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Institute of

WF Forestry

Peer-reviewed articles of Dr. Holger Weimar

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    Schier F, Iost S, Seintsch B, Weimar H, Dieter M (2022) Assessment of Possible Production Leakage from Implementing the EU Biodiversity Strategy on Forest Product Markets. Forests 13(8):1225, DOI:10.3390/f13081225

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    Saal U, Iost S, Weimar H (2022) Supply of wood processing residues - a basic calculation approach and its application on the example of wood packaging. Trees Forests People 7:100199, DOI:10.1016/j.tfp.2022.100199

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    Szarka N, Haufe H, Lange N, Schier F, Weimar H, Banse M, Sturm V, Dammer L, Piotrowski S, Thrän D (2021) Biomass flow in bioeconomy: Overview for Germany. Renewable Sustainable Energy Rev 150:111449, DOI:10.1016/j.rser.2021.111449

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    Glasenapp S, Fonseca M, Weimar H, Döring P, Aguilar FX (2021) Conversion factors for residential wood energy in the European Union: an introduction to harmonizing units of measurement. Renewable Sustainable Energy Rev 138:110491, DOI:10.1016/j.rser.2020.110491

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    Schier F, Morland C, Dieter M, Weimar H (2021) Estimating supply and demand elasticities of dissolving pulp, lignocellulose-based chemical derivatives and textile fibres in an emerging forest-based bioeconomy. Forest Pol Econ 126:102422, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2021.102422

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    Zimmermann K, Schuetz T, Weimar H, Dieter M (2021) Exploring controls of timber stock residence times in storage after severe storm events. Eur J Forest Res 140:37-50, DOI:10.1007/s10342-020-01310-7

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    Jochem D, Bösch M, Weimar H, Dieter M (2021) National wood fiber balances for the pulp and paper sector: An approach to supplement international forest products statistics. Forest Pol Econ 131:102540, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2021.102540

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    Schweinle J, Geng N, Iost S, Weimar H, Jochem D (2020) Monitoring sustainability effects of the bioeconomy: a material flow based approach using the example of softwood lumber and its core product epal 1 pallet. Sustainability 12(6):2444, DOI:10.3390/su12062444

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    Morland C, Schier F, Weimar H (2020) The structural gravity model and its implications on global forest product trade. Forests 11(2):178, DOI:10.3390/f11020178

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    Glasenapp S, Aguilar FX, Weimar H, Mantau U (2019) Assessment of residential wood energy consumption using German household-level data. Biomass Bioenergy 126:117-129, DOI:10.1016/j.biombioe.2019.04.020

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    Bösch M, Elsasser P, Rock J, Weimar H, Dieter M (2019) Extent and costs of forest-based climate change mitigation in Germany: accounting for substitution. Carbon Manag 10(2):127-134, DOI:10.1080/17583004.2018.1560194

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    Iost S, Labonte NT, Banse M, Geng N, Jochem D, Schweinle J, Weber SA, Weimar H (2019) German bioeconomy: economic importance and concept of measurement [online]. German J Agric Econ 68(4):275-288, zu finden in <> [zitiert am 03.12.2019]

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    Zimmermann K, Schuetz T, Weimar H (2018) Analysis and modeling of timber storage accumulation after severe storm events in Germany. Eur J Forest Res 137(4):463-475, DOI:10.1007/s10342-018-1116-1

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    Schier F, Morland C, Janzen N, Weimar H (2018) Impacts of changing coniferous and non-coniferous wood supply on forest product markets: a German scenario case study. Eur J Forest Res 137(3):279-300, DOI:10.1007/s10342-018-1111-6

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    Morland C, Schier F, Janzen N, Weimar H (2018) Supply and demand functions for global wood markets: Specification and plausibility testing of econometric models within the global forest sector. Forest Pol Econ 92:92-105, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2018.04.003

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    Bösch M, Elsasser P, Rock J, Rüter S, Weimar H, Dieter M (2017) Costs and carbon sequestration potential of alternative forest management measures in Germany. Forest Pol Econ 78:88-97, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2017.01.005

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    Jochem D, Janzen N, Weimar H (2016) Estimation of own and cross price elasticities of demand for wood-based products and associated substitutes in the German construction sector. J Cleaner Prod 137:1216-1227, DOI:10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.07.165

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    Janzen N, Weimar H (2016) Market coverage of the EUTR - what share of wood imports into the EU is covered by the EUTR? Drewno 59(197), DOI:10.12841/wood.1644-3985.C08.02

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    Jochem D, Weimar H, Bösch M, Mantau U, Dieter M (2015) Estimation of wood removals and fellings in Germany: a calculation approach based on the amount of used roundwood. Eur J Forest Res 134(5):869-888, DOI:10.1007/s10342-015-0896-9

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    Bösch M, Weimar H, Dieter M (2015) Input-output evaluation of Germany's national cluster of forest-based industries. Eur J Forest Res 134(5):899-910, DOI:10.1007/s10342-015-0898-7

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    Bösch M, Jochem D, Weimar H, Dieter M (2015) Physical input-output accounting of the wood and paper flow in Germany. Resources Conserv Recycl 94:99-109, DOI:10.1016/j.resconrec.2014.11.014

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    Janzen N, Weimar H (2015) What share of the wood imports into EU is covered by the EUTR? In: Jelacic D (ed) Wood processing and furniture : manufacturing challenges on the world market ; proceedings of scientific papers ; wood-based energy goes global . Dubrovnic: Forest Products Society, pp 27-34

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    Seintsch B, Weimar H (2012) Actual situation and future perspectives for supply and demand of hardwood in Germany. In: Nemeth R, Teischinger A (eds) The 5th Conference on Hardwood Research and Utilisation in Europe. Sopron: Univ of West Hungary Pr, pp 301-312

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    Dieter M, Englert H, Weimar H (2012) Wood from illegal harvesting in EU markets: estimations and open issues. Landbauforsch Appl Agric Forestry Res 62(4):247-254

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