A new spatial modelling study across over 81,000 landscapes in Europe shows that large-scale deployment of perennial biomass plantations can effectively reduce nitrogen emissions to water and soil loss by wind erosion.
MSc Dongxia Wu’s dissertation designed and implemented experiments to provide solutions for the appropriate precondition of economically important species in forestry and horticulture.
In peatlands, the choice of the silvicultural system between rotation forestry and continuous cover forestry may have a decisive role for carbon dynamics since it directly interacts with the soil water table.
For the past 150 years, the European crayfish has been devastated by the crayfish plague. As an attempt to economically compensate for this decline, North American signal crayfish have been deliberately released into European rivers and streams.