Reconciling agricultural production with biodiversity conservation Edited by Prof. Paolo Bárberi and Dr Anna-Camilla Moonen 

Table of contents  
Part 1 Methods to study biodiversity in agroecosystems 
1.Landscape approaches to biodiversity conservation in agriculture: Ulrich Stachow, Leibniz Center for Agricultural Landscape and Land Use Research (ZALF), Germany 
2.Mapping biodiversity in agricultural landscapes: Maria Luisa Paracchini, Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Italy 
3.Modelling biodiversity in agriculture: Geoff Squire, James Hutton Institute, UK 
4.Assessing the economic value of agricultural biodiversity: Corrado Topi, Stockholm Environment Institute - The University of York, UK 
5.Functional agrobiodiversity for the provision of agroecosystem services: Paolo Bàrberi, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa, Italy 
Part 2 Management practices to support agroecosystem services 
6.The role of field margins for biodiversity conservation in agroecosystems: Alicia Cirujeda, CITA - University of Zaragoza, Spain 
7.The role of hedgerows for agroecosystem health: Audrey Alignier, INRA, France 
8.Reconciling production and biodiversity in management of pastures and grasslands: Sylvain Plantureux, University of Lorraine, Nancy, France 
9.The importance of agroforestry systems in supporting biodiversity conservation and agricultural production: Maria-Rosa Mosquera-Losada, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain 
ISBN: 9781786763488 ¦ Pub date: June 2020 ¦ Extent: 280 pages ¦ Price £150/$195/€180 

Achieving sustainable management of tropical forests Edited by Dr Jürgen Blaser & Pat Hardcastle 

Table of contents 
Part 1 Challenges faced by tropical forests 
1.Understanding tropical forest ecology: Alice Muchugi, Kenyatta University, Kenya; 
2.Global trade flows, land use and tropical forests: Duncan Brack, Associate Fellow - Chatham House, UK; 
3.Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and tropical forests: Wil de Jong, Kyoto University, Japan; 
4.National governance and tropical forests: Mafa Chipeta, African Forest Forum (AFF), Malawi; 
5.Climate change and tropical forests: Rod Keenan, University of Melbourne, Australia; 
Part 2 Ecosystem services provided by tropical forests 
6.New types of product from tropical wood: Jegatheswaran Ratnasingam, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia; 
7.Non-timber products from tropical forests: Terry Sunderland, Research Team Leader-Center for International Forestry , Indonesia; 
8.Ecosystem services delivered by tropical forests – carbon sequestration and watershed management: Oliver Gardi, University of Bern, Switzerland; 
9.Ecosystem services delivered by tropical forests – biodiversity of flora/fauna: Beth Kaplin, Antioch University, USA; 
10.Ecosystem services delivered by tropical forests – recreation and amenity: Gamini Herath, La Trobe University, Australia; 
11.Valuing tropical forest ecosystem services: Gill Petrokofsky, University of Oxford, UK; 
Part 3 Management structures to support sustainable forest management (SFM) 
12.Defining sustainable forest management (SFM) of tropical forests: Francis Putz, University of Florida, USA; 
13.Improving operating standards in sustainable forest management (SFM) of tropical forests: Paxie Chirwa, University of Pretoria, South Africa; 
14.Tenure and management rights in tropical forests: Andy White, Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI), USA; 
15.Community based forest management (CBFM) of tropical forests: John Herbohn, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia; 
16.Improving supply chain efficiency for tropical forest products: Ruth Nogueron, World Resources Institue (WRI), USA; 
Part 4 Monitoring and management techniques in sustainable forest management (SFM) 
17.New techniques for mapping tropical forests: Michael Köhl, University of Hamburg, Germany; 
18.Advances in monitoring emissions from tropical forests: Till Neef, Consultant, Italy; 
19.Understanding and exploiting genetics of tropical tree species for restoration of tropical forests: Reiner Finkeldey, Georg-August University of Gottingen, Germany; 
20.Pest monitoring and integrated pest management in tropical forests: Steve Woodward, University of Aberdeen, UK; 
21.The role of agroforestry in sustainable forest management (SFM) of tropical forests: Lindsey Norgrove, Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland; 
Part 5 SFM of different types of tropical forest 
22.Sustainable forest management (SFM) of secondary tropical forests/semi-natural planted forests (SNPF): Cesar Sabogal, formerly FAO, Italy; 
23.Sustainable forest management (SFM) of degraded tropical forests: Louis Putzel, CIFOR, Indonesia; 
24.Sustainable forest management (SFM) of plantation tropical forests: Jonathan C. Onyekwelu, Federal University of Technology, Nigeria; 
25.Sustainable forest management (SFM) of tropical moist forests: the Congo Basin: Paolo Cerutti, CIFOR, Kenya; 
26.Sustainable forest management (SFM) of tropical moist forests: the Amazon basin: Edson Vidal, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil; 
27.Sustainable forest management (SFM) of tropical moist forests: SE Asia: Guangyu Wang, University of British Columbia, Canada; 
28.Sustainable forest management (SFM) of tropical dry forests: Godwin Kowero, African Forest Forum/ICRAF, Kenya; 
ISBN: 9781786762481 ¦ Pub date: Summer 2020 ¦ Extent: 500 pages ¦ Price £190/$245/€230 

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

Table of contents 
1.The scope and challenge of sustainable forestry: Philip J. Burton, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada; 
Part 1 Tree physiology 
2.Advances in understanding root development in forest trees: Donato Chiatante and Mattia Terzaghi, University of Insubria, Italy; Gabriella Stefania Scippa, University of Molise, Italy; and Antonio Montagnoli, University of Insubria, Italy; 
3.Advances in understanding canopy development in forest trees: W. Keith Moser, USDA Forest Service, USA; Adam P. Coble, Oregon Department of Forestry, USA; Lea Hallik, University of Tartu, Estonia; Andrew D. Richardson, Northern Arizona University, USA; Jan Pisek and Kairi Adamson, University of Tartu, Estonia; Russell T. Graham, USDA Forest Service, USA; and Cynthia F. Moser, LLC Flagstaff, USA; 
4.The response of forest trees to abiotic stress: Tanja G. M. Sanders, Thünen Institute of Forest Ecosystems, Germany; Peter Spathelf, University of Sustainable Development, Germany; and Andreas Bolte, Thünen Institute of Forest Ecosystems, Germany; 
Part 2 Forest ecosystem services and climate change 
5.Advances in understanding the role of forests in the carbon cycle: Matthew J. McGrath and Anne Sofie Lansø, Laboratoire des sciences du climat et de l’environnement, France; Guillaume Marie, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Yi-Ying Chen, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; Tuomo Kalliokoski, University of Helsinki, Finland; Sebastiaan Luyssaert and Kim Naudts, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Philippe Peylin, Laboratoire des sciences du climat et de l’environnement, France; and Aude Valade, Ecological and Forestry Applications Research Centre, Spain; 
6.Trade-offs between management and conservation for the provision of ecosystem services in the southern Patagonian forests: Yamina Micaela Rosas, Laboratorio de Recursos Agroforestales, Centro Austral de Investigaciones Científicas (CADIC), Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET), Argentina; Pablo Luis Peri and Héctor Bahamonde, Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria (INTA), Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral (UNPA), Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET), Argentina; Juan Manuel Cellini and Marcelo Daniel Barrera, Universidad Nacional de la Plata (UNLP), Argentina; and Alejandro Huertas Herrera, María Vanessa Lencinas and Guillermo Martínez Pastur, Laboratorio de Recursos Agroforestales, Centro Austral de Investigaciones Científicas (CADIC), Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET), Argentina; 
7.Advances in understanding forest ecosystem services: conserving biodiversity: Anne Oxbrough, Edge Hill University, UK; and Jaime Pinzón, Natural Resources Canada, Canada; 
8.The impact of climate change on forest systems in the northern United States: projections and implications for forest management: W. Keith Moser, USDA Forest Service, USA; Patricia Butler-Leopold, Michigan Technological University and Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science (NIACS), USA; Constance Hausman, Cleveland Metroparks, USA; Louis Iverson, USDA Forest Service and Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science (NIACS), USA; Todd Ontl, Michigan Technological University and Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science (NIACS), USA; Leslie Brandt, USDA Forest Service and Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science (NIACS), USA; Stephen Matthews, Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science (NIACS) and The Ohio State University, USA; and Matthew Peters and Anantha Prasad, USDA Forest Service and Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science (NIACS), USA; 
Part 3 Breeding and management 
9.Key challenges in forest management: Donald Grebner, Mississippi State University, USA; and Pete Bettinger, University of Georgia, USA; 
10.Advances in monitoring forest resource status and trends through integration of remote sensing and ground plots: Andrew Lister, USDA Forest Service, USA; 
11.Transitioning monocultures to complex forest stands in Central Europe: principles and practice: Hans Pretzsch, Technical University of Munich, Germany; 
12.Species choice, planting and establishment in temperate and boreal forests: meeting the challenge of global change: Christophe Orazio, European Forest Institute, France; Peter Freer-Smith, University of California-Davis, USA; Tim Payn, Scion and Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology, New Zealand; and Tom Fox, Rayonier Inc., USA; 
13.Advances in nutrient and water management in forestry: monitoring, maintaining, and restoring soil health: Daniel G. Neary, USDA Forest Service, USA; 
14.Advances in stand management and regeneration: Thomas J. Dean, Louisiana State University, USA; 
15.Innovations in forest harvesting technology: Woodam Chung, Kevin Lyons and Lucas Wells, Oregon State University, USA; 
Part 4 Pests, diseases and other hazards 
16.Advances in understanding and managing insect pests of forest trees: Barbara Bentz, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, USA; Pierluigi Bonello, The Ohio State University, USA; Horst Delb, Forest Research Institute of Baden-Württemberg, Germany; Christopher Fettig, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, USA; Therese Poland, USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station, USA; Deepa Pureswaran, Canadian Forest Service, Laurentian Forestry Centre, Canada; and Steven Seybold, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, USA; 
17.Advances in understanding and managing fungal and other diseases of forest trees: Tod Ramsfield, Natural Resources Canada, Canada; and Kathy Lewis, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada; 
18.Advances in managing and monitoring natural hazards and forest disturbances: John A. Stanturf, Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia; Lee Frelich, University of Minnesota, USA; Pablo J. Donoso, Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile; and Timo Kuuluvainen, University of Helsinki, Finland; 
Part 5 Developing forest products and services 
19.Developing forestry products: timber: David Nicholls, USDA Forest Service, USA; 
20.Sustainable production of temperate and boreal nontimber forest products: examples from North America: James L. Chamberlain, USDA Forest Service, USA; Christine J. Small, Radford University, USA; and Michelle Baumflek, USDA Forest Service, USA; 
21.Emerging technologies to develop new forest products: Tatjana Stevanovic, Laval University, Canada; 
22.Developing forestry recreation services: John Daigle, University of Maine, USA; 
ISBN: 9781786762924 ¦ Pub date: November 2019 ¦ Extent: 872 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, Thomas Isenhart, William Beck, Tyler Groh and Morgan Davis, Iowa State University, USA; 
2.Agroforestry practices: windbreaks: Gary Wyatt, Amanda Sames and Diomy S. Zamora, University of Minnesota, USA; 
3.Managing hedgerows to optimise ecosystem services in agroforestry systems: Penka Tsonkova and Christian Böhm, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany; Rico Hübner, Technical University of Munich, Germany; and Julia Ehritt, Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union Brandenburg, Germany; 
4.Temperate alley cropping systems: Diomy S. Zamora, University of Minnesota, USA; Samuel C. Allen, New Mexico State University, USA; Kent G. Apostol, Independent Researcher and Editor, USA; Shibu Jose, University of Missouri, USA; and Gary Wyatt, University of Minnesota, USA;; 
5.Agroforestry practices: silvopastoralism: Gerardo Moreno and Victor Rolo, INDEHESA, Institute for Silvopastoralism Research, University of Extremadura, Spain; 
6.Agroforestry practices: forest farming: Kenneth Mudge, Cornell University, USA; 
7.Modelling agroforestry systems: Paul Burgess and Anil Graves, Cranfield University, UK; Silvestre García de Jalón, Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3), Spain; João Palma, MV Agroecology Research Centre, Portugal; Christian Dupraz, INRA-System, University of Montpellier, France; and Meine van Noordwijk, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Kenya; 
8.Tree planting and management in agroforestry: Lydie Dufour, INRA, France; 
Part 2 Agroforestry ecosystem services 
9.A holistic approach to sustainable agriculture: trees, science and global society: Roger R. B. Leakey, International Tree Foundation, UK; 
10.The role of biodiversity in agroforestry and other types of smallholder farming: Mary Ng'endo, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Kenya; and Shonil A. Bhagwat, The Open University, UK; 
11. Agroforestry: a system for improving soil health: S. H. Anderson and R. P. Udawatta, University of Missouri, USA; 
Part 3 Agroforestry products 
12.Agroforestry for hardwood timber production: J. W. 'Jerry' Van Sambeek, formerly of USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station and University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry, USA; 
13.Agroforestry for the cultivation of nuts: Michael A. Gold, University of Missouri, USA; 
14.Agroforestry for fruit trees in Europe and Mediterranean North Africa: Pierre-Éric Lauri, INRA, France; Karim Barkaoui, CIRAD, France; Mohammed Ater, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Morocco; and Adolfo Rosati, CREA, Italy; 
Part 4 Tropical agroforestry 
15.Moving up the scale: challenges in tropical agroforestry: John Lynam, Independent Consultant; 
16.Tropical tree domestication in agroforestry: Damase Khasa and Alain R. Atangana, Université Laval, Canada; 
17.Tropical agroforestry and ecosystem services: trade-offs analysis for better design strategies: Rolando Cerda, CATIE (Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza), Costa Rica; Luis Orozco-Aguilar, The University of Melbourne, Australia; Norvin Sepúlveda, CATIE (Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza), Costa Rica; Jenny Ordoñez and Geovana Carreño-Rocabado, CATIE (Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza) and World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Costa Rica; and Freddy Amores, Willan Caicedo, Samuel Oblitas and Eduardo Somarriba, CATIE (Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza), Costa Rica; 
ISBN: 9781786762207 ¦ Pub date: May 2019 ¦ Extent: 542 pages ¦ Price £180/$235/€215 


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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