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Managing Boreal Forests in the Context of Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Climate Change Mitigation

By: Seppo Kellomäki(Author)
345 pages, 16 colour & 185 b/w illustrations
Managing Boreal Forests in the Context of Climate Change
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About this book

In many places in the world, forests dominate landscapes and provide various products. Future climate change could profoundly alter the productivity of forest ecosystems and species composition. Until now, climate impact research has primarily focused on the likely impacts of rise in temperature, increased atmospheric CO2 concentration, and varying precipitation on unmanaged forests. The issue that now needs to be addressed is how to sustainably manage climate change for timber production and biomass. Though climate change is a global issue, impacts on forests depend on local environmental conditions and management methods, so Managing Boreal Forests in the Context of Climate Change looks at the issue under varying local contexts.

Contents

Introduction

BOREAL FORESTS IN GLOBAL AND LOCAL CONTEXT
- Global Boreal Forests
- Managed Boreal Forests in Local Context
 
CLIMATE CHANGE WITH IMPACTS ON GROWING CONDITIONS
- Global Climate Change
- Climate Change in Local Context, with Changes in Growing Conditions

IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON ECO-PHYSIOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED BOREAL TREE SPECIES
- Carbon Uptake and Climate Change
- Response of Respiration to Climate Change
- Response of Transpiration to Climate Change
- Response of Whole Tree Physiology to Climate Change
- Growth and Structure of Trees Under Climate Change
- Properties of Plant Material Under Climate change

ECO-PHYSIOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO MODELLING RESPONSES OF THE BOREAL FOREST ECOSYSTEM TO CLIMATE CHANGE
- Impact Mechanisms Linking the Dynamics of Forest Ecosystem to Climate Change
- Integrating Climate Change Impacts on Ecosystem Dynamics – Model Approach for Management Studies

RESPONSES OF BOREAL FOREST ECOSYSTEM TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND MANAGEMENT
- Impacts of Climate Change on the Productivity of Boreal Forests
- Impacts of Climate Change on the Growth and Development of Boreal Forests
- Management of Boreal Forests for Timber and Biomass under Climate Change
- Disturbances and Damage Affecting Boreal Forests Under Climate Change

MANAGEMENT OF BOREAL FORESTS UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE FOR THE ADAPTATION AND MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE
- Management of Forests for Adaptation to Climate Change
- Management of Forests for the Mitigation of Climate Change

MANAGED BOREAL FORESTS UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE – SUMMARY AND PERSPECTIVES
- Climate Change and Managed Boreal Forests

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By: Seppo Kellomäki(Author)
345 pages, 16 colour & 185 b/w illustrations
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