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Fulvio Di Fulvio joined the Ecosystems Services and Management (ESM) Program in August 2014 as a postdoctoral researcher on a scholarship given by the Kempe Foundation. His current research interests include the modeling and optimization of forest fuelwood procurement, in order to analyze the integration of forest biomass with the supply of other wood products and biomass from dedicated energy-wood plantations.
Dr. Di Fulvio obtained his PhD in Forest Technologies from the University of Tuscia in Italy. During his PhD he studied the potentials and procurement costs of small trees as energy-wood from forest thinnings in collaboration with the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). He then worked as a Post doc and as a Researcher at SLU in the Departments of Forest Resource Management and Forest Biomaterials and Technology, where he focused on analyses of innovative systems for fuelwood procurement from forest management, marginal lands and dedicated energy-wood plantations.
Last update: 05-AUG-2014
Leclere D, Obersteiner M, Alkemade R, Almond R, Barrett M, Bunting G, Burgess N, Butchart S, et al. (2018). Towards pathways bending the curve terrestrial biodiversity trends within the 21st century. IIASA
Kim H, Rosa IMD, Alkemade R, Leadley P, Hurtt G, Popp A, van Vuuren D, Anthoni P, et al. (2018). A protocol for an intercomparison of biodiversity and ecosystem services models using harmonized land-use and climate scenarios. bioRxiv: 1-37. DOI:10.1101/300632. (Submitted)
Deppermann A, Balkovic J, Bundle S-C, Di Fulvio F, Havlik P, Leclere D, Lesiv M, Prishchepov A, et al. (2018). Increasing crop production in Russia and Ukraine—regional and global impacts from intensification and recultivation. Environmental Research Letters 13 (2): e025008. DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/aaa4a4.
Abbas D, Di Fulvio F, & Spinelli R (2017). European and United States Perspectives on Forest Operations in Environmentally Sensitive Areas. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 33 (2): 188-201. DOI:10.1080/02827581.2017.1338355.
Di Fulvio F, Abbas D, Spinelli R, Acuna M, Ackerman P, & Lindroos O (2017). Benchmarking Technical and Cost Factors in Forest Felling and Processing Operations in Different Global Regions during the Period 2013-2014. International Journal of Forest Engineering: 1-12. DOI:10.1080/14942119.2017.1311559.
Di Fulvio F, Forsell N, Lindroos O, Korosuo A, & Gusti M (2016). Spatially explicit assessment of roundwood and logging residues availability and costs for the EU28. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 31 (7): 691-707. DOI:10.1080/02827581.2016.1221128.
Joelsson J, Di Fulvio F, De La Fuente T, Bergström D, & Athanassiadis D (2016). Integrated supply of stemwood and residual biomass to forest-based biorefineries. International Journal of Forest Engineering 27 (2): 115-138. DOI:10.1080/14942119.2016.1184955.
Bergström D, Di Fulvio F, & Nuutinen Y (2016). Effect of forest structure on operational efficiency of a bundle-harvester system in early thinnings. Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering 37 (1): 37-49. DOI:Innovative and effective technology and logistics for forest residual biomass supply in the EU (INFRES, FP7 311881).
Bergstrom D, Di Fulvio F, & Nuutinen Y (2015). Effects of harvested tree size and density of undergrowth on the operational efficiency of a bundle-harvester system in early fuel wood thinnings. In: Proceedings, 48th FORMEC Symposium 2015, 4-8 October 2015.
Fernandez-Lacruz R, Di Fulvio F, Athanassiadis D, Bergstroem D, & Nordfjell T (2015). Distribution, characteristics and potential of biomass-dense thinning forests in Sweden. Silva Fennica 49 (5): art. id 1377. DOI:10.14214/sf.1377.
Valin H, Peters D, van den Berg M, Frank S, Havlik P, Forsell N, Hamelinck C, Pirker J, et al. (2015). The land use change impact of biofuels consumed in the EU: Quantification of area and greenhouse gas impacts. ECOFYS Netherlands B.V.
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