Waterfall in Värmland 2007. Photo: Mats Hannerz

Projects and spin-offs

The CAR-ES network is continuously applying for funding for new research projects and new network meetings and activities that connect the work of CAR-ES to work conducted in a broader geographical scale or together with other sectors. Finally, CAR-ES also initiates research activities based on own funding.

Find a list below of research projects (I), networks (II) and activities (III) with which CAR-ES is involved:

I. CAR-ES projects

Anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions from organic forest soils: improved inventories and implications for sustainable management (SNS-120), 2016-2018, SNS. Coordinator: Raija Laiho (Raija.Laiho@luke.fi)

Ecological effects of intensive biomass harvesting in the
Nordic and Baltic countries (SNS-WTH), 2013-2014, SNS. Coordinator: Nicholas Clarke (Nicholas.Clarke@nibio.no)

Forest soil carbon sinks (FSC SINKS), 2010-2014,
Nordforsk. Coordinator: Per Gundersen (pgu@ign.ku.dk), http://www.cforsoil.org/

N and P leaching from forests in the Nordic region (CNP), 2011-2013,
SNS. Coordinator: Lars Högbom (Lars.Hogbom@skogforsk.se).

II. Networks associated with CAR-ES

The Northern European Network Connecting Forests, Forestry and Water Issues. SNS-EFINORD, 2016-2017. Coordinator: Lars Högbom (Lars.Hogbom@skogforsk.se).

Effects of bioenergy production from forests and agriculture on ecosystem services in Nordic and Baltic landscapes. NKJ-SNS, 2016-2017. Coordinator: Nicholas Clarke (Nicholas.Clarke@nibio.no)

III. CAR-ES research activities

Review of Biodiversity and water regulations and guidelines
in the Nordic and Baltic countries. Contact person: Eva Ring (eva.ring@skogforsk.se)

Review of Biomass harvesting and wood ash application
guidelines (Cooperation with Brian Titus, Canadian Forest Service, Elena Vanguelova, extension of OECD funded work). Contact person: Inge Stupak (ism@ign.ku.dk)