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National forest inventory data to evaluate climate-smart forestry
ID Temperli, Cristian (Author), ID Santopuoli, Giovanni (Author), ID Bottero, Alessandra (Author), ID Barbeito, Ignacio (Author), ID Alberdi, Iciar (Author), ID Condés, Sonia (Author), ID Gschwantner, Thomas (Author), ID Bošela, Michal (Author), ID Neroj, Bozydar (Author), ID Fischer, Christoph (Author), ID Klopčič, Matija (Author), ID Lesiński, Jerzy (Author), ID Sroga, Radoslaw (Author), ID Tognetti, Roberto (Author)

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Abstract
National Forest Inventory (NFI) data are the main source of information on forest resources at country and subcountry levels. This chapter explores the strengths and limitations of NFI-derived indicators to assess forest development with respect to adaptation to and mitigation of climate change, that is, the criteria of Climate-Smart Forestry (CSF). We refect on harmonizing NFI-based indicators across Europe, use literature to scrutinize available indicators to evaluate CSF, and apply them in 1) Switzerland, where CSF is evaluated for NFI records and simulation model projections with four management scenarios; 2) 43 selected European countries, for which the indicators for Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) are used. The indicators were aggregated to composite indices for adaptation and mitigation and to an overall CSF rating. The Swiss NFI records showed increased CSF ratings in mountainous regions, where growing stocks increased. Simulations under business-as-usual management led to a positive CSF rating, whereas scenarios of increased harvesting decreased either only adaptation or both mitigation and adaptation. European-level results showed increases in CSF ratings for most countries. Negative adaptation ratings were mostly due to forest damages. We discuss the limitations of the indicator approach, consider the broader context of international greenhouse gas reporting, and conclude with policy recommendations.

Language:English
Keywords:SDG 15, climate-smart forestry, CLIMO, forestry management, national forest inventory data
Typology:1.16 - Independent Scientific Component Part or a Chapter in a Monograph
Organization:BF - Biotechnical Faculty
Year:2022
Publication status in journal:Published
Article version:Publisher's version of article
Number of pages:Str. 107-139
UDC:630*61+630*22:630*111
COBISS.SI-ID:86692611 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:26.11.2021
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Record is a part of a monograph

Title:Climate-smart forestry in mountain regions
Publisher:Springer
ISBN:978-3-030-80766-5
COBISS.SI-ID:86678787 This link opens in a new window
Collection title:Managing forest ecosystems (Online)
Collection numbering:ǂvol. ǂ40
Collection ISSN:2352-3956
Place of publishing:Cham
Editors:Roberto Tognetti, Melanie Smith, Pietro Panzacchi

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Language:Slovenian
Keywords:gorski gozdovi, sonaravno gozdarstvo, podnebno pametno gozdarstvo, podatki nacionalne gozdne inventure

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