The role of forest recovery from biotic and abiotic threats for risk resilient management
- Recovery and resilience of European temperate forests to large and severe disturbances – new article published!As a result of global change, forest disturbances are becoming larger and more severe, which may cause regeneration failures and, ultimately, a loss of forest resilience, especially under a warm and dry climate. Though European temperate forests are well adapted to the historical range of disturbance variability, there are concerns that a changing climate andContinue reading “Recovery and resilience of European temperate forests to large and severe disturbances – new article published!”
- A summary of FOREXCLIM projectFOREXCLIM (Forests and extreme weather events: Solutions for risk resilient management in a changing climate) was the forerunner of FORECO project. The aim of the project was to develop risk-resilient management strategies that enable a provision of diverse ecosystem services despite the uncertainties related to climate change and timber market developments.
- First FORECO live meetingThe first live meeting of the FORECO project was held from 20th to 21th April in Slovenia, organized by the project partners from the Department of Forestry and Renewable Resources of Biotechnical Faculty.