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Earth Syst. Dynam., 8, 529-545, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/esd-8-529-2017
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05 Jul 2017
Estimation of the high-spatial-resolution variability in extreme wind speeds for forestry applications
Ari Venäläinen et al.

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The rapidly growing forest-based bioeconomy calls for increasing wood harvesting intensity, and an increase in thinning and a final felling area. This may increase wind damage risks at the upwind edges of new cleared felling areas and thinned stands. Efficient wind risk assessment is needed. We demonstrate a pragmatic and computationally feasible method for identifying at a high spatial resolution those locations having the highest forest wind damage risks.
The rapidly growing forest-based bioeconomy calls for increasing wood harvesting intensity, and...
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