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Official Forestry Commission publications: Forestry standards
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Archive publication: Occasional Paper

[Archive] Research for practical arboriculture - proceedings of the Forestry Commission / Arboricultural Association seminar at Preston, February 1980

This Paper presents the report of the seminar, which represents more an interim review rather than a record of completed research. The seminar covered the following main subject area: amenity…

Themes

  • Forest management
  • Genetics
  • Tree breeding
Archive publication: Report on Forest Research

Report on Forest Research for the year ended March, 1960

The report of Forest Research for the year ending March 1959. The report includesIntroductionSummary of the year’s workPart i Reports of work carried out by Forestry Commission research staff-Forest tree…

Themes

  • Climate change
  • Forest management
  • Pests and diseases
  • Ecosystem services
  • Socio economic research
  • Land reclamation
  • Forest hydrology
  • Soil science
  • Genetics
  • Tree breeding
  • Measuring, modelling and forecasting
Publication

Forest habitat network for Edinburgh and the Lothians

Booklet describing the contribution of woodlands to promote sustainable development within the regional Structure Plan. By Duncan Ray and Darren Moseley.

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  • Ecosystem services
  • Genetics
Peer reviewed papers

Novel dendrochronological modelling demonstrates that decades of reduced stem growth predispose trees to Acute Oak Decline

• Novel dendrochronological modelling was developed to explore oak stem growth trends. • Trees with long-term AOD symptoms may have been predisposed many decades earlier. • Diseased trees struggle to take advantage of favourable growing conditions. • Historic episodes of stress may impact the future resilience of oaks to disturbance.

Themes

  • Climate change
  • Forest management
  • Pests and diseases
  • Genetics
  • Measuring, modelling and forecasting