Dáil Éireann - Volume 489 - 31 March, 1998
Written Answers. - Recent Papers and Articles on the Benefits of Forestry
Cannell, M. 1995 Forest and the Global Carbon  cycle in the past, present and future, European Forestry Institute.
Duffy, B.L.; Halloran, J.; Kelly, T.; Marsh, P.; 1998. The breeding bird community of Balrath Wood, Irish Forestry Vol. 54 No. 2.
Giller, P.; O'Halloran, J.; Kelly, G.; Evans, I.; Clenegan, C.; Hernan, R.; Roche, N. and Morris, P.; 1997. An evaluation of the effects of Forestry on surface water quality and Ecology in Munster. Vol. 2, Aquafor.
Bolger, T, 1998. Studies of the fauna of monoculture. Studies on introduced trees. UCD ongoing.
Renewable Energy and Material
Mulloy, F.; 1998, Forestry and the environment, a sustainable prospect, Irish Forestry Vol. 54 No. 2.
Clinch, P. and Convery, F. 1995. Forestry and Recreation. Irish Forestry, Vol. 52 No 1.
Devane, C. 1998. Phosphorus requirements in Sitka Spruce and Lodgepole Pine. M. Agr. Sc. Study UCD.
Forestry and the Landscape
McCormack, Art, and O'Leary Thomas 1993. Classification of landscape sensitivity or visual impact assessment of forestry. Irish Forestry Vol. 50 No 1.
Riparian and Conservation
Patterson, G. 1993. The value of birch in upland forests for wildlife conservation. Forestry Commission Bulletin 109.
Scottish native woods, 1996. Why manage Riparian Woodlands.
Kearney, B. and O'Connor, R. 1993. The impact of Forestry on Rural Communities ESRI.
Ní Dubhgain, A. 1995. The impact of Forestry and Rural communities. Irish Forestry Vol. 52 Nos. 1 and 2.
This is a sample of recent papers. Many more studies on all aspects of forestry benefits can be found in the national and international literature, in COFORD research directories and at the universities.
Dáil Éireann 489 Written Answers. Recent Papers and Articles on the Benefits of Forestry