Ian ShortForestry Researcher
- Broadleaf Silviculture Project
- EARTH Project
- ShortFor Project
- TranSSFor project: Transformation of Sitka spruce to CCF
- Ph.D.: Queen’s University, Belfast. “Outputs, Ecological Interactions and Bioeconomic Modelling of a Novel Silvopastoral System in Lowland Ireland.”
- M.Sc. by Research: Waterford Institute of Technology. “Farm Forestry: Agroforestry For Development.”
- B.Sc. Agroforestry, University of Wales, Bangor
- Hawe, J. and Short, I. 2016. Broadleaf thinning in Ireland – a review of European silvicultural best practice. Irish Forestry 73:25-64
- Sevillano, I., Short, I., Grant, J. and O’Reilly, C. (2016) Effects of light availability on morphology, growth and biomass allocation of Fagus sylvatica and Quercus robur seedlings. Forest Ecology and Management 374: 11-19.
- Short, I., Hawe, J., Campion, J. and Byrne, R. (2015). A review of stumping back and case study of its use in the rehabilitation of poorly performing pole-stage sycamore. Irish Forestry 72: 58-77.
- Short, I. and Campion, J. (2015) How remedial silviculture can improve poorly performing pole-stage broadleaves. Forestry & Energy Review 5(2): 14-16.
- Bravo-Oviedo, A. et al. (2014). European mixed forests: definition and research perspectives. Forestry Systems 23(3): 518-533.
- Short, I. and Campion, J. (2014) Coppice-with-standards: An old silvicultural system with new potential? Forestry & Energy Review 4(1): 42-44.
- Short, I. (2013) The potential for using a free-growth system in the rehabilitation of poorly performing pole-stage broadleaf stands. Irish Forestry 70: 157-171.
- Hawe, J. and Short, I. (2012) A review of the causes of poor performance in broadleaf plantations and possible remedial silvicultural systems. Irish Forestry 69 (1&2): 126-147.
- Short, I. and Hawe, J. (2012) Possible silvicultural systems for use in the rehabilitation of poorly performing broadleaf stands – Coppice-with-standards. Irish Forestry 69 (1&2): 148-166.
- Short, I. (2011). Tending and thinning of broadleaves: A simple guide to selecting quality trees. Forestry & Energy Review 1(2): 34-36.
- Short, I. (2010) Ash Tending and Thinning. Invited presentation. Guild of Irish Hurley Makers workshop: “The use of Irish ash for hurley production”, Hayes Hotel, Thurles, 5th July 2010.
- Short, I. and Radford, T. (2009). Tending and Thinning of Broadleaves. Invited presentation to the IFA, 18th June 2009.
- Short, I., Bulfin, M. and Radford, T. (2008) COST E42 Growing Valuable Broadleaves Silviculture Matrix: An Irish Example. Poster. (523 KB)
- Short, I. and Radford, T. (2008) Silvicultural Guidelines for the Tending and Thinning of Broadleaves. Teagasc
- Short, I., Radford, T. and Bulfin, M. (2007) BROADFORM – Silviculture of new broadleaved plantations: shaping, tending and thinning. Final Report. Submitted to COFORD.
- Short, I., Bulfin, M. and Radford, T. (2006) Formative shaping of broadleaf trees. Todays Farm 17(6): 26. (197 KB)
- Short, I., McAdam, J., Culleton, N. and Douglas, G. (2005) Establishment of a cattle/Quercus silvopastoral experiment in lowland Ireland. Mosquera-Losada, M R, Riguerio, A. and McAdam, J. (eds.). Silvopastoralism and Sustainable Land Management. CAB International. ISBN 0851990061. (996 KB)
- Short, I., Culleton, N., McAdam, J. and Douglas, G. (2005) Establishment of a silvopastoral agroforestry system in Co. Wexford. Agricultural Research Forum 2005. ISBN 184170384
- Kent, T. and Short, I. (2004) Agricultural Uses – Study Module. A self-study educational CD-Rom. Europeans Using Roundwood Innovatively and Sustainably (EURIS). Leonardo da Vinci Programme.
- Collier, P., Short, I. and Dorgan, J. (2004) Markets for non-wood forest products. COFORD, Dublin. ISBN 1902696409 (691 KB)
- Short, I. and Kent, T. (2004) Agroforestry: A land-use system with potential on Irish farms. 8th Institutes of Technology, Science and Computing Research Colloquium, 26th – 28th May, 2004.
- Kent, T. and Short, I. (2004) The perceptions of farmers to afforestation in Ireland. 8th Institutes of Technology, Science and Computing Research Colloquium, 26th – 28th May, 2004. [Oral presentation] (200 KB)
Directions to his office: Ashtown Food Research Centre.