Forest restoration in Europe: Deliverable 7.1 - Demo area workplans

S.P. Filipek, B.J.W. Lerink, S.B.M. Jacobs, A. Starcevic, Giorgio Vacchiano, Roberto Tognetti, Michel Saini, Fabio Campana, Maaike de Graaf, Róbert Marušák, Lukas Bilek, Catharina Schmidt, Marcus Lindner, Åsa Granberg, Johan Svensson, Bengt-Gunnar Jonsson, Tom Locatelli, John Hair, Bruce Nicoll, Martina DodanZoran Galic, Mihai Zotta, Martin Mikoláš, Ditte Christina Olrik, Sofie Moller Rasmussen, Judit Torres, Rocío Gallego, Elena Blanco, Dario Arias, Iñigo Oleagordia, Rafael Garcia, Daniela Pinto, Christophe Orazio, Loic Cotten, Hervé Jactel, Benoit de Guerry, Vladan Ivetić, G.J. Nabuurs

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This deliverable contains the 12 demonstrator area restoration workplans. The restoration workplans describe restoration sites, restoration goals and restoration activities for each demo area. The restoration measures will be integrated into the forest and landscape as much as possible. Additionally, the connections with other WPs such as WP2 – Stakeholders engagement and WP6 – Biodiversity monitoring are made within these restoration workplans.These workplans serve as a handbook, now for the demos themselves and later on for others who also work on the forest restoration. This deliverable includes the restoration workplans for the following demonstrator areas: Po Valley (Italy), southern Netherlands, North Moravia(Czech Republic), North Rhine Westphalia (Germany), Vindelälven-Juhttátahkka BiosphereReserve (Sweden), Queen Elizabeth Forest Park (Scotland), Biosphere Reserve BačkoPodunavlje (Croatia/Serbia cross-border), Făgăraș mountains (Romania), Thy andNordsjælland (Denmark), Castilla y Leon (Spain), Nouvelle-Aquitaine (France) and coppiceforests in Serbia.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages647
Publication statusPublished - 11 Jan 2023


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