Check a recent Blue Cats' contribution (DOI: 10.1093/nsr/nwaa244) to National Science Review Oxford Academic (Oxford University Press) on how the predictions of tree survival and growth can be substantially improved once we take into account higher-order interactions among trees.
Having had successful PhD thesis defense Popis porostní struktury přirozeného lesa pomocí pozemního a bezpilotního laserového skenování - kvantifikace korun ve 3D prostoru, Martin Krůček finished his doctoral studies in the field of Applied Geoinformatics at Mendel University in Brno. Congratulations!
The BlueCat Research Team has founded their official Instagram. From now on, you can follow more news on research in old-growth forests in pictorial form also there.
The 4th dendrometry re-census (1973, 1994, 2006, 2020) at floodplain alluvial hardwood forest sites Ranšpurk (22,3 ha) and Cahnov-Soutok (15,0 ha) in Czechia was accomplished through March-May.
The 4th tree census was realized at Boubin natural forest (46ha) through May-June. Initial survey at Hadecka planinka research plot (10ha) followed on July. All live and dead stems with diameter of 10cm+ were (re-)measured.
The fourth census have been started at Salajka natural forest in May. Preceding whole-area measurements were made in 1974, 1994 and 2007.