The social dimensions of oak processionary moth (OPM) management
Management of oak processionary moth (OPM) is becoming an increasing challenge to land managers of trees and woodlands in urban and rural areas as the pest continues to spread outwards…
Final report on assessment of the risk of chemical runoff following use of Gazelle SG as a pre-treatment and top-up spray in forestry
Standard, good forestry practice measures were proven to be effective in preventing containination of stream waters in a detailed study of acetamiprid runoff following the use of Gazelle SG as…
Understanding land managers' behaviours for tree health policy options
Co-design of tree health policy options for resilient treescapes as part of Future Farming and Countryside Programme (FFC)
Predicting hedgehog mortality risks on British roads using habitat suitability modelling
An analysis of citizen science hedgehog roadkill data has revealed why, when and where vehicle-hedgehog collisions are most likely to occur. The approach involved a multi-scale habitat suitability model. Suburban areas with mixtures of urban and grassland were found to be roadkill hotspots.
Priorities for research on Emerging Species
An analysis of species diversity of the Public Forest Estate in Britain to help inform the future direction of research on species and provenance.
Technical Development – Land Restoration
Operational research into land restoration to forestry on derelict, brown-field and disturbed land.
Nature based vocational training leading to human wellbeing in Skåne, Sweden
The Nature Integration Programme facilitates sustainable integration of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants into society. A large number of these groups have been taken in by Sweden in recent years.
Controlling grey squirrels in forests and woodlands in the UK
This Technical Note provides updated information on methods of grey squirrel control.
Tributes to Trees
By analysing submissions to the Tributes to Trees website, Forest Research found that people express emotional and sensory experiences from their connections with trees, woodlands and forests, and these are inextricably linked to different places, people and activities
UK landscape ecology: trends and perspectives from the first 25 years of ialeUK
With 2017 marking the 25th anniversary of the founding of the UK chapter of the International Association for Landscape Ecology (ialeUK), current members of its organising committee set out to examine the content of past ialeUK conferences and, with input from past ialeUK contributors, reflect on what observed patterns might mean for shaping future landscape research.