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1. Life cycle carbon emissions of different land conversion and woody biomass utilization scenarios in Indonesia.

Wood-based products can contribute to climate change mitigation by prolonging the storage of carbon in the anthroposphere. In Indonesia, however, many wood-based products originate from unsustainable sources due to widespread land-use changes over the past decades. To reconcile economic development ...

Author(s) : Aryapratama, R.; Pauliuk, S.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.805 ref.102

2. Forestry and the forest products sector: production, income and employment, and international trade.

Latin America is a crucial source of global forest values-whether the domestic and export values of commercial production or the global non-commercial values of forest services like carbon sequestration and biodiversity or the less-measured and generally more local contributions like watersheds and ...

Author(s) : Olmos, V. M.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Forest Policy and Economics 2022 Vol.135 ref.19

3. Anti-mold activity and reaction mechanism of bamboo modified with laccase-mediated thymol.

Exogenous mold infection of bamboo-based material results in the reduction of bamboo durability. Thymol, a remarkably safe and green fungicide, can be successfully applied on bamboo to resist mold attacks. The leachability of volatile thymol in bamboo led to a decrease in bamboo anti-mold activity...

Author(s) : Wang Jie; Wang Hui; Wu XinXing; Zhang Yan; Jiang Jun; Han ShuaiBo; Sun FangLi

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Industrial Crops and Products 2021 Vol.172 ref.45

4. Role of the finnish forest industry in mitigating global change: energy use and greenhouse gas emissions towards 2035.

The objective of this paper is to analyse role of forest industry in meeting energy and climate targets that aim to mitigating global change. Finland as an important forest industry country with the ambitious target of becoming carbon neutral by 2035 is selected to a target county. This study aims...

Author(s) : Lipiäinen, S.; Vakkilainen, E.

Publisher : Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 2021 Vol.26 No.2 ref.56

5. Multi-objective forestry increases the production of ecosystem services.

Boreal forests produce multiple ecosystem services for the society. Their trade-offs determine whether they should be produced simultaneously or whether it is preferable to assign separate areas to different ecosystem services. We use simulation and optimization to analyse the correlations,...

Author(s) : Díaz-Yáñez, O.; Pukkala, T.; Packalen, P.; Lexer, M. J.; Peltola, H.

Publisher : Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Forestry (Oxford) 2021 Vol.94 No.3 pp.386-394

6. Energy refurbishment of family houses in Serbia in line with the principles of circular economy.

To achieve material efficiency, the ongoing initiative to improve thermal properties of family houses in the Republic of Serbia should include harmonization with internationally established and nationally adjusted principles of circular economy. The overall aim of this study was to propose a...

Author(s) : Kosanović, S.; Miletić, M.; Marković, L.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.10 ref.42

7. Digital technology application among Malaysian value-added wood products manufacturers.

The application of digital technologies (DT) has been on the increase within the manufacturing industries since a decade ago. It has been widely suggested that the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of DT in manufacturing industries worldwide, as countries have tried to...

Author(s) : Jegatheswaran Ratnasingam; Ioras, F.; Liat LimChoon; Jegathesan Ayenkaren; Yi LeeYan; Hazirah Ab Latib

Publisher : North Carolina State University, College of Natural Resources, Raleigh, USA

Journal article : BioResources 2021 Vol.16 No.2 pp.2876-2890 ref.26

8. Risk preferences significantly affect household investment in timber forestry: empirical evidence from Fujian, China.

Implementing another round of massive collective forest tenure reform in China since in 2008 has not materialized the government's expectation on small-scale timber forestry-improved management practices and resource quality. One underlying cause to this outcome is farmer's risk-averse attitude,...

Author(s) : Duan Wei; Shen JinYu; Hogarth, N. J.; Chen Qian

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Forest Policy and Economics 2021 Vol.125

9. Adopted standards for pest management in export of wood and wood packaging material.

Wood packaging materials (WPM) provide a suitable habitat for pests which enable them to spread globally in transit. Major pests associated with WPM belong to different orders of insect viz., Coleoptera, Lepidoptera, Isoptera, Diptera, Hymenoptera and others. In order to manage the risks associated ...

Author(s) : Deepak, S.; Rashmi, M. A.

Publisher : Special Insect Interest Group, Bengaluru, India

Journal article : Insect Environment 2021 Vol.24 No.1 pp.142-148 ref.8

10. Moisture adsorption rate and durability of commercial softwood pellets in a humid environment.

Durability, a crucial parameter in determining the quality of a wood pellet, is affected by moisture adsorption from the air. The conditions in a confined space in which pellets are stored can be characterised as active or passive. In the active case, the interstitial air within the pile circulates ...

Author(s) : Lee, J. S.; Sokhansanj, S.; Lau, A. K.; Lim, J.; Bi, X. T.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Biosystems Engineering 2021 Vol.203 pp.1-8

11. Differing priorities explain why some people profit from an alien invader, while others lose out.

This paper describes the impact of the invasive tree, Prosopis juliflora, on the supply of ecosystem services. Prosopis significantly increased the supply of shade, wood production and honey production, but reduced the supply of water availability, tourism potential and biodiversity protection....

Author(s) : Linders, T. E. W.; Schaffner, U.; Alamirew, T.; Allan, E.; Choge, S. K.; Eschen, R.; Shiferaw, H.; Manning, P.

Publisher : British Ecological Society, London, UK

Miscellaneous : Differing priorities explain why some people profit from an alien invader, while others lose out 2021 pp.1 pp.

12. Sustainable forest management and forest products industry development in Ethiopia.

The objective of this study was to examine existing knowledge on forest products development and to promote sustainable forest management in Ethiopia. Furthermore, the paper aimed to assess the development and status of Ethiopia's forest products industry in terms of resource base, manufacturing...

Author(s) : Rawat, Y. S.; Tekleyohannes, A. T.

Publisher : Commonwealth Forestry Association, Craven Arms, UK

Journal article : International Forestry Review 2021 Vol.23 No.2 pp.197-218 ref.149

13. Forest management cooperatives and their development under uncertain conditions: a comprehensive analysis using an actor-centered institutionalism approach.

The change in forest ownership structures, the resulting fragmentation of forest properties and restitution processes have led to the emergence of organizations in Europe that are able to deal with these challenges. Changes in the timber selling process due to decisions of the German Federal...

Author(s) : Sonnhoff, M.; Selter, A.; Kleinschmit, D.; Schraml, U.

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Small-scale Forestry 2021 Vol.20 No.2 pp.305-323 ref.many

14. Carbonized porous wood as an effective scaffold for loading flower-like CoS, NiS nanofibers with Co, Ni nanoparticles served as electrode material for high-performance supercapacitors.

A novel hybrid composed of carbonization lignin-free wood as an effective scaffold for loading CoS, NiS nanofibers with Co, Ni flower-like structure attached Co, Ni nanoparticles is fabricated as electrode material for high-performance supercapacitor. For the resultant, the natural porous pipe...

Author(s) : Xiong ChuanYin; Yang Qi; Li BingBing; Nie Shuangxi; Qin ChengRong; Dai Lei; Khan Muhammad; Xu YongJian; Ni YongHao

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Industrial Crops and Products 2021 Vol.167

15. Conservation of forest through provision of alternative sources of income; evidence from rural households in northern Pakistan.

The collection of forest products by indigenous communities is the main cause of deforestation and a major obstacle to efficient forest management. This study develops a time allocation model for a representative household living in the peripheries of the forest. It is assumed that the household...

Author(s) : Tufail, M.; Ahmed, A.; Alvi, S.

Publisher : Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic

Journal article : Journal of Forest Science 2021 Vol.67 No.1 pp.36-50 ref.48

16. The (post)politicisation of timber trade: (un)invited participation in the EU-Vietnam Voluntary Partnership Agreement.

This article analyses the Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA) between the European Union (EU) and Vietnam as a form of postpoliticisation. In addition to their primary objective the governing of bilateral timber trade value chains, VPAs also entail an element of democratisation, as they are...

Author(s) : Verhaeghe, E.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article; Conference paper : Forest Policy and Economics 2021 Vol.129

17. Forests of cooperation and conflict: a study on joint forest management in jungle Mahals, India.

Joint Forest Management (JFM) is a programme that aims to manage the forests of India and to socio-economically develop the forest-fringe communities. A study on JFM was conducted in some forest-fringe villages of Jungle Mahals region of West Bengal. The main objective of the study was to see how...

Author(s) : Shahbaz Hussain; Kisku, A. K.

Publisher : Kamla-Raj Enterprises, New Dehli, India

Journal article : Journal of Human Ecology 2021 Vol.73 No.1/3 pp.89-101 ref.22

18. Applications of DEA and SFA in benchmarking studies in forestry: state-of-the-art and future directions.

The forestry sector is constantly looking for ways for making data-driven decisions and improving efficiency. The application of Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) and Stochastic Frontier Analysis (SFA) allow the users to go beyond looking at simple key performance indicators. Benchmarking is one of...

Author(s) : Strange, N.; Bogetoft, P.; Aalmo, G. O.; Talbot, B.; Holt, A. H.; Astrup, R.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : International Journal of Forest Engineering 2021 Vol.32 No.Suppl. 1 pp.87-96 ref.75

19. Effects of environmental and sustainable development information transparency on corporate value--taking the panel data of listed agricultural and forestry companies as an example.

Taking the 48 companies listed in the Shanghai and Shenzhen A-share agriculture and forestry related industries from 2009 to 2019 as the research objects, with the financial reports of listed companies and the data from the CSMAR database, we applied the least squares(OLS) regression method to...

Author(s) : Mingjuan Li; Xi Feng; Guoshuang Tian

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.3 pp.132-138

20. Impact of the nuclear accident on the production and distribution of special forest products, and future research tasks.

This study revealed the impact by the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident on production of non-timber forest products by using various government statistics and public documents, and considered further study. As a result, in post-accident policy, the number of food safety inspections as ...

Author(s) : Kimura, K.

Publisher : Japanese Forest Society, Tokyo, Japan

Journal article : Journal of the Japanese Forest Society 2021 Vol.103 No.1 pp.13-21 ref.many

21. The actual situation and problems of district committee members and regional organizations that work to encourage members of forest owners' cooperatives.

In this study, we conducted a questionnaire survey that targeted all forest owners' cooperatives nationwide and clarified the actual situation and problems of the district committee members (DCMs) and regional organizations (ROs). DCMs and ROs are expected to function as boundary spanners that...

Author(s) : Sasada, K.; Tsuzuki, N.

Publisher : Japanese Forest Society, Tokyo, Japan

Journal article : Journal of the Japanese Forest Society 2021 Vol.103 No.1 pp.22-32 ref.23

22. Dynamics of methane and other greenhouse gases flux in forest ecosystems in China.

The article examines an important problem of studying greenhouse gas emissions in forest ecosystems. The CH4 emission and absorption dynamics in the soil have been studied based on the physical-chemical and microbiological analysis of forest products. The changes in forest methanogenesis in...

Author(s) : Zhuang JingJing; Tian Yu

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Journal of Environmental Science and Health. Part A, Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering 2021 Vol.56 No.3 pp.241-247 ref.22

23. Exploring the structural consequences of a territorial circular bioeconomy: a case study in the forest and wood sector at the level of a community of communes.

This paper explores territorial and systemic measures adapted to a territorial circular bioeconomy by mobilizing work on industrial symbiosis at the crossroads of network analysis and industrial economics. We use the concept of the extended value creation network (EVCN) and apply it to a...

Foreign Title :Explorer les conséquences structurales d'une bioéconomie circulaire territoriale : étude de cas dans le secteur forêt-bois à l'échelle d'une communauté de communes.

Author(s) : Esparon, S.

Publisher : Société Française d'Économie Rurale (SFER), Paris, France

Journal article : Économie Rurale 2021 No.376 pp.93-114

24. Modeling bilateral forest products trade.

The focus in this chapter is on the development of mathematical programming models used to model bilateral forest products trade. Theoretical outlines are provided of a multi-region, single product trade model and of an integrated, multi-region, multi-product trade model. The objective function and ...

Author(s) : Johnston, C. M. T.; Stennes, B.; Kooten, G. C.

Book chapter : International trade in forest products: lumber trade disputes, models and examples 2021 pp.43-82 ref.26

25. Global forest products trade model.

This chapter introduces the Global Forest Products Model (GFPM). The general model structure and the mathematical formulation of the GFPM are provided and key differences and similarities to the modeling approaches developed in the previous chapters are highlighted. The usefulness of the GFPM as a...

Author(s) : Nepal, P.; Buongiorno, J.; Johnston, C. M. T.; Prestemon, J.; Guo JingGang

Book chapter : International trade in forest products: lumber trade disputes, models and examples 2021 pp.110-141 ref.many