2014 IUFRO World Congress Call for Abstracts is Open – Deadline for Abstract Submissions is 15 October 2013 – submit your abstract at: <http://iufro2014.com/scientific-program/abstract-submissions/> http://iufro2014.com/scientific-program/abstract-submissions/.
The title of the Congress is "Sustaining Forests, Sustaining People: The Role of Research" and the seven scientific themes of the program are: Forests and People, Forests and Climate Change, Forest and Water Interactions, Forest Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, Forest Biomass and Bioenergy, Forest Products for a Greener Future, and Forest Health in a Changing World. Sessions will address these themes and more!
Keynote speakers include: Dr. Jack Dangermond (founder and President of ESRI GIS systems – Knowledge Discovery, Synthesis and Application: the Science-Management Interface) & Dr. David Haskell (Professor of Biology, University of the South - Knowledge Discovery, Synthesis and Application: the Science-Management Interface); Dr. Andy Buchanan (Professor of Timber Design at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand - Modern Timber Buildings from Sustainable Forests); Dr. Cecil Konijnendijk van den Bosch (Head of the Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management, University of Copenhagen - City Forests, Forest Cities – exploring the complex liaison between the sylvan and the urban); Dr. David Newbery (Professor for Vegetation Ecology, the Institute of Plant Sciences, University of Bern, Switzerland - On maintaining cycles and feedbacks in tropical forest ecosystems: some thoughts from basic research) and, Connie Hedegaard, to be confirmed (European Commissioner for Climate Action). Plus many more exciting and knowledgeable sub-plenary and technical session speakers.
Submit your abstract today to be part of this unique and exciting event!
The IUFRO 2014 Congress Scientific Committee
John Parrotta (Chair); Jens Peter Skovsgaard (Division 1); Yousry El-Kassaby (Division 2); Hans Heinimann (Division 3); Ron McRoberts (Division 4); Andrew Wong (Division 5); Tuija Sievänen (Division 6); Tod Ramsfield (Division 7); Alain Franc (Division 8); Jim Johnson (Division 9); Mike Wingfield (Vice-President, Divisions); Su See Lee (Vice-President, Task Forces, Special Programmes, Projects and IUFRO-led Initiatives); Lisa Hansen (International Forestry Students Association); Richard Guldin (ex-officio; COC Chair)
Please note that Session 55 is co-sponsored by Div 5 and is seeking contributions to collaborative research on aspects of sustainable plantation forestry.
55 Planted forests: meeting future global forest product needs sustainably
Organizers: Dave Cown (Scion, New Zealand) Jean-Michel Carnus (INRA, France), Tim Payn (Scion, New Zealand), João Palma (Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal)
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This session will examine the growing importance of planted forests and the potential for intensified production without adversely affecting the wider environment, and will focus on integrated or systems approaches recognizing the importance of interactions of all aspects of forest management.
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OZONE AND PLANTS
18-21 May 2014, Beijing, China
Organised by SKL, IUFRO RG 7.01, ICP Vegetation
Invited Speakers HAJIME AKIMOTO (Japan), LISA EMBERSON (UK), JAAKKO KANGASJARVI (Finland)
The deadline for -early bird registration and abstract submission is November 30, 2013
Priorities for forest adaptation to climate change and air pollution
Brussels, Belgium, October 29, 2013
Organised by COST Action FP0903
Representation of the Free State of Bavaria to the European Union in Brussels, Rue Wiertz 77, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Call for abstract at the IUFRO World Congress 2014 Technical Sessions
The Congress abstract submission site on the Congress website ( <http://iufro2014.com/> http://iufro2014.com/) has been open since early August, and will remain open until October 15th for submissions to all Technical and Sub-plenary sessions.
IUFRO RG 7.01 is organizing the following session within the theme Forest Health in a Changing World
Session 8 Modeling as a tool for improving the knowledge on forest vulnerability and risk exposure in a changing world
Session 14 Ozone and Forest Health
Session 85 Critical loads for nutritional nitrogen deposition: Progress and problems
Session 180 Air pollution as a factor affecting global forest health
Session 191 Monitoring emerging threats to forest health in North America across regional to national scales
Elena Paoletti, 7.01.00 Deputy Coordinator
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Istituto per la Protezione delle Piante