Further reading about continuous cover silviculture - short list

Davies, O. and Kerr, G. (2011). Costs and Revenues of Transformation to Continuous Cover Forestry (PDF-568K).  Report to the Forestry Commission by Forest Research.  Alice Holt Lodge, Farnham, Surrey, England.

Stokes, V. and Kerr, G. (2009). The evidence supporting the use of CCF in adapting Scotland’s forests to the risks of climate change (PDF-891K). Report to the Forestry Commission Scotland by Forest Research.  Alice Holt Lodge, Farnham, Surrey, England.

Kerr, G. (2008). Managing Continuous Cover Forests (PDF-6129K).   Forestry Commission Operational Guidance Booklet 7. Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.

Poore, A. and Kerr, G. (2009).  Continuous Cover Silviculture at the Stourhead (Western) Estate, Wiltshire, UK. Quarterly Journal of Forestry, 103:23-30. (Runner-up of Royal Forestry Society's James Cup in 2009).

Stokes, V., Kerr, G. and Ireland, D. (2009). Seedling height and the impact of harvesting operations on advance regeneration of conifer species in upland Britain. Forestry, 82:185-198.

Kerr, G. (2009). Silvicultural systems for tomorrow.  Continuous Cover Forestry Group Newsletter 29, 4-8. January 2009. www.ccfg.co.uk

Hale, S. and Kerr, G. (2009). Factors to consider when defining acceptable stocking levels for conifer regeneration in continuous cover forestry. Quarterly Journal of Forestry, 103(2):111-119.

Ireland, D. and Kerr, G. (2008). CCF Harvesting Method Development: Harvester Head Visibility (PDF-474K). Forestry Commission Technical Development Internal Project Information Note 10/08. Technical Development, Ae Village.

Hale, S.E. (2004). Managing Light to Enable Natural Regeneration in British Conifer Forests (PDF-100K). Information Note 63. Forestry Commission, Edinburgh. pp. 6.

Kerr, G. (2002). Uneven-aged silviculture: putting ideas into practice. Quarterly Journal of Forestry, 96(2):111-116.

Kerr, G., Edwards, C. & Mason, W.L. (2005). Successful CCF from 48p per year! Forestry and British Timber 34(1):16-20.

Kerr, G., Mason, W.L., Boswell, R., & Pommerening, A. (2002). Monitoring the transformation of even-aged stands to Continuous Cover Management (PDF-188K). Forestry Commission Information Note 45, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.

Malcolm, D.C., Mason, W.L., & Clarke, G.C. (2001). The transformation of conifer forests in Great Britain – regeneration, gap size, and silvicultural systems. Forest Ecology and Management, 151, 7-23.

Mason, W.L. & Kerr, G. (2001). Transforming even-aged conifer stands to Continuous Cover Management (PDF-88K). Forestry Commission Information Note 40, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh. 8pp. (revised version in 2004).

Mason, W.L., Kerr, G. & Simpson, J. (1999.) What is Continuous Cover Forestry? (PDF-81K)  Forestry Commission Information Note 29. Forestry Commission, Edinburgh. 8pp.