|Climate change may cause severe loss in the economic value of European forest land|
M Hanewinkel, DA Cullmann, MJ Schelhaas, GJ Nabuurs, ...
Nature Climate Change 3 (3), 203-207, 2013
|Plant functional traits have globally consistent effects on competition|
G Kunstler, D Falster, DA Coomes, F Hui, RM Kooyman, DC Laughlin, ...
Nature 529 (7585), 204-207, 2016
|Climate change and European forests: what do we know, what are the uncertainties, and what are the implications for forest management?|
M Lindner, JB Fitzgerald, NE Zimmermann, C Reyer, S Delzon, ...
Journal of environmental management 146, 69-83, 2014
|Climate change: believing and seeing implies adapting|
K Blennow, J Persson, M Tome, M Hanewinkel
PloS one 7 (11), 2012
|A review of decision-making approaches to handle uncertainty and risk in adaptive forest management under climate change|
R Yousefpour, JB Jacobsen, BJ Thorsen, H Meilby, M Hanewinkel, ...
Annals of forest science 69 (1), 1-15, 2012
|Assessing natural hazards in forestry for risk management: a review|
M Hanewinkel, S Hummel, A Albrecht
European Journal of Forest Research 130 (3), 329-351, 2011
|How does silviculture affect storm damage in forests of south-western Germany? Results from empirical modeling based on long-term observations|
A Albrecht, M Hanewinkel, J Bauhus, U Kohnle
European Journal of Forest Research 131 (1), 229-247, 2012
|An inventory-based approach for modeling single-tree storm damage—experiences with the winter storm of 1999 in southwestern Germany|
M Schmidt, M Hanewinkel, G Kändler, E Kublin, U Kohnle
Canadian journal of forest research 40 (8), 1636-1652, 2010
|A forest management risk insurance model and its application to coniferous stands in southwest Germany|
J Holecy, M Hanewinkel
Forest Policy and Economics 8 (2), 161-174, 2006
|Seventy-seven years of natural disturbances in a mountain forest area—the influence of storm, snow, and insect damage analysed with a long-term time series|
M Hanewinkel, J Breidenbach, T Neeff, E Kublin
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (8), 2249-2261, 2008
|Predicting constant decay rates of coarse woody debris—a meta-analysis approach with a mixed model|
J Zell, G Kändler, M Hanewinkel
Ecological Modelling 220 (7), 904-912, 2009
|Modelling and economic evaluation of forest biome shifts under climate change in Southwest Germany|
M Hanewinkel, S Hummel, DA Cullmann
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (4), 710-719, 2010
|Modelling the conversion from even-aged to uneven-aged stands of Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst.) with a distance-dependent growth simulator|
M Hanewinkel, H Pretzsch
Forest Ecology and Management 134 (1-3), 55-70, 2000
|Survival of Norway spruce remains higher in mixed stands under a dryer and warmer climate|
S Neuner, A Albrecht, D Cullmann, F Engels, VC Griess, WA Hahn, ...
Global change biology 21 (2), 935-946, 2015
|Alternative forest management strategies to account for climate change-induced productivity and species suitability changes in Europe|
MJ Schelhaas, GJ Nabuurs, G Hengeveld, C Reyer, M Hanewinkel, ...
Regional Environmental Change 15 (8), 1581-1594, 2015
|A neural network approach to identify forest stands susceptible to wind damage|
M Hanewinkel, W Zhou, C Schill
Forest Ecology and Management 196 (2-3), 227-243, 2004
|Are forest disturbances amplifying or canceling out climate change-induced productivity changes in European forests?|
CPO Reyer, S Bathgate, K Blennow, JG Borges, H Bugmann, S Delzon, ...
Environmental Research Letters 12 (3), 034027, 2017
|Modelling of forest conversion planning with an adaptive simulation-optimization approach and simultaneous consideration of the values of timber, carbon and biodiversity|
R Yousefpour, M Hanewinkel
Ecological Economics 68 (6), 1711-1722, 2009
|Economic aspects of the transformation from even-aged pure stands of Norway spruce to uneven-aged mixed stands of Norway spruce and beech|
Forest Ecology and Management 151 (1-3), 181-193, 2001
|Comparative economic investigations of even‐aged and uneven‐aged silvicultural systems: a critical analysis of different methods|
Forestry 75 (4), 473-481, 2002