All living species have a range of environmental conditions in which they can survive. These conditions set the limits of the distribution range of...29/03/2017 - Read More
Gin, juniper and the Netherlands are inextricably linked. So it may be a surprise to learn that although common juniper (Juniperus communis) is the...24/03/2017 - Read More
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Maps depicting distribution ranges of 45 European tree species are available in different formats from the respective species pages.
In this film, Dr Bruno Fady tells the story of the forests of Mont Ventoux and their uncertain future.
This publication presents the strategy for the conservation of genetic diversity of forest trees, developed by European countries through the EUFORGEN Programme.
Publication Year: 2015
Author: de Vries, S.M.G., Alan, M., Bozzano, M., Burianek, V., Collin, E., Cottrell, J., Ivankovic, M., Kelleher, C.T., Koskela, J., Rotach, P., Vietto, L. and Yrjänä, L.
The EUFGIS information system provides information on where forest genetic resources are conserved in Europe.
Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), originally from North America, has become important in Europe, especially for its valuable timber.