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Other projects

ForTran (2023 - 2029)

Title: Forests in systemic transition – Balancing efficiency with fairness and resilience

Leader: Prof. Mikko Mönkkönen, University of Jyväskylä, France

Funding: Strategic Research Council (SRC) established within the Research Council of Finland 

ForTran aims to design and facilitate a green and just transition in how we perceive and use forests. Together with actors from different sectors, the project looks for societally effective solutions to the sustainability transition in the Finnish forest sector.

My contribution is in WP4 about defining the ecological limits of sustainable and resilient forestry.

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ResForest (2023 - 2027)

Title: Enhancing resilience in boreal forests to face climate change challenges

Leader: Dr. María Triviño, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Funding: Kone Foundation

Resforest aims at strengthening the social-ecological resilience of Finnish forests by assessing how forest dynamics and forest owner’s preferences and decisions might enhance or limit the resilience of forest ecosystems.

My contribution is to compare different landscape management scenarios with and without stakeholders’ preferences and identify potential mismatch.

Ampli-Gamma (2022 - 2024)

Title: Landscape management planning and gamma multi-diversity

Leader: Dr. Laurent Bergés, INRAE, France

Funding: Metaprogram Biosefair, INRAE

Ampli Gamma aims at synthesizing knowledge on heterogeneity-biodiversity relationship, developing new biodiversity sampling strategies, as well as, designing studies of landscape management gradients.

My contribution is towards a systematic review on landscape heterogeneity and discuss new approaches to describe landscapes functional heterogeneity.

FunBiodiv (2024 - 2026)

Title: Functional analysis of biological pest control by plant diversification across scales

Leader: Dr. Aude Vialatte & Dr. Adrien Rush, INRAE, France

Funding: CESAB – Centre for the Synthesis and Analysis of Biodiversity –  FRB (Foundation for Research on Biodiversity)


The ultimate goal of the FunBioDiv project is to identify combinations of management options across scales that help in maintaining biodiversity while enhancing biological control of noxious organisms and limiting their damages. The innovative part of the project is to evaluate the joint effects of plant diversification options on a wide range of pests, including weeds, pathogens and insects and to quantify the relative importance of direct and indirect effects of plant diversification across scales.

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