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    'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from 1976 onward.

    Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from 1995 onwards.

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    Persistency of the 3-nitrooxypropanol effect on methane and hydrogen emissions in postpartum Holstein-Friesian dairy cows
    Gastelen, S. van; Dijkstra, J. ; Binnendijk, G.P. ; Duval, Stéphane M. ; Heck, Jeroen M.L. ; Kindermann, Maik ; Zandstra, T. ; Bannink, A. - \ 2019
    In: Proceedings of the 7th GGAA - Greenhouse Gas and Animal Agriculture Conference. - Iguassu Falls/Brazil : Embrapa (Proceedings 135) - p. 109 - 109.
    Cherishing heritage through landscape – a future vision
    Pedroli, G.B.M. ; Fairclough, G. ; Dabaut, Niels ; Eetvelde, Veerle Van - \ 2016
    In: Landscape Values: Place and Praxis / Collins, Tim, Kindermann, Gesche, Newman, Conor, Cronin, Nessa, Galway : National University of Ireland Galway (NUI) - ISBN 9781908358431 - p. 277 - 281.
    The ‘genius loci’ concept in contemporary landscape architecture
    Bartelse, G. - \ 2016
    In: Landscape Values: Places and Praxis. - Galway : National University of Ireland Galway (NUI) - ISBN 9781908358431 - p. 26 - 30.
    philosophy - Genius Loci
    Overview of methods and tools for evaluating future woody biomass availability in European countries
    Barreiro, Susana ; Schelhaas, Mart Jan ; Kändler, Gerald ; Antón-Fernández, Clara ; Colin, Antoine ; Bontemps, Jean Daniel ; Alberdi, Iciar ; Condés, Sonia ; Dumitru, Marius ; Ferezliev, Angel ; Fischer, Christoph ; Gasparini, Patrizia ; Gschwantner, Thomas ; Kindermann, Georg ; Kjartansson, Bjarki ; Kovácsevics, Pál ; Kucera, Milos ; Lundström, Anders ; Marin, Gheorghe ; Mozgeris, Gintautas ; Nord-Larsen, Thomas ; Packalen, Tuula ; Redmond, John ; Sacchelli, Sandro ; Sims, Allan ; Snorrason, Arnór ; Stoyanov, Nickola ; Thürig, Esther ; Wikberg, Per Erik - \ 2016
    Annals of Forest Science 73 (2016)4. - ISSN 1286-4560 - p. 823 - 837.
    European countries - Forest models - Forest simulators - Projection methods - Woody biomass availability

    Key message: This analysis of the tools and methods currently in use for reporting woody biomass availability in 21 European countries has shown that most countries use, or are developing, National Forest Inventory-oriented models whereas the others use standwise forest inventory--oriented methods. Context: Knowledge of realistic and sustainable wood availability in Europe is highly relevant to define climate change mitigation strategies at national and European level, to support the development of realistic targets for increased use of renewable energy sources and of industry wood. Future scenarios at European level highlight a deficit of domestic wood supply compared to wood consumption, and some European countries state they are harvesting above the increment. Aims: Several country-level studies on wood availability have been performed for international reporting. However, it remains essential to improve the knowledge on the projection methods used across Europe to better evaluate forecasts. Methods: Analysis was based on descriptions supplied by the national correspondentsinvolved in USEWOOD COST Action (FP1001), and further enriched with additionaldata from international reports that allowedcharacterisation of the forests in these countries for the same base year. Results: Methods currently used for projecting wood availability were described for 21 European countries. Projection systems based on National Forest Inventory (NFI) data prevail over methods based on forest management plans. Only a few countries lack nationwide projection tools, still using tools developed for specific areas. Conclusions: A wide range of NFI-based systems for projecting wood availability exists, being under permanent improvement. The validation of projection forecasts and the inclusion of climate sensitive growth models into these tools are common aims for most countries. Cooperation among countries would result in higher efficiency when developing and improving projection tools and better comparability among them.

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