The industrial forest plantations are the unique forest system that has been selected as a separate line of research, due to the importance it currently possesses in my research. In summary, it can be said that, together with the help of other researchers from ECSEN and other countries (Prof. Luiz C. Estraviz Rodriguez, from ESALQ, University of São Paulo, Brazil) we have been applying mathematical programming tools in order to propose different management models . Next, some publications are selected, not repeating those that have to do with sustainability, which have already been outlined in the corresponding line of research:
7a) Theoretical Aspects
Borges J.G, Diaz-Balteiro L., McDill M.E., Rodriguez L.C.E. (Eds.) 2014. The Management of Industrial Forest Plantations. Theoretical Foundations and Applications. Springer.
Belavenutti, P.; Romero, C.; Diaz-Balteiro, L., 2018 A critical survey of optimization methods in industrial forest plantations management. Scientia Agricola 75: 239-245.
7b) Industrial Forest Plantations in Spain
Diaz-Balteiro L., 2007. Letter to the Editor. Journal of Forest Economics13: 291-292.
Diaz-Balteiro L., Bertomeu M., Bertomeu M., 2009. Optimal harvest scheduling in Eucalyptus plantations. A case study in Galicia (Spain). Forest Policy and Economics 11: 548-554.
Bertomeu, M., Diaz-Balteiro, L., Gimenez, J.C., 2009. Forest management optimisation in Eucalyptus plantations: A multicriteria approach. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39: 356-366.
Diaz-Balteiro, L.; García de Jalón, S., 2017 Certifying forests to achieve sustainability in industrial plantations: Opinions of stakeholders in Spain. Forests 8, 502.
7c) Industrial Forest Plantations in Brazil
Diaz-Balteiro, L., Rodriguez, L.C.E., 2006. Optimal rotations on Eucalyptus plantations including carbon sequestration - a comparison of results in Brazil and Spain. Forest Ecology and Management 229: 247-258.