Books

Keto-Tokoi, P. & Kuuluvainen. T. 2014. Primeval forests of Finland: Cultural history, ecology and conservation. Maahenki. 301 p.

The book aims to provide a comprehensive treatment of the topic. Topics covered: Ecological characteristics and definitions of natural forests, primeval forests as a symbol of Finland, cultural and social values, structure and dynamics, evolution and species composition, history of exploitation and conservation, future prospects of primeval forests.

The photographic illustration is by award-winning photographers Ritva Kovalainen and Sanni Seppo.

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Jonsson, B.G., Kouki, J. & Kuuluvainen, T. (eds.). 2011. Northern primeval forests – ecology, conservation and management. Silva Fennica 45(5): 781-1150.

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Korpilahti, E. & Kuuluvainen, T. (eds.). 2002. Disturbance dynamics in boreal forests: Defining the ecological basis of restoration and management of biodiversity. Silva Fennica 36(1): 1-447.

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Jalonen, R., Hanski, I., Kuuluvainen, T., Nikinmaa, E., Pelkonen, P., Puttonen, P., Raitio, K. & Tahvonen, O. (eds.) 2006. Uusi metsäkirja [New forest book]. Gaudeamus. Helsinki. 382 p. In Finnish.

Kuuluvainen, T. Saaristo, L., Keto-Tokoi, P., Kostami, J., Kuuluvainen, J., Kuusinen, M., Ollikainen, M. & Salpakivi-Salomaa, P. (eds.). 2004. Metsän kätköissä – Suomen metsäluonnon monimuotoisuus [Hidden in the forest – biodiversity of Finnish forests]. Edita, Helsinki. 381 p. In Finnish.

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