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DECIDE - Decision support for climate adapted, protective forest management

Project Leader
Mattsson Brady, Project Leader
Duration:
01.11.2021-31.12.2024
Programme:
Waldfonds - DAFNE 90 - Maßnahme 8
Type of Research
Applied Research
Project partners
pixelparker, Höttinger Au 26, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria.
Contact person: Roland Schellhorn;
Function of the Project Partner: Partner
Technische Universität Wien, Austria.
Contact person: Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation: Dr. Markus Hollaus;
Function of the Project Partner: Partner
Staff
Nopp-Mayr Ursula, Sub Projectleader
Vacik Harald, Project Staff
Baier Peter, Project Staff
Suppan Franz, Project Staff
Kirisits Thomas, Project Staff
Netherer Sigrid, Project Staff
Immitzer Markus, Project Staff
Kunz Florian, Project Staff
Griesberger Paul, Project Staff
Amon Matthias, Project Staff
Knufinke Jörg Fabian, Project Staff
BOKU Research Units
Institute of Forest Entomology, Forest Pathology and Forest Protection
Institute of Geomatics
Institute of Silviculture
Institute of Wildlife Biology and Game Management
Subproject(s):
DECIDE - Decision support for climate adapted protective forest management (DECIDE_IFFF)
Subproject(s):
WF-Project DECIDE - Decision analysis and scenarios (DECIDE_WB)
Subproject(s):
WF-Project DECIDE - Spatially-explicit implementation of predisposition models. (DECIDE_Geomatik)
Funded by
Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Regions and Tourism, Stubenring 1, 1010 Wien, Austria
Abstract
DECIDE develops and tests a decision-making tool to inform management of protective forests to help ensure climate adaptation. The DECIDE-tool supports decisions in silviculture regarding sustainable and preventive forest management for the preservation and creation of climate-safe forests. An essential pillar is the modeling and forecasting of damage susceptibilities of Austrian forests with special consideration of climate-resilient tree species. Also under this pillar, the project provides a comprehensible visualization of adaptive capacities for sustainable and preventive forest management. The second pillar is the decision tool, which accounts for predisposition assessments and options for forest management. Both pillars are developed for model regions of Styria and Lower Austria, which provide test cases for an Austrian-wide application.
Keywords
Forest protection; Knowledge management;
Decision support; decision support tool; insects; climate change; sustainable forest management; predisposition; preventive forest protection;
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