Management of Forests


Bargaining costs in a common pool resource situation — the case of reindeer husbandry and forestry in northern Sweden
Widmark in: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2019), 49:4, pp 350-360

Benefits of collaboration between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities through community forests in British Columbia
Pinkerton in: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2019), 49:4, pp 387-394

Framing the governance lifecycle of First Nations – industry forestry collaboration in northwestern Ontario, Canada
Zurba in: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2019), 49:4, pp 350-360


Efficient application of a browsing repellent: Can associational effects within and between plants be exploited?  
Stutz et al. in: European Journal of Forest Research (2019), 138:2, pp 253-262

Post-harvesting dynamics of the deadwood profile: the case of lowland beech-oak coppice-with-standards set-aside stands in France  
Larrieu et al. in: European Journal of Forest Research (2019), 138:2, pp 239-251

Shifting from even-aged management to less intensive forestry in varying proportions of forest land in Finland: impacts on carbon storage, harvest removals, and harvesting costs 
Vauhkonen, Packalen in: European Journal of Forest Research (2019), 138:2, pp 219-238

Spatial patterns of climate-growth relationships across species distribution as a forest management tool in Moncayo Natural Park (Spain)  
del Castillo et al. in: European Journal of Forest Research (2019), 138:2, pp 299-312


Effectiveness of water-oriented thinning in two semiarid forests: The redistribution of increased net rainfall into soil water, drainage and runoff 
del Campo et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 438, pp 163-175

Effects of forest management on herbivorous insects in temperate Europe
Leidinger et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 232-245

Effects of management on ambrosia beetles and their antagonists in European beech forests
Gossner, Falck, Weisser in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 126-133

Effects of pine-oak woodland restoration on breeding bird densities in the Ozark-Ouachita Interior Highlands 
Roach, Thompson, Jones-Farrand in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 443-459

Forest structure and pattern vary by climate and landform across active-fire landscapes in the montane Sierra Nevada 
Jeronimo et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 70-86

Growth models for two commercial tree species in upland forests of the Southern Brazilian Amazon 
Andrade et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 438, pp 215-223

Growth response to cuttings in Norway spruce stands under even-aged and uneven-aged management 
Hynynen et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 314-323

Guidelines for seed collection of Araucaria angustifolia (Bertol.) Kuntze: A genetic, demographic and geographic approach
Montagna et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 438, pp 10-17

Impacts of timber harvest intensity and P fertilizer application on soil P fractions 
Rocha et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 295-303

Integrated models show a transient opportunity for sustainable management by tropical forest dwellers 
Fortini et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 438, pp 233-242

Integrative management to sustain biodiversity and ecological continuity in Central European temperate oak (Quercus robur, Q. petraea) forests: An overview  
Molder, Meyer, Nagel in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 324-339

Management of forests and forest carnivores: Relating landscape mosaics to habitat quality of Canada lynx at their range periphery  
Holbrook et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 411-425

Management strategies alter competitive interactions and structural properties of Norway spruce in mixed stands of Bialowieza Forest, Poland
Erfanifard, Sterenczak, Miscicki in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 87-98

Mounds facilitate regeneration of light-seeded and browse-sensitive tree species after moderate-severity wind disturbance 
Kern et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 139-147

Post-spruce beetle timber salvage drives short-term surface fuel increases and understory vegetation shifts 
Mattson et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 348-359

Predictors of habitat use and nesting success for two sympatric species of boreal woodpeckers in an unburned, managed forest landscape 
Craig et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 438, pp 134-141

Reduced-impact logging for climate change mitigation (RIL-C) can halve selective logging emissions from tropical forests 
Ellis et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 438, pp 255-266

Reduced-impact logging in Borneo to minimize carbon emissions and impacts on sensitive habitats while maintaining timber yields 
Griscom et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 438, pp 176-185

Reduced-impact logging practices reduce forest disturbance and carbon emissions in community managed forests on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico 
Ellis et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 396-410

Using linear mixed models to evaluate stand level growth rates for dipterocarps and Macaranga species following two selective logging methods in Sabah, Borneo
Lussetti et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 372-379

Where to monitor the soil-water potential for scheduling drip irrigation in Populus tomentosa plantations located on the North China Plain? 
Yang et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 99-112

Wildlife habitat condition in open pine woodlands: Field data to refine management targets 
McIntyre et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 437, pp 282-294

Wood quality attribute models and their utility when integrated into density management decision-support systems for boreal conifers 
Newton in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 438, pp 267-284


Effects of preparation of clear-cut forest sites on the soil mycobiota with consequences for Scots pine growth and health 
Kwasna et al. in: Forest Pathology (2019), 49:2, Article 12494


Analyzing multi-temporal satellite imagery and stakeholders’ perceptions to have an insight into how forest co-management is changing the protected area landscapes in Bangladesh
Islam et al. in: Forest Policy and Economics (2019), 101, pp 70-80

Does rural labor outward migration reduce household forest investment? The experience of Jiangxi, China
Xie et al. in: Forest Policy and Economics (2019), 101, pp 62-69

Exclosures in people’s minds: perceptions and attitudes in the Tigray region, Ethiopia
Gebregziabher, Soltani in: Forest Policy and Economics (2019), 101, pp 1-14


A Technique for Implementing Group Selection Treatments with Multiple Objectives Using an Airborne Lidar-Derived Stem Map in a Heuristic Environment
Wing, Boston, Ritchie in: Forest Science (2019), 65:2, pp 211-222

Cost Plus Net Value Change (C+NVC) Revisited: A Sequential Formulation of the Wildfire Economics Model 
Rossi, Kuusela in: Forest Science (2019), 65:2, pp 125-136

Integrating Strategic and Tactical Forest-Management Models within a Multicriteria Context
Belavenutti, Romero, Diaz-Balteiro in: Forest Science (2019), 65:2, pp 178-188

Reconciling the Tradeoff between Economic and Ecological Objectives in Habitat-Tree Selection: A Comparison between Students, Foresters, and Forestry Trainers
Cosyns et al. in: Forest Science (2019), 65:2, pp 223-234


A new approach to the development of management instructions for tree plantations
Jin, Pukkala, Li in: Forestry (2019), 92:2, pp 196-205

Attitudes towards biodiversity conservation and carbon substitution in forestry: a study of stakeholders in Sweden
Eriksson, Klapwijk in: Forestry (2019), 92:2, pp 219-229


A Conceptual Model for Forest Naturalness Assessment and Application in Quebec’s Boreal Forest  
Cote et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 325

Figure 1
Naturalness and hemeroby along the alteration gradient (adapted from Winter et al.).

Analysis of Climate Change Impacts on Tree Species of the Eastern US: Results of DISTRIB-II Modeling  
Iverson et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 302

Figure 1
Distribution of annual temperature and precipitation changes from a baseline period (1981–2010) as modeled by the NASA Earth Exchange U.S. Downscaled Climate Projections (NEX-US-DCP30) data for 2070–2099, for 41,683 10-km cells across the eastern US. Black dots are the mean change in precipitation and temperature for each General Circulation Models (GCM)- Representative Concentration Pathways (RCP) scenario.

Are Wildfires a Threat to Fungi in European Pinus Forests? A Case Study of Boreal and Mediterranean Forests  
Franco-Manchon et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 309

Figure 1
Number of genera per studied area in different years of the experiment. In red are P. pinaster plots, in green are P. nigra plots, and in yellow are P. sylvestris plots. NB: non-burned; B1: one year after fire; B5: five years after fire.

Can Field Crews Telecommute? Varied Data Quality from Citizen Science Tree Inventories Conducted Using Street-Level Imagery  
Berland, Roman, Vogt in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 349

Figure 1
Krippendorff’s alpha scores summarizing interrater agreement among all analysts for all variables, with 95% confidence intervals. Different letters indicate significantly different analyst agreement.

Changes in the Soil Bacterial Community in a Chronosequence of Temperate Walnut-Based Intercropping Systems 
Gao et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 299

Figure 1
Principal coordinate analysis (PCoA) plot showing patterns of β-diversity in bacterial communities (OTU, operational taxonomic units level) of different agroforestry ages. C = crop monoculture; AF5 = 5-year-old walnut-based agroforestry; AF9 = 9-year-old walnut-based agroforestry; AF14 = 14-year-old walnut-based agroforestry.

Designing Operationally Relevant Daily Large Fire Containment Strategies Using Risk Assessment Results  
Wei et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 311

Figure 1
Model workflow. Grey boxes indicate primary model outputs, green boxes indicate probabilistic information, and green arrows indicate manager risk preferences, white boxes indicate other input data or intermediate model outputs during the analysis.

Differences in the Spatial Structure of Two Pinus cembra L. Populations in the Carpathian Mountains  
Beloiu, Beierkuhnlein in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 326

Figure 1
Study sites in the Southern Carpathians, Romania.

Effects of Lime Application and Understory Removal on Soil Microbial Communities in Subtropical Eucalyptus L’Her. Plantations  
Wan et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 338

Figure 1
Soil pH under different treatments during the experimental period. CK, control without lime application and with intact understory; UR, understory removal; LA, lime application; LUR, lime application with understory removal. Values are means ± SE, n = 3.

Effects of Planting Density on Soil Bulk Density, pH and Nutrients of Unthinned Chinese Fir Mature Stands in South Subtropical Region of China  
Duan et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 351

Figure 1
The geographical map of the study site.

Factors Affecting the Distribution of Pine Pitch Canker in Northern Spain  
Blank et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 305

Figure 1
Pine pitch canker (PPC) symptoms of
(a) cankers, (b) defoliation, and (c) dieback.

GIS-Based Multi-Criteria Assessment and Seasonal Impact on Plantation Forest Landscape Visual Sensitivity  
Yang et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 297

Figure 2
Criteria tree for determining the visual sensitivity of the plantation forest landscape.

Importance of the Local Environment on Nutrient Cycling and Litter Decomposition in a Tall Eucalypt Forest  
Buettel et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 340

Figure 1
Relationship between total basal area of A. dealbata and the amount of nitrogen at each soil site in two different forms: (a) Relationship between total soil carbon (%) and available mineral nitrogen (N). Concentrations are determined from soil collected from each of the nine sites in a eucalypt forest. (b) Total soil organic matter quantity in terms of total soil nitrogen (%) and the total basal area at each soil site and (c) Available mineral N present at each site and the relationship to total basal area of A. dealbata.

National Forest Parks in China: Origin, Evolution, and Sustainable Development  
Chen et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 323

Figure 3
The development stages of the NFPs in China. (Information obtained from National Forestry and Grassland Administration (NFGA):, drawing designed and drawn by the first author,).

Recent Deforestation Pattern Changes (2000-2017) in the Central Carpathians: A Gray-Level Co-Occurrence Matrix and Fractal Analysis Approach  
Ciobotaru et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 308

Figure 3
(a) Random ground reference test points used for the accuracy assessment of Central Carpathians marked with yellow points; the two plots marked in light green square from the top (b) to the bottom (c) are representative plots with clear deforested areas; (b) Clear cuttings in Vatava TAU in Călimani Mountains; (c) Clear cuttings from 2017 in the Joseni TAU in Gurghiu Mountains.

Root Biomechanical Traits in a Montane Mediterranean Forest Watershed: Variations with Species Diversity and Soil Depth 
Moresi et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 341

Graphical abstract

Soil Organic Carbon Content and Microbial Functional Diversity Were Lower in Monospecific Chinese Hickory Stands than in Natural Chinese Hickory-Broad-Leaved Mixed Forests 
Wu et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:4, Article 357

Figure 1
Study area with the experimental plot layout. NMF: Chinese hickory–broad-leaved mixed forest; CH5, CH10, CH15, CH20: monospecific Chinese hickory stands with 5, 10, 15, and 20 years of intensive management, respectively.


Environmental effects of short-rotation woody crops for bioenergy: What is and isn’t known
Griffiths et al. in: Global Change Biology Bioenergy (2019), 11:4, pp 554-572


‘Crisis restoration’ in post-frontier tropical environments: Replanting cloud forests in the Ecuadorian Andes 
Wilson, Coomes in: Journal of Rural Studies (2019), 67, pp 152-165


Land planning planning and risk assessment for livestock production based on an outranking approach and GIS  
Gallego et al. in: Land Use Policy (2019), 83, pp 606-621

Land use planning based on the connectivity of tree species does not ensure the conservation of forest biodiversity  
Mikolas et al. in: Land Use Policy (2019), 83, pp 63-65

The evolution of soil conservation policies targeting land abandonment and soil erosion in Spain: A review  
van Leeuwen et al. in: Land Use Policy (2019), 83, pp 174-186

Towards collaborative forest planning in Canadian and Swedish hinterlands: Different institutional trajectories?  
Chiasson et al. in: Land Use Policy (2019), 83, pp 334-345


The population density of an urban raptor is inextricably tied to human cultural practices  
Kumar et al. in: Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences (2019), 286:1900, Article 82932


A framework for assessing the quality of green infrastructure in the built environment in the UK 
Jerome et al. in: Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2019), 40, pp 174-182

Sleeper cells for urban green infrastructure: Harnessing latent competence in greening Dhaka’s slums 
Birtchnell, Gill, Sultana in: Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2019), 40, pp 93-104

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