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  Technische Universität München, Chair for Forest Yield Science (TUM), Germany


 

 


 

 

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The Technische Universität München is rated as one of the most excellent universities in Europe.

Within the Research Department Ecology and Ecosystem Management at TUM's Center of Life and Food Sciences

 

  •  The Chair for Forest Growth and Yield, takes part in the project. It quantitatively deals with forest growth and forest dynamics from single tree up to landscape level. The aim is to uncover biological principles and to convey those to decision-makers in forest management and politics.

 

 

With regard to the project activities TUM is responsible for forest development scenarios as a part of case studies located in Germany (WP 2). Furthermore, in order to cover sustainability in abroad perspective TUM will develop and apply quantitative indices for non-monetary forest-goods and services such as biodiversity, recreational value, and protectional benefits.

Thus, recommendations for appropriate policies will be formulated (WP 3).