The Lapland Forest Damage Project

The final report has appeard on March 31st, 1995
announcement in Finnish

Subprojects:

1. Coordination of the Lapland Forest Damage Project
Eero Tikkanen, LicSc
The Finnish Forest Research Institute,
Rovaniemi Research Station,
P.O. Box 16,
FIN-96301 Rovaniemi,
Finland
phone: +358 10 2111
 
E-mail: eero.tikkanen@metla.fi
2. Air Quality at Sevettijärvi; a study of gaseous and aerosol pollutants
Risto Hillamo, LicSc
Finnish Meteorological Institute,
Air Quality Department,
P.O.Box 10,
FIN-00811 Helsinki,
Finland
phone: +358-0-758 1369
Fax:
E-mail:
3. The influence of Kola Peninsula industrial deposition to the condition of Scots pine mycorrhiza and soil biological activity
Henry Väre, LicSc
University of Oulu,
Department of Botany,
Linnanmaa,
FIN-90570 Oulu,
phone: +358-81-553 1559
Fax: +358-81-553 1500
E-mail: Henry.Vare@oulu.fi
4. Lichen and Bryophyte studies
Jari Oksanen, PhD
University of Kuopio,
Department of Environmental Sciences,
P.O.Box 1627,
FIN-70211 Kuopio,
Finland
phone: +358-71-163 190
Fax: +358-71-163 230
E-mail:oksanen@messi.uku.fi
5. Use of satellite pictures in surveying forest damages in eastern Lapland and the Kola Peninsula
Eero Mattila, DFor.
The Finnish Forest Research Institute,
Rovaniemi Research Station,
P.O.Box 16,
FIN-96301 Rovaniemi,
Finland
phone: +358 10 2111
E-mail: Eero.Mattila@metla.fi
6.1. Experimental study on the effects of sulphuric acid and heavy metal deposition on the resistance of Scots pine against insects and Scleroderris canker
Seppo Neuvonen, PhD
University of Turku,
Department of Biology,
FIN-20500 Turku,
Finland
phone: +358-21-633 5930
Fax:
E-mail:
6.2. Ability of pines in east and west Lapland to recover after foliar damage: an experimental study
Prof. Erkki Haukioja
University of Turku,
Department of Biology,
FIN-20500 Turku,
Finland
phone: +358-21-633 5778
Fax:
E-mail:
7.1. Effect of industrial pollution from the Kola Peninsula on mineral soil acidification in eastern Lapland
John Derome, LicFor.
The Finnish Forest Research Institute,
Rovaniemi Research Station,
P.O.Box 16,
FIN-96301 Rovaniemi,
Finland
ph. +358 10 2111
E-mail: John.Derome@metla.fi
7.2. Fertility and sensitivity to acidification of soils
Matti Kontio, MSc
Geological Survey of Finland,
Regional Office of North Finland,
P.O.Box 77,
FIN-96101 Rovaniemi,
Finland
ph. +358-60-297 375
Fax:
E-mail:
8. The effect of deposition on the growth and damage of forests in Lapland
Prof. Pertti Hari
University of Helsinki,
Department of Silviculture/Forest Ecology,
P.O. Box 24,
FIN-00014 University of Helsinki,
Finland
ph. +358-0-191 77 00
Fax:
E-mail: Pertti.Hari@helsinki.fi
9.1. Scleroderris canker in Salla
Risto Jalkanen, DFor.
The Finnish Forest Research Institute,
Rovaniemi Research Station,
P.O.Box 16,
FIN-96301 Rovaniemi,
Finland
ph. +358 10 2111
 
E-mail: Risto.Jalkanen@metla.fi
9.2. Biochemical resistance of Scots pine to Gremmeniella abietina
Kirsti Airaksinen, MSc
The Finnish Forest Research Institute,
Rovaniemi Research Station,
P.O.Box 16,
FIN-96301 Rovaniemi,
Finland
ph.+358 10 2111
 
E-mail: Kirsti.Airaksinen@metla.fi
10. Chemical composition of Scots pine needles
Hannu Raitio, PhD
The Finnish Forest Research Institute,
Parkano Research Station,
Kaironiementie 56,
FIN-39700 Parkano,
Finland
ph. +358 10 2111
 
E-mail: Hannu.Raitio@metla.fi
11. Vitality of forest vegetation and changes taken place since 1950's in Lapland
Eeva-Liisa Jukola-Sulonen, PhD
The Finnish Forest Research Institute,
Department of Forest Ecology,
P.O.Box 18,
FIN-01301 Vantaa,
Finland
ph.+358 10 2111
 
E-mail: -
12. Growth analysis
Pekka Nöjd, MSc
The Finnish Forest Research Institute,
Department of Forest Production,
PL 18,
FIN-01301 Vantaa,
Finland
ph. +358 10 2111
 
E-mail:
14.1. Occurrence of stress and injury symptoms in eastern Lappish forests
Prof. Satu Huttunen
University of Oulu,
Department of Botany,
Linnanmaa,
FIN-90570 Oulu,
Finland
phone: +358-81-553 1527
fax: +358-81-553 1500
E-mail: Satu.Huttunen@oulu.fi
14.2. The effect of air pollutants on freezing stress resistance of forest trees
Marja-Liisa Sutinen, PhD
The Finnish Forest Research Institute,
Rovaniemi Research Station,
P.O.Box 16,
FIN-96301 Rovaniemi,
Finland
phone: +358 10 2111
 
E-mail: Marja-Liisa.Sutinen@metla.fi
14.3. The effects of air pollutants and other abiotoc and biotic factors on trees in Lapland
Sirkka Sutinen, PhD
The Finnish Forest Research Institute,
Suonenjoki Research Station,
FIN-77600 Suonenjoki,
Finland
ph. +358 10 2111
 
15.1. The effect of lichen ground vegetation on the moisture regime, nutrient leaching and nutrient status of the soil in Lapland
John Derome, LicFor.
The Finnish Forest Research Institute,
Rovaniemi Research Station,
P.O.Box 16,
FIN-96301 Rovaniemi,
Finland
ph. +358 10 2111
 
e-mail: John.Derome@metla.fi
15.2. The effect of lichen cover on soil biology
Rauni Ohtonen, PhD
University of Oulu,
Department of Botany,
Linnanmaa,
FIN-90570 Oulu,
Finland
ph. +358-81-553 1011
15.3. Measurement of temperature, snow and frost depth
Aulis Ritari, LicFor.
The Finnish Forest Research Institute,
Rovaniemi Research Station,
P.O.Box 16,
FIN-96301 Rovaniemi,
Finland
ph. +358 10 2111
 
15.4. The effect of lichen cover on the development of the frost hardiness of roots of Pinus sylvestris
Marja-Liisa Sutinen, PhD
The Finnish Forest Research Institute,
Rovaniemi Research Station,
P.O.Box 16,
FIN-96301 Rovaniemi,
Finland
phone:+358 10 2111
 
e-mail: Marja-Liisa.Sutinen@metla.fi
16. Air Quality in Lapland
Pia Anttila, LicSc
Finnish Meteorological Institute,
Air Quality Department,
P.O.Box 10,
FIN-00811 Helsinki,
Finland
ph. +358-0-758 1320

Version II, 17.11.1993, from Kari Mikkola

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