The Statement on the Value of Alpine Forests and the Alpine Convention's Protocol on Mountain Forests in the framework of the international forestry policies beyond 2015
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The increase of atmospheric CO2 affects growth potential and intrinsic water-use efficiency of Norway spruce forests: insights from a multi-stable isotope analysis in tree rings of two Alpine chronosequences Giammarchi F; Cherubini P; Pretzsch H; Tonon G (2017)Key message: Relevant CO2increase affects iWUE and growth potential of Alpine Norway spruce forests due to triggering of photosynthetic capacity. Minor effect on iWUE of tree size/age ontogenetic factors. Abstract: An ...
Grilli G; Paletto A; De Meo I (INST FORESTRY LRCAF, 2014)Recreation in forests is an essential service provided by the environment that allows generating considerable incomes for the local population. To make appropriate management strategies, recreational values of forests have ...
Experts’ Perceptions of the Effects of Forest Biomass Harvesting on Sustainability in the Alpine Region Grilli G; Curetti G; De Meo I; Garegnani G; Geitner C; Hastik R; Miotello F; Paletto A; Poljanec A; Vettorato D (2015)In the EU political agenda, the use of forest biomass for energy has grown rapidly and significantly, in order to mitigate carbon dioxide emissions and reduce the energy dependence on fossil fuels of European member ...