Forest management/References

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Key publications

Arets et al., 2011
E.J.M.M. Arets, P.J. van der Meer, C.C. Verwer, G.M. Hengeveld, G.W. Tolkamp, G.J. Nabuurs, M. van Oorschot (2011). Global wood production : assessment of industrial round wood supply from forest management systems in different global regions, Alterra Wageningen UR.

All cited references

Alkemade et al., 2009
R. Alkemade, M. Van Oorschot, L. Miles, C. Nellemann, M. Bakkenes, B. Ten Brink (2009). GLOBIO3: A framework to investigate options for reducing global terrestrial biodiversity loss. Ecosystems, 12(3), pp. 374-390.
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Brown, 2000
C. Brown (2000). The global outlook for future wood supply from forest plantations, Working Paper, FAO, Rome.

Carle and Holmgren, 2008
J. Carle, P. Holmgren (2008). Wood from Planted Forests. Forest Products Journal, 58(12), pp. 6-18.

Dagnachew et al., 2018
A.G. Dagnachew, P.L. Lucas, A.F. Hof, D.P. van Vuuren (2018). Trade-offs and synergies between universal electricity access and climate change mitigation in Sub-Saharan Africa. Energy Policy, 114, pp. 355-366, doi:

Dagnachew et al., 2020
Anteneh G.Dagnachew, Andries F.Hof, Paul L.Lucas, Detlef P.van Vuuren (2020). Scenario analysis for promoting clean cooking in Sub-Saharan Africa: Costs and benefits. Energy, 192, doi:

Doelman et al., 2019
Doelman, Jonathan C, Stehfest, Elke, van Vuuren, Detlef P, Tabeau, Andrzej, Hof, Andries F, Braakhekke, Maarten C, Gernaat, David EHJ, van den Berg, Maarten, van Zeist, Willem‐Jan, Daioglou, Vassilis (2019). Afforestation for climate change mitigation: Potentials, risks and trade-offs. Global Change Biology, 26(3), pp. 1576-1591, doi:
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Doelman et al., 2020b
Jonathan C. Doelman, Elke Stehfest, Andrzej Tabeau, Hans van Meijl, Luis Lassaletta, David E.H.J. Gernaat, Kathleen Hermans, Mathijs Harmsen, Vassilis Daioglou, Hester Biemans, Sietske van der Sluis, Detlef P.van Vuuren (2020). Exploring SSP land-use dynamics using the IMAGE model: Regional and gridded scenarios of land-use change and land-based climate change mitigation. Global Environmental Change, 48, pp. 119-135, doi:

ESA, 2017
European Space Agency (2017). Climate Change Initiative (ESA-CCI) V2.0.7.European Space Agency.URL:

FAO, 2001a
FAO (2001). Plantations and wood energy; based on the work of Donald J. Mead, FAO, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome.

FAO, 2006b
FAO (2006). Global Planted forestst thematic study: results and analysis, by Del Lungo, A., Ball, J. & Carle, J., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome.

FAO, 2008
FAO (2008). Forests and energy; Key issuesS.

FAO, 2010
FAO (2010). Global Forest Resources Assessment 2010, FAO, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome(URL:

FAO, 2012b
FAO (2012). FRA 2015, Forest Futures Methodology, FAO, Rome(URL:

FAO, 2015

FAO, 2020
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (2020). Global Forest Resources Assessment 2020 (FRA 2020), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome(URL:

Hartmann et al., 2010
H. Hartmann, G. Daoust, B. Bigué, C. Messier (2010). Negative or positive effects of plantation and intensive forestry on biodiversity: a matter of scale. Forestry Chronicle, 86(3), pp. 354-364, doi:

IEA, 2012
IEA (2012). Global Wood Pellet Industry Market and Trade Study, International Energy Agency (IEA)IEA Task 40, Paris(URL:

Kallio et al., 2004
A.M.I. Kallio, A. Moiseyev, B. Solberg (2004). The Global Forest Sector Model EFI-GTM - the model structure, EFI.

PBL, 2010
PBL (2010). Rethinking global biodiversity strategies, PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, The Hague. Link to PBL-website:

Putz et al., 2012
F. E. Putz, P. A. Zuidema, T. Synnott, M. Peña-Claros, M. A. Pinard, D. Sheil, J. K. Vanclay, P. Sist, S. Gourlet-Fleury, B. Griscom, J. Palmer, R. Zagt (2012). Sustaining conservation values in selectively logged tropical forests: the attained and the attainable. Conservation Letters, 5(4), pp. 296-303.

UNEP-INTERPOL (2012). Green Carbon, Black Trade: Illegal Logging, Tax Fraud and Laundering in the Worlds Tropical Forests. A Rapid Response Assessment. Nellemann, C. INTERPOL Environmental Crime Programme (eds), United Nations Environment Programme, GRID, Arendal, Norway.