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The WSL Fact Sheet (ISSN 2624-8069, digital ISSN 2624-8077) summarises key findings from WSL research and provides guidelines for best practice. The in-house series is aimed at forestry and nature conservation groups, authorities, schools and interested laypersons.

German editions are published in the series Merkblatt für die Praxis, French in the series Notice pour le praticien. Italian editions appear in free succession in the series Notizie per la pratica.


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In order to preserve stone pine forests as diverse habitats at the transition to the alpine zone under future climate conditions, an integrative approach is needed to protect biodiversity and the various functions and services provided by the forest, which include protection, utilisation and recreation.

WSL: fact sheet 72

The oak processionary moth is a moth native to Europe that develops mainly on oak trees. It attracts particular attention because the urticating (stinging) hairs of its caterpillars can cause allergic reactions in humans and animals.

WSL: fact sheet 71

Pine trees are an integral part of the forest landscape across Switzerland. In recent years, they have come under increasing pressure, not least due to new fungal diseases that have been introduced from abroad. In the course of these activities, numerous other needle diseases have been detected.

WSL: fact sheet 70