TreeDivNet is the largest network of biodiversity experiments worldwide. In total, over 1 million trees were planted in the 31 experiments on a total surface of ca. 900 ha.

An additional 67,726 trees were planted in 6 application trials on a total surface of 76.7 ha. These are managed at an operational scale for the forestry industry and provide added value for the knowledge transfer towards forest policy and management.

TreeDivNet provides a unique platform for research on the relation between tree species diversity and ecosystem functioning in major forest types around the world. For a detailed introduction to the network, read:

A complete list of TreeDivNet publications can be found here.

Contact the TreeDivNet with any questions for collaborative research here.