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Short rotation coppice in the landscape

Simon Bell

Short rotation coppice in the landscape

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Published by Forestry Commission in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coppice forests -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSimon Bell & Elizabeth McIntosh.
    SeriesGuideline note / Forestry Commission -- FCGN2, Guideline note (Great Britain. Forestry Commission) -- FCGN2.
    ContributionsMcIntosh, Elizabeth., Great Britain. Forestry Commission.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16163055M
    ISBN 100855385367
    OCLC/WorldCa56653747

    Description Our understanding of the historical ecology of European forests has been transformed in the last twenty years. Bringing together key findings from across the continent, Europe's Changing Woods and Forests: From Wildwood to Managed Landscapes provides a comprehensive account of recent research and the relevance of historical studies to our current conservation and management of forests.


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The Effects of Short Rotation Coppice on the Visual Landscape. September ; DOI: /ch9. In book: Bioenergy from Dendromass for the Sustainable Development of Rural Areas (pp.

A flat, green landscape of large scale and few features. Large areas of short rotation coppice in the middle or background of this scene would fit into it quite easily. Figure 3 This example of short rotation coppice in a strongly enclosed landscape fits in well.

The retained field in the foreground maintains a degree of openness and the matureFile Size: 6MB. This note outlines the main landscape considerations that Short rotation coppice in the landscape book to be taken into account when planning the establishment of a short rotation coppice in the UK, and provides advice to growers on the ways in which an area of coppice can be designed to blend in with the rest of the by: 3.

Short rotation coppice in the landscape book When felled, SRF trees are replaced by new planting or, more usually, allowed to regenerate from the stumps as coppice. The wood chip produced by SRF is preferred in the power industry as it does not contain bark and wood and is therefore more homogenous than wood chip provided by short rotation coppice.

The profit after transport is estimated. Agrarian landscapes are changing due to the increasing cultivation of bioenergy crops and may change even more rapidly in the future if crops like maize are replaced by even taller short rotation coppice (SRC) plantations of willow and poplar.

The aim of this study was to assess the visual impacts of the cultivation of SRC in different by: 1. spp.) grown Short rotation coppice in the landscape book short rotation coppice on arable sites and adjacent natural stands.

Mycorrhiza ;– [22] Barnes CJ, van der Gast CJ, Burns CA, McNamara NP, Bending GD. Coppice shoots are new growth (stems) arising from dormant or adventitious buds near the base or stump of a tree, where the previous tree was cut (Figure ).Root suckers arise from shallow or exposed root systems that have been wounded, perhaps within a short distance of a tree’s stump (Wagner et al.

).Coppicing is often assumed to be part of the reforestation process in naturally. Coppicing is a traditional method of woodland management which exploits the capacity of many species of trees to put out new shoots from their stump or roots if cut down.

In a coppiced wood, which is called a copse, young tree stems are Short rotation coppice in the landscape book cut down to near ground level, resulting in a growth emerges, and after a number of years, the coppiced tree is harvested, and the cycle.

throughout the handbook for both, short rotation woody crops and short rotation coppice. Figure 1: „Traditional coppice“ as it was a frequent management practice in the past for e.g. willows (in the front) and „modern coppice“ of a short rotation poplar plantation (in the background of the image).

(Source: Rutz D.) Perennial SRCs are. ARONSSON, P.G., BERGSTRM, L.F. and ELOWSON, S.N.E. () Long-term influence of intensively cultured short-rotation willow coppice on nitrogen concentration in ground water. Journal of Environmental Managem BELL, S. and McINTOSH, E.

() Short rotation coppice in the landscape. Forestry Commission Guideline Note 2. Short rotation coppice stands (SRC) are stands of fast growing trees that are harvested in very short rotations, which can range from as few as three to approximately nine years.

In Central Europe, mostly Salicaceae species of the genera Populus, on moist soils also Salix, and on dry sandy soils the nitrogen-collecting black locust (Robinia Author: Stefan Müller-Kroehling, Georg Hohmann, Christiane Helbig, Mirko Short rotation coppice in the landscape book, Marita Lübke-Al Hussein.

Short rotation coppice (SRC) is a form of energy crop where fast growing trees such as willow or poplar are cultivated and then Short rotation coppice in the landscape book harvested on a three-year cycle.

The freshly-harvested product can be burnt in power stations and some types of large-scale woodfuel heating plant but can also be used in smaller-scale boilers. Marron N, Beimgraben T, Bes De Berc L, Brodbeck F, Eltrop L, Focke J, Short rotation coppice in the landscape book S, Härdtlein M, Nahm M, Pelz S, Sauter UH, Van Den Kerchove L, Weinreich A () Cost reduction and efficiency improvement of Short rotation coppice.

on small field sizes and under unfavourable site conditions by focusing on high product quality and a product-oriented cooperative value chain. Havlíčková K., Weger J., Zánová I. () Short Rotation Coppice for Energy Purposes — Economy Conditions and Landscape Functions in the Czech Republic.

In: Goswami D.Y., Zhao Y. (eds) Proceedings of ISES World Congress ( by: 3. Soil CO 2 flux (g C m −2 day −1) for short rotation coppice willow (a; white circles) and grassland (b; black circles) (mean ± SE; n = 8).

Periodic sampling events (circles) and modelled CO 2 flux (black line; using soil temperature) are shown. Green line indicates Cited by: 9. Biomass should play a dominant role, of about 85%, in the structure of renewable resource utilization by Biomass is usually used in the form of firewood or wood residues from sawmills, the paper industry and woodworking industries.

Other forms, such as straw biomass residues and residues from logging are used less often. If the current trend continues, then short rotation coppice (SRC) of Cited by: 1. Added Value of this Joint Book Publication 7.

References 8. 2 Linking the Producers and Consumers ofWoodfuel to Contribute to the Sustainable Development of Rural Areas: An Introduction to AgroForNet 9 David Butler Manning and Albrecht Bemmann. Background and Motivation 9. Aims and Structure of the Project Forestry Commission Field Book 8.

Willoughby, Ian and Clay, David () Herbicides for Farm Woodlands and Short Rotation Coppice Forestry Commission Field Book Journals. Relevant journals on trees and woodlands include the following: Arboricultural Journal (Arboricultural Association quarterly journal) British Wildlife (independent bi.

Development of a sink-source interaction model for the growth of short-rotation coppice willow and in silico exploration of genotype x environment effects.

Journal of Experimental Botany. 67 (3), pp. Cited by: 3. Given the huge range in size, growth form and coppice ability in the willow genus, production systems for willow may vary from single-stemmed systems with less than trees ha-1 and a rotation period of over 20 years, to systems which contain over 4×10 4 plants plant which generate over half a million shoots ha-1 in a one-year coppice cycle.

In the remainder of this chapter, we focus on Cited by: This cross-border event is being held to assess stakeholder commitment to the principle of Short Rotation Coppice mainly as landscape interventions and mitigation of runoff pollution but also how that can contribute to the sustainable energy and climate change challenges we are facing.

For further information or to book a place, email. short rotation coppice; landscape ecology; Publications related to EuroCoppice. Feher A.: The historical development, state and conservation of steppic woods in Slovakia.

In: Steppe oak woods and pannonic sand steppes conference, OctoberKecskemet, Hungary. -- Budapest: Duna-Ipoly National Park Directorate, -- M Weih () Willow short rotation coppice grown on agricultural land – possibilities for improvement of biodiversity and landscape design. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Uppsala, Sweden.

Report to the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency (Dnr ). In Swedish. Coppice-with-standards is a two-story woodland management system where among cut trees or "coppice" some trees are left to grow as larger size timber, called "standards". This traditional system supports sustainable production of timber and nontimber forest products, while enhancing ecosystem diversity and wildlife habitat.

Willows, also called sallows and osiers, form the genus Salix, around species of deciduous trees and shrubs, found primarily on moist soils in cold and temperate regions of the Northern species are known as willow, but some narrow-leaved shrub species are called osier, and some broader-leaved species are referred to as sallow (from Old English sealh, related to the Latin Family: Salicaceae.

QTL mapping of enzymatic saccharification in short rotation coppice willow and its independence from biomass yield. BioEnergy Research.

3 (3), pp. The environmental impacts of biomass crops: use by birds of miscanthus in summer and winter in southwestern EnglandCited by: Varying reproduction strategies are an important trait that tree species need in order both to survive and to spread. Black locust is able to reproduce via seeds, stump shoots, and root suckers.

However, little research has been conducted on the reproduction and spreading of black locust in short rotation coppices. This research study focused on seed germination, stump shoot resprout, and Cited by: 3.

Managing rust in short‐rotation coppice willows and the use of host‐genotype mixtures forms the basis of Part 4. With up to 40% yield loss in rust‐affected short‐rotation coppice plantations, disease control is vital to prevent loss of dry matter yields. WEGER, J., BUBENÍK, J., HAVLÍČKOVÁ, K.

& KAŠPAROVÁ, L. (): The influence of a rotation length on production and biodiversity of poplar short rotation coppice.

– In: Poplars and willows: from research models to multipurpose trees for a biobased society. Book of Abstracts, Fifth International Poplar Symposium. Managing rust in short-rotation coppice willows and the use of host-genotype mixtures forms the basis of Part 4.

With up to 40% yield loss in rust-affected short-rotation coppice plantations, disease control is vital to prevent loss of dry matter yields. Two chapters by Alistair McCracken and colleagues describe willow mixtures and fungicides. Short Rotation Coppice (SRC) systems grown for energy allow farmers to diversify from food production, especially following reform of the Common Agricultural Policy.

The UK Biomass Strategy promotes a major expansion in the supply and use of biomass fuel within the UK to meet the Governments Renewable Energy Strategy target of 15% of energy.

Development and evaluation of ForestGrowth-SRC a process-based model for short rotation coppice yield and spatial supply reveals poplar uses water more efficiently than willow. Article first published online: 16 JUL GCB Bioenergy Volume 5, Issue 1, pagesJanuary DOI: /jx.

Downloadable (with restrictions). Public attitudes were assessed towards two dedicated biomass crops -- Miscanthus and Short Rotation Coppice (SRC), particularly regarding their visual impacts in the landscape. Results are based on responses to photographic and computer-generated images as the crops are still relatively scarce in the landscape.

Description This book brings together information about Europe's forests and how they have developed since the last Ice Age. The first part (Chapters ) gives an overview of Europe's woods and forests in space and over time; the second part (Chapters ) looks at how they have been managed; the third part (Chapters ) deals with how plants and animals have responded to alteration of the.

The following day, the Universities of Antwerp and Ghent and the Research Institute for Nature and Forest joined forces in a field trip covering the whole range of coppice forests in Belgium: coppice in a protected area, short rotation coppice research plots, industry with coppice for energy and a forest rich in history in which coppice.

A Review of the Potential Impacts of Short Rotation Forestry February Final Report P D Hardcastle – Review Team Leader Foreword This study was undertaken by a team of individual experts: Pat Hardcastle – Associate Director, LTS International, Edinburgh – Team Leader Prof.

Ian Calder – Centre for Land Use and Water Resources Research, University of Newcastle Christopher Dingwall. Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk.

5th Marcham to pm. This cross-border event is being held to assess stakeholder commitment to the principle of Short Rotation Coppice (SRC) willow planting for water quality protection and waste water management; and how this might fit with national strategies. While short rotation forestry (SRF) presents a different scale and end product than much of what we'll be exploring in Coppice Agroforestry, we absolutely believe there's strength in diversity and that these systems may be of direct application to some of your lives and livelihoods.

Check out the videos below to learn a bit more about the types. Therefore, the abbreviation SRC is used throughout the handbook for both, short rotation woody crops and short rotation coppice. Figure 1: „Traditional coppice“ as it was a frequent management practice in the past for e.g.

willows (in the front) and „modern coppice“ of a short rotation poplar plantation (in the background of the image). Site Conditions, Initial Growth and Nutrient and Litter Cycling of Newly Installed Short Rotation Coppice and Agroforestry Systems \/ Linda Hartmann, Norbert Lamersdorf -- Potential Offered by a Willow-Grassland Alley Cropping System as a Biogenic Source of Energy \/ Miriam Ehret, R\u00FCdiger Gra\u00DF, Michael Wachendorf -- The Effects of.

Pdf on pdf results of two bioenergy research initiatives in Germany, this reference examines the sustainable management of wood biomass in rural areas. The large number of participating organizations and research institutes ensures a balanced and unbiased view on the potentials and risks is presented, taking into account economic, ecological, and social aspects.

Most of the results reported.Progress 10/01/98 to 09/30/99 Outputs Short rotation woody crop research focused on increasing commercial potential for landscape mulch, biomass energy feedstocks, and phytoremediation.

Compost, sewage effluent, and sewage sludge are effective amendments on flatwoods, sandhills, and pastures planted with E. amplifolia and E. grandis.coppice的意思、解釋及翻譯:1. an area of closely planted trees in which the trees are cut back regularly to provide wood: 2 。了解更多。.