Iñaki Urzainki, MSc, developed process-based models that allow us to study the impact of human practices in peatland ecology and hydrology.
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Doctoral defence of Päivi Pelli, MSc (Econ), 1.12.2023: Service trends challenge the forest-based sector organizations to rethink their roles in the evolving bioeconomy
MSc (Econ) Päivi Pelli's research is about changes in the operating environment of forest sector companies and organizations, more specifically that of service trends.
The UEF 10 mire is a treasure trove for researchers
In 2020, the University of Eastern Finland celebrated its 10th anniversary and marked the occasion by setting up a private conservation area in the Ylpässuo mire in Kiuruvesi, eastern Finland. Today, this conservation area is one of the seven Open Labs included in the European REWET project.
Doctoral defence of Elham Kakaei Lafdani, MSc, 22.9.2023: Biochar as a water protection tool in peatland forestry – nutrient recovery from runoff water
MSc Elham Kakaei Lafdani investigated the potential for adsorption-based nutrient recovery from clear-cut peatland runoff water using biochar.
Doctoral defence of Anu Laakkonen, MSc, 29.9.2023: On the reconfiguring value creation logic and networks of the forest sector in a changing business environment
Anu Laakkonen, MSc, investigated how the value creation logic of the forest sector is changing when entering the sustainable circular forest-based bioeconomy.