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XXVI IUFRO World Congress: Call for Abstracts
XXVI IUFRO World Congress 2024
FORESTS AND SOCIETY TOWARDS 2050
Stockholm, Sweden; 23-29 June 2024
Congress website: https://www.iufro2024.com/
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Dear forest scientists and experts, dear IUFRO members, dear colleagues,
The Congress Scientific Committee (CSC) is pleased to announce that the Call for Abstracts for the XXVI IUFRO Congress in Stockholm, Sweden, 23-29 June 2024, is open and welcomes submissions of abstracts for presentations in sub-plenary, technical and poster sessions.
To submit your abstract, please take the following steps:
1. Consult the list of sessions at Call for Congress Abstract | IUFRO Stockholm 2024 (iufro2024.com)<https://iufro2024.com/call-for-congress-abstract>
2. Submit your abstract at Abstract Submission | IUFRO 2024 <https://www.appinconf.com/kas/Abstract?projectName=iufro2024abstracts>
A form for abstract submission is available online. You will be required to insert a title (max 150 characters), authors with their affiliation (the author presenting the paper or poster at the Congress must be designated as the Presenting Author), and text (max 350 words describing context, specific topic of the study, methods, main results, and conclusions in plain writing). No figures, tables or list of references should be added. Please note that abstracts may be submitted in English only.
Authors must select one of the following options: oral only; poster only; oral or poster. The session organizers will decide on the length of a talk, which could range from 2-3 minutes for flash talks to 15 minutes or more for regular talks. Please note that poster presenters will be given the opportunity to present their work orally (2-3 min) during moderated poster sessions. The Congress will feature only digital poster displays to ensure high visibility for poster presentations. Poster areas will be open and free to visit during the whole Congress.
Authors are limited to a maximum of two abstracts as presenting author, although an individual may be listed as a co-author on several abstracts. Abstracts not associated with one of the sessions in the list may be assigned to a general poster session. Session organizers will review the abstracts for scientific quality, topical significance and relevance to the Congress themes<https://iufro2024.com/iufro-world-congress-2024/forests-and-society-towards…> and to the particular session to which the abstract is submitted, and assign them as oral or poster presentations. You will be informed in due time about the type and length of your presentation.
Candidates for Best Poster Award<https://www.iufro.org/fileadmin/material/discover/honour-bpa.pdf> must apply online during the abstract submission process.
Abstracts will be accepted until 2 June 2023. Authors will be informed if their presentation is accepted by 30 October 2023. In order to remain in the programme, the registration deadline for Presenting Authors of accepted abstracts is 15 January 2024.
We look forward to your active participation in the design of the scientific program for the 2024 IUFRO Congress in Stockholm.
On behalf of the CSC
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IUFRO Headquarters, Marxergasse 2, 1030 Vienna, Austria.
I send you attached the first communication about the next conference of the Working Group 2.08.03 "Improvement and culture of Eucalyptus" that will take place in Uruguay on next November.
Soon we will be sending a new communication with more detailed information.
We hope to see you all in Colonia del Sacramento
Deputy Coordinator Unit 2.08.03
Please see the attached announcement of the Forest Genetics 2023 conference organized by the Canadian Forest Genetics Association and Western Forest Genetics Association.
Thanks and best wishes.
Om P. Rajora, Ph.D.
Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management
University of New Brunswick
PO Box 44000, 28 Dineen Drive
Fredericton, NB E3B 5A3, Canada
Telephone: (505) 458-7477
Please see the announcement of this important Forest Genetics meeting.
There will be a strong component of PNW Conifers.
*Keith JS Jayawickrama, PhD*
*Director, Northwest Tree Improvement Cooperative*
Forest Ecosystems and Society
Oregon State University
321 Richardson Hall
Corvallis, OR 97331-5752
*From:* Ukrainetz, Nicholas K FOR:EX <Nicholas.Ukrainetz(a)gov.bc.ca>
*Sent:* Friday, February 17, 2023 4:12 PM
*To:* Jayawickrama, Keith J.S. <keith.jayawickrama(a)oregonstate.edu>
*Cc:* Brian Barber (brian.barber(a)selectseed.ca) <brian.barber(a)selectseed.ca>
*Subject:* Forest Genetics 2023 Conference: July 10 to 14, British
Can you please forward this announcement to our IUFRO distribution list for
PNW conifers and anyone else that might be interested? I hope some will
attend. We are also considering a virtual option but haven’t released the
It should be a fun week!
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*Forest Genetics 2023:
*Discovery and Innovation in Changing Climates*
Vernon, BC, Canada | 10-14 July, 2023
Please join us for an exciting week in beautiful Vernon, British Columbia,
Canada for the Forest Genetics 2023 conference co-hosted by the Canadian
Forest Genetics Association (CFGA) and Western Forest Genetics Association
Call for Abstracts
We are now accepting abstracts on all forest genetics related topics for
oral and poster presentations.
Deadline for submission: *April 5, 2023*
Registration opens: *February 22, 2023*
Early bird Dealing: *May 18, 2023*
Program at a Glance
Our exciting program includes two days of scientific talks and poster
sessions, a field tour and a banquet. There is an optional pre-conference
tree seed workshop and a post-conference field tour. Check out the website
for all the details.
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Click here for a list of invited speakers
All students selected to provide an oral or poster presentation will be
eligible for cash prizes sponsored by the CFGA and WFGA.
W.B. Critchfield Award – WFGA prize for best oral presentation
Carl Heimburger Award – CFGA prize for best oral presentation
W.B. Critchfield Award – WFGA prize for best poster presentation
Gene Namkoong Award – CFGA prize for best poster presentation
Be a sponsor and have your organization recognized at the Forest Genetics
2023 conference. Our 2022 Virtual Student Symposium was attended by over
200 participants from 15 countries and we expect the same level of exposure
for this event. Don’t miss out!
See a list of our sponsors here
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Please distribute this to anyone that might be interested and post to
social media accounts. Thanks so much for your support and we look forward
to seeing you in July!
Brian T. Barber, RPF
Canadian Forest Genetics Assoc.
Nicholas Ukrainetz, PhD, RPF
Western Forest Genetics Association
Dear Division 2,
just a quick message to inform you that the session below is accepted for IUFRO 2024.
As it is inherently interdisciplinary (it actually covers several Div2 Research Groups and Working parties within, but also other Divisions), I reckon it should be of interest to many of you.
Multi-disciplinary approaches to the modelling of FGR resilience: there's more than genetics to Forest Genetic Resources
The monitoring and conservation of Forest Genetic Resources (FGR) rests primarily on indicators describing the genetic diversity of forest stands.These indicators are essential as they summarise at least some aspects of adaptive potential, and because populations with too low genetic diversity risk falling into an extinction spiral.
Notwithstanding the dearth of information that can be extracted from genetic data, this is likely to be insufficient to describe the short- and long-term capacity of forests to buffer the disturbances caused by drivers such as climate change and to persist in the long term.
Interdisciplinary research involving tree physiology, population biology, ecosystem ecology, evolutionary biology, and genetics, and resting on methods such as remote sensing, machine learning, and modelling is necessary to correctly assess all components of forest resilience. Ongoing research programs such as Horizon Europe-funded FORGENIUS and OptFORESTs aim at synthesising results from multiple research fields to identify which characteristics can drive forest resilience and vulnerability. In particular, it is essential to look closely both at plastic, short term, responses and evolutionary, long term adaptive capacity.
In this session we will hear from research and management actions based on multidisciplinary approaches to assessing and preserving forest resilience, and discuss their respective benefits and drawbacks, their complementarities, as well as their respective application ranges.
Unité de recherche Écologie des Forêts Méditerranéennes (URFM)
Phone: +33 4 32 72 29 56 - Mobile: +33 6 66 78 94 85
Domaine Saint Paul
228, route de l’Aérodrome
Site Agroparc - CS 40509
84914 Avignon Cedex 9 - FRANCE
Coordinator of the H2020 FORGENIUS project<http://www.forgenius.eu>
inrae.fr/écologie des forêts méditerranéennes
twitter @ittocsnavi - blog : https://ivanscottiforestpopgen.blog/
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