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Socio economic research
Behaviour of private land owners and managers
Research into private landowner decision-making, culture and their attitudes towards forestry.
Improved early detection of Oak Processionary Moth
Details of the improved methods for the early detection of Oak Processionary Moth
Tree health stakeholders: attitudes, activities and roles
This page summarises Forest Research’s work in a Defra-funded project to identify and analyse all stakeholders involved in monitoring and protecting the health of trees in the UK.
Social analysis of the ALB outbreak
This page summarises findings from Forest Research’s analysis of the 2012 outbreak of Asian Longhorn Beetle (ALB) in Kent, funded by Defra.
Social and economic analysis of DNB
Details of the Dothistroma Needle Blight management strategy
Marginal abatement cost curves (MACCs) for UK forestry
This page summarises the results of Forest Research’s assessment of different approaches and methodologies for estimating marginal abatement cost curves (MACCs) for the UK.
Evaluation of the Better Woodlands for Wales grant scheme
This page summarises Forest Research’s evaluation of the Better Woodlands for Wales grant scheme.
Literature review: behaviour and behavioural change
This page is summarises Forest Research’s review of the latest research and practice regarding behaviour and behavioural change.
Spatial analysis and prioritisation of the social and cultural values attached to woodlands and forests
Project to develop and then test methods for mapping and spatially analysing the range of social and cultural ecosystem services provided by different kinds of woodlands to different segments of society
The Natural Environment Framework: estimating the value of new woodland
The page summarises findings from Forest Research’s work to estimate the expected net economic benefits that Forestry Commission Wales would deliver by meeting targets for new woodland set out in the Natural Environment Framework.