Accompanying the project "Variants of constructing short rotation plantations (SRP) in the state-owned experimental material administration Grub, Betrieb Großkarolinenfeld" of the Bavarian State Institute for Forestry and Forestry (LWF), variants of SRP are to be analysed to eventually gain knowledge about the conditions under which SRP on organic soils make the most sense both ecoclimatologically and economically. In addition to this, the culture variants should also be reflected on in terms of nature conservation, vegetation ecology and floristic aspects depending on the location.
Short Rotation Plantations on Organic Soils – Carbon Balance and Climate Relevance
MEMBER IN THE JOINT ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIP
Prof. Dr. Carl Beierkuhnlein
- Detection and Monitoring of Damage Caused by Drought in German Forests with Sentinel-2 Satellite Data
- Structure, species composition and microclimate of the grassland in floodplains. A comparison of normal landscape and areas under contract nature conservation
- Short Rotation Plantations on Organic Soils – Carbon Balance and Climate Relevance
Prof. Dr. Matthias Drösler
- Moor ecosystems and climate change
Here the professor decisively shapes the state of knowledge on the climate relevance of organic soils: The emissions factors for swamps in Bavaria and in Germany largely derive from projects led by the professorship.