During August and September 2020 a huge effort was carried out to collect soil samples in the forest-alpine ecotone.
On March 10, 2020, the national partners of ForestPotential were gathered for a project meeting.
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In the period between July and September, a substantial field effort was carried out in the 1,500 km transect from south to north in Norway. Each of the 36 field sites was visited.
Successful kickoff for ForestPotential
The ForestPotential project was kicked off at the RunWay confernce hotel at Gardermoen on the 22nd and 23rd of March 2018. Most of the partners were present or participating online.
In the meeting, each of the partners introduced their field of expertise and recent research activities relevant to the project. Then each work package was presented and discussed in detail. The discussions were very useful and the outlook for a fruitful cooperation to reach the project goals is promising.
Mapping natural forest by means of remote sensing
Evaluating possibilities of applying recent development in remote sensing for characterizing forest structure and naturalness is of great interest from a forest monitoring perspective. Thus, the main objective of the research was to develop methods to identify natural forests, with emphasis on old natural forest.
Norwegian Environmental Agency
Supervisors: Ole Martin Bollandsås, Terje Gobakken, Hans Ole Ørka