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10 articles to deepen your knowledge on the social and economic...

In preparation for our upcoming conference, “Resilient landscapes to face catastrophic forest fires: global insights towards a new paradigm”, we have selected...

Facing forest fires: 10 articles to deepen your knowledge on the...

There is no shortage of literature on forest fires. A simple search in Scopus yields well over 29,000 results – and steadily rising....

When ashes stain forest rivers: post-fire effects on soil and water...

Uncontrolled, extreme forest fires can have a devastating impact on the ecosystems where they occur: one of the most visible of these...

Spotting bugs from the sky: Can remote sensing warn us of...

Remote sensing technology allows us to obtain information from any spot on Earth without having to be physically there. Thanks...

Retro-innovation working for wildfire prevention: Shepherds’ contracts to reduce biomass and...

Innovative contracts are providing extra income and social recognition for shepherds working to reduce forest fire risk. These indicator-based contracts, as well...

Cool, wet, and few people: where Catalan forest ecosystem services abound

If we want to manage forests for maximum welfare outcomes, we need to boost the provision of bundled forest ecosystem services. But to get...

Sowers after the fire: bird-mediated restoration in Mediterranean forests

Gardeners, ecosystem engineers and landscapers: fruit-eating birds are playing a fundamental role in protecting biodiversity and recovering vegetation in habitats affected by external disturbances,...

Payments for ecosystem services: Piecing together the puzzle to stop ‘Nature’s...

The key conclusions of the recent IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services) Global Assessment provoked urgent newspaper headlines: "nature's...

What is mushroom picking worth? Data collection strategies and valuation methods...

Mushroom picking is a growing recreational activity in Europe and has a rich history as a traditional practice in many areas across...

Insights in academia: Mapping the fragmentation of the international forest regime...

When I started studying forestry, there were several things I thought I'd never do. One of them was searching for books on...