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1: Introduction to Forest Monitoring.
2: Forest Monitoring: An Introduction.
3: Pan-European Forest Monitoring: An Overview.
4: Forest and Related-Ecosystem Monitoring in Acid Deposition Monitoring Network in East Asia.
5: Forest Monitoring Methods in the United States and Canada: An Overview.
6: Designing Forest Monitoring.
7: A Quality Assurance Framework for Designing Forest Monitoring Programs.
8: Concepts and Design Principles Adopted in the International Cooperative Program on the Assessment and Monitoring of Air Pollution Effects on Forests (ICP Forests).
9: Large-Scale Pan-European Forest Monitoring Network: A Statistical Perspective for Designing and Combining Country Estimates. Example for Defoliation.
10: Monitoring Methods for Above-Ground Vegetation.
11: Assessment of Tree Condition.
12: Tree Phenology.
13: Tree Growth Measurements in Long-Term Forest Monitoring in Europe.
14: Assessment of Visible Foliar Injury Induced by Ozone.
15: Tree Foliage: Sampling and Chemical Analyses.
16: Diversity and Composition of Plant and Lichen Species.
17: Litterfall—Biomass, Chemistry, Leaf Area, and Links with Wider Ecosystem Functioning.
18: Monitoring Methods for Soil.
19: Forest Soil: Characterization, Sampling, Physical, and Chemical Analyses.
20: Soil Solution: Sampling and Chemical Analyses.
21: Monitoring Methods for Atmosphere-Related Variables in Forests.
23: Atmospheric Deposition to Forest Ecosystems.
24: Methods for Measuring Gaseous Air Pollutants in Forests.
25: Methods to Ensure Monitoring Quality.
26: Quality Assurance in International Forest Monitoring in Europe.
27: Data Quality in Field Surveys: Methods and Results for Tree Condition, Phenology, Growth, Plant Diversity and Foliar Injury due to Ozone.
28: Data Quality in Laboratories: Methods and Results for Soil, Foliar, and Water Chemical Analyses.
29: Methods for Database Quality Assessment.
30: Reporting Forest Monitoring.
31: Forest Monitoring: Synthesis and Outlook.
32: Terrestrial Methods in Forest Monitoring: Toward the Next Generation?.