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
Research to ensure forest practices do not compromise soil sustainability, and to investigate effects of pollutant deposition and climate change on soil acidification and nutrient supply.
Lowland native woodlands
Research into the management of broadleaved woodland in the lowland areas of Great Britain
Understanding stakeholder visions for woodland expansion in Scotland
The development of stakeholder visions for woodland expansion in Scotland from analysing organisational documents, workshops and interviews.
Exploring land manager views of payments for ecosystem services, networks and learning
Research exploring evidence for land manager perceptions and understandings of the concept of payments for ecosystem services, the use of formal and informal networks and the ways in which land managers learn from others.
Valuation of Welsh Forest Resources
This study estimates using a natural capital accounting approach the value of five ecosystem goods and services provided by woodlands in Wales: standing timber, timber extraction, carbon sequestration, recreation and air quality improvement.
Putting UK woodland bats on the map
We are working with Bat Conservation Trust to develop and trial a national citizen science field survey scheme and species distribution modelling framework for UK woodland bats.
Green Infrastructure - European network
Green Infrastructure - European network. Social environmental and economic benefits of green infrastructure.
GREEN SURGE is an EU funded collaborative project between 24 partners in 11 European countries, targeted at meeting the demand by green space practitioners for knowledge and practical tools to improve the planning and governance of urban green spaces.