Achieving sustainable management of boreal and temperate forests Edited by Dr John Stanturf 

Table of contents 
1.Introduction: what is sustainable forestry?: Phil Burton, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada 
Part 1 Tree physiology 
2.Advances in understanding root development in forest trees: Donato Chiatante, Università degli Studi dell'Insubria, Italy 
3.Advances in understanding soil health in forests: Michael Englisch, Federal Research Centre for Forests, Austria 
4.Advances in understanding canopy development in forest trees: W. Keith Moser, US Forest Service, USA 
5.Advances in understanding the response of forest trees to abiotic stress: Andreas Bolte, Thünen Institute, Germany 
Part 2 Forest ecosystem services and climate change 
6.Advances in understanding forestry ecosystem services: role in carbon capture: Matt McGrath, Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement (LSCE), France 
7.Trade-offs between management and conservation in the provision of forest ecosystem services: the case of the forests of southern Patagonia: Guillermo Martínez Pastur, CONICET, Argentina 
8.Advances in understanding forestry ecosystem services: role in conserving biodiversity: Anne Oxbrough, Edge Hill University, UK 
9.The impact of climate change on forest systems: W. Keith Moser, US Forest Service, USA 
Part 3 Breeding and management 
10.Key challenges in forest management: Donald Grebner, Mississippi State University, USA 
11.Advances in breeding techniques for forest trees: Barbara Thomas, University of Alberta, Canada 
12.Advances in monitoring forest growth and health: Andrew Lister, US Forest Service, USA 
13.Transition from monocultures to complex forest stands: Hans Pretzsch, Technical University of Munich, Germany 
14.Innovations in planting/stand establishment: Christophe Orazio, European Forest Institute, France 
15.Advances in nutrient and water management in forestry: Dan Neary, US Forest Service, USA 
16.Advances in stand management and regeneration: Thomas Dean, Louisiana State University, USA 
17.Innovations in forest harvesting/felling techniques: Woodam Chung, Oregon State University, USA 
Part 4 Pests, diseases and other hazards 
18.Advances in understanding and managing insect pests of forest trees: Barbara Bentz, US Forest Service, USA 
19.Advances in understanding and managing fungal and other diseases of forest trees: Tod Ramsfield, Natural Resources Canada, Canada 
20.Advances in monitoring and managing natural hazards/forest disturbances: John Stanturf, Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia 
Part 5 Developing forest products and services 
21.Developing forestry products: timber: David Nicholls, US Forest Service, USA 
22.Forest products: biomass products: Viktor Bruckman, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria 
23.Developing non-timber forest products: James Chamberlain, US Forest Service, USA 
24.Emerging technologies to develop new forest products: Tatjana Stevanovic, Laval University, Canada 
25.Developing forestry recreation services: John Daigle, University of Maine, USA 
Part 6 The future 
26.The future of sustainable forestry: Jurgen Bauhus, University of Freiburg, Germany 
ISBN: 97817867622924 ¦ Pub date: September 2019 ¦ Extent: 540 pages ¦ Price £190/$245/€230 

Agroforestry for sustainable agriculture Edited by Dr Mosquera-Losada and Dr Ravi Prabhu 

Table of contents 
Part 1 Agroforestry practices 
1.Agroforestry practices: riparian forest buffers and filter strips: Richard Schultz, Iowa State University, USA 
2.Agroforestry practices: windbreaks and contour buffers: Gary Wyatt, University of Minnesota, USA 
3.Agroforestry practices: hedgerow systems: Christian Bohm, Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany 
4.Agroforestry practices: alley cropping: Diomy Zamora, University of Minnesota, USA 
5.Agroforestry practices: silvopasture: Gerardo Moreno, University of Extremadura, Spain 
6.Agroforestry practices: forest farming: Kenneth Mudge, Cornell University, USA 
7.Modelling different types of agroforestry system: Paul Burgess, Cranfield University, UK 
8.Tree planting and management in agroforestry: Lydie Dufour, INRA, France 
Part 2 Agroforestry ecosystem services 
9.Trees, science and global society: Roger Leakey, James Cook University, Australia 
10.The role of agroforestry in habitat conservation and biodiversity: Mary Ngendo Kanui, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Kenya 
11.The role of agroforestry in improving soil health: Steve Anderson, University of Missouri, USA 
Part 3 Agroforestry products 
12.Agroforestry for hardwood/timber: Jerry Van Sambeek, United States Forest Service, USA 
13.Agroforestry for cultivation of nuts: Michael Gold, University of Missouri, USA 
14.Agroforestry for fruit trees: Pierre-Eric Lauri, INRA, France 
15.Agroforestry for bioenergy products: Dirk Freese, Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany 
16.Agroforestry for cultivation of edible mushrooms: Damase Khasa, University of Laval, Canada 
Part 4 Tropical agroforestry 
17.Key challenges in tropical agroforestry: John Lynam, Consultant/World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), USA 
18.Tropical tree crops and agroforestry: Damase Khasa, University of Laval, Canada 
19.Sustainable ecosystem services and tropical agroforestry: Rolando Cerda, CATIE, Costa Rica 
ISBN: 9781786762207 ¦ Pub date: April 2019 ¦ Extent: 480 pages ¦ Price £230/$300/€265 


Improving grassland and pasture management in temperate agriculture Edited by Prof. Athole Marshall and Dr Rosemary Collins 

Table of contents 
Part 1 Grassland functions and dynamics 
1.The role of grasslands in biogeochemical cycles and biodiversity conservation: O. Huguenin-Elie, Agroscope, Switzerland; L. Delaby and K. Klumpp, INRA, France; S. Lemauviel-Lavenant, INRA and Université de Caen Normandie, France; and J. Ryschawy and R. Sabatier, INRA, France 
2.The role of pasture in the diet of ruminant livestock: Michael R. F. Lee, University of Bristol, UK and Rothamsted Research, UK; M. Jordana Rivero, Rothamsted Research, UK; and John W. Cone, Wageningen University, The Netherlands 
3.Plant–animal interactions in grazing systems: D. F. Chapman, DairyNZ Lincoln, New Zealand and W. M. Griffiths, Hamilton, New Zealand 
4.Grazing management for sustainable grazing systems: Lilian Elgalise Techio Pereira and Sila Carneiro da Silva, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil; Cory Matthew and Ignacio F. López, Massey University, New Zealand; and André Fischer Sbrissia, Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina, Brazil 
Part 2 Management of grasslands 
5.Planning and sowing grasslands: David B. Hannaway and Linda J. Brewer, Oregon State University, USA; Steve Fransen, Washington State University, USA; and Glenn Shewmaker, Shannon Williams and Sarah Baker, University of Idaho, USA 
6.Managing grassland for forage production: an overview: Deirdre Hennessy, Teagasc, Ireland 
7.Managing grassland systems to optimise livestock farming: J. L. Peyraud, L. Delaby and R. Delagarde, INRA-Agrocampus Ouest, France 
8.Persistence and yield stability of temperate grassland legumes for sustainable animal production: F. Ortega, L. Inostroza and C. Moscoso, Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias, Chile; and L. Parra and A. Quiroz, Universidad de La Frontera, Chile 
9.Balancing pasture productivity with environmental and animal health requirements: D. R. Woodfield, Grasslands Research Centre, New Zealand; and H. G. Judson, Kimihia Research Centre, New Zealand 
10.Managing soil health for grassland: D. Barker, The Ohio State University, USA 
11.Management of water resources for grasslands: Jean L. Steiner, Pradeep Wagle and Prasanna Gowda, Grazing Lands Research Laboratory – USDA-ARS, USA 
12.Biological weed control in temperate grasslands; Graeme W. Bourdôt and Michael G. Cripps, AgResearch Limited, New Zealand 
13.Restoring degraded grasslands: Llewellyn L. Manske, North Dakota State University, USA 
14.Advances in remote sensing for monitoring grassland and forage production; Michael Wachendorf, University of Kassel, Germany 
Part 3 Sustainability and wider uses of grasslands 
15.Research challenges in adapting grasslands to climate change: Richard Kipling, Aberystwyth University, UK 
16.Protecting biodiversity in grasslands: J. Isselstein, University of Göttingen, Germany 
17.Advances in feeding grass silage: Pekka Huhtanen, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden 
18.Use of grassland for bioenergy and biorefining: Ulrich Thumm, University of Hohenheim, Germany 
19.Organic grassland: Thomas F. Doring and Ulrich Köpke, University of Bonn, Germany 
ISBN: 9781786762009 ¦ Pub date: Julyy 2017 ¦ Extent: 486 pages ¦ Price £210/$275/€250 
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