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Primary succession on sandy soils
Context: Long-term research on primary succession on sandy soils on the northern Veluwe (J. Fanta, K. Prach, K. Ujházy) Topic: Primary succession and vegetation development on previously moving sands on the Veluwe area Tasks: re ...
Supervisor: Fem group: Frits Mohren
Brno (CZ): Karel Prach

Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Rotting competition! Comparing decomposition patterns of 25 wood species in 2 Dutch forests
BSc, MSc thesis or internship – also groups of multiple students possible. Loglife is a long-term decomposition experiment installed to follow decomposition rates of 25 wood species in two Dutch forests with different soil typ ...
Supervisor: Ute Sass-Klaassen (FEM)
ShanShan Yang (FEM)

Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Carbon Storage in Harvested Wood Products and Timber constructions in the Netherlands
MSc / BSc thesis (depending on size / depth of analysis) FEM is involved in quantifying carbon in harvested wood products for a range of conditions, based on country data on harvested wood, wood use, and HWP lifespan. Previously ...
Supervisor: Prof.dr.ir. Frits Mohren
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Tree crown development in relation to stand density
MSc thesis (BSc thesis) Thinning interventions often aim at crown expansion of the future crop tree that is released with the treatment. QD Forest management is a novel management approach aiming to achieve ‘free growth’ of a t ...
Supervisor: Eti�nne Thomassen, Frits Mohren
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Financial analysis of thinning intensity
MSc thesis (BSc thesis) Thinning interventions -among other goals- often aim to optimize financial performance of a stand. QD Forest management is a novel management approach aiming to achieve ‘free growth’ of a tree in order t ...
Supervisor: Eti�nne Thomassen, Frits Mohren
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Effects of rooting by wild boar on soil organic carbon
BSc thesis / MSc thesis (depending on size / depth of analysis) Rooting activity by wild boar may lead to loss of soil organic matter and soil carbon, depending on rooting intensity and frequency. In the Netherlands, high wild  ...
Supervisor: Frits Mohren
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Ecosystem Services and Economic Benefits Generated by Protected Areas: the Case of Het Loo Royal Estate, Apeldoorn, the Netherlands
MSc / BSc thesis (depending on size / depth of analysis) Forest estates have multiple values and provide a range of ecosystem services, but the business model is generally determined by economic (market) products such as timber ...
Supervisor: Prof.dr.ir. Frits Mohren (FEM) / prof.dr. Lars Hein (ESA) / ir. Arno Willems (KHL)
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Tree morphology changes by fertilization and herbivory
Research goal Rock dust, a ground rock that acts as a slow-release fertilizer, has become immensely popular in forest management. In ecosystems degraded by enhanced nitrogen deposition, soil health is expected to increase with th ...
Supervisor: dr.ir. J (Jan) den Ouden
S (Sylvana) Harmsen MSc

Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
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