we would like to inform you that we are organizing the conference Tree
Rings in Archaeology, Climatology and Ecology (TRACE) 2013 in Viterbo,
Italy, 8-11 May 2013.
TRACE 2013, organized in conjunction with the Association for Tree-ring
Research (ATR, www.tree-ring.org), seeks to strengthen the network and
scientific exchange of scientists and students involved in the study of
tree-rings. It aims at presenting and discussing new discoveries and
approaches in the wide field of tree-ring science. The scope of the
meeting includes all fields of dendrochronology, such as tree-rings in
archaeology, climate, geomorphology, glaciology, fire history, forest
dynamics, hydrology, physiology, and stable isotopes.
The deadline for abstract submission is 24 March 2013.
All information available at: www.trace2013.unitus.it
With best regards,
The local Organizing Board
Gianluca Piovesan, Manuela Romagnoli, Alfredo Di Filippo
PS: we would be grateful if you could share this email with people you
think could be interested to participate. Thank you!
ALFREDO DI FILIPPO, PhD
Dept. of Agriculture, Forests, Nature and Energy (DAFNE)
Università della Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy
IUFRO Joint Meeting
WP 7.03.05 (Ecology and Management of Bark and Woodboring Insects) and 7.03.07 (Population Dynamics of Forest Insects)
Banff, Alberta, Canada
September 16 - 19, 2013
For more information visit:
Barbara J. Bentz
USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station
860 N. 1200 East
Logan, UT 84321
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We would like to draw your attention to the two approaching deadlines for the upcoming Biochar Workshop in Vienna:
The abstract submission deadline on 18th. March and
The workshop registration deadline on 25th. March!
Please find details and the provisional programme attached and on the FOREBIOM project website:http://www.oeaw.ac.at/forebiom/conference.htm
We are looking forward to your contributions and hope to see you in Vienna in April.
MSc Bojana Veselinovic
Scientific project assistant
FOREBIOM - Potentials of Biochar to mitigate climate change
Department of Forest- and Soil Sciences
Institute of Forest Ecology,
Univ.of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences
Peter Jordan-Strasse 82,
1190 Vienna, Austria