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16 Nov 2022


Papers published in peer-review journals:

  • Raffaele Spinelli, Natascia Magagnotti & Diana Tuomasjukka (2021). Rationalization of coppice management in Mediterranean Europe: the sustainability effects of changing product strategy and technology level, International Journal of Forest Engineering. doi: 10.1080/14942119.2021.1913710
  • Karvonen, J., Kunttu, J., Suominen, T., Kangas, J., Leskinen, P., Judl, J., 2018. Integrating fast pyrolysis reactor with combined heat and power plant improves environmental and energy efficiency in bio-oil production. J. Clean. Prod. 183, 143–152. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.02.143
  • Jasinevičius G., Lindner M., Verkerk P.J. and M. Aleinikovas (2017). Assessing impacts of wood utilisation scenarios for a Lithuanian bioeconomy on carbon in forests and harvested wood products and on the socio-economic performance of the forest sector. Forests 8(4):133. doi: 10.3390/f8040133
  • Suominen T, Kunttu J, Tuomasjukka D, Jasinevičius G, Lindner M. 2017. Trade-offs in sustainability impacts of introducing cascade use of wood. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 32 (7): 588-597.
  • den Herder M, Kurttila M, Leskinen P, Lindner M, Haatanen A, Sironen S, Salminen O, Juusti V, Holma A. 2017. Is enhanced biodiversity protection conflicting with ambitious bioenergy targets in eastern Finland? J Environ Manage [Internet]. 187:54–62. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2016.10.065
  • Tuomasjukka, D., Athanassiadis, D., & Vis, M. (2016). Research note: Threefold Sustainability Impact Assessment method expansion for renewable energy value chains. International Journal of Forest Engineering, 28:116–122.
  • Tuomasjukka, D., Martire, S., Lindner, M., Athanassiadis, D., Kühmaier, M., Tumajer, J., Spinelli, R., Dees, M., Prinz, R., Routa, J., Asikainen, A. (2016). Sustainability impacts of increased forest biomass feedstock supply – a comparative assessment of technological solutions. International Journal of Forest Engineering, submitted.
  • Jasinevičius G, Lindner M, Cienciala E, Markku Tykkyläinen M. “Carbon Accounting in Harvested Wood Products: Assessment Using Material Flow Analysis Resulting in Larger Pools Compared to the IPCC Default Method” Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2016. In press
  • Jasinevičius G, Lindner M, Tykkyläinen M. “Sustainability impact assessment of enhanced carbon storage in harvested wood products: scenario-based study in Lithuania”. 2016. In progress
  • Staffan Berg, Erik Valinger, Torgny Lind, Tommi Suominen & Diana Tuomasjukka (2016): “Comparison of co-existing forestry and reindeer husbandry value chains in northern Sweden”. Silva Fennica, Vol. 50, No. 1 article id 1384. doi:10.14214/sf.1384
  • Salvatore Martire, Diana Tuomasjukka, Marcus Lindner, Joanne Fitzgerald, Valentina Castellani (2015): “Sustainability impact assessment for local energy supplies' development – The case of the alpine area of Lake Como, Italy”, Biomass and Bioenergy, Volume 83, December 2015 , Pages 60-76, doi:10.1016/j.biombioe.2015.08.020
  • Jasinevičius G, Lindner M, Tykkyläinen M, Pingoud K. “Review of Models for Carbon Accounting in Harvested Wood Products” International Wood Products Journal, 2015
  • Haatanen, A., den Herder, M., Leskinen, P., Lindner, M., Kurttila, M., Salminen, O. (2014): "Stakeholder engagement in scenario development process – Bioenergy production and biodiversity conservation in eastern Finland", Journal of Environmental Management 135 (2014)
  • Tuomasjukka, D., Berg, S., Lindner, M. (2014): "Managing sustainability of Fennoscandian forests and their use by law and/or agreement: For whom and which purpose?", Sustainability 2014, 6(1)
  • Tuomasjukka D, Edwards D, Lindner M (2013). "A Concept for Testing Decision Support Tools in Participatory Processes Applied to the ToSIA Tool". Challenges 2013, 4 (1), p. 34-55. doi:10.3390/challe4010034
  • Rosén, K., Lindner, M., Nabuurs, G.-J., Paschalis-Jakubowicz, P., 2012. Challenges in implementing sustainability impact assessment of forest wood chains. European Journal of Forest Research 131(1), 1-5.
  • Päivinen, R, Lindner, M, Rosén, K, Lexer, MJ (2012) A concept for assessing sustainability impacts of forestry-wood chains. European Journal of Forest Research, 131(1), 7-19. doi:10.1007/s10342-010-0446-4
  • Lindner, M., Werhahn-Mees, W., Suominen, T., Vötter, D., Pekkanen, M., Zudin, S., Roubalova, M., Kneblik, P., Brüchert, F., Valinger, E., Guinard, L., Pizzirani, S., Päivinen, R. (2012). Conducting sustainability impact assessments of forestry-wood chains – examples of ToSIA applications. European Journal of Forest Research, 131(1), 21-34. doi:10.1007/s10342-011-0483-7.
  • Pülzl, H., Prokofieva, I., Berg, S., Rametsteiner, E., Aggestam, F., Wolfslehner, B., 2012. Indicator development in sustainability impact assessment: balancing theory and practice. European Journal of Forest Research 131(1), 35-46
  • Wolfslehner, B., Brüchert, F., Fischbach, J., Rammer, W., Becker, G., Lindner, M., Lexer, M.J., 2012. Exploratory multi-criteria analysis in sustainability impact assessment of forest wood chains – the example of a regional case study in Baden-Württemberg. European Journal of Forest Research 131(1), 47-56.
  • Berg, S., Fischbach, J., Brüchert, F., Poissonnet, M., Pizzirani, S., Varet, A., Sauter, U. (2012). Towards assessing sustainability of European logging operations. European Journal of Forest Research 131(1), 81-94
  • den Herder, M., Kolström, M., Lindner, M., Suominen, T., Tuomasjukka, D., Pekkanen, M., 2012. Sustainability impact assessment on the production and use of different wood and fossil fuels used for energy production in North Karelia, Finland. Energies 2012, 4870-4891.
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  • Edwards, D., F. S. Jensen, et al. (2011). A theoretical framework to assess the impacts of forest management on the recreational value of European forests. Ecological Indicators, 11(1), 81-89.
  • Lindner, M, Suominen, T, Palosuo, T, Garcia-Gonzales, J, Verweij, P, Zudin, S, Päivinen, R (2010) ToSIA – A Tool for Sustainability Impact Assessment of Forest-Wood-Chains. Ecological Modelling 221: 2197–2205. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2009.08.006
  • Palosuo, T, Suominen, T, Werhahn-Mees, W, Garcia-Gonzales, J, Lindner, M (2010) Assigning results of the Tool for Sustainability Impact Assessment (ToSIA) to products of a forest-wood-chain. Ecological Modelling 221: 2215–2225. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2010.03.020
  • Werhahn-Mees, W, Garcia-Gonzalo, J, Palosuo, T, Röser, D, Lindner, M (2010) Sustainability impact assessment of increasing resource use intensity in forest bioenergy production chains. Global Change Biology Bioenergy doi:10.1111/j.1757-1707.2010.01068.x
  • Valinger, E., Berg, S. & Lind, T. Reindeer husbandry in a mountain Sami village in boreal Sweden: the social and economic effect of introducing GPS collars and adaptive forest management. Agroforest Syst 92, 933–943 (2018).