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

Part 1 Methods to study biodiversity in agroecosystems 
1.The challenge of monitoring biodiversity in agricultural landscapes at the EU level: M. L. Paracchini, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy; S. Condé, European Topic Centre on Biological Diversity – Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, France; R. D’Andrimont, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy; B. Eiselt, European Commission, Eurostat, Luxembourg, Luxembourg; O. Fernandez Ugalde, E. Gervasini and A. Jones, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy; V. Kovacevic, European Commission, DG Environment, Belgium; R. Oppermann, Institut für Agrarökologie und Biodiversität (IFAB), Germany; A. Orgiazzi, M. Van der Velde, C. Polce and C. Rega, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy; C. Van Swaay, De Vlinderstichting, The Netherlands; and P. Voříšek, Czech Society for Ornithology, Czech Republic 
2.Modelling biodiversity in agriculture: G. R. Squire, James Hutton Institute, UK 
3.Assessing the economic value of agricultural biodiversity: a critical perspective: Corrado Topi, Stockholm Environment Institute at York, Department of Environment and Geography and Interdisciplinary Global Development Centre, University of York, UK; and Leonie J. Pearson, Stockholm Environment Institute, Thailand 
4.Functional biodiversity for the provision of agroecosystem services: Paolo Bàrberi and Anna-Camilla Moonen, Institute of Life Sciences – Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy 
Part 2 Management practices to support agroecosystem services 
5.The role of field margins in biodiversity conservation in agroecosystems: Alicia Cirujeda and Gabriel Pardo, Centro de Investigación y Tecnología Agroalimentaria de Aragón (CITA-Universidad de Zaragoza), Spain 
6.The role of hedgerows in supporting biodiversity and other ecosystem services in intensively managed agricultural landscapes: Audrey Alignier, Léa Uroy and Stéphanie Aviron, INRAE, France 
7.Reconciling production and biodiversity in management of pastures and grasslands: Sylvain Plantureux, Université de Lorraine, INRAE, LAE, France 
8.The importance of agroforestry systems in supporting biodiversity conservation and agricultural production: a European perspective: M. R. Mosquera-Losada, J. J. Santiago-Freijanes, A. Rigueiro-Rodríguez, F. J. Rodríguez-Rigueiro, D. Arias Martínez, A. Pantera and N. Ferreiro-Domínguez, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain 
ISBN: 9781786763488 ¦ Pub date: September 2020 ¦ Extent: 282 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.An overview of tropical forest formations: Alice Muchugi, World Agroforestry (ICRAF), Kenya; Sammy Muraguri, Kunming Institute of Botany, China; Hesti L. Tata, Forest Research & Development Centre, Indonesia; Jürgen Blaser, Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland; and Patrick D. Hardcastle, Forestry Development Specialist, UK 
2.Pressures on tropical forests: agriculture, trade and illegality: Duncan Brack, Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), UK 
3.Narratives on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and tropical forests: Wil de Jong, Kyoto University, Japan; and Glenn Galloway, University of Florida, USA 
4.National governance and tropical forests: key challenges: Mafa E. Chipeta, African Forest Forum (AFF), Malawi 
5.Climate change and tropical forests: Rodney J. Keenan, The University of Melbourne, Australia 
Part 2 Ecosystem services provided by tropical forests 
6.New types of products from tropical wood: Jegatheswaran Ratnasingam, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia 
7.Non-timber forest products from tropical forests: Alida O’Connor, University of British Columbia, Canada; and Terry C. H. Sunderland, University of British Columbia, Canada and Centre for International Forestry Research, Indonesia 
8.Ecosystem services delivered by tropical forests: regulating services of tropical forests for climate and hydrological cycles: Oliver Gardi, Bern University of Applied Sciences and School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences HAFL, Switzerland 
9.Biodiversity and ecosystem services in tropical forests: recent findings and implications for sustainable forest management (SFM): Beth A. Kaplin, University of Rwanda, Rwanda and University of Massachusetts-Boston, USA 
10.Amenity and recreation values of tropical forests: an ecosystem services perspective: Gamini Herath, Monash University, Malaysia 
Part 3 Management structures to support sustainable forest management (SFM) 
11.Defining sustainable forest management (SFM) in the tropics: Francis E. Putz, University of Florida-Gainesville, USA; and Ian D. Thompson, Thompson Forest Ltd.-Kelowna, Canada 
12.Improving operating standards in sustainable forest management of tropical forests in Africa: Paxie W. Chirwa, University of Pretoria, South Africa; Oghenekevwe Arabomen, Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria, Nigeria; Stephen Syampungani, Copperbelt University, Zambia; and Vincent O. Oeba, African Forest Forum, Kenya 
13.The role of certification schemes in sustainable forest management (SFM) of tropical forests: James Sandom, formerly Woodmark Scheme/Responsible Forest Programme – Soil Association, UK 
14.Tenure and management rights in tropical forests: Chloe Ginsburg, Stephanie Keene, Alain Frechette and Andy White, Rights and Resources Initiative, USA 
15.Community-based management of tropical forests: lessons learned and implications for sustainable forest management: Liz Ota, Sharif A. Mukul, Nestor Gregorio and John Herbohn, Tropical Forests and People Research Centre – University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia 
Part 4 Monitoring and management techniques in sustainable forest management (SFM) 
16.New techniques for assessing and mapping tropical forests: Michael Köhl, Philip Mundhenk and Prem Raj Neupane, Universität Hamburg, Germany 
17.Advances in monitoring and reporting forest emissions and removals in the context of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC): Marieke Sandker and Till Neeff, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Italy 
18.Understanding and exploiting genetics of tropical tree species for restoration of tropical forests: Reiner Finkeldey, Kassel University, Germany; and Markus Müller, Carina Carneiro de Melo Moura and Oliver Gailing, University of Göttingen, Germany 
19.Pathogens in tropical forests: diversity and management: Steve Woodward, University of Aberdeen, UK; and H. Tuğba Doğmuş, Isparta University of Applied Sciences, Turkey 
20.The role of agroforestry in sustainable forest management (SFM) of tropical forests: Lindsey Norgrove, Tabea Allen and Ata Davatgar, Bern University of Life Sciences, Switzerland 
Part 5 SFM of different types of tropical forest 
21.Forest landscape restoration (FLR) of tropical forests: Stephanie Mansourian, of Geneva, Switzerland/IUFRO, Austria 
22.Sustainable management of tropical plantation forests: Jonathan C. Onyekwelu, The Federal University of Technology, Nigeria 
23.Sustainable forest management (SFM) of tropical moist forests: the Congo Basin: Paolo Omar Cerutti and Robert Nasi, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Kenya and Indonesia 
24.Sustainable forest management (SFM) of tropical moist forests: the case of the Brazilian Amazon: Edson Vidal, University of São Paulo (ESALQ/USP), Brazil; Thales A. P. West, Scion – New Zealand Forest Research Institute, New Zealand; Marco W. Lentini, Nexus Socioambiental, Brazil; Saulo E. X. F. de Souza, University of Exeter, UK and Instituto Ouro Verde, Brazil; Carine Klauberg, Federal University of São João Del-Rei, Brazil; and Philippe Waldhoff, Federal Institute of Amazonas, Brazil 
25.Sustainable management of African dry forests: G. Kowero and H.-N. Bouda, African Forest Forum, Kenya 
Part 6 The Future 
26.Achieving sustainable management of tropical forests: overview and conclusions: Jürgen Blaser, Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland; Patrick D. Hardcastle, Forestry Development Specialist, UK; and Gillian Petrokofsky, University of Oxford, UK 
ISBN: 9781786762481 ¦ Pub date: October 2020 ¦ Extent: 746 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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