Sergey Zudin

Sergey Zudin
European Forest Institute | EFI · INFORS

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The retention of trees bearing tree‐related microhabitats (TreMs) has become an important means of conserving biodiversity in production forests. However, we lack estimates of TreM formation rates and evidence on factors driving TreM formation. Based on the observation of 80,099 living trees from 19 species groups in Europe and Iran, we estimated t...
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Background European forests are considered a crucial resource for supplying biomass to a growing bio-economy in Europe. This study aimed to assess the potential availability of forest biomass from European forests and its spatial distribution. We tried to answer the questions (i) how is the potential forest biomass availability spatially distribute...
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Marteloscopes are multifunctional training tools that can create a better understanding of forest management and have been developed as didactic tools for virtual tree selections. With this paper the authors provide explanatory information on the more than 40 Marteloscopes that were established in the course of the project Integrate+. It presents t...
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Lignocellulosic biomass from forests and forest industries represents a crucial resource for the bioeconomy. Many assessments have been carried out over the last decade to quantify biomass potentials from forests and forest industries. The results from these assessments are quite diverse because of varying definitions and assumptions. Here we repor...
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http://www.efi.int/files/attachments/publications/efi_tr_99_2016_verkerk_et_al.pdf The European Forest Information SCENario Model (EFISCEN) is a large-scale forest model that projects forest resource development on regional to European scale. The model uses national forest inventory data as a main source of input to describe the current structure...
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#################################################################################### THIS DATA PACKAGE ACCOMPANIES: Verkerk PJ, Levers C, Kuemmerle T, Lindner M, Valbuena R, Verburg PH, Zudin S (2015) Mapping wood production in European forests. Forest Ecology and Management 357:228-238. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2015.08.007 Please...
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To better understand and manage the interactions of agriculture and natural resources, for example under current increasing societal demands and climate changes, agro-environmental research must bring together an ever growing amount of data and information from multiple science domains. Data that is inherently large, multi-dimensional and heterogen...
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Wood production is an important forest use, impacting a range of other ecosystem services. However, information on the spatial patterns in wood production is limited and often available only for larger administrative units. In this study, we developed high-resolution wood production maps for European forests. We collected wood production statistics...
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This data set provides global forest area, forest growing stock, and forest biomass data at 1-degree resolution for the period 1950-2010. The data set is based on a compilation of forest area and growing stock data reported in international assessments performed by FAO, MCPFE (now Forest Europe), and UNECE. Data of different assessments are to the...
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Sustainability impact assessment (SIA) studies how factors such as policy, management or technology development affect the sustainability of a sector or a chain of value adding processes and helps decision-makers to assess impacts of decision alternatives. The Tool for Sustainability Impact Assessment (ToSIA) was developed as a transparent platform...
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Deadwood is a key indicator for assessing policy and management impacts on forest biodiversity. We developed an approach to include deadwood in the large-scale European Forest Information Scenario (EFISCEN) model and analysed impacts of intensifying forest biomass removal on the amount and type of deadwood in forests of 24 European Union member sta...
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Within the EFORWOOD project, new methodological approaches to assess the sustainability impacts of forestry-wood chains (FWC) were developed by using indicators of environmental, social and economic relevance. This paper introduces and discusses the developed approach and the two main products developed in the EFORWOOD project: the Database Client...
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Deadwood is a key indicator for assessing policy and management impacts on forest biodiversity. We developed an approach to include deadwood in the large-scale European Forest Information Scenario (EFISCEN) model and analysed impacts of intensifying forest biomass removal on the amount and type of deadwood in forests of 24 European Union member sta...
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Within the forest sector, the sustainability concept has evolved from a narrow focus on sustainable wood production to a much broader evaluation of environmental, social, and economic sustainability for whole value chains. A new software tool – ToSIA – has been developed for assessing sustainability impacts of Forest-Wood-Chains (FWCs). In the appr...
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Within the EFORWOOD project new approaches to assess the sustainability impacts of forest-wood chains (FWC) using indicators of environmental, social and economic sustainability were developed.
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We used the European Forest Information Scenario Model (EFISCEN) to project the development of forest resources for 15 European countries from 2000 to 2100 under a broad range of climate scenarios, which were based on the a1fi, a2, b1 and b2 storylines of the Special Report on Emissions Scenarios of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Ea...
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Much progress has been made in understanding future trend development over the last years. Governments and international bodies are increasingly attempting to assess ex-ante the impact of their policy proposals. In the SENSOR project, environmental sustainability is assessed by answering a set of policy relevant questions likely to affect goods and...
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SENSOR is dependent on sufficient reliable and accurate data that have to be provided and shared by the partners within the project. Access to reliable and harmonised data across Europe is a fundamental precondition for realisation of the SENSOR project. The current chapter describes basics concerning geo-spatial data types and formats, system arch...
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Much progress has been made in understanding future trend development over the last years. Governments and international bodies are increasingly attempting to assess ex-ante the impact of their policy proposals. In the SENSOR project, environmental sustainability is assessed by answering a set of policy relevant questions likely to affect goods and...
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This book contains 28 chapters grouped into six sections providing information on forests interact with the other components of the physical and natural world with the human society, and how we could manage forests globally to make the most of their contribution to mitigation of climate change along with the established objective of sustainable man...
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EFISCEN is a forest resource projection model, used to gain insight into the future development of European forests. It has been used widely to study issues such as sustainable management regimes, wood production possibilities, nature oriented management, climate change impacts, natural disturbances and carbon balance issues. This report describes...
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An advanced Computer simulated tool was developed to study the long term development of forest resources under management and policy alternatives. The basic idea in creating the model was that pan European harmonized modeling would yield national advantages and fill the gap between national level models and global models. The model is timber orient...
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2006. Impact of wood demand and management regime on forest development and carbon stocks in Kostroma region. Proceedings of the international scientific conference on modern problems of sustainable forest management, inventory and monitoring of forests. St. Petersburg, 29-30 November 2006. pp 370-379. 1 Introduction Forests play a key role in the...
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ATEAM's primary objective was to assess the vulnerability of human sectors relying on ecosystem services with respect to global change. We consider vulnerability to be a function of potential impacts and adaptive capacity to global change. Multiple, internally consistent scenarios of potential impacts and vulnerabilities of the sectors agriculture,...
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The model EFIMOD 2 was developed for the description of tree (stand) growth and biological turnover of elements in boreal and temperate forest ecosystems. The model has the following features. (i) It is a spatially explicit stand-level simulator for Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.), Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst) and Pendula birch (Betula pen...
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This paper describes an individual-based and spatially explicit model for computing the long-term succession of a population or community of trees and the turnover of carbon and nitrogen in a forested ecosystem. In the model ecosystem trees are located within a simulated plot in a grid of cells that are sufficiently small to contain not more than o...
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A set of model simulations was performed to quantify the effects of environmental factors and soil properties on available nitrogen pool and dynamics in European boreal forests. The results of simulation of the effect of soil temperature and moisture show a maximum of available nitrogen in times of optimal soil temperature and moisture. The increas...
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This paper discusses a model of forest soil organic matter based on the concept of succession stages of soil organic matter decomposition marked by different groups of soil fauna inherent to forest soils in contrast to well-mixed agricultural soils with microbiology kinetics. This model allows the calculation of the dynamics of soil organic matter...
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We have considered the spatial and temporal characteristics of the temperature distribution in the active layer in Russia, where an annual cycle of long and deep seasonal freezing/thawing is a leading process. The results collected are unique in terms of period covers, the extent of territory, natural zones, type of soils, and wide spectrum of geog...

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