluation
The research is an evaluation of the Active Forest Programme run by Forestry Commission England and funded by Sport England.
Comparing the Costs and Revenues of Transformation to Continuous Cover Forestry for Sitka Spruce in Great Britain
The paper's main conclusion is that transformation to CCF need not be more costly than clearfelling and replanting if natural regeneration is successful and the aim is to produce a simple canopy structure.
Realising the cultural value of a Caledonian pine forest
A series of workshops, public discussions and forest walks, facilitated by environmental artists, to explore the cultural values associated with the Black Wood of Rannoch.
Integrated optimal rotation length modelling
Optimal rotation length model, which accounts for timber production and climate change mitigation (in terms of carbon benefits) and adaptation (in terms of windthrow risks), is developed.
Community based forest enterprises in Britain: Two organising typologies
Paper on business and enterprise models in community based forest enterprises in Britain
Observatree early warning system for tree health
Details of the Observatree project to set up a new tree health early warning system in the UK.
Community Woodlands and Forestry
Researching community involvement in woodland ownership, management and forest governance
Public engagement in forestry
Supporting public engagement in forest governance and management