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Publications by author Gschwantner:T.
 

Comparison of methods used in European National Forest Inventories for the estimation of volume increment: towards harmonisation

  
Annals of Forest Science, Vol. 73, No. 4. (2016), pp. 807-821, https://doi.org/10.1007/s13595-016-0554-5

Abstract

[Key message] The increment estimation methods of European NFIs were explored by means of 12 essential NFI features. The results indicate various differences among NFIs within the commonly acknowledged methodological frame. The perspectives for harmonisation at the European level are promising. [Context] The estimation of increment is implemented differently in European National Forest Inventories (NFIs) due to different historical origins of NFIs and sampling designs and field assessments accommodated to country-specific conditions. The aspired harmonisation of increment estimation requires a comparison and an analysis ...

 

National forest inventories - Pathways for common reporting

  
by Iciar Alberdi Asensio, Anna-Lena Axelsson, Anamaria Azevedo, Susana Barreiro, Annemarie Bastrup-Birk, Peter N. Beets, Jana Beranova, Roberto V. Bombin, Paul Boudewyn, Olivier Bouriaud, Mario Božić, Urs-Beat Brändli, Andrea Brandon, Anne Branthomme, Peter Brassel, Graham Bull, Rita Butterschøn, Vladimír Čaboun, Juro Čavlović, Martin Cerný, Gherardo Chirici, Emil Cienciala, Catherine Cluzeau, Antoine Colin, Sonia Condés Ruiz, Wim P. Daamen, Yeda M. de Oliveira, Lucio DiCosmo, Gerard M. Dirkse, Marius Dumitru, Bridget V. Fraser, Joberto Freitas, Jonas Fridman, Karl Gabler, Patrizia Gasparini, Mark D. Gillis, Christian Ginzler, Paulo Godinho-Ferreira, Guilherme Gomide, Takeshi Goto, Chris J. Goulding, Thomas Gschwantner, Nabila Hamza, Mark H. Hansen, Petra Hennig, Jean-Christophe Hervé, Yasumasa Hirata, Lingxia Hong, Gro Hylen, Yuji Imaizumi, Jurgis Jansons, Jin-Hyun Jeong, Vivian K. Johannsen, Albertas Kasperavičius, Edgar Kaufmann, Sung-Ho Kim, László Kolozs, Marko Kovac, Franz Kroiher, Miloš Kučera, Gintaras Kulbokas, Andrius Kuliešis, Gal Kusar, Paul M. Lane, Adrian Lanz, Nicolas Latte, Mark Lawrence, Xiangdong Lei, Ieva Licite, Loizos Loizou, Anders Lundström, Yuanchang Lu, Gheorghe Marin, Santiago S. Martínez deToda, Felipe P. Martín, Toshimasa Masuyama, Yoko Matsumoto, Patricia Mattos, Ronald E. McRoberts, Ioannis Meliadis, Roman Michalak, Javier M. Millán, Hiroki Miyazono, Martin Moravčík, Jan-Erik Nilsen, Daniel Nitu, Thomas Nord-Larsen, Christy O’Donovan, Gerardo S. Peña, Hans Petersson, Marco Piazza, Heino Polley, Katja Power, Tibor Priwitzer, John Redmond, Nicolas Robert, Jacques Rondeux, Maria A. Rosot, Glenda Russo, Mohamed Saket, Christine Sanchez, Klemens Schadauer, Friedrich Schmitz, Man-Yong Shin, Primoz Simoncic, Jens P. Skovsgaard, W. Brad Smith, Arnór Snorrason, Ulf Söderberg, O. N. Solontsov, Göran Ståhl, Peter R. Stephens, András Szepesi, Mengping Tang, Esther Thürig, Erkki Tomppo, Stein M. Tomter, Vittorio Tosi, Thekla Tsitsoni, Tarja Tuomainen, Mislav Vedriš, Veiko Adermann, Lars Vesterdal, Claude Vidal, José A. Villanueva Aranguren, Marc Wagner, Peter Weiss, Susanne Winter, Theocharis Zagkas, Stanisław Zajączkowski

Abstract

[Excerpt: Preface] Forest inventories throughout the world have evolved gradually over time. The content as well as the concepts and definitions employed are constantly adapted to the users’ needs. Advanced inventory systems have been established in many countries within Europe, as well as outside Europe, as a result of development work spanning several decades, in some cases more than 100 years. [\n] With continuously increasing international agreements and commitments, the need for information has also grown drastically, and reporting requests have become more frequent and the content of the ...

 

Establishing forest inventory reference definitions for forest and growing stock: a study towards common reporting

  
Silva Fennica, Vol. 42, No. 2. (2008), https://doi.org/10.14214/sf.255

Abstract

International agreements such as the Kyoto protocol and Convention on Biological Diversity (1992), as well as, criteria and indicator processes require reports on the status of nations’ forests. Any comparison of the current status and trends of forest resources among nations presumes that the nations’ applied definitions and concepts produce comparable estimates of the status of forests. In spite of this, the FAO has already collected global information for 60 years and made noticeable efforts in creating common definitions, but forest ...

 

Introduction

  
In National forest inventories - Pathways for common reporting (2010), pp. 1-18, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-3233-1_1

Abstract

The history of forest inventories goes back to the end of the Middle Ages when intensive use of forest resources first led to wood shortages which, in turn, forced users to begin forest planning, particularly near towns and mines (Loetsch and Haller 1973; Gabler and Schadauer 2007). The first information collected for these purposes was from assessments of forest area and crude estimates of growing stock. [\n] As a noun, the word ‘inventory’ refers to a detailed list of articles according to ...

 

Common tree definitions for national forest inventories in Europe

  
Silva Fennica, Vol. 43, No. 2. (2009), pp. 303-321, https://doi.org/10.14214/sf.463

Abstract

At the international level, various definitions have been established for the compilation and publication of forest resources assessment results over the last decade. These international definitions frequently rely on terms that are not precisely specified for inventory purposes and do not completely cover the requirements arising from the application of National Forest Inventory (NFI) data. Also, with respect to conventional topics such as forest area and growing stock estimation, several terms and expressions referring to individual trees are not, or are ...

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