My reaserch interests
The main aim of my research is to better understand the effects of environmental changes on forest ecosystems and on the ecosystem services provided by forests. I am particularly interested to study the effect of forests management changes when considering interactions and trade-offs between different biogeochemical processes.
My research is primarily based on the use of ecosystem models complemented with the analysis of measured data.
The fundamental goal of my work is to try to address the question on which forest practices can provide an optimal balance between the desired ecosystem services at present and in the future.
Retrieved from Lund University's publications database
- Improving the understanding of nitrogen processes by combining field observations and dynamic ecosystem modelling
- Mineral soil carbon fluxes in forests and implications for carbon balance assessments
- Modelling the effects of management intensification on multiple forest services: a Swedish case study
- Trade-Offs Between Forest Protection and Wood Supply in Europe