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Metla -
Finnish Forest Research
Institute

 

Metla Parkano -
Know-how on forests in Western Finland

 

Metla Oulu - Extensive networking in the rapidly developing Oulu district

 

Metla Vantaa -
Forest information for future needs

 

Metla Haapastensyrjä - The centre of forest tree breeding in Finland

     
 

Metla Joensuu - Enhancing forest and wood expertise in Eastern Finland

   

Metla Punkaharju - Building a future for the forest sector through genetic research and breeding of forest trees

   

Metla Joensuu -
Research Area of Forest Technology and Forest Energy

       

New forest and forest biomass based products and services

 

Forests and water (H2O)

 

Forests and Silviculture
in the future

 

Wood Materials and Products in the Development of Bio-Economy

 

ForestEnergy2020

       

Renewing wood product value chains and timber procurement solutions (PUU)

 

Wellbeing from forests (HYV)

 

Cost-efficiency and quality in silvicultural operations (MKL)

 

Functioning of forest ecosystems and use of forest resources in changing climate (MIL)

 

Safeguarding forest biodiversity – policy instruments and socio-economic impacts (TUK)

       

Forest Resource Information Systems and Forest Planning (MSU)

 

Production forestry in drained peatland (SUM)

 

Metla in charge of Finnish Forest Inventories since 1920 (NFI)

 

IUFRO Task Force 2007-2011
Forests and Human Health

 

LifeData 2011-2015 - LifeData improves the life cycle and
accessibility of environmental data

       

FutMon -project
Evolution of a European long-term forest monitoring system

 

Root research is producing
valuable information about
tree growth

 

Future of forest energy in 2030 - Metsäenergian tulevaisuus Euroopassa vuonna 2030

 

Finland’s first local forest programme completed alongside national heritage landscape

 

Metla – Expert in resources and technology of forest biomass supply

       

Genetic diversity is
conserved in gene reserve
forests and collections

 

Special forms of forest trees for landscaping

 

Vegetative propagation for enhancing bioeconomy

 

Multi-faceted Forest Planning Research

 

Research forests -
a gateway into forest research

 
 
 
 

Metla House – an Innovative Work Environment for Forest Researchers

 

International Forestry

 

Climforisk - How does climate change influence
forest growth and forest damages?

   

World Forest Society and Environment
WFSE

       

MULTI EFFORD
Karelia Enpi project

 

CBS FOREN project

 

The premises of finnish forestry

 

Finnish pine is an excellent sensor of environmental changes

 

Perspectives to recreation and nature-based tourism in Finland

         

Making Asian Forest Work for People and Nature

 

Making European Forest Work for People and Nature

 

Making Sub-Saharan African Forests Work for People and Nature

 

Making Latin American Forests Work for People and Nature

   
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