No image available

Eva-Maria Nordström

Guest Research Scholar

Agriculture, Forestry, and Ecosystem Services Research Group

Biodiversity and Natural Resources Program


Eva-Maria Nordstrom is a guest researcher with IIASA's Ecosystems Services and Management (ESM) Program.

Dr. Nordstrom received her master's degree in forestry in 2001 and her doctorate in 2010, both from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Umea, Sweden. Her PhD work focused on integrating methods for multiple criteria decision analysis into forest planning situations with conflicting values and multiple stakeholders. Her main scientific interest is in forest management planning and forest policy.

From January 2012 to October 2013, Dr. Nordstrom was a Postdoctoral Research Scholar (financed by the Swedish Kempe Foundation) with the ESM program. During this time she worked on scenario analysis for the forest sector concentrating on global and local analysis with special focus on Scandinavia and Sweden. Currently, Dr. Nordstrom is the focal point of ESM's ongoing collaboration with the Future Forests Program at SLU's Future Forests Program.

Last update: 04 MAR 2015


Nordström, E.-M., Forsell, N., Lundström, A., Korosuo, A., Bergh, J., Havlik, P. , Kraxner, F., Frank, S. , Fricko, O. , Lundmark, T., & Nordin, A. (2016). Impacts of global climate change mitigation scenarios on forests and harvesting in Sweden. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 46 (12) 1427-1438. 10.1139/cjfr-2016-0122.

Nordstrom, E.-M., Lundstrom, A., Forsell, N., Korosuo, A., Havlik, P. , Kraxner, F., Bergh, J., Lundmark, T., & Nordin, A. (2015). Impacts of global climate scenarios on forest management and harvesting in Sweden. [[Abstracts of the 17th IBFRA Conference, Towards a New Era of Forest Science in the Boreal Region]], 24-29 May, Rovaniemi, Finland (May 2015)

Kraxner, F. & Nordstrom, E.-M. (2015). Bioenergy futures: a global outlook on the implications of land use for forest-based feedstock production. In: the Future Use of Nordic Forests. A Global Perspective. Eds. Lindahl, E., Westholm, K., Lindahl, B., & Kraxner, F., pp. 63-81 Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. ISBN 978-3-319-14217-3 10.1007/978-3-319-14218-0_5.