Inspiring advances in the science and practice of sustainable forestry
Now in our 21st year, Silviculture Research International is dedicated to advancing the science and practice of silviculture, especially its application to sustainable management and conservation in northern forest regions. Please follow the links for further information:
- Practice – about the practice and contact details – link here
- Project – archive of projects, articles, presentations and conference posters – link here
- Resources – links to forestry and forest conservation information – link here
Silviculture Research International is currently delivering projects in Ireland, the United Kingdom, the European Union and Canada.
Silviculture Research International News:
- Latest Publication – Wilson, E. R., I. Short, Á. Ní Dhubháin and P. Purser. 2018. Continuous cover forestry: the rise of transformational silviculture. Forestry Journal 288 (August 2018): 38-40
- Research Update – Research meeting and study visit, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany and Obernai, Alsace, France, 11-16 September 2018.
- Upcoming Presentation – Wilson, E. R., I. Short, Á. Ní Dhubháin and P. Purser. 2018. Which tree to cut, which tree to leave? A qualitative analysis of foresters’ decision-making processes in continuous cover forests. Qualitative Research Group Seminar, Teagasc, Ashtown Research Centre, Dublin, Ireland. 20 September 2018.
- Short Course – Tree Marker Training – Level 1 (Initiating Transformation to CCF), Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales, 25-26 September 2018.
Forestry Research and Conservation News:
- Latest news about the IUFRO World Congress, Curitiba, Brazil (29 Sep-5 Oct 2019) (from: IUFRO)
- International PhD students in forestry at Toronto to pay domestic tuition fees (from: Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto)
- Latest news about the 11th IUFRO Workshop on Uneven-aged Silviculture: Challenges for Increasing Adaptability (12-18 Nov 2018, Chile) (from: IUFRO)
- The Foresting of the West, trees are covering more of the land in rich countries (from: The Economist).