Technical Reports

Note that until 2004 (volumes 1-14) this series was called Internal Reports.

Numbers 31-86 are deliverables/results from the EU FP6 Integrated Project EFORWOOD – Tools for Sustainability Impact Assessment of the Forestry-Wood Chain. 

No 101.  Mountain Watersheds and Ecosystem Services: Balancing multiple demand of forest management in head-watersheds
Roberto Tognetti, Giuseppe Scarascia Mugnozza and Thomas Hofer (editors)

No 100.  The Forest Products Trade Flow Database – A reproducible method and tool to support the analysis of international forest products trade.
Rougieux, P., Van Brusselen, J., Lovrić, M., Kiljunen, J., Varis. S. and Zudin, S.

No 99.    Manual for the European Forest Information Scenario model (EFISCEN 4.1).
Verkerk P.J., Schelhaas M.J., Immonen V., Hengeveld G., Kiljunen J., Lindner M., Nabuurs G.J., Suominen T. and Zudin S.

No. 98. More fodder for the oven? Dealing with forest-related conflicts arising from the production and use of energy wood in Europe.
Regina Rhodius, Dörte Marie Peters, Francesca Ferranti, Leena Kärkkäinen, Mikko Kurttila, Berit H. Lindstad, Špela Pezdevšek Malovrh, Kristina Wirth, Britta Böhr, Theresa Frei, Elena Górriz-Mifsud, Janez Krč, Vasja Leban, Till Pistorius, Irina Prokofieva, Andreas Schuck, Birger Solberg and Lidija Zadnik Stirn

No. 97.  Carbon Valuation in Forestry and Prospects for European Harmonisation
Gregory Valatin

No 96.
Elements of Cost-Benefit Analysis for Forestry Investments
Harry F. Campbell

No. 95.  Energy wood: A challenge for European forests. Potentials, environmental implications, policy integration and related conflicts

Francesca Ferranti

No 94. Guide to Economic Appraisal of Forestry Investments and Programmes in Europe

Pat Snowdon and Patrice Harou

No 93. Forest Products Market Transparency: A Report of the International Workshop on Forest Products Price Information  
Ibrahim Favada and Ed Pepke (editors)

No 92. 
Background Study for an International Forest Products Price Information System

Ibrahim Favada, Richard Vlosky, Martti Aarne, Alex McCusker, Ed Pepke, Paul Rougieux, Aljoscha Requardt, Andreas Schuck and Mika Mustonen

No 91. Long-term outlook for engineered wood products in Europe
Heikki Manninen

No 90. Provision cost function of forest biodiversity protection within French Natura 2000 network
Mahdi Heshmatol Vaezin, Damien Marage, Serge Garcia, Daniel Kraus, Paul Rougieux, Andreas Schuck and Patrice Harou

No 89.  Impacts of forest bioenergy and policies on the forest sector markets in Europe - what do we know?
Birger Solberg, Lauri Hetemäki, A. Maarit I. Kallio, Alexander Moiseyev and Hanne K. Sjølie

No 88.  Mapping the distribution of forest ownership in Europe.
Pamela Pulla, Andreas Schuck, Pieter Johannes Verkerk, Bruno Lasserre, Marco Marchetti and Tim Green

No 87.  Foresight on Future Demand for Forest-based Products and Services
Päivi Pelli and Michael den Herder

No 86. EFORWOOD Tools for Sustainability Impact Assessment: List of other deliverables

No 85. Reference futures and scenarios for the European FWC source databases
Eric Arets, Taru Palosuo, Alex Moiseev, Gert-Jan Nabuurs, Dorotea Slimani, Carl Olsmat, Jobien Laurijssen, Bill Mason, Denis McGowan, Diana Vötter

No 84. Report on process identification and aggregation including data for ToSIA test chains

No 83. Industrial feedback for EFORWOOD
CEPI, Belgium and KCPK, the Netherlands

No 82. Response factors: Background, practical implications and their use in ToSIA
Shane Porter, Katie Johnson, Katie Livesey, Katri Behm, Jobien Laurijssen, Arto Usenius, Jorma Froblom, Margareta Wihersaari, Pia Nilsson, Juulia Rouhiainen, Marian Babiak, Rudolph Kropil and Elisabeth Bergnor

No 81. Report on Review of Existing Tools
Building Research Establishment (BRE), United Kingdom / Contact: Katie Livesey

No 80. Report describing the technology scenario
Kenniscentrum Papier en Karton (KCPK), the Netherlands / Contact: Katri Behm

No 79. Collection Processes, Volume Flows and Values of Sustainability Indicators of the Chain of Technical Timber Production to Support the Tool for Sustainability Impact Assessment
Bernhard Bürzle and Vinzenz Fundel

No 78. Collection and aggregation of single chain data from WP 3.1-WP 3.4 in order to derive ToSIA inputs in commonly agreed units and formats and deliver those to M1
Diana Vötter, Staffan Berg, Lars Wilhelmson, Volker Bölle and Arnaud Villette

No 77. A method of integrating SIA-results of different partial models in the context of Module 3 and first tests in the framework of the single chain
Diana Vötter

No 76. Identification of existing transport methods and alternative methods or new approaches with data about costs, labour input and energy consumption
Elisabeth Le Net, Fahrudin Bajric, Diana Vötter, Staffan Berg, Gert Anderson and Stéphanie Roux

No 75. Assessment of logistics concept to sustainability: Development of a common approach to transport issues
Jean-Matthieu Monnet and Elisabeth Le Net

No 74. Illustration of sustainability effects from allocation. Results from EFORWOOD case studies on corrugated boxes of fibres from Västerbotten, Sweden and sawn products and biofuel in South Scotland
Sven-Olof Lundqvist, Thomas Grahn, Anders Lovell, Barry Gardiner, Stefania Pizzirani and John Fonweban

No 73. Mapping of properties in forest resources and models used – Results from EFORWOOD Case Studies in Västerbotten (North Sweden), Baden-Württemberg (Germany) and South Scotland
Sven-Olof Lundqvist, Thomas Grahn, Lars Olsson, Lars Wilhelmsson, John Arlinger, Erik Valinger, Franka Brüchert, Martin Müller, Udo H. Sauter, Barry Gardiner, Stefania Pizzirani and John Fonweban

No 72. Forest Resource Databases - a concept for product-oriented mapping of properties and volumes in forest resources
Sven-Olof Lundqvist and Thomas Grahn

No 71. Key products of the forest-based industries and their demands on wood raw material properties
Sven-Olof Lundqvist and Barry Gardiner

No 70. Report describing version 1 of the regional simulators and of the European simulator
Margarida Tomé and Sónia Faias

No 69. Report describing the regional simulators and the European simulator
Margarida Tomé and Sónia Faias

No 68. Internet database on forest models
Céline Meredieu, Christophe Orazio, Marta Baptista-Coelho and Margarida Tomé

No 67. Report on specific risk analysis in regional forests of Europe under various Forest Management Alternatives
Manuela Branco, Wojciech Grodzki, Jean-Sébastien Jacquet, Hervé Jactel, Francisco Moreira, Sigrid Netherer, Mart-Jan Schelhaas and Margarida Tomé

No 66. Prevalence of biotic and abiotic hazards in European forests
Hervé Jactel and Floor Vodde

No 65. Database gathering the statistics for both biotic and abiotic hazards intensity and occurrence in reference forest types hazards
Hervé Jactel

No 64. Forest stands management and vulnerability to biotic and abiotic hazards
Jactel, H., Branco, M., Gonzalez-Olabarria, J.R., Grodzki, W., Långström, B., Moreira, F., Netherer, S., Nicoll, B., Orazio, C., Piou, D., Santos, H., Schelhaas, M.J., Tojic, K. and Vodde, F.

No 63. Research protocol to derive recreational scores for European forest management alternatives
David Edwards, Mariella Marzano, Marion Jay, Frank Jensen, Beatriz Lucas, Bill Mason, Claire Montagne, Andy Peace and Gerhard Weiss

No 62. Assessment of the recreational value of European forest management alternatives
David Edwards, Marion Jay, Frank Jensen, Beatriz Lucas, Mariella Marzano, Claire Montagne, Andy Peace and Gerhard Weiss

No 61. Public preferences for silvicultural attributes of European forests
David Edwards, Marion Jay, Frank Jensen, Beatriz Lucas, Mariella Marzano, Claire Montagne, Andy Peace and Gerhard Weiss

No 60. Approaches to modelling impacts of forest management alternatives on recreational use of forests in Europe
David Edwards, Bill Mason, Stefania Pizzirani and Mart-Jan Schelhaas

No 59. Report on existing knowledge on key social and cultural values associated with reference forest types
David Edwards, Mariella Marzano and Frank S. Jensen

No 58. Social and cultural values associated with European forests in relation to key indicators of sustainability
David Edwards

No 57. Papers on impacts of forest management on environmental services
Raulund-Rasmussen, K., De Jong, J., Humphrey, J.W., Smith M., Ravn, H.P., Katzensteiner, K., Klimo, E., Szukics, U., Delaney, C., Hansen, K., Stupak, I., Ring, E., Gundersen, P. and Loustau, D.

No 56. Synthesis report on impact of forest management on environmental services
Raulund-Rasmussen, K., Hansen, K., Katzensteiner, K., Loustau, D., de Jong, J., Gundersen, P., Humphrey, J.W., Ravn, H.P. and Klimo, E.

No 55. State of the art report on operational defined indicators to assess impacts of management on key EU forest environmental services
Karsten Raulund-Rasmussen, Klaus Katzensteiner, Emil Klimo, Denis Loustau, Per Gundersen, Jonathan Humphrey and Johnny de Jong

No 54. Data platform and data set for reference forest types
Veronique Cucchi, Karl Tojic, Philipp Duncker, Philipp Weiner and Heinrich Spiecker

No 53. Updated report on the Forest-based Case Study “Scandinavian regional case”
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden / Contact: Erik Valinger

No 52. Protocol for performing Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) and Cost-Efficiency Analysis (CEA) in EFORWOOD
Irina Prokofieva and Bo Jellesmark Thorsen

No 51. Documentation of concept, implementation and use of the Multi-Criteria Analysis Software component (ToSIA-MCA) in EFORWOOD
Bernhard Wolfslehner, Werner Rammer and Manfred J. Lexer

No 50. Monetary values of environmental and social externalities for the purpose of cost-benefit analysis in the EFORWOOD project
Irina Prokofieva, Beatriz Lucas, Bo Jellesmark Thorsen and Kirsten Carlsen

No 49. A technical report documenting the results of the MCA and CBA procedures for a regional-defined single chain in Baden-Württemberg
Irina Prokofieva, Roser Masjuan, Bernhard Wolfslehner, Manfred J. Lexer, Werner Rammer, Aske S. Bosselmann and Bo J. Thorsen

No 48. ToSIA Handbook documenting ToSIA functionality and use
Tim Green, Wendelin Werhahn-Mees and Tommi Suominen

No 47. Documentation of ToSIA developments and ToSIA version 1.0
Wendelin Werhahn-Mees, Diana Vötter, Tommi Suominen and Marcus Lindner

No 46. Description of modelling framework and First prototype TOSIA-FWC in open source technology for single chains
Marcus Lindner, Tommi Suominen and Antoni Trasobares

No 45. Report by INCO partners on selected policy changes in TWC and Europe
Alterra, the Netherlands / Contact: Eric Arets

No 44. An econometric analysis of timber supply in eight northwestern European countries
Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB) / Contact: Birger Solberg

No 43. Documentation of the Forest Sector Model
Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB) / Contact: Birger Solberg

No 42. Report on data quality
Holger Weimar, Jörg Schweinle, Wendelin Werhahn-Mees, Diana Vötter and Martina Roubalova

No 41. Database of case studies and EU-FWC and summary report of database development (update)
Institute of Forest Ecosystem Research, Czech Republic / Contact: Martin Cerny

No 40. An updated and further elaborated policy database
Thomas Vogelpohl, Ewald Rametsteiner and Filip Aggestam

No 39. Options for the policy analysis interface of ToSIA
Thomas Vogelpohl and Ewald Rametsteiner

No 38. An updated and further elaborated policy database and A tested prototype of policy analysis interface for ToSIA
Filip Aggestam and Gerhard Weiss

No 37. Draft FWC indicator set: Detailed review of existing sustainability indicator concepts and sustainability indicator sets of relevance for the FWC, review of potential indicators for selection and their assessment
Ewald Rametsteiner, Helga Pülzl and Esa Puustjärvi

No 36. Manual for data collection for Regional and European cases
Staffan Berg

No 35. First stakeholder meeting on indicators
Christian Gamborg

No 34. Review of research methodology
Warsaw Agricultural University, Poland / Contact: Piotr Paschalis-Jakubowicz

No 33. Final report on stakeholder interaction in EFORWOOD
University of Copenhagen, Denmark / Contact: Christian Gamborg

No 32. Status and account of stakeholder and user-group interaction with recommendations for further involvement
Christian Gamborg

No 31. Stakeholder interaction preliminary assessment
University of Copenhagen, Denmark / Contact: Christian Gamborg

No 30. Forest-water Interactions in Europe. Joensuu Forestry Networking Week 2010
Ulla Vänttinen, Gert-Jan Nabuurs, Leena Finér, Ari Laurén, Tarja Lehto and Tarmo Tossavainen (editors)

No 29. Review on Forest Sector Foresight Studies and Exercises
Päivi Pelli

No 28.  Exploring the Emerging Governance Principles: Tracing the Evolution of the Alpine Convention, the Carpathian Convention and the South East European Mountain Initiative
Sabaheta Ramcilovic

No 27. Impacts of Biological and Landscape Diversity Protection on the Wood Supply in Europe
P. J. Verkerk, Giuliana Zanchi and Marcus Lindner

No 26. Model documentation for the European Forest Information Scenario model (EFISCEN 3.1.3)
Mart-Jan Schelhaas, Jeannette Eggers, Marcus Lindner, Gert-Jan Nabuurs, Ari Pussinen, Risto Päivinen, Andreas Schuck, P.J. Verkerk, D.C. van der Werf and Sergey Zudin

No 25. Review of CO 2 emissions mitigation through prescribed burning
Caroline Narayan

No 24. Forest Area Change and Afforestation in Europe: Critical Analysis of Available Data and the Relevance for International Environmental Policies
Giuliana Zanchi, Daniel Thiel, Tim Green and Marcus Lindner

No 23. Assessment of Sustainability of Forest-Wood Chain
Risto Päivinen and Marcus Lindner

No 22. How to organise a scientific event?
Brita Pajari

No 21. Biodiversity Indicators on Silvopastoralism across Europe
Mercedes Rois-Díaz, Rosa Mosquera-Losada and Antonio Rigueiro-Rodríguez

No 20. European Co-operation and Networking in Forest Communication
Gerben Janse

No 19. Impacts of Reduction of Illegal Logging in European Russia on the EU and European Russia Forest Sector and Trade
Andreas Ottitsch, Alexander Moiseyev, Nikolai Burdin and Lauma Kazusa

No 18. Policy Foundations Review for Geographically Explicit Information Needs on Forests
Jo Van Brusselen and Andreas Schuck

No 17. European Forest Information and Communication System (EFICS)
Risto Päivinen and Michael Köhl

No 16. Fire Effects on Forest Resource Development in the French Mediterranean Region – Projections with a Large-Scale Forest Scenario Model
Jeannette Meyer

No 15. The Global Forest Sector Model EFI-GTM — The Model Structure
A. Maarit I. Kallio, Alexander Moiseyev and Birger Solberg

No 14. Database on Forest Disturbances in Europe (DFDE) – Technical Description
Mart-Jan Schelhaas, Andreas Schuck and Simo Varis

No 13. Compilation of a Calibrated European Forest Map Derived from NOAA-AVHRR Data
Andreas Schuck, Jo Van Brusselen, Risto Päivinen, Tuomas Häme, Pamela Kennedy and Sten Folving

No 12. External review of the Finnish forest condition monitoring programme for the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry in Finland
David Burdekin, Peter Csóka, Juha Kämäri, Pekka Kauppi, Guy Landmann, Saija Miina, Risto Päivinen, Andreas Schuck and Hubert Sterba

No 11. Forest Management Guidelines and Practices in Finland, Sweden and Norway
Tiia Yrjölä

No 10. Simulation of long-term dynamics of forest wildfires in Russia with Marcovian model
Andrei P. Kirilenko

No 9. The Impacts of Manufacturing and Utilisation of Wood Products on the European Carbon Budget
Thies Eggers

No 8. East Asian Forest Products Trade and Europe´s Trade Relationship with East Asian Countries
Bruce Michie and Emi Pesonen

No 7. Nature-based tourism in forests as a tool for rural development – Analysis of three study areas in North Karelia (Finland), Scotland and the Catalan Pyrenees
Mònica Bori-Sanz and Anssi Niskanen

No 6. Compilation of Forestry Terms and Definitions
Andreas Schuck, Risto Päivinen, Tuomo Hytönen and Brita Pajari

No 5. Manual for the European Forest Information Scenario Model (EFISCEN 2.0)
A. Pussinen, M.J. Schelhaas, E. Verkaik, E. Heikkinen, J. Liski, T. Karjalainen, R. Päivinen and G.J. Nabuurs

No 4. Assessment of methodologies for valuing biological diversity of forests
Pere Riera

No 3. A review of recent projects on forest biodiversity investigations in Europe including Russia
L.G. Khanina, M.V. Bobrovsky, T. Karjalainen and A.S. Komarov

No 2. Carbon in Pine Forest Ecosystems of Middle Zavolgie, Russia
Eldar Kurbanov

No 1. Review of recent forest research projects on climate change and CO 2 concentration in Europe
Benedetta Bortoluzzi