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Management of Boreal Forests Theories and Applications for Ecosystem Services

By: Seppo Kellomäki(Author)
717 pages, 18 colour & 41 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
Management of Boreal Forests
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  • Management of Boreal Forests ISBN: 9783030880231 Hardback Mar 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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This comprehensive textbook explores the boreal forests of Northern Europe, Finland, Sweden and Norway. Students will gain an overview of the forest ecosystem and the services it provides for modern society. From the production of timber to the supply of food products or their use as a recreational space for human wellbeing – our forests serve many needs. Accordingly, the respective chapters cover various types of ecosystem services, e.g. supporting, provisioning, regulating and cultural services.

The book's main focus is on the management of boreal forests for the production of these ecosystem services. Addressing modern challenges, e.g. managing vulnerable boreal forests for adaptation to climate change, is an important aspect throughout the volume. Traditional forest management has to adapt and evolve in order to meet the increasing risk of abiotic and biotic damages to our forest biomass. Future forestry graduates will have to face more and more of these challenges; consequently, the book provides them with a wealth of scientific know-how and possible counter-strategies.

Forestry students in the Northern Hemisphere, be it in Europe, North America or Asia, will find Management of Boreal Forests an excellent reference guide. To make the content more accessible, it has been enriched with a clear structure, numerous illustrations and learning objectives.

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The research career of Prof. Seppo Kellomäki has spanned from the early 1970s to today. His research activities deal mainly with the structure and functioning of boreal forests and sustainable management of boreal forests for varying ecosystem goods and services. His early studies had the focus on multiple uses of forest, and the management of Scots pine forest for high-quality timber. However, his main contribution to forest science deals with climate change impacts on the dynamics of the boreal forest ecosystem in the conditions where forests and forest-based industry are important for the welfare of society.  In this context, his focus has been on experimental studies on how elevated temperature, atmospheric carbon dioxide and changes in precipitation likely affect the physiology and growth of boreal tree species. These studies have provided a solid base for modelling. This has made it possible to understand how climate change likely affects the long-term dynamics of the boreal forest ecosystem and how climate change affects future forest management. The main questions have been how management should be used and developed for avoiding detrimental effects of successional dynamics and management of boreal forest ecosystem for different ecosystem services. Many of his research papers further address the problems of how forest management and forests should be adapted to climate warming in the boreal conditions, and how management might be used to mitigate warming.

By: Seppo Kellomäki(Author)
717 pages, 18 colour & 41 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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