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An Assessment of the Potential of the UK's Trees and Woodlands to Mitigate and Adapt to Climate Change - A Role for UK Forests - The Synthesis Report
Best Practice Guidance for Land Regeneration - Note 10: Tree Seeding
Best Practice Guidance for Land Regeneration - Note 11: Weed Control
Best Practice Guidance for Land Regeneration - Note 12: Protection of Trees from Mammal Damage
Best Practice Guidance for Land Regeneration - Note 13: Complete Cultivation
Best Practice Guidance for Land Regeneration - Note 14: Working with the Historic Environment
Best Practice Guidance for Land Regeneration - Note 1: Soil Sampling Derelict, Underused and Neglected Land Prior to Greenspace Establishment
Best Practice Guidance for Land Regeneration - Note 2: Laboratory Analysis of Soils and Spoils
Best Practice Guidance for Land Regeneration - Note 3: Do you Need to Cultivate Before Woodland Establishment?
Best Practice Guidance for Land Regeneration - Note 4: Loose Tipping
Best Practice Guidance for Land Regeneration - Note 6: Application of Sewage Sludges and Composts
Best Practice Guidance for Land Regeneration - Note 7: Fertiliser Application in Land Regeneration
Best Practice Guidance for Land Regeneration - Note 8: Native and Non-Native Trees - Why and How to Choose
Biological Cruise Missile - Beetle Versus Beetle in Forest Protection
Biotype 22: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Woodland Ecology Branch - Research Update - Dormice in Planted Ancient Woodlands
Biotype 23: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Woodland Ecology Branch - Research Update - Habitats and Rare, Priority and Protected Species (HaRPPS)
Biotype 24: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Woodland Ecology Branch - Research Update - The Search for Small Cow-Wheat
Biotype 25: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Woodland Ecology Branch - Research Update - Stock Grazing in Woodland - Part 2
Biotype 26: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Woodland Ecology Branch - Research Update - Deer Surveys in Chile
Biotype 27: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Woodland Ecology Branch - Research Update - Assessment of Coning Cycles in Conifer Species Across the UK
Carbon Additionality - A Review Discussion Paper
Climate Change, Pollutant Linkage and Brownfield Regeneration
Ecotype 28: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - Research Update - Ecology Division
Ecotype 29: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - Research Update - Wet Woodland
Ecotype 30: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - Programme Group Research Update - Conservation and Management of Species and Genetic Resources - Grey Squirrel Damage Prediction - Interim Progress
Ecotype 31: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - Programme Group Research Update - Rural and Urban Landscape Ecology Programme Group - Introduction
Ecotype 32: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - Programme Group Research Update - Biodiversity Indicators and Knowledge Management Programme Group - Introduction
Ecotype 33: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - Programme Group Research Update - Habitat Management and Ecosystem Dynamics
Ecotype 34: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - Programme Group Research Update - Conservation and Management of Species and Genetic Resources - The Use of Microsatellites to Assess the Degree of Clonal Duplication of Black
Ecotype 35: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - Programme Group Research Update - Rural and Urban Landscape Ecology - Evaluating Biodiversity in Fragmented Landscapes - Applications of Landscape Ecology Tools
Ecotype 36: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - an Introduction to the Work of Ecology Division
Ecotype 37: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - Direct Sowing - Useful or Useless for PAWS Restoration?
Ecotype 38: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - What a Difference DNA Makes?
Ecotype 39: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - Something Grumbling Beyond the Chiltern Woods?
Ecotype 40: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - Habitat Networks for Guiding Integrated Land-Use
Ecotype 41: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division - An Overview of the Work of Ecology Division
Ecotype 42: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division
Ecotype 44: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division
Ecotype 45: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division
Ecotype 46: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter of Ecology Division
Ecotype 48: The Biodiversity and Conservation Newsletter
Final Protocol - Guidance on Site Selection for Brash Removal
Forest Research - Climate Change Projects
Forest Research - Information Note ODW 12.02: Woodfuel Production from Small Undermanaged Woodlands
Forest Research Annual Report and Accounts 2004-2005
Forest Research Annual Report and Accounts 2005-2006
Forest Research Brochure - Knowledge, Innovation, Sustainability
Forest Research Capability Statement for Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA) for the Forestry Sector
Forest Research Eye 10: Newsletter
Forest Research Eye 11: Newsletter
Forest Research Eye 12: Newsletter
Forest Research Eye 1: Newsletter
Forest Research Eye 2: Newsletter
Forest Research Eye 3: Newsletter
Forest Research Eye 4: Newsletter
Forest Research Eye 5: Newsletter
Forest Research Eye 6: Newsletter
Forest Research Eye 7: Newsletter
Forest Research Eye 8: Newsletter
Forest Research Eye 9: Newsletter
Forestry Commission Research Note 201: Climate Change - Impacts and Adaptation in England's Woodlands
Growing Places - A Study of Social Change in the National Forest
Historic Environment Surveys of Woodland Using Light Detection And Ranging (LiDAR)
House of Commons 653: Forest Research Annual Report and Accounts 2006-2007
House of Commons 717: Forest Research - Annual Report and Accounts 2007-2008
Impacts of Climate Change on Forests and Forestry in Scotland - Report
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 12.01: Woodfuel Burning Systems
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 12.03: Systems for Adding Value - Firewood Processors, Peelers and Pointers
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 12.04: Small Scale Thinning Processors for Use with Agricultural Tractors
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 12.07: Skidding Winches for Farm Tractors in Broadleaved Woodlands
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 3.09: Double Drum Highlead Winch
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 7.03: Access Track Construction in Small Woodlands
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 7.04: Construction of a Stream Crossing in Small Woodlands
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 7.13: Systems for Adding Value - Husqvarna 250PS High Pruner
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 8.02: The Iron Horse
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 8.07: Compact Tractor Skidder
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 9.02: ATC Loading Arch Trailer
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 9.03: ATC Forwarder
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 9.04: ATC Timber Sulky
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 9.05: Tractor Wire Loader
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 9.06: The Alstor Mini-Forwarder
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 9.07: The Scorpion 1205 Mini Forwarder
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 9.08: The Savall Single Drum Cableway
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 9.09: Evaluation of the Japa 1400 Skidding Grapple
Information Note - Outdoor Workshop (ODW) 9.10: Log Chute Extraction of a Broadleaved Crop
Information Note Outdoor Workshops ODW 10:02: Tree Planting
Integrated Remediation, Reclamation and Greenspace Creation on Brownfield Land
Leisure Landscapes - Exploring the Role of Forestry in Tourism
Methuselah - A Monitoring and Evaluation Strategy for Greenspace
Path News 10: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 11: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 12: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 13: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 14: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 15: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 16: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 1: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 2: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 3: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 4: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 5: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 6: Ramorum Dieback/Sudden Oak Death
Path News 7: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 8: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Path News 9: Scotland and Northern Britain - England and Wales
Payments for Ecosystems Services Findings and Perceptions from the USA - Report
Pest Alert - Pine-Tree Lappet Moth
Planning for Lowland Habitat Networks in Scotland - A Landscape-Scale Approach
Terrestrial Umbrella - Eutrophication and Acidification of Terrestrial Ecosystems - Final Report of the Forest Research Sub-Contract to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
The Evidence Supporting the Use of Continuous Cover Forestry (CCF) in Adapting Scotland's Forests to the Risks of Climate Change
The Quest for Sustainable Energy - Woodfuel Meets the Challenge
Tree Pest Advisory Note - Gypsy Moth - Lymantria Dispar (Lepidoptera - Lymantridae)
Tree Pest Advisory Note - Oak Pinhole Borer - Platypus Cylindrus (Coleoptera - Curculionidae)
Tree Pest Advisory Note - Oak Pinhole Borer - Platypus Cylindrus (Coleoptera - Curculionidae)
Tree Pest Advisory Note - Oak Processionary Moth
Trees and Woodlands - Nature's Health Service

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