Books and series

Books and series

ISLAM F M, MOLA-YUDEGO B, PELKONEN. 2011. Wood pellet market development: Impacts of policies on wood pellet market development in Europe. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. 56 pp. ISBN-13: 978-384-54-2206-0.[Amazon]

RÖSER D, ERKKILÄ A, MOLA-YUDEGO B, SIKANEN L, PRINZ R, HEIKKINEN A, KAIPAINEN H, ORAVAINEN H, HILLEBRAND K, EMER B & VÄÄTAINEN K. 2010. Natural drying methods to promote fuel quality enhancement of small energywood stems. Working Papers of the Finnish Forest Research Institute 186. 60 pp. ISBN 978-951-40-2279-1.[PDF]

SELKIMÄKI M, PRINZ R, MOLA-YUDEGO B AND RÖSER D. 2010. Pellet market, raw materials, handling and logistics in Northern Periphery. PELLETime. Working Papers of the Finnish Forest Research Institute 157: 25 pp. ISBN 978-951-40-2233-3.[PDF]

TAHVANAINEN L. PELKONEN P. MOLA B. (Eds) 2004 Quality and competence in higher forestry education. Proceedings of the 15th SILVA European Meeting held in Freising, Germany 15-17.04.2004. SILVA Publications 2. ISBN 952-458-653-1.[PDF]

MOLA B. 2002. A comparison between National Forest Programmes of some EU member states. Swedish National Board of Forestry publications. Rapport 2002:10, 25pp. ISSN 1100-0295.[PDF]

Dissertationes Forestales

RÖSER D. 2012. Operational efficiency of forest energy supply chains in different operational environments. Dissertationes Forestales, 146. [PDF]

HÄRKÖNEN S. 2012. Estimating forest growth and carbon balance based on climate sensitive forest growth model and remote sensing data. Dissertationes Forestales, 138.[PDF]

HALDER P. 2011. Bioenergy knowledge, perceptions and attitudes among your citizens - from cross national surveys to conceptual model. Dissertationes Forestales, 135.[PDF]

MEI Q. 2011. Social climate of forest bioenergy development in China among forestry stakeholders. Dissertationes Forestales, 131.[PDF]

AREVALO J. 2011. International perceptions of university forestry education - an analysis of student motivation, competencies, and curricula. Dissertationes Forestales, 128.[PDF]

GRITTEN D. 2009. Facilitating resolution of forest conflicts through understanding the complexity of the relationship between forest industry and environmental groups. Dissertationes Forestales, 91.[PDF]

MOLA-YUDEGO B. 2009. Wood biomass production potential on agricultural lands in Northern Europe – achieving the goals of energy policy. Dissertationes Forestales, 84.[PDF]

SCHUCK A. 2009. Perspectives and limitations of Finnish higher forestry education in a unifying Europe. Dissertationes Forestales, 78.[PDF]

Book chapters

MOLA-YUDEGO B, SELKIMÄKI M, PRINZ R, RÖSER D, Contributors IEA Task 31 In: OBERNBERGER I and THEK G. 2010. The Production and Thermal Utilization of Biomass Pellets. 600 pp, ISBN 978-184-407-631-4. ISBN 978-951-40-2233-3.[Amazon]

ELLISON D, KOIVISTO A, MUTANEN A, MOLA B, GRITTEN D, VERKERK H, ELLINGSON L, LEWIS S, AREVALO J. Role of Forest Policy In Fighting Climate Change – Forest Policy Work Group Report. In: KARJALAINEN T, LINDNER M, NISKANEN A, LIER M. 2009. Fighting Climate Change: Adapting Forest Policy and Forest Management in Europe. Group Work Reports and Conclusions. Joensuu, Finland, 24.5.-29.5.2009.. Metlan työraportteja / Working Papers of the Finnish Forest Research Institute 135. 84 p. ISBN 978-951-40-2191-6 (PDF), ISBN 978-951-40-2192-3 (paperback).[PDF]

AREVALO J, GRITTEN D, MOLA B. 2008. A pioneer in the internationalization of forestry eductation. Silva Carelica 54: 152-153. In: Saastamoinen O and Tahvanainen L. 2008. Towards global education in forest sciences. Silva Carelica, 54. University of Joensuu, Faculty of Forest Sciences. ISSN: 0780-8232.

COLINAS C, MOLA B 2004. ICT use in forest pathology teaching. Results of three years of experience. SILVA Publications 1: 105-112. In: Tahvanainen L, Pelkonen, P. (Eds) 2004. ICT in higher forestry education in Europe. Proceedings of the SILVA European Conferences held in Warsaw, Poland 5th of September 2002 and in Beauvais, France 5th of April 2003. SILVA Publications I. ISBN 952-458-452-2.[PDF]


Post a Comment