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Bioenergy from Dendromass for the Sustainable Development of Rural Areas

Based on the 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 are available here for the first time in English and have been collated in central Europe, but are equally applicable to other temperate regions. They highlight best practices for enhancing dendromass potential and productivity, while discussing the implications on rural economies and ecosystems.

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Autoreninformationen

Albrecht Bemmann heads the department of Forestry and Forest Products of Eastern Europe at Dresden Technical University in Tharandt (Germany). He obtained his academic degrees in forestry at Dresden and St. Petersburg (Russia).

David Butler-Manning studied forestry at Dublin (Ireland) and Freiburg (Germany). He is currently the project coordinator for AgroForNet, a federal research initiative for the sustainable use of dendromass to generate bioenergy.

Christian Ammer is the head of the section Silviculture and Forest Ecology of the Temperate Zones at Göttingen University (Germany). His main interests are in the fields of regeneration ecology, the relationship between competition and growth in mixed stands, and the effects of resource availability and ontogeny on biomass partitioning of trees.

Michael Bredemeier studied forestry at the universities of Munich, Göttingen (Germany), and Corvallis (USA). In his current position he is professor, research scientist and coordinator at the Forest Ecosystems Research Centre of Göttingen University.

Norbert Lamersdorf is the deputy head of the department of Soil Science of Temperate and Boreal Ecosystems at Göttingen University (Germany). During the past 25 years, he has taken part in a wide range of international research projects on forest ecosystems, including EU-NITREX, EXMAN, BACPOLES, NOVALIS and RATING-SRC.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

INTRODUCTION
Bioenergy from Dendromass for the Sustainable Development of Rural Areas - Research Findings from the AGROFORNET and BEST Projects of the German "Sustainable Land Management" Funding Programme
Linking the Producers and Consumers of Woodfuel to Contribute to the Sustainable Development of Rural Areas: An Introduction to AGROFORNET
Strengthening Bioenergy Regions: An Introduction to BEST

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS, LANDSCAPE FUNCTIONS AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
The Bio-Energy Allocation and Scenario Tool (BEAST) to Assess Options for the Siting of Short Rotation Coppice in Agricultural Landscapes - Tool Development and Case Study Results from the Göttingen District
The Influence of More Widespread Cultivation of Short Rotation Coppice on the Water Balance - From the Site to Regional Scale
Short Rotation Coppice as Habitat for Vascular Plants
Synergies and Conflicts Between More Widespread Cultivation of Short Rotation Coppice and Nature Conservation at the Landscape Level
Nature Conservation Requirements of Short Rotation Coppice Management
The Effects of Short Rotation Coppice on the Visual Landscale

EVALUATING, MANAGING AND ENHANCING THE SUPPLY OF DENDROMASS
Site Conditions, Initial Growth and Nutrient and Litter Cycling of Newly Installed Short Rotation Coppice and Agroforestry Systems
Potential Offered by a Willow-Grassland Alley Cropping System as a Biogenic Source of Energy
The Effects of Irrigation on the Growth of Poplars and Willows Grown in Short Rotation
A Spatially Explicit Approach to the Identification of Sites Suitable for Woody Biomass Systems Based on Site Factors and Field Geometry - A Case Study for the Göttingen District
Site-Based Yield Estimation and Biomass Calculation in Short Rotation Coppice Plantations
Photosynthetic Nitrogen Use Efficiency of Two Poplar Varieties  Commonly Grown in Short Rotation Coppice Plantations and Implications for Fertiliser Management
Biotic Risk Factors in Short Rotation Coppice in Germany: Current Situation, New Findings and Future Perspectives
An Expert System to Forecast Population Developments of Insects Harmful to Short Rotation Coppice Plantations
Supporting the Use of Woody Energy Crops Through Efficient Stand Assessment Via Terrestrial Laser Scanning
Measuring Dendromass Quantities in the Open Landscape at Test Locations in Eastern German Using Publicly Available Geographic Data
An Analysis of the Potential to Cultivate Short Rotation Coppice on Deutsche Bahn AG Property in Central Germany Using a GIS-Based Approach
Compensation of Nutrient Losses Resulting from the Intensified Use of Woody Biomass Using Bark-Ash Pellets

SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF DENDROMASS FOR BIOENERGY
Supply Chain-Based Business Models for Woodfuel
Socio-Economic Sustainability Criteria for Bioenergy Villages Incorporating Short Rotation Coppice in Their Energy Supply
The Economic Assessment of Short Rotation Coppice Plantations and Their Profitability Relative to Annual Crops in Sachsen, Germany
Decision Criteria and Implementation Strategies for Short Rotation Coppice in Germany from the Perspective of Stakeholders
The Energy and Agricultural Policy Framework for Short Rotation Coppice in the EU and its Implementation in the Member States
The Legal Framework for Short Rotation Coppice in Germany in the Context of the "Greening" of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy
Opportunities Provided by Formal and Informal Planning to Promote the Cultivation of Dendromass for Energy and the Establishment of Wood-Based Supply Chains in Germany
Sustainability Certification of Short Rotation Coppice in Germany

APPLICATIONS
Strategies for the Development of Wood-Based Service Systems and Supply Chains to Promote Rural Development
Advisory Services and Public Awareness for Woody Biomass Production: A Regional Example of How to Provide Information and Guide Realisation, and the Corresponding Demand for Information
A Decision Support System to Link Stakeholder Perception with Regional Renewable Energy Goals for Woody Biomass
Drying and Preparation of Wood Chips from Short Rotation Coppice
The Bark to Wood Ratio of the Poplar Variety Populus Maximowiczii x Populus Nigra Grown in Short Rotation Coppice and the Calorific Properties of the Resultant Woodfuel
Converting Wood from Short Rotation Coppice and Low Value Beech Wood into Thermoplastic Composites
Particleboards from Newly Exploited Wood Sources as a Starting Point for Cascade Utilisation

CONCLUSION
The Implementation of Scientific Research Findings in Policy Making - Challenges and Contradictions Highlighted by the Example of Short Rotation Coppice

Produktdetails

EAN / 13-stellige ISBN 978-3527337644
10-stellige ISBN 3527337644
Verlag Wiley VCH Verlag GmbH
Sprache Englisch
Editionsform Hardcover / Softcover / Karten
Einbandart Gebunden
Erscheinungsdatum 14. Oktober 2015
Seitenzahl 534
Illustrationsbemerkung 1 schwarz-weiße und 34 farbige Abbildungen
Format (L×B×H) 25,1cm × 17,7cm × 3,2cm
Gewicht 1349g
Warengruppe des Lieferanten Naturwissenschaften - Biologie
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