Marcus Lindner mainly focuses on Forest management, Climate change, Ecology, Land use and Agroforestry. His Forest management research includes themes of Variety, Soil water and Forest ecology. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Forestry, Physical geography, Environmental resource management and Environmental protection.
His Environmental protection research integrates issues from Wood production, Temperate climate and Soil horizon. His biological study deals with issues like Carbon sequestration, which deal with fields such as Thinning, Effects of global warming, Soil organic matter and Soil biodiversity. His work investigates the relationship between Land use and topics such as Ecosystem services that intersect with problems in Systems science, Stakeholder engagement and Social science.
His main research concerns Environmental resource management, Forest management, Climate change, Agroforestry and Sustainability. His studies deal with areas such as Sustainable development, Natural resource economics and Environmental planning as well as Environmental resource management. He has researched Forest management in several fields, including Biodiversity and Forest ecology.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Adaptive management, Physical geography and Environmental protection in addition to Climate change. His work deals with themes such as Biomass, Carbon sink and Carbon sequestration, which intersect with Environmental protection. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Forest restoration and Bioenergy.
Marcus Lindner mostly deals with Environmental resource management, Biomass, Natural resource economics, Climate change and Agroforestry. His Environmental resource management research incorporates themes from Climate change adaptation, Land use, Forest management, Sustainable development and Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation. His Wood production study in the realm of Forest management connects with subjects such as Stylized fact.
His Biomass study combines topics in areas such as Agriculture, Sustainability and Environmental protection. Marcus Lindner has included themes like Raw material, Global change, Bioenergy and Greenhouse gas in his Natural resource economics study. Marcus Lindner studies Climate change, namely Effects of global warming.
His primary areas of investigation include Natural resource economics, Agriculture, Climate change, Environmental resource management and Agroforestry. Marcus Lindner combines subjects such as Ecoforestry, Forest restoration and Dynamic global vegetation model with his study of Natural resource economics. His work on Climate change scenario as part of general Climate change research is frequently linked to Stylized fact, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His work on Environmental resource management is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Climate change mitigation. His work on Sustainable forest management and Old-growth forest is typically connected to Neutrality and Primary as part of general Agroforestry study, connecting several disciplines of science. He focuses mostly in the field of Sustainability, narrowing it down to matters related to Forestry and, in some cases, Greenhouse gas and Land use.
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Climate change impacts, adaptive capacity, and vulnerability of European forest ecosystems
Marcus Lindner;Michael Maroschek;Sigrid Netherer;Antoine Kremer.
Forest Ecology and Management (2010)
Ecosystem Service Supply and Vulnerability to Global Change in Europe
Dagmar Schröter;Wolfgang Cramer;Rik Leemans;I. Colin Prentice.
How strongly can forest management influence soil carbon sequestration
Robert Jandl;Marcus Lindner;Lars Vesterdal;Bram Bauwens.
Climate change and European forests: What do we know, what are the uncertainties, and what are the implications for forest management?
Marcus Lindner;Joanne B. Fitzgerald;Niklaus E. Zimmermann;Christopher Reyer.
Journal of Environmental Management (2014)
Challenges for land system science
Mark D.A. Rounsevell;Bas Pedroli;Karl-Heinz Erb;Marc Gramberger.
First signs of carbon sink saturation in European forest biomass
Gert-Jan Nabuurs;Marcus Lindner;Pieter J. Verkerk;Katja Gunia.
Nature Climate Change (2013)
Challenges and opportunities in mapping land use intensity globally
Tobias Kuemmerle;Tobias Kuemmerle;Karlheinz Erb;Patrick Meyfroidt;Daniel Müller;Daniel Müller.
A conceptual framework for analysing and measuring land-use intensity
Karl-Heinz Erb;Helmut Haberl;Martin Rudbeck Jepsen;Tobias Kuemmerle.
Where are Europe's last primary forests?
Francesco Maria Sabatini;Sabina Burrascano;William S. Keeton;Christian Levers.
Diversity and Distributions (2018)
Reviewing the Science and Implementation of Climate Change Adaptation Measures in European Forestry
Marja Kolström;Marcus Lindner;Terhi Vilén;Michael Maroschek.
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