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Dr. Bruce Talbot

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Institution: Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute                              

Department: Forest Operations and Economics
Role in the Action: MC member, WG 3

Phonenumber: +47 94886791



Research interests related to EuroCoppice

  • harvesting systems
  • productivity analysis
  • bioenergy
  • wood supply
  • logistics


Publications related to EuroCoppice

  • Belbo, H. & Talbot, B. 2014. Systems Analysis of 10 Supply Chains for Whole Tree Chips.Forests 5 (9): 2084-2105.


  • Devlin, G. & Talbot, B. 2014. Deriving optimal biomass transport supply strategies in meeting co-firing regulations: A case for peat and wood fiber in Ireland. Applied Energy 113, 700-1709


  • Suadicani, K. & Talbot, B. 2010. Extracting and chipping hardwood crowns for energy. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. 25 (5) 455-461


  • Talbot, B. & Suadicani, K. 2005. Analysis of two Simulated In-Field Chipping and Extraction Systems in Spruce Thinnings. Biosystems Engineering 91(3): 283-292


  • Talbot, B., Nordfjell, T., Suadicani, K. 2003. Assessing the utility of two integrated harvesterforwarder machine concepts through stand-level simulation. International Journal of Forest Engineering 14(2):31-44.3


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