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Boyden S, Binkley D, Senock R, 2005. Competition and facilitation between Eucalyptus and nitrogen-fixing Falcataria in relation to soil fertility. Ecology 86: 992-1001. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/04-0430

Brassard, BW, Chen HYH, Bergeron Y, Paré D, 2011. Differences in fine root productivity between mixed- and single-species stands Funct Ecol 25(1): 238-246. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2435.2010.01769.x

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Dieler J, Pretzsch H, 2013. Morphological plasticity of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in pure and mixed-species stands. For Eco Manage 295: 97–108.

Ducey MJ, Astrup R, Pretzsch H, Seifert S, Larson BC, & Coates KD, 2013. Comparison of forest inventory and canopy attributes derived from two terrestrial LIDAR systems. Photogramm Eng Remote Sens 79(3): 245–257. http://dx.doi.org/10.14358/PERS.79.3.245

Ducey M J, Knapp R, 2010. A stand density index for complex mixed species forests in the northeastern United States. For Eco Manage 260(9): 1613–1622.

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EEA, 2006. European forest types. Categories and types for sustainable forest management and reporting. European Environment Agency, Technical report, No. 9/2006, 111pp.

Epron D, Nouvellon Y, Mareschal L, MoreiraeMoreira R, Koutika L-S, Geneste B, Delgado-Rojas JS, Laclau J-P, Sola G, Gonçalves JLdM, Bouillet J-P, 2013. Partitioning of net primary production in Eucalyptus and Acacia stands and in mixed-species plantations: Two case-studies in contrasting tropical environments. For Eco Manage 301: 102-111.

European Commission, 2013. COM (2013) 659. A new EU Forest Strategy: for forests and the forest-based sector.

European Comission and EuroStat 2013. Agriculture, forestry and fishery statistics. 2013 Edition. Publications Office of the EU, Luxembourg, 249 pp.

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Fonseca F, de Figueiredo T, Martins A, 2011. Survival and early growth of mixed forest stands installed in a Mediterranean Region: Effects of site preparation intensity. For Eco Manage 262(10): 1905–1912.

Forest Europe, UNECE and FAO, 2011. State of Europe's Forests 2011. Status & Trends in Sustainable Forest Management in Europe. 337 (MCPFE. Forest Europe Liasion Unit Oslo: 2011).

Forrester DI, 2014. The spatial and temporal dynamics of species interactions in mixed-species forests: From pattern to process. For Eco Manage 312: 282-292.

Forrester DI, Albrecht AT, 2014. Light absorption and light-use efficiency in mixtures of Abies alba and Picea abies along a productivity gradient. For Eco Manage 328, 94-102.

Forrester DI, Bauhus J, Cowie AL, 2006. Carbon allocation in a mixed-species plantation of Eucalyptus globulus and Acacia mearnsii. For Eco Manage 233: 275-284.

Forrester DI, Kohnle U, Albrecht AT, Bauhus J, 2013. Complementarity in mixed-species stands of Abies alba and Picea abies varies with climate, site quality and stand density. For Eco Manage 304: 233-242.

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Jacob A, Hertel D, Leuschner C, 2013. On the significance of belowground overyielding in temperate mixed forests: separating species identity and species diversity effects. Oikos 122 (3): 463-473. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0706.2012.20476.x

Jacobsen JB, Thorsen BJ, 2003. A Danish example of optimal thinning strategies in mixed-species forest under changing growth conditions caused by climate change. For Eco Manage 180: 375-388.

Jacobsen JB, Boiesen JH, Thorsen BJ, Strange N, 2008. What's in a name? The use of quantitative measures versus 'Iconised' species when valuing biodiversity. Environmental and Resource Economics, 39(3): 247-263. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10640-007-9107-6

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Kolström M, Lindner M, Vilén T, Maroschek M, Seidl R, Lexer MJ, Netherer S, Kremer A, Delzon S, Barbati A, Marchetti M, Corona P, 2011. Reviewing the science and implementation of climate change adaptation measures in European forestry. Forests 2: 961-982. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/f2040961

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Curriculum Vitae

Adrienne Grêt-Regamey has been Professor at the Chair of Planning Landscape and Urban Systems (PLUS) at the Institute for Spatial and Landscape Development, ETH since 2014 and was Associate Professor from 2008-2014.

Born in 1973 in Bern, Switzerland, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey earned her diploma degree in 1998 from the Department of Environmental Sciences at ETH and an ETH diploma as a biology and environmental sciences teacher in 1999. Between 1999 and 2002, A. Grêt-Regamey worked as a consultant for Stratus Consulting, a company located in Washington, D.C. and Boulder, Colorado, conducting natural resource damage assessments. In 2003, she won a Marie-Heim-Vögtlin stipend from the Swiss National Science Foundation to conduct her doctoral thesis at the U.S. National Center of Atmospheric Research in the Environmental and Societal Impact Group and returned to ETH for completion. A.Grêt-Regamey was awarded twice the ETH silver medal for both the diploma and the PhD thesis. In 2006 she was offered a position as a scientist officer at the Swiss Federal Office for Environment and returned to ETH as a Post-doctoral Research Fellow in 2007.

Her research currently focuses on understanding how the interactions and/or actions of humans shape landscapes at various temporal and spatial scales, using different land-use decision models in forecasting and backcasting modes. For fostering participatory landscape planning, she investigates how people perceive the landscape in the new AudioVisual Lab, where state-of-the-art 3D visualizations and auralizations of landscape changes are generated and decision support tools developed. She also explores how an iterative process between design and science can allow co-creating place specific responses satisfying human needs and demands for well-being in a sustainable manner. For one of her recent research projects, the consortium was awarded the Swiss National Science Foundation Transdisciplinary Award.

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