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PRAFOR is a collaborative project involving multiple European institutions and funded by a 2 year UKRI grant. The project aims to develop and demonstrate the practical value of probabilistic environmental risk analysis for landscape decisions. Specifically, it will combine novel risk assessment methods with process-based modelling of forest growth and the latest climate projections to predict drought risk. The proposed analysis and decision support tool will provide spatial and temporal patterns of drought-driven losses to ecosystem services in two major conifer species for the UK now and in future climates, with extension to different European regions for Scots pine.
FR is subcontracted to provide expertise in tree ecophysiology, data, modelling and software development, and leads/co-leads on key components of the project:
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