Policy Brief 9

Climate Change in European Forests: How to Adapt

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EFI Policy Brief 9, 2013 

Joanne Fitzgerald, Jette Bredahl Jacobsen, Kristina Blennow, Bo Jellesmark  Thorsen and Marcus Lindner

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Suggested reading:

Birot et al. (eds.) 2011. Water for Forests and People in the Mediterranean – A Challenging Balance. What Science Can Tell Us 1.

Blennow et al. 2012. Climate Change: Believing and Seeing Implies Adapting. PLoS ONE 7(11): e50182.

Cotillas et al. 2009. Growth response of mixed Mediterranean oak coppices to rainfall reduction. Could selective thinning have any influence on it? Forest Ecology and Management 258: 1677–1683.

Hanewinkel et al. 2013. Climate change may cause severe loss in the economic value of European forest land. Nature Climate Change 3: 203–207.

Kolström et al. 2011. Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in European Forests. EFI Policy Brief 6.

Kolström et al. 2011. Reviewing the science and implementation of climate change adaptation measures in European forestry. Forests 2: 961–982.

Lindner et al. 2010, Climate change impacts, adaptive capacity, and vulnerability of European forest ecosystems. For Ecol Manage 259: 698–709.

Spathelf et al. 2013. Climate change impacts in European forests: the expert views of local observers. Annals of Forest Science.

Yousefpour et al. 2013. Updating beliefs and combining evidence in adaptive forest management under climate change: A case study of Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst) in the Black Forest, Germany. Journal of Environmental Management 122 :56–64