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Karin Hjelm

Senior researcher
(Associate professor)
Silviculture
Ekebo 2250
SE-268 90 Svalöv
karin.hjelm@skogforsk.se

Associate professor in forest regeneration. Research focus is on planting issues, such as effects of site preparation and various types of plant material on survival, growth and damage. Is deputy program manager in Skogsskötselprogrammet and program leader of the FRAS research program.

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Selected publications

Year Title Authors Journal
2020 Influence of mechanical site preparation on regeneration success of planted conifers in clearcuts in Fennoscandia – a review
Sikström, U
Hjelm, K
Holt Hanssen, K
Saksa, T
Wallertz, K
Silva Fennica
2019 Early growth of planted Norway spruce and Scots pine after site preparation in Sweden
Nilsson, O
Hjelm, K
Nilsson, U
Scand. J. For. Res.
2019 Effects of mechanical site preparation and slash removal on long-term productivity of conifer plantations in Sweden
Hjelm, K
Nilsson, U
Johansson, U
Nordin, P
Canadian Journal of Forest Research
2018 Comparison of different site preparation techniques: quality of planting spots, seedling growth and pine weevil damage
Wallertz, K
Björklund, N
Hjelm, K
Petersson, M
Sundblad, L-G
New Forests
2018 The demand of hybrid aspen (Populus tremula × P. tremuloides) on site conditions for a successful establishment on forest land.
Hjelm, K
Rytter, L
Silva Fennica
2018 Establishment strategies for poplars, including mulch and plant types, on agricultural land in Sweden
Hjelm, K
Mc Carthy, R
Rytter, L
New Forests
2018 Differences in Al sensitivity affect establishment of Populus genotypes on acidic forest land
Böhlenius, H
Asp, H
Hjelm, K
PLOS ONE
2017 Influence of climate and forest management on damage risk by the pine weevil Hylobius abietis in northern Sweden.
Nordlander, G
Mason, E.G
Hjelm, K
Nordenhem, H
Hellqvist, C
Silva Fennica
2017 Replanting conifer seedlings after pine weevil emigration in spring decreases feeding damage and seedling mortality.
Nordlander, G
Hellqvist, C
Hjelm, K
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research
2017 Effects of soil preparation methods and plant types on the establishment of poplars on forest land
Mc Carthy, R
Rytter, L
Hjelm, K
Annals of Forest Science
2017 Natural regeneration in a multi-layered Scots pine-Norway spruce forest in southern Sweden after target diameter harvest and soil scarification
Drössler, L
Fahlvik, N
Wysocka, N
Hjelm, K
Kuehne, C
Forests
2016 Scenario analysis of planting density and pre-commercial
Holmström E
Hjelm K
Karlsson M
Nilsson U
European Journal of Forest Research
2016 The influence of soil conditions, with focus on soil acidity, on the establishment of poplar (Populus spp.)
Hjelm, K
Rytter, L
New Forests
2016 Natural regeneration on planted clearcuts - the easy way to mixed forest
Holmström, E
Ekö, P.M
Hjelm, K
Karlsson, M
Nilsson, U
Open Journal of Forestry
2016 Pre-commercial thinning, birch admixture and sprout management in planted Norway spruce stands in South Sweden
Holmström, E
Hjelm, K
Karlsson, M
Johansson, U
Valkonen, S
Nilsson, U
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research
2016 Scenario analysis of planting density and pre-commercial thinning: will the mixed forest have a chance?
Holmström, E
Hjelm, K
Karlsson, M
Nilsson, U
European Journal of Forest Research
2016 Replanting conifer seedlings after pine weevil
Nordlander, G
Hellqvist, C
Hjelm, K
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research
2016 Effects of planting time on pine weevil (Hylobius abietis) damage to Norway spruce seedlings
Wallertz, K
Holt Hanssen, K
Hjelm, K
Sundheim Flöistad, I
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research
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